The National Democratic Front of the Philippines Special Office for the Protection of Children (SOPC) called for the protection of the 14-year old Sagay City massacre survivor the police earlier tried to take into custody.
The New People’s Army (NPA) in Negros Island said the culprits in the massacre of nine farmers in Sagay City Saturday evening are “mercenaries” calling themselves the Revolutionary Proletarian Army (RPA) under the command of the Armed Forces of the Philippines’ (AFP) Special Civilian Active Auxiliary (SCAA) unit stationed in Hacienda Mirasol, Brgy. Baterya, some 2 kilometers from the massacre site.
A militant lawmaker condemned the killing of nine farm workers including two minors and four women in Sagay City, Negros Occidental earlier this week who he said were only asserting their rights to cultivate their lands, citing reports from farm workers’ group National Federation of Sugar Workers.
The National Federation of Sugar Workers (NFSW) condemns the attack on a group of protesting farmers which killed at least nine sugar workers on Saturday evening in Negros Occidental.
Eden Gualberto practically raised her three children through farming. She earns P1,000 a week from selling banana, cassava and vegetables.
Residents in Marawi City are now questioning the true meaning of liberation because of the slow implementation of its rehabilitation plan, a year after it was liberated from the hands of the Maute group.
A human rights organization said the recent election of the Philippine government to the United Nations Human Rights Council does not in any way absolve President Rodrigo Duterte of gross human rights violations amid claims that it goes to show how human rights is respected here.
A church leader of a homegrown Christian church who was the subject of red-tagging campaign last month is now fearing for his life after a fresh wave of malicious vandalisms were painted on the concrete walls of a bridge and on walls along a highway outside his church jurisdiction.
The National Democratic Front of the Philippines in Mindanao has called President Rodrigo Duterte as mass murder over the spate of unabated killings that targeted the indigenous people and Moro people in Mindanao.
A B’laan farmer was shot and killed by suspected military forces in Sitio Mahayag, Barangay Upper Suyan, Malapatan, Sarangani province, a spokesperson of a human rights group said on Tuesday.