After eight years, the families of the slain victims of the infamous Ampatuan massacre would be able to see a flicker of hope as a resolution of the case is at hand, a lone private prosecutor said on Friday.
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The D’ Bone Collector museum put up by an American here in the city was among the top five special interest museums in the country during the first Philippine Tourism Industry Awards held in Manila on November 7.
Instead of the photos of Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio, Vice Mayor Paolo Duterte and President Rodrigo Duterte, four photos of national heroes hang inside the session hall of the Davao City Council on Tuesday, November 14.
The military on Wednesday morning, November 15, launched offensive against members of the Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters (BIFF) in Maguindanao province.
The New Zealand government has allotted US$2.5 million (P127.79 million*) to support Mindanao’s food production and agricultural development.
The nomination for the prestigious Datu Bago Awards is now open, the Datu Bago Award Awardees Organization Inc. (DBAAOI) announced on Monday.
The New People’s Army (NPA) said it will indemnify the families of civilians who were caught in a crossfire during an ambush against members of the Lanao del Sur police in Bukidnon last week.
A police officer here was shot dead on Monday morning, November 13, by men whose identities are yet to be uncovered by authorities.
On November 7, the Davao City Council passed on third and final reading on Tuesday, November 7 an ordinance establishing violence against women (VAW) desk and protocol in handling VAW cases at the barangay level.
Establishing a VAW desk in barangay is not new since the Implementing Rules and Regulations of the Magna Carta of Women under Republic Act 9710 already provides for its establishment in every barangay.
Three government workers here were removed from service for using illegal drugs, a city official said Thursday, November 9.