Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process Jesus Dureza said he respects the statement of Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio calling on her father, President Rodrigo Duterte, not to pursue talks with the National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP), after he announced that he is willing to give it another try.
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It was a joyous moment for Lumad schoolchildren — no strangers to fear and terror — who marched like ordinary carefree graduates, upbeat and oozing with pride.
The Philippine Airlines (PAL) has announced it was certified as the only 4-star airline in the country by Skytrax, an international air transport rating organization.
Manobo Jan-jan cries while delivering his valedictory speech as he remembers the hardships they have to endure to graduate, despite their being displaced due to the alleged militarization of their communities. (Kath M. Cortez/davaotoday.com)
The National Telecommunications Commission-National Office has not yet acted upon the recommendation of its regional office to close 30 radio stations.
A total of 38 complaints were filed against police forces at the Regional Internal Affairs Service in Davao Region (RIAS 11) for the first quarter of 2018.
Police had identified seven persons for the burning of equipment in Talaingod last week.
Councilor Al Ryan Alejandre announced that the city will attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the longest buntings or banderitas.
Councilor Bai Halila Sudagar formally vacated her post as a councilor during the regular session of the City Council on Tuesday, April 10, after the Certificate of Affirmation (COA) from the National Commission on Indigenous People expired last March 30.
Newly-appointed Davao City councilor Carmelo “Bebot” Justo Clarion attends his first regular session of the City Council on Tuesday, April 10, 2018. Clarion served as the village chief of Barangay Mulig, Toril for eight years before joining the City Council. (Kath M. Cortez/davaotoday.com)