MAGUINDANAO, Philippines – On November 19, more than a hundred families of victims and journalists travelled in a convoy of…
Families, including colleagues of the 58 killed in the Ampatuan massacre at Sitio Masalay, Barangay Salman, Ampatuan, Maguindanao, were here on Sunday, November 19, to commemorate the single deadliest election-related violence in the history of the Philippines.
“Defending Journalism”, a book tackling the safety of journalists, was launched in Davao City on Saturday, November 13.
Despite the barrage of criticisms it received, the Department of Education maintains that public schools across the country are “zones of peace” despite groups contradicting such claim.
President Rodrigo Duterte’s plan to declare the New People’s Army as a terrorist group have caused a chilling effect to the Lumad children in Mindanao, progressive groups said.
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.
A non-government organization reported more than 50 cases of rights abuses committed by government forces during the crisis in Marawi.
A media watchdog is set to launch here a book tackling the safety of journalists in various countries including the Philippines, on Saturday, November 13.
“This is the positive result of martial law, people now have discipline. That’s why it should be continued,” says Police Superintendent Ebra M. Moxsir
Thousands of farmers and rural folks are set to join the series of anti-Trump protests in Manila to call for an end, the continuing landlessness under the Duterte administration, a lawmaker said on Friday.