Philippine Daily Inquirer (Philippines)
MANILA (Philippine Daily Inquirer/ANN) - A farce,” “f—king shit,” are among the cuss words that President Rodrigo Duterte has directed against the Catholic Church and its beliefs — sheer foulness that drips from his mouth and aimed against those he perceives to be standing in his way.
MANILA (Philippine Daily Inquirer/ANN) - Last week, soon after the monsoon rains stopped and floods receded, Metro Manila's streets were once again left littered with plastic cups, PET bottles, retail packaging, styrofoam, take-out boxes, etc.
MANILA (Philippine Daily Inquirer/ANN) - Five large Japanese financial institutions are supporting the Philippines’ upcoming $1-billion samurai bond sale, the first issuance without a guarantee.
MANILA (Philippine Daily Inquirer/ANN) - The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas on Wednesday raised interest rates for the second time in six weeks to help arrest rising prices of local goods and services that accelerated to a five-year high last month.
MANILA (Philippine Daily Inquirer/ANN) - The newly-signed Mental Health Act will help remove the social stigma against people with depression, anxiety, suicidal tendencies, and other mental health conditions, Philippine senators said on Thursday.
BACOLOD CITY, Philippines (Philippine Daily Inquirer/ANN) — President Rodrigo Duterte took some time off to relax with his friends in a private resort in Talisay City, Negros Occidental on Wednesday night.
MANILA (Philippine Daily Inquirer/ANN) - The Philippine government on Thursday said the passage of the Mental Health Law would make treatments for anxiety, depression and other mental health issues more affordable.
MANILA (Philippine Daily Inquirer/ANN) - President Rodrigo Duterte may have voiced out his opinions against the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) on several occasions but Malacañang said the Philippine government will not follow the move made by the United States government to withdraw from the council.
MANILA (Philippine Daily Inquirer/ANN) - Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque said that same-sex marriage may still be “too revolutionary” for the Philippines.