A leading member of the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) in Mindanao was killed in an encounter in Mabini, Davao de Oro last week.
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With the slow action of government in response to survivors of Typhoon Odette, lawmakers from Mindanao urged the passage of laws that will create a department focused on disaster response and to build permanent evacuation centers.
Personnel from the Phil. Coast Guard District Northern Mindanao rescue stranded residents living along or near the flooded Bitan-ag Creek in Cagayan de Oro as Typhoon Odette makes landfall in Mindanao Thursday afternoon, Dec. 16. (Jigger Jerusalem/davaotoday.com)
Residents fear such events become a super spreader for the COVID-19 especially with news of a new omicron variant.
“I am just one of the many teachers who are victims of human rights violations and attacks on academic freedom made by (President) Duterte and NTF-ELCAC,” said Rosanilla ‘Lai’ Consad, an assistant principal of San Vicente National High School in Butuan City, and secretary of the Alliance of Concerned Teachers Union Region 13.
The quest for justice for all 58 victims continues with the #Fightfor58 campaign of the media community, the Justice Now Movement of the families of the media workers, and the intention to file a second wave of cases against those who were allegedly responsible for planning, carrying out, and covering up the crime.
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The motorcade of the “UniTeam” started in Carmen, Davao del Norte with a throng of motorcycle drivers that drove all the way to Cuntapay Building in Lapu-Lapu Street in Tagum.
The report said the victims were brought to the United States through questionably obtained visas, where they were tasked to do house chores, gave the pastor massages, and perform sex as their “night duty”.
The progressive bloc filed House Resolution 2342, raising issue that there is an alleged cover-up as 17 persons who were in the party were detained while former Davao City Information Officer Jefry Tupas and others who attended the party were set free.