The National Union of the Journalists of the Philippines scored President Rodrigo Duterte for his “incoherent and foulmouthed rant” after he attacked two Manila-based media.
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The city government of Tagum has strengthened its anti-smoking campaign in a bid to regulate the selling of tobacco products in public.
The Communist Party of the Philippines said that it elected young leaders and amended its programs and constitutions during its second congress held on Oct.14 to Nov. 7, last year.
A high-ranking Chinese official said that Beijing will likely to fund the two multi-billion infrastructures projects both in Davao and Mindanao.
The European Union summoned a Philippine envoy in Brussel to be clarified on Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte’s remark to hang any EU official who opposed his anti-drug and pro-death penalty campaigns.
For many years, the Lumad children in Barangay Butong, Quezon in Bukidnon province have been deprived of education due poverty and lack of resources.
As the fourth round of peace talks draws near between government and the National Democratic Front of the Philippines, a militant lawmaker urged farmers on Monday to rally behind the working draft on Comprehensive Agreement on Socio-Economic Reforms.
The Department of Education issued a moratorium order on field trips and other similar activities in both public and private schools across the country.
A militant lawmaker called on Friday the repeal of Republic Act No. 7279 or the Urban Development and Housing Act of 1992 in the wake of continuing and violent demolitions against urban poor communities.
The Makabayan bloc in the House of Representatives has filed a resolution to probe the killing of a farmer-couple Leonila and Ramon Pesadilla by unidentified gun men on March 2, this year.