Sixty-two-year old, Catalina Sinoy, a native of Pantukan, Compostela Valley, believes her life and that of her family were easier before compared this year.
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A human rights group believes that justice will not be served for the victims of the Ampatuan massacre under the administration of President Benigno Aquino III who they call as the “Impunity King”.
Survivors of typhoon Pablo (International name: Bopha) is putting up for another fight, this time, with the entry of a large mining company in Compostela Valley.
According to reports, Clooney, who filed the case before the UN Working Group on Arbitrary Detention (UNWGAD) on February 26, wanted the UN to act for the release of the incumbent Pampanga representative who is facing a plunder case over the alleged misuse of intelligence funds and electoral sabotage during her presidency.
Advocate groups for women and children are not agreeable to Mayor Rodrigo Duterte’s order of arrest of parents of three street children.
Women’s partylist Gabriela is not happy with the free train rides offered by the Department of Transportation and Communication (DOTC) to all women on the observation of the International Women’s Day tomorrow.
Four days before the commemoration of the International Women’s Day, a group of human rights activist will hold protest actions to call for the release of women political prisoners.
A team of firefighters from Mati City, Davao Oriental was about to respond in a fire incident when its fire truck lost control along the city’s highway afternoon Tuesday.
A resource center named after a local environment activist was formally opened to the public here on Saturday.
Mayor Rodrigo Duterte said the killing of a tricycle driver by a police in Mintal here last February 23 was an overkill.