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Investigators Say Philippine Police Murdered Teenager and Planted Evidence on His Body - TIME

The Philippine National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) on Friday recommended murder charges against four police officers who killed a 17-year-old boy and allegedly planted evidence on his corpse, in a case that has galvanized opposition to President ...and more »

De Lima says President misrepresented PH, French laws - Inquirer.net

In hurling invectives against United Nations Special Rapporteur on summary killings, President Rodrigo Duterte did not only misrepresent the French law but also the Philippine law, Sen. Leila de Lima said on Saturday. “He misrepresented that our penal ...and more »

French chargè d' affaires: Franco-PH ties remain strong - InterAksyon

Relations between the Philippines and France remain strong amid the hubbub over President Rodrigo Duterte's casual take on French criminal law, the Chargè D' Affaires of the French embassy in Manila Laurent Legodec assured Wednesday, August 31.and more »

France reacts to Duterte assertion on presumption of innocence - FRANCE 24

The French Embassy said Wednesday that Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte was wrong when he said laws in France presume a person guilty until proven innocent. "We have to point out that, as in the Philippines, the presumption of innocence until ...and more »

Philippines To Ramp Up Crackdown On 'Fake News' - The Daily Caller

Filipino President Rodrigo Duterte reportedly signed a bill Tuesday that will lead to higher penalties for citizens that commit a number of varying crimes, including publishing what the country's government considers “fake news.” The legislation, known ...and more »

Is it Just a War Against Drugs or a Holocaust in the Philippines? - NewsClick

Since President Rodrigo Duterte came to power in the Philippines in June of last year, he has waged a so called war on drugs which has claimed over 7,000 lives till March 2017. Everyone, from the local media to the Human Rights Watch and international ...and more »

Duterte approves law penalizing creators of fake news - Philippine Canadian Inquirer

FILE: As President Rodrigo Duterte on August 29 signed into law Republic Act 10951, higher fines will be charged to a person who found guilty of “unlawful use of means of publication and unlawful utterances”, which might affect public order. (Malacañan ...and more »

Philippine president approves law penalizing fake news peddlers - Global Times

Source:Xinhua Published: 2017/9/1 16:49:22 ?Share. Spreading fake news in the Philippines is now a crime and anybody proven to spread false news can be locked up in jail for up to six months and fined up to 200,000 pesos (3,909 US dollars), according ...and more »