De Lima to Church: Stay silent and you will be irrelevant

De Lima to Church: Stay silent and you will be irrelevant

After the recent murder of a Catholic priest in Nueva Ecija, Senator Leila de Lima has lamented the alleged silence of the Church, saying that other sects would have denounced the killing immediately if the victim was from their ranks.

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Palace blasts EU anew for interfering with PH affairs

Palace blasts EU anew for interfering with PH affairs

Where are the 12,000 drug war deaths?

Malacañang hit back on Friday at the European Parliament for issuing a resolution urging the Philippines to stop its war on drugs, claiming it is marred by alleged extrajudicial killings and human rights violations. 

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SC affirms earlier decision junking De Lima’s bid to quash court arrest order

The Supreme Court on Tuesday affirmed its Oct. 10, 2017 decision dismissing Senator Leila De Lima’s bid to nullify the arrest order issued against her by a Muntinlupa court over drug trafficking allegations. With the same vote, an insider said the High Court dismissed the motion for reconsideration filed by the Senator.

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De Lima says fake news vs her being shared by pro-Duterte groups

Detained Senator Leila de Lima on Saturday accused groups supporting President Rodrigo Duterte of sharing fake news against her in revenge for her probe of the so-called “Davao Death Squad” when she was still chair of the Commission on Human Rights (CHR). De Lima stressed that Duterte has a long-standing grudge against her ever since she chaired the CHR in 2008.

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Aguirre: De Lima supporters may face contempt for calling drug charges ‘fake’

Aguirre: De Lima supporters may face contempt for calling drug charges ‘fake’

Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II on Saturday warned supporters of detained Senator Leila de Lima that they could be cited in contempt of court if they would continue calling her illegal drug charges “fake” and “trumped up.”

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