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President Rodrigo Duterte personally honored the six soldiers of the army killed in a clash with rebels of the New People’s Army in Borongan, Eastern Samar. At Camp General Vicente Lukban in Catbalogan City, they were given the Order of Lapu-Lapu, Class of Kalasag, posthumously. Rex Jadulco, Sergeant Ronaldo Go, Sergeant Limar Banug, Corporal Junmar Buranday, Corporal Kent Lloyd Agullo, and Private First Class Charlie del Rosario named the soldiers

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The National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO) deployed over 4,000 police officers to key terminals and cemeteries in Metro Manila two days before the predicted evacuation of passengers for the All Saints and All Souls Day holidays. Sinas said police are working closely with other stakeholders to ensure public safety during the holidays, including the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) and the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA). He agreed that

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The Philippine National Police (PNP) and NCPRI led the destruction of counterfeit and pirated products estimated at P80.2 million in Camp Crame, Quezon City. PNP Police Officer-in-Charge Lieutenant General Archie Francisco Gamboa and Deputy Director-General Teodoro Pascua’s Intellectual Property Office of the Philippines were present when the falsified products were destroyed. Tractor rollers flattened the falsified products like luxury luggage, boots, food seasoning, shampoo, lotion, and high-value watches. Pascua acknowledged

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Philippine National Police (PNP) chief Police General Oscar Albayalde on Wednesday denied the claim of Baguio City Mayor Benjamin Magalong Jr. regarding the “selective cleansing” in the police force. In an interview on Dobol B sa News TV, Albayalde explained that the policemen who were supposedly involved in the reselling of seized drugs in Pampanga in 2013 were never favored. Albayalde noted that Magalong’s claim on selective justice in the

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The Philippine National Police (PNP) had recalled Chief Aaron Aquino’s Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) safety escorts but restored them after Aquino appealed to Chairman Rodrigo Duterte. PDEA spokesman Derrick Carreon said on September 18 that the PNP Police Regional Office 3 (PRO3) recalled the security details of Aquino. PNP recalled Aquino’s safety team to use them to prepare for the Southeast Asian Games, according to Carreon. Aquino later discovered,

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The Bureau of Corrections (BuCor) will release inmates who have surrendered under the ultimatum of President Rodrigo Duterte despite not having been convicted of horrible offences The DOJ reported that 2,221 convicts had surrendered, 1,985 of whom were in the domestic prison while 236 were in police custody. The figure exceeds the BuCor information showing that since 2014 only 1,914 heinous-crime convicts have been released under the GCTA law. The


Unscrupulous cops recycle illegal drugs seized during narcotics operations, the head of the agency responsible for leading President Rodrigo Duterte’s drug war said Monday, in a stunning admission that could again raise doubts about the credibility of the government’s drug war. Several sources have confirmed that unscrupulous anti-narcotics agents use seized illegal drugs either to sell them or to use them as evidence planted in false operations. He said that


MANILA- The Philippine National Police assured Filipinos Monday that, despite a spate of killings in the area, the security situation on Negros Island was “under control.” Brig. Gen. Bernard Banac, PNP spokesman, allayed safety issues in Negros, stating that there is nothing to worry about. Negros Oriental’s condition is under control. There’s nothing to worry about from our countrymen. They can continue their ordinary life, their livelihoods and their tourism.)he


The Philippine National Police (PNP) voiced approval for President Rodrigo Duterte’s call to re-impose the death penalty for drug and plunder offenses. The PNP completely supports the national government’s legislative agenda for efficient legislation that will add more teeth to the crusade against crime, drugs, and , including by imposing capital punishment for drug-related heinous crime and plunder. Albayalde stated that this step could be a “game-changer” in the government’s


The government can produce a report on President Rodrigo Duterte’s war on drugs and give a copy to the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC), but not allow a UN investigation of the thousands of killings in the crackdown on narcotics, Sen. Panfilo Lacson said. The sentaor stated that they can produce a comprehensive report on what the lowdown really is, what is happening in our drug war and we