Cagayan de Oro’s response to the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic earned a commendation from the national inter-agency task force during its visit to the region.
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A Bangsamoro leader said local government leaders should learn from Cagayan de Oro’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic.
Workers from a funeral parlor retrieve four members of a family who perished from a fire in Barangay 22, Cagayan de Oro on August 12. The bodies were discovered three days later. (Jigger J. Jerusalem/davaotoday.com)
A Mindanao-based peace group condemned the Quezon City police for “snatching” the body of murdered peasant leader Randall Echanis from his grieving family.
Human rights groups condemn the killing of peasant leader and peace consultant Randall Echanis, as they call for an independent probe on his murder.
Two political figures here have asked the court to issue a temporary restraining order against the policy on the protective barrier on motorcycles.
Bukidnon Gov. Jose Maria Zubiri and his wife tested negative for the new Coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
The Philippine National Police Region 13 (PNP-13) reported that illegal logging has persisted in Caraga this year, as they had apprehended 178 persons and seized illegally cut forest trees worth P6.2 million.
The city government reiterated its offer to the Misamis Oriental Provincial Health Office to take in patients infected with coronavirus (Covid-19) after one of the provincial hospitals was closed due to infection of the hospital personnel.
Individuals and a group from Mindanao who has experienced rights abuses and other forms of harassment are petitioning the Supreme Court to scrap Republic Act 11479 or the Anti-Terrorism Act (ATA) of 2020.