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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Don’t rejoice yet. Says human rights lawyers as the government announced that the International Criminal Court (ICC) temporarily suspended its…
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.
The Senate finance committee on Tuesday slashed the proposed P24 billion budget of NTF-ELCAC for 2022 down to P4 billion.
Victoria Mags Z. Maglana is a development worker, peace advocate, and convener of Konsensya Dabaw. She is a candidate for Davao City’s first district Representative contesting incumbent Paolo Duterte.
The cremains of slain communist leader Jorge ‘Ka Oris’ Madlos was given to his younger brother Rito in Impasugong, Bukidnon on Tuesday, November 9 through town Mayor Anthony Uy. The 4th Infantry Division cremated Madlos’ body last week without seeking the family’s permission. (Photo by Froilan Gallardo)
Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio announced on Tuesday noontime that her City Information Officer, Jefry Tupas, was involved in a drug raid at Mabini, Davao de Oro on November 6.
For educators and many more people who had experienced Pops’ missionary work, they believe he will never be forgotten.