The six members of Army’s Civilian Active Auxiliary (CAA) who were captured by the New People’s Army (NPA) in December last year are now reunited with their families.
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The recent threats and attacks that targeted a missionary worker, a volunteer teacher, and two human rights defenders has raised a serious concern over the safety of individuals working in progressive organizations that are critical to the government.
Seven individuals were killed while 30 others were wounded during the accident along Km. 92, Barangay Magsaysay, Nabunturan town in Compostela Valley province on Monday afternoon.
The Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency in the region (PDEA-11) has arrested three suspects allegedly running a drug den in Davao City.
After the twin bombings that hit inside a church in Jolo, Sulu last Sunday, the City Government of Davao has banned the public for bringing backpacks inside the churches.
National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) peace consultant Felix Randy Malayao, was shot dead inside a bus in Nueva Vizcaya, early morning on Wednesday, January 30.
Public school teachers here renewed their call for a substantial salary increase, saying its a “long overdue” demand of the sector.
Teachers group Alliance of Concerned Teachers (ACT) has made a call for the inclusion of the Collective Negotiation Agreement (CNA) cash incentive to the 2019 national budget, after Department of Education in Region 11(DepEd-11) declared the status of “no savings” last year.
More than 300 individuals from remote Lumad communities in Surigao del Sur fled from their homes early this week due to the series of aerial bombings and harassments, a local Lumad leader reported.
Tan said the red-tag “can cause anxiety among parents and students, while encouraging the military and the police to harass UP faculty and students.”