Journalist and her Rappler news site are facing multiple legal cases over coverage of Duterte and his war on drugs.
Al Jazeera speaks to Maria Ressa, investigative journalist and co-recipient of the 2021 Nobel Peace Prize.
Not eligible to run again for top job, Philippine president backs out of a plan to run for vice president in 2022 polls.
Philippine Vice President Leni Robredo seen as the ‘real opposition candidate’ in the race to replace Duterte in 2022.
Philippine president says global body a ‘product of an era long past’ while appearing to brush off ICC probe.
Hague-based court says ‘specific legal element of the crime against humanity of murder’ met in Philippine crackdown.
Sara Duterte-Carpio says she has a deal with her father that only one of them would be on a presidential ticket in 2022.
Visiting Forces Agreement, which the Philippine president planned to cancel, is a key part of the two countries’ ties.
Philippine president’s last State of the Nation address on Monday comes amid a pandemic that has killed more than 27,000
Families of victims have until August 13 to submit to The Hague more documents detailing alleged rights abuses.
Fatou Bensouda says there is basis to believe ‘the crime against humanity of murder’ committed in president’s drug war.
Philippine president says Manila owes Beijing ‘debt of gratitude’ but also says country’s sovereignty non-negotiable.
Philippine president, who has not been vaccinated against COVID-19, resumes weekly address to dismiss health rumours.
Human rights office urges thorough investigation into killings which came days after ‘shoot-on-sight’ order issued.