Both the government of the Philippines and the United States held a coordinated and completed patrol in the Sulu Sea to enhance regional peace and stability.
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A watch group urged manufacturers of personal care and cosmetic products to phase-out products which contain triclosan and triclocarban.
Two women from Tagum City won this year’s search for Binibining Davao del Norte.
An environmental group expressed dismay on the decision of the Mines and Geosciences Bureau for reversing the mining reforms implemented by former environment secretary Gina Lopez, a day after Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte concluded his first year as the country’s chief executive.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has compared the New People’s Army, the armed-wing of the Communist Party of the Philippines, to that of the Islamic State, saying the former are revolutionaries with objectives unlike the latter that is “dedicated to the destruction of mankind.”
The National Anti-Poverty Commission conducted a two-day peace forum at Hotel Conchita in Cagayan de Oro City on June 28 to promote and engage community members to become participants in the campaign for a just and lasting peace.
China donated on Wednesday P370 million worth of guns to the Philippines in its bid to strengthen the country’s battle against terrorist.
The city government of Davao distributed 85 breeding cattle to selected farmers in Paquibato District, according to the City Information Office’s dispatch on Wednesday.
The New York-based Human Rights Watch said Wednesday that Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte’s first year in office was marred with human rights calamity, assault on critics and unabated killings.
Insensitive and callous. This was how human rights group Hustiya tagged and scored the proposal of the Department of Tourism to make the besieged Marawi City as tourism hub.