In his televised briefing on Thursday night, President Rodrigo Duterte asked the Department of Education to implement a ‘staggered’ type of tuition payment in schools amid the COVID-19 pandemic in the country.
The tiny Christian minority in Jolo, Philippines – a majority-Muslim area in an overwhelmingly Catholic nation – has seen renewed energy in its churches now that its faith has been “tested by fire,” Monsignor Romeo S. Saniel, vicar administrator of the Vicariate of Jolo, told Breitbart News in an interview on Tuesday.
ROXAS CITY, Capiz, Sept. 20 (PIA) -- President Rodrigo Roa Duterte assured government support to rebel returnees. President Duterte led the decommissioning of 727 members of the KAPATIRAN and the demilitarization of 337 turned over firearms of the said group.
Chinese President Xi Jinping said China and the Philippines could take a "bigger step" in the joint development of oil and gas resources in the South China Sea if they can properly handle their dispute over sovereignty.
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MANILA, Philippines – President Rodrigo Duterte declared May 14, a Monday, as a special non-working holiday nationwide to allow voters to participate in the barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan (SK) elections.
DAVAO CITY, Philippines – President Rodrigo Duterte maintained on Sunday, April 29, that the Philippines will now ease its rules on rice importation for the sake of securing supplies of the Filipino staple food.
The recommendation to close Boracay from tourists for 6 months – or until October – came from the Department of the Interior and Local Government. The Department of Tourism and the Department of Environment and Natural Resources had also called for a "total" closure, according to Senior Deputy Executive Secretary Menardo Guevarra.