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The Philippine National Police yesterday reported a downtrend in the number of policemen facing human rights violation cases across the country in 2015 and 2016 despite intense criticisms about alleged rampant abuses in the second semester of last year due to the war against illegal drugs declared by President Duterte.

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New People’s Army rebels operating in Santa Cruz, Ilocos Sur detonated an Improvised Explosive Device on the day they were celebrating their 48th founding anniversary.

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Finally, Azkals rediscover their bite vs Nepal

The Philippine Azkals believe there’s plenty of room for improvement despite ending a stretch of sluggish performances with a 4-1 romp of Nepal in Tuesday’s 2019 Asian Cup qualifiers third round opener at the Rizal Memorial Stadium.

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Cyclone leaves ‘war zone’ after hitting Australia

Towns were cut off and without power in northern Australia Wednesday after being pummeled by a powerful cyclone that washed battered yachts ashore and ripped roofs off houses in scenes compared to “a war zone.”

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National Security Adviser Hermogenes Esperon Jr. said yesterday that there is no threat from other nations on the sovereignty of the Philippines over Benham Rise.

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An alleged drug peddler tagged as one of the suspects in the gun-slaying of a policewoman was killed Monday night when he resisted arrest during a drug sting in Tondo, Manila.

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