Philippine Daily Inquirer (Philippines)

MANILA (Philippines Daily Inquirer/ANN) - The lives of 13 policemen accused of pilfering and selling a huge amount of “shabu” (crystal meth) that they confiscated during a sting operation in Pampanga province six years ago could be in danger.

LAGUNA, Philippines (Philippine Daily Inquirer/ANN) - Giant effigies of national hero Jose Rizal in black suit, boxing champion and senator Manny Pacquiao in a pair of red boxing jerseys and Miss Universe titleholders Pia Wurtzbach and Catriona Gray strutted down the streets of Seoul last week.

MANILA (Philippine Daily Inquirer/ANN) - The Supreme Court has opted to release the findings of the initial recount of votes for Vice President Leni Robredo and losing candidate Ferdinand Marcos Jr.

SEOUL (Philippine Daily Inquirer/ANN) - Government officials, ambassadors, youth representatives, multicultural families, performers, and media professionals from Asean member countries and South Korea will board a train and travel around the East Asian country to foster mutual understanding, and strengthen bilateral relations.

MANILA (Philippine Daily Inquirer/ANN) - There’s a lot to celebrate about the triumphs of Carlos Yulo and Nesthy Petecio in the world stage very recently.

MANILA (Philippine Daily Inquirer/ANN) - The International Monetary Fund (IMF) further cut its 2019 growth projection for the Philippines to 5.7 per cent.

MANILA (Philippines Daily Inquirer/ANN) - If President Rodrigo Duterte allowed former Philippine National Police chief Gen. Oscar Albayalde to go scot-free despite damaging evidence linking him to “recycling” confiscated drugs, it would be a “national disappointment”.

SUBIC BAY FREEPORT, Philippines (Philippine Daily Inquirer/ANN) - Two Indonesian Navy warships carrying 260 personnel arrived here on Tuesday morning for a four-day goodwill visit.

MANILA (Philippine Daily Inquirer/ANN) - We’ve had a long history of efforts to rehabilitate and reforest denuded forest lands, after having wantonly decimated much of it over the past century.

MANILA (Philippine Daily Inquirer/ANN) - Mexico is the second most dangerous country in the world to practice journalism, second only to Syria, which is in a war.