Controversial Bureau of Customs broker Mark Taguba II cleared Davao Vice Mayor Paolo “Pulong” Duterte and lawyer Manases “Mans” Carpio from the alleged P6.4-billion shabu shipment from China.
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A bill allowing a four-day work week but increasing the number of normal work hours per day was opposed by a labor union viewing it as “plainly pro-business and pro-capitalist.”
A human rights group questioned the “very good” rating received by the Duterte administration on human rights protection in the recent Social Weather Station survey despite the President’s abysmal human rights records.
Government troops captured two communist rebels following a pursuit operations in Kidapawan City on Friday, Sept. 1
Even if the Marcoses return their alleged ill-gotten wealth to the government, victims of the late dictator’s regime say the family will remain plunderers and criminals.
A militant lawmaker condemned insinuations that former Social Welfare Secretary Judy Taguiwalo allegedly diverted government funds to the New People’s Army (NPA).
Farmers coming from various parts of Davao region mounted a protest rally here today to express their full support to Agrarian secretary Rafael Mariano ahead of the slated confirmation hearing on Wednesday, August 30.
Human rights activists fear that the culture of impunity and fear is reigning in Compostela Valley province following the reported deaths of two farmers connected to activists groups in just a week.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte gave police officers on Monday the authority to kill “idiots” who will resist arrest and has assigned a police chief to Iloilo City—the Visayas’ drug bedrock.
A tribal leader from Misamis Oriental escaped a slay try where activist organizations accused an Army man as the suspect.