The wife of a soldier captured by communist guerillas early this month appealed for the release of her husband after 18 days of captivity.
Police are near completing the recovery of the 64 high grade cocaine bricks that snuck into the city last March as two more bricks were surrendered to authorities over the Holy Week.
The National Democratic Front and a Protestant church formation in Mindanao want a stop on large-scale mining and military activities in indigenous areas such as in Talaingod, Davao del Norte. They also asked for the resumption of peace talks.
The New People’s Army said they burned heavy equipment in two of the biggest foreign mining investments in Mindanao last week, including one co-owned by the fourth richest Filipino tycoon.
The Traffic Management Center (TMC) will put up an outpost on top of a high point near Barangay Langub, Davao City as an added measure to curb rising cases of vehicular accidents in the area.