The National Democratic Front of the Philippines said the possible reforms that will benefit millions of farmers is now hanging on the edge with the declaration of President Rodrigo Duterte to discontinue the peace negotiations.
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MAGUINDANAO, Philippines – On November 19, more than a hundred families of victims and journalists travelled in a convoy of…
Two Moro leaders on Wednesday, November 22, criticized the President’s plan of putting up a military camp in Marawi City.
Apex Mining Company Incorporated (AMCI) is eyeing to increase its production to almost double in the next two to three years, an official bared Monday, November 20.
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.
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.