INTERNAL cleansing and intensified campaign against illegal drugs were identified by Chief Superintendent Romulo Sapitula, Police Regional Office (PRO)-Ilocos director, as among his top priorities for 2018.
CEBU. A vendor selling hats on the street during the Sinulog grand parade Sunday, January 21, 2018. (Kevin A. Lagunda/SunStar Cebu)
BACOLOD. Candles were lighted by journalists and members of militant organizations in a gathering at the Bacolod City Fountain of Justice last night to echo the protest on ‘attacks’ against press freedom. (Glazyl Y. Masculino Photo)
CORDILLERA. Newly-installed Police Regional Office-Cordillera director Chief Sperintendent Edward Carranza (right) escorted by Chief Sperintendent R'win Pagkalinawan troop the line at Camp Bado Dangwa, in La Trinidad, Benguet. (Milo Brioso)
PAMPANGA. Health Secretary Francisco Duque III shows the Dengue Immunization identification cards which will be distributed to Dengvaxia vaccine recipients in the country during a press conference in the City of San Fernando, Pampanga on Friday, January 19, 2018. (Princess Clea Arcellaz)
ZAMBOANGA. A PDEA agent lists down the illegal drugs and other items seized from seven high-value target drug personalities arrested on Thursday, January 18, in Zamboanga City.
PNP chief Ronald dela Rosa (SunStar File Photo)
BACOLOD. Senior Supt. Francisco Ebreo (2nd from left), officer-in-charge of Bacolod City Police Office, together with Pagcor-Bacolod branch manager Rafael Paterno Jr. (3rd from right), places a sign at the entrance of Casino Filipino on Thursday, reminding government employees they are prohibited from engaging in gambling in line with Memorandum Circular No. 6 issued by President Rodrigo Duterte. (Bacolod City Police Office Photo)
BACOLOD. A photo of Araneta-Magsaysay flyover taken during the inauguration last month. (SunStar File Photo)
DAVAO. Gidali og tabang sa kabomberohan ang sunog nga nagsugod sa likod nga bahin sa hardware sa dalang Ramon Magsaysay Avenue, siyudad sa Davao, kagahapon. (Mark Perandos)
MANILA. The Overseas Filipino Bank is located at the Postbank Center in Manila. (Ruth Abbey Gita/SunStar Philippines)