The peace negotiations have gained strides under the Duterte administration so it comes as a surprise to a church leader and peace advocate why the President has to discontinue it.
Author Archives: JIGGER J. JERUSALEM
Cagayan de Oro City has what it takes to be the new IT hub in Mindanao, says the city’s local economic and investment promotions office
A non-government organization reported more than 50 cases of rights abuses committed by government forces during the crisis in Marawi.
A nine-member delegation of farmers from Southeast Asian countries were held by the police and their travel delayed when they visited their counterparts in Northern Mindanao, a peasant leader said Thursday.
Internally displaced persons (IDPs) returning to Marawi City must register first with the local government so they can be given the necessary assistance, a City Welfare and Development (CSWD) official said.
The Bureau of Customs-10 (BOC-10) denied on Saturday, November 11 that the person who was killed in an altercation with a broker here Thursday night, was one of their employees as the agency is now investigating how the victim was able to possess a Customs-issued identification card.
An armed group waylaid a police vehicle resulting to the death of a police officer and four-month-old child in a town in Bukidnon late Thursday afternoon, authorities said Friday.
Members of the League of Filipino Students-Northern Mindanao Region (LFS-NMR) burn a mock version of the US flag to express their opposition to the planned visit of President Donald Trump in the country during a protest action at the Magsaysay Park in Cagayan de Oro City on Thursday, November 9. (Jigger J. Jerusalem/davaotoday.com)
The League of Filipino Students in Northern Mindanao Region (LFS-NMR) joined other youth groups in the country in staging protest actions Thursday morning, November 9 ahead of the scheduled visit of United States President Donald Trump to the country a couple of days from now.
The Bureau of Customs in Northern Mindanao (BOC-10) is optimistic in attaining its P13-billion collection target for this year as it stepped up its efforts to tax shipments of importers and exporters in the region.