TRUMP’S EFFIGY. Progressive groups led by Bagong Alyansang Makabayan burn an effigy of US President Donald Trump in Manila. In this November 13, 2017 photo, Trump’s effigy bears a set of rotating arms that resemble the Nazi’s swastika. (Jaja Necosia/The Breakaway Media)
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President Rodrigo Duterte chats with US President Donald Trump during the gala dinner hosted by the Philippines for the leaders of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) member states and dialogue partners at the SMX Convention Center in Pasay City on November 12, 2017. (Presidential Photo)
The Davao Light and Power Company Inc. (DLPC) announced it will implement two brief power interruption in areas of Toril district on Friday and Saturday.
Participants of the 4th Youth for Development Congress held at the Mindanao Civic Center in Tubod, Lanao del Norte are reminded to be vigilant and report any suspicious-looking persons in their community. (Photo courtesy of the Lanao del Norte Information Office)
President Rodrigo Duterte visits the tomb of his parents, the late Governor Vicente and Soledad Duterte, at the Roman Catholic Public Cemetery in Davao City on Saturday midnight, November 4. (PRESIDENTIAL PHOTO)
Police officials from the Police Regional Office (PRO) 11 conduct a surprise inspection in Davao City cemeteries on Tuesday, October 31. (Photo courtesy of Police Regional Office 11)
The Philippine National Police here are on heightened alert as they conducted on Tuesday, October 31 surprise inspections on cemeteries for “Oplan Kaluluwa” on the eve of All Saints’ Day and All Souls’ Day.
Most parts of the city will experience water interruption from Friday to Saturday, the Davao City Water District (DCWD) announced on Wednesday, October 25.
The brazen act of killing Christopher Iban Lozada, a Bislig City-based radio journalist, is stark reminder that the culture of impunity is a “growing and malignant problem” for journalists in this country, a media watchdog said.
Some 300 youth leaders and college students in Iligan City light their candles to symbolize their pledge in helping rebuild the war-torn city of Marawi. (Contributed photo)