Cayetano: Rights group linked with opposition responsible for bad perception on drug war - GMA News

GMA NewsCayetano: Rights group linked with opposition responsible for bad perception on drug warGMA NewsForeign Affairs Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano has claimed that a human rights group associated with the political opposition is responsible for the negative perception against the administration's war on drugs. Cayetano did not name the human rights ...and more »

All suspects killed in police ops were drug dealers, says Cayetano - Philippine Star

Philippine StarAll suspects killed in police ops were drug dealers, says CayetanoPhilippine StarIn an interview with Al Jazeera, Philippine Foreign Affairs Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano defended anew President Rodrigo Duterte's drug war by making a sweeping claim that all 3,800 people killed under the deadly crackdown were all drug dealers ...and more »

TRANSCRIPT: Al Jazeera host grills Cayetano on drug war - Rappler

RapplerTRANSCRIPT: Al Jazeera host grills Cayetano on drug warRapplerDRUG WAR. Journalist Mehdi Hasan grills Foreign Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano on the war on drugs. Screenshot from Al Jazeera's youtube page. MANILA, Philippines – Al Jazeera host and award-winning British journalist Mehdi Hasan grilled Philippine ...and more »

Cayetano amid 'negative' perception on Duterte: Pinoys prouder now more than ever - GMA News

GMA NewsCayetano amid 'negative' perception on Duterte: Pinoys prouder now more than everGMA NewsForeign Affairs Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano has said Filipinos are much prouder now despite the supposed negative perception on President Rodrigo Duterte in the international community. "Filipinos are prouder now more than ever," Cayetano told Al ...and more »

A global disgrace - Bulatlat

BulatlatA global disgraceBulatlatPresident Rodrigo Duterte has expressed his displeasure over the continuing attention being paid by various groups and organizations such as Amnesty International and other human rights groups and the United Nations, to the extrajudicial killings (EJKs ...and more »

Philippines will distance itself from North Korea - Anadolu Agency

Anadolu AgencyPhilippines will distance itself from North KoreaAnadolu AgencyThe head of the Philippines' Foreign Affairs on Friday said there's no room for comfort in the face of an escalating nuclear threat, reiterating the country's decision to distance itself from North Korea. Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano's reiteration ...and more »

All 3800 killed by PNP were drug dealers – Cayetano - Rappler

RapplerAll 3800 killed by PNP were drug dealers – CayetanoRapplerWAR ON DRUGS. Foreign Affairs Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano defends the Duterte administration's war on drugs during an Al Jazeera interview. Screen grab from Al Jazeera's YouTube video. MANILA, Philippines – Contradicting the Philippine National ...and more »

WATCH: Philippine Foreign Minister Alan Peter Cayetano appeared at Al Jazeera UpFront - Negros Chronicle

Negros ChronicleWATCH: Philippine Foreign Minister Alan Peter Cayetano appeared at Al Jazeera UpFrontNegros ChronicleAt Al Jazeera UpFront hosted by Mehdi Hasan, the Philippine Foreign Minister Alan Peter Cayetano was interviewed about President Rodrigo Duterte's drug war, and the government's approach to ISIL and foreign policy challenges. WATCH the full interview ...and more »

Cayetano on suspending NoKor relations: No room for comfort - ABS-CBN News

ABS-CBN NewsCayetano on suspending NoKor relations: No room for comfortABS-CBN NewsThere is no room for comfort in the face of an escalating nuclear threat, Foreign Affairs Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano said Friday, reiterating the Philippines' decision to distance itself from North Korea. Speaking to Al Jazeera English "UpFront ...and more »

Nanlaban lahat? Cayetano defends drug war deaths - ABS-CBN News

ABS-CBN NewsNanlaban lahat? Cayetano defends drug war deathsABS-CBN NewsIn an interview with Mehdi Hasan, Philippine Foreign Minister Alan Peter Cayetano defends the Duterte government's brutal drug war. Watch the full episode on October 6 at 19:30 GMT. 4.2K. 1.7K · 6.2K. All of the 3,800 people killed so far in police ...and more »