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.
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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.
More than 500 protesters composed of Moro, Lumad and peasants joined the series of actions against the planned visit of United States President Donald Trump to Manila.
The Department of Education on Thursday denied allegations from children’s rights organization that it has neglected schools serving the indigenous peoples (IP) across the country.
The Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) in Davao region conducted a buy-bust operation last November 4 that led to the arrest of two suspected drug pushers from various parts of this province.
Some 50 banana plantation workers and leaders of agrarian reform beneficiaries (ARB) cooperatives in Davao del Norte are urging the office of the Ombudsman to fast-track the graft case against Davao del Norte Representative Antonio Floirendo.
Activists vowed to greet United States President Donald Trump with a series of protest actions once he arrive in the Philippines for the East Asia Summit on November 10.
The Philippines slipped from 7th to 10th place on the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) Global Gender Gap index 2017 was to be blamed on government’s economic policies with Filipino women earning less compared to men by large amount, a women’s group said Friday, November 3.