The Davao City Police Office (DCPO) has lowered the Philippine flag in a half-mast to express their grief over the death of at least 50 members of the Philippine National Police Special Action Forces (PNP-SAF) who were killed during a deadly encounter with members of the Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters (BIFF) and Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) Sunday, a police official said.
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They were glued on their tv sets since the start of the live telecast of Miss Universe beauty pageant from Miami, Florida. They cheered when Philippine candidate Mary Jean ‘MJ’ Lastimosa made it to the Top 10.
Mayor Rodrigo Duterte denied that his ‘listening tour’ where he is making the rounds in Mindanao and talking to leaders, as a form of presidential campaign.
The Traffic Management Center impounded around 200 motorcycles with bora-bora (modified mufflers) in a week after MayorRodrigo Duterte banned the loud vehicles.
The City Veterinarian’s Office (CVO) reminds pet owners to be responsible.
After two postponements, the Kagan tribe is set to choose the next IP (indigenous people) representative Wednesday at the Davao City Recreation Center.
Davao’s leaders and common folks got the greatest lesson from the five-day visit of Pope Francis and that is not just to help to poor but to help in the struggling poor.
The seventh most wanted person in Laak municipality of Compostela Valley province was apprehended by the authorities in a shoot-out Thursday night in Tagum City.
The City Health Office (CHO) disclosed on Thursday that the dormitories housing Indian medical students “are filthy beyond compare”.
An alliance of lumad organizations in Mindanao prepared an “Uranda” or the indigenous people’s traditional lyric-poem to express to the visiting Pope their personal yearnings.