A guard opens a door at the office of Rappler in Pasig, Metro Manila. Photo: Reuters

Philippine news site Rappler has criticised President Rodrigo Duterte – it will now face tax evasion charges

  • Press watchdogs have criticised the government actions as payback for coverage that challenges Duterte’s crackdown on drugs
  • Rappler described the case as ‘a clear form of continuing intimidation and harassment’ as well as ‘an attempt to silence reporting’
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A guard opens a door at the office of Rappler in Pasig, Metro Manila. Photo: Reuters
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