Rumored presidentiable Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte said some generals are not too happy with his pronouncement that he would “end the war in the country” by forming a “coalition government with the revolutionaries.”
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Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte facilitated the release of jail warden Jose Mervin Coquilla from the NPA in Monkayo, Compostela Valley Monday.
The New People’s Army released today the jail warden it held captive for alleged drugs trade and negligence due to “humanitarian reasons.”
Provincial Jail warden Jose Mervin Coquilla is seen here emerging from a holding facility with members of the New People’s Army. Coquilla was released around 2:00 pm Monday.
Emailed by human rights group Karapatan to the media, the messages were written while they were on hunger strike to appeal for their freedom.
The National Democratic Front said it cancelled the release of its three police captives because of the presence of Army forces in the area for release.
The police Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (CIDG) recommended the filing of criminal cases against an Indian national who was accused by medical students of imposing high dormitory fees and other complaints.
Various groups here will hold several activities in time for the visit of Pope Francis, whom they called as the “Peoples’ Pope.”
Classes were disrupted in a Davao del Norte indigenous peoples schools as its teachers were allegedly restricted by a fanatic paramilitary group.
Mindanao’s energy supply will soar in 2015 but this early, the government is warning consumers to “brace for an increase” in electric rates.