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Authorities in the Philippines should drop all charges and release Senator Leila de Lima. She has been in police detention for 4 years now; an outrageous abuse of her basic rights, and emblematic of the Duterte administration’s oppressive rule.

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Nine children, some as young as two, have been rescued from an alleged child abuse ring in the Philippines after a tip-off from Australian authorities. #9News 

An administrative assistant in the University of the Philippines was arrested after allegedly engaging in an illegal numbers game inside the campus, but was later released after authorities found out the person was innocent.

Welcomed news that Filipino@AttyLeila  was acquitted of one of the bogus charges against her. Sen. Rubio reaffirms his call in urging Philippines authorities to respect Sen. de Lima's rights and drop all charges against her. #1KNotOK  #FreeLeilaNow 

@LeilasINQ  Re China's new coast guard law, Sta. Romana says Chinese authorities have given the assurance that they are not targeting the Philippines or any other country. | @LeilasINQ 

Nine children, aged between two and 16, have been rescued from a child abuse ring in the Philippines, thanks to a tip-off from Australian authorities. #9News 

Nine children, aged between two and 16, have been rescued from a child abuse ring in the Philippines, thanks to a tip-off from Australian authorities. #9News 

One of the Philippines’ 25 known cases of a highly contagious variant of the new coronavirus that causes COVID-19 has died, and health authorities are still looking for the source of infection. Read:

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One of the Philippines’ 25 known cases of a highly contagious variant of the new coronavirus that causes COVID-19 has died, and health authorities are still looking for the source of infection. | @dpazzibuganINQ 

Not even one fake COVID-19 vaccine should be able to enter the Philippines, a lawmaker says as she calls on authorities to intensify border screening efforts. More:

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It's 12:03 am, July 18, 2020, the feared anti-terror law has already taken effect in the Philippines. Human rights lawyer Edre Olalia tells Filipinos to be vigilant, to "stand our ground, call out the authorities and push back." | via @liannami 

Rodrigo Duterte's muzzling of the press in the Philippines could present a model for authorities in Hong Kong, where a sweeping new national security law is due to be imposed in coming weeks | Analysis by @jgriffiths 

Rodrigo Duterte's muzzling of the press in the Philippines could present a model for authorities in Hong Kong, where a sweeping new national security law is due to be imposed in coming weeks | Analysis by @jgriffiths 

Rodrigo Duterte's muzzling of the press in the Philippines could present a model for authorities in Hong Kong, where a sweeping new national security law is due to be imposed in coming weeks | Analysis by @jgriffiths 

Rodrigo Duterte's muzzling of the press in the Philippines could present a model for authorities in Hong Kong, where a sweeping new national security law is due to be imposed in coming weeks | Analysis by @jgriffiths 

Rodrigo Duterte's muzzling of the press in the Philippines could present a model for authorities in Hong Kong, where a sweeping new national security law is due to be imposed in coming weeks | Analysis by @jgriffiths 

President Rodrigo Duterte of the Philippines is expected to sign sweeping antiterrorism legislation that critics said would allow the authorities to classify government opponents as terrorists and detain people for critical social media posts

Philippines president gives authorities okay to shoot those violating coronavirus lockdown orders “Is that understood? Dead. Instead of causing trouble, I will bury you.”

WATCH: Volcanic lightning streaks through ash plume as the Philippines' Taal volcano spewed forth steam, ash and pebbles up to 10-15 km in the sky. Authorities say "a hazardous eruption" may happen within hours or days, prompting thousands to evacuate the area south of Manila.

At least 11 people dead and more than 300 treated in hospital after drinking tainted coconut wine in the Philippines, health authorities say. Victims all consumed lambanog, a drink popular during holidays and celebrations.

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