An alliance of education advocates lamented that the Department of Education local officials have not responded to their pleas for the opening of several schools for indigenous peoples in the region.
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Dismissed workers of a banana company warned that they will call upon the members of their association to launch a wider strike should the management fail to reinstate them.
The house where a tribal leader and two others were allegedly killed by Army troops in Paquibato District Saturday midnight hosted a birthday party, said a human rights group.
Private First Class Khen Subere denied he has gone Awol (absent without official leave) from the military during his capture by the New People’s Army a month ago.
A local resident of Barangay Tamadang, Kiamba, Sarangani wears a shirt saying “Garbo sa Bisaya Duterte” (Pride of the Bisaya Duterte) during the release of New People’s Army prisoner-of-war Private First Class Khen Subere on Saturday. (John Rizle L. Saligumba/davaotoday.com)
A month after he was captured by the New People’s Army, Private First Class Khen Subere is now able to reunite with his family.
Thousands of farmers hit by drought were promised 3,000 sacks of rice they demanded in a four-day protest in the municipalities of Maramag and Kitaotao in the province of Bukidnon.
Under the shade of a mango tree, Efren Ledon, 22, and six other new applicants of the Mindanao Interfaith Services Foundation Incoporated (Misfi) Academy, interpreted the nationalist song “Bayan Ko” (My Homeland) during the belated graduation ceremony of IP pupils from Davao del Norte.
The New People’s Army in South Cotabato declared an Army trooper its prisoner of war.
“We have been waiting all our lives for the government to build a school in our communities, but why now that we are able to build schools with our own perseverance, they want to close it?”, said Datu Kailo Bantulan in a press conference Monday.