• SURVEILLANCE

    A police officer of the Davao City Police Office is taking a photo and name of a protester they hold a short program during the 49th Martial Law commemoration rally in Freedom Park, Roxas Avenue.

  • PRIESTLY ADVICE

    In his Aug. 23, 2021 letter addressed to the archdiocese’s clergy, religious workers and faithful, Archbishop Jose Cabantan asserts that getting the COVID-19 vaccination is “morally acceptable” (Jigger Jerusalem/davaotoday.com).

  • LIVING REMINDER

    Manobo leaders plant a tree as a marker of their plight as evacuees in Haran, where they have sought refuge since 2014. On August 8, the remaining families in Haran went back to their communities in Talaingod, Davao del Norte. (Kath M. Cortez/davaotoday.com)

  • SONA PROTEST

    Police personnel confront protesters for staging a rally despite the ban of social gatherings in the city due to the pandemic on Monday, July 26 – the day of President Rodrigo Duterte’s final state of the nation address. Progressive groups conducted a short program in various areas of the city to condemn the failures of the Duterte administration in the last five years

  • NO DELIVERIES

    Around 300 Food Panda delivery riders stage a motorcade protest at Roxas Avenue on Thursday, July 15, 2021 against their company due to unfair labor. Among the issues they raise are the sudden termination of work, discrepancies in the computation of percentage per delivery and the call for salary increase.

  • HOMECOMING

    The first batch of the remains of soldiers from Northern Mindanao and Caraga regions who perished in the crash of the C-130 military cargo plane in Sulu arrive at the Lumbia Airport, in Brgy Lumbia, Cagayan de Oro City on Wednesday, July 7 where they received traditional military honors.

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