Difficulties in finding jobs and the tight economic situation in the country force Moro residents in Mindanao to pack up things and set foot abroad to find jobs.
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Students in Cebu City discuss with sectors on pressing issues about the Lumad and Moro people in Mindanao. (Alex D. Lopez/davaotoday.com)
Delegates of the Lakbayan of National Minorities stage a protest rally in front of PNP Regional Office in Cebu City on Wednesday, August 23 as they call on the government to stop political and drug-related killings related to the war on drugs. (More…) (Alex D. Lopez/davaotoday.com)
If indeed President Rodrigo Duterte has Maranao blood in his veins then he should consider ordering the troops to end air assaults and ground operations in Marawi, a Moro leader raised this challenge.
More than 300 Lumad and Moro delegates from Mindanao set their foot in this premiere city in the Visayas on Tuesday morning, Aug. 22, to join the nationwide patriotic journey dubbed as “Lakbayan of National Minorities 2017.”
More than 300 Lumad and Moro delegates from Southern Mindanao hit the major streets in Cebu City on Tuesday, August 22. They call for the lifting of martial law in Mindanao, the end to the war in Marawi, and the condemnation of the continuing attack on Lumad schools. (Alex D. Lopez/davaotoday.com)
Sectoral groups and church leaders meet in front of Cebu City’s port terminal on Tuesday, August 22, for a protest caravan called “Lakbayan of National Minorities.” (Alex D. Lopez/davaotoday.com)
More than 300 Lumad and Moro protesters from Southern Mindanao pass the Basilica of Sto. Niño, a major landmark in Cebu City. (Alex D. Lopez/davaotoday.com)
A group says high school students have become open targets for police brutality and vigilante kills, now that the Department of Education requires them to undergo random drug testing
Malacañang on Monday, August 14, condemned the ISIS-linked Maute group’s plan to use hostages as “human bombs” to attack government forces in war-torn Marawi.