DAVAO CITY, Philippines – Forty four-year-old Eric Baron drives a tricycle for a living for more than two decades. He…
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Three minors died after allegedly burning a grenade they found at their relative’s farm here Sunday afternoon, December 3, police said
The BIFF claims the death of the two civilians was caused by a 105mm Howitzer artillery fired by the military
Aboard a taxi, two boys were pressing their faces against the glass window. Outside, on the walls of San Pedro Extension, posters silently scream of crimes their mother supposedly made.
Davao City has been chosen as the recipient of the 1st Association of Southeast Asian Nation (ASEAN) Clean Tourist City Award, a city official announced on Friday, December 1.
The holiday in commemoration of the 154th birth anniversary of the father of Philippine revolution became a show of force from two opposing sides.
Is the issuance of Proclamation No. 360 enough to terminate the peace talks between the government and the communists?
An activist who was expected to join the 154th Bonifacio Day protest rally here on Thursday, November 30, was gunned down a day earlier in Compostela Valley province.
A group is urging the local government to look into the “disturbing plight” of the children of the Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW) from Davao City.
The biggest fire that happened in the city on November 24 caused more than P82 million in damages, a far cry from the initial estimate of P3 million.