An unidentified gunman shot dead another farmer activist just right outside his residence in San Fernando town, Bukidnon province around 8pm on Monday, September 16.
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ACT Teachers Party-list representative France Castro on Tuesday urged Congress to investigate the continued attacks against the leaders and members of unions of public school teachers in the country.
Two officials from the Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (CIDG)-Region 9 who are among the police and military officials facing charges in the wrongful arrest and detention of Davao Today columnist Margarita Valle asked the Office of Ombudsman for the 30-day extension to file their counter affidavits.
Filipino migrant group Migrante International prayed the Supreme Court to allow Mary Jane Veloso to testify against her recruiters and prove that she’s only a victim of human trafficking.
A watch group warned consumers against supposed contraband and counterfeit cosmetics with high levels of mercury and lead being sold in several stores here.
A total of P120,000 worth of illegal drugs were seized by authorities in a house in Vincent Heights Subdivision, Barangay Angliongto.
In commemorating the second death anniversary of Salugpongan student Obello Bay-ao on September 5, Lumad groups protest on the inaction of government to stop the attacks on schools.
The Department of Health (DOH) Davao Region confirmed on Tuesday that a four-year old child died last Friday (Aug 30) due to Meningococcemia.
Four barangays in Davao City are placed under a state of calamity after heavy rains on Wednesday caused flooding that displaced 17,000 people in the southern part of this city.
Lumad advocates criticize the conduct of a Senate hearing that failed to invite the subject of their inquiry: the Lumad schools and teachers.