A Protestant church defended the sanctuary it is providing for indigenous people evacuees in Mindanao against a regional government body’s order for its closure.
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The Calinan Police and Task Force Davao seized P3 million worth of illegal drugs in a checkpoint at Barangay Lacson here on Saturday evening.
Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III said the government is still keeping its option open to repatriate Filipino workers in Iran and Lebanon even as tensions in the Middle East has calmed down between the United States and Iran.
There is an urgent need to protect the watersheds of Panigan-Tamugan and Talomo-Lipadas.
Davao City is in heightened alert after the reported emergence of a mystery disease that supposedly originated in China.
The National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) in Southern Mindanao denounced Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio’s statement calling on the national government to exclude Davao City from the Duterte administration’s ceasefire declaration and the forthcoming resumption of peace negotiations with the NDFP.
Moro human rights group Suara Bangsamoro called for an independent investigation on the recent bombings in Cotabato City and neighboring municipalities in Cotabato and Maguindanao that happened as the extended martial law is about to expire on December 31.
Alliance of Concerned Teachers (ACT) yesterday (Dec. 18) slammed passing of Salary Standardization Law 5 saying it is mere “consuelo de bobo.”
The city council of Davao has approved on Tuesday, December 17, the P2.5 million budget for the victims of typhoon Tisoy in the province of Masbate City and earthquake in Magsaysay, Davao del Sur.
The Philippine chapter of the International Association of Women in Radio and Television (IAWRT) joins the Filipino people in calling out justice for the victims of the Ampatuan massacre.