An environmental group condemned two separate incidents of harassment against activists believed to be committed by military agents.
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The United Coconut Planters Bank, one of the largest banks in the Philippines, announced that it will be using the Europay, Mastercard, VISA debit card which is the global standard for payment card security.
Anchored on its theme, “Unity in Diversity,” the winning entry highlights the best of Davao City for this year’s 2017 Destination: Davao Video Making Competition.
Barely a week before President Rodrigo Duterte deliver his second State of the Nation Address (SONA), a militant lawmaker on Tuesday said the President’s promised reforms remain “intangible and inedible” especially to the country’s poor sectors.
The Philippines Catholic Church is rolling out a a P10-million humanitarian response to the families affected by the ongoing crisis in Marawi.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte on Monday vowed to support the establishment of a more independent and powerful Bangsamoro homeland in the country.
An official of the Mindanao Development Authority appealed to the graduates of the Mindanao State University to remain confident and optimistic. This as the government starts rehabilitating the besieged city of Marawi.
The holding of the Philippines-Indonesia coordinated border patrols, known as CORPAT PHILINDO, has officially culminated in a military ceremony last July 12 at 8th Manado Naval Base in Manado, Indonesia.
Communications Secretary Martin Andanar said on Saturday that Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte’s speech for his second State of the Nation Address will be longer and more meaningful.
The brutal slaying of 28 land and environmental defenders in 2016 underscores the risk of environmental activism in the Philippines, placing the country again in the global spotlight as one of the deadliest countries in Asia and the world for environment activists.