#ThewRap: Videos you need to watch this week July 9-15, 2018

The Hague ruling anniversary, Duterte's 'Sorry God,' and updates on the Thai cave rescue










Dear Rappler readers,

Here are this week's big stories and their videos:

Former Foreign Affairs Secretary Albert del Rosario did not mince words at the second anniversary of the Philippines' South China Sea victory – he lamented that the Philippines has become "a willing victim" and "an abettor" of China, the “bully,” “grand larcenist,” and “international outlaw.”

President Rodrigo Duterte managed a qualified apology to God, especially his "all-forgiving" God during a dinner with religious leaders on Tuesday night.

The whole world rejoiced at the riveting saga of the Thai cave rescue mission, where all 12 boys and their football coach managed to make it out successfully with the help of rescue divers.

Below are the videos you shouldn't miss.

Del Rosario: PH 'a willing victim' 2 years after Hague ruling

'Before we can hope for help, we must first demonstrate that we are worth helping,' says former foreign secretary Albert del Rosario on the second anniversary of the Philippines' South China Sea victory

Duterte says 'sorry, God'

But the apology is qualified with the President saying he is sorry if the God he wronged is 'the same God' as his

Trump on Scottish golf course to wrap up contentious UK trip

A major anti-Trump rally happened in Edinburgh on Saturday

Thai boys were sedated, stretchered from cave in dramatic rescue

Video of the rescue is released by authorities who had until late Wednesday closely guarded the details of the seemingly unprecedented operation

Pacquiao beware! I'm going home with my belt, says Matthysse

Knockout specialist Lucas Matthysse is better than Pacquiao conqueror Jeff Horn, the Filipino's conditioning coach admits

[WATCH] Rappler Live Jam: Eto Na! Musikal nAPO! Cast

Mark Bautista and his castmates from the upcoming musical brings APO Hiking Society’s hits to life

[WATCH] Rappler Live Jam: Orange and Lemons

The beloved pop rock band is back – and they swung by the Rappler HQ!

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