Ouster of PH from UN body sought over drug killings - Inquirer.net

A delegation of human rights and religious leaders sought the Philippines' ouster as a member of the UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) over the continued killings of drug suspects either in vigilante-style street executions or police operations related ...

Trump confirmed for Asean summit - ExpressNewsline

The Philippine government will never allow to be dictated by foreign entities on how it manages its internal affairs, Malacañang said Friday amid concerns raised by 39 member states of the United Nations regarding the number of deaths in the country's ...

A diplomatic test for Prayut - The Nation

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha, the world's only military leader heading a civilian government, will be leaving for the United States tomorrow. If the US press continues its barrage of criticism of their president, who has been under fire for playing ...

Palace confirms Trump's visit to PH in November - The Manila Times

Malacañang on Saturday confirmed that United States President Donald Trump will visit the Philippines in November this year. “We confirm US President Donald Trump's visit to the Philippines this November,” Palace spokesman Ernesto Abella said in a ...

The EU and the Philippines - Manila Bulletin

Trade Secretary Ramon Lopez and I led a Philippine delegation to the European Union (“EU”) in Brussels, Belgium, last week. We had extensive discussions with EU officials on a range of concerns from the drug war, to ISIS, to GSP+ and the FTA, to ...

Manila looks forward to Trump's visit in November - Malaysiakini (subscription)

The Philippines is looking forward to the visit of US President Donald Trump in Manila in November, Philippine Foreign Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano said on Saturday, adding the visit "affirms the strong partnership between the two allies", Xinhua news ...