Rodrigo Duterte

A Manila court found Ressa and former reporter Reynaldo Santos Jr. guilty of libeling a wealthy businessman.
Duterte tried to demonstrate his heterosexual bona fides by inviting several women onstage to kiss him.
Philippine officials first arrested Ressa, executive editor of Rappler, in February — among a series of attempts to stifle the site's reporting on Duterte’s war on drugs.
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Rodrigo Duterte also referred to the audience of female military and police as "crazy women."
Long a target of President Rodrigo Duterte, Ressa was arrested Wednesday in the latest attempt to silence her and her news site, Rappler.
Journalist Maria Ressa says she won’t be intimidated by the Philippine authorities after she was arrested for libel.
The controversial president says he told a priest that he snuck into his maid's room and "touched" her while she slept.
Duterte revoked the senator’s 2011 amnesty for a failed coup attempt and revived rebellion charges against him.
Typhoon Mangkhut, the strongest storm to hit the country so far this year, is forecast to make landfall early on Saturday.