President Rodrigo Duterte’s plan to declare the New People’s Army as a terrorist group have caused a chilling effect to the Lumad children in Mindanao, progressive groups said.
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President Duterte says it again: lifting martial law in Mindanao depends on what the military and police will recomend
Bayan’s Renato Reyes says the resumption of the stalled peace talks is the ‘best’ solution to all the issues that Duterte have with the NPA
The Philippines economy has expanded 6.9 percent in the July to September period, making the country the fastest growing economy in Asia next only to Vietnam, the Department of Budget and Management reported on Thursday, November 16.
Anti-narcotics agents from Davao Occidental and Davao del Sur Provincial Drug Enforcement Office arrested a government employee during a drug buy bust on Thursday, November 15.
A women’s group has urged the government to go beyond the concept of family planning as it welcomes the full implementation of the country’s Reproductive Health law.
After four years, the 103 shipping containers in the port of Manila containing household waste may soon find its way back home after Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said it might be repatriated.
Four members of the Armed Forces of the Philippines and a member of an armed group were arrested in a buy-bust operation conducted by anti-narcotics agents in Tagum City early dawn on Saturday, November 11.
Thousands of farmers and rural folks are set to join the series of anti-Trump protests in Manila to call for an end, the continuing landlessness under the Duterte administration, a lawmaker said on Friday.
Education Secretary Leonor Briones said the issue of teachers’ debts is a “decades-old drama” which prompted the agency to promulgate mechanism to end the practice of teachers’ over-borrowing.