Three people from Davao Region were among the latest patients reported to have been infected with the new variant of coronavirus, the Department of Health (DOH) announced on February 12.
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The University of the Philippines Mindanao’s Student Council urged its administration to defend its constituents following recent red-tagging incidents against members of the university’s community.
Hours before the start of the oral arguments on the petitions against the anti-terror law on February 2, the two Aeta farmers, who have been jailed and first to be charged under the Anti-Terrorism Act of 2020 (ATA), filed a petition requesting the Supreme Court (SC) to include them in the 37 petitions that seek to declare the law void.
COVID-19 has exempted no one from its harsh impact on the mental health of every person including journalists who continue to provide information amid this pandemic that hurt the economy and the escalating attacks on the press worldwide.
Student groups in Mindanao urged the government to recalibrate its strategies to end the armed conflict through resolving the root causes of armed rebellion: poverty, inequality, corruption, and atrocious governance, instead of sowing fear against dissent.
The University of Philippines Mindanao (UPMin) administration, student council and student publication joined the UP community in condemning the termination of an agreement with the government that restricts military and police personnel within the UP campuses.
Women advocates and the University of the Philippines Mindanao community wants to stop victim blaming from the public on the death of 23-year old flight attendant Christina Angelica Dacera.
The ten months of community quarantine due to the COVID-19 pandemic has resulted to 15,285 job losses in Davao Region, the report from the regional Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) said.
Church leaders called on both government and the National Democratic Front to “silence their guns” this Christmas season, despite declarations from both sides that there will be no ceasefire in the holidays.
The International Criminal Court (ICC) Chief Prosecutor said on Monday there is “reasonable basis” that crimes against humanity were committed under the Duterte administration’s war on drugs campaign and may decide to investigate this by first half of 2021.