After a year seeking for justice for the nine farmers in Sagay, Negros Occidental who were shot and even burned, justice remain elusive not only to the victims and their families but also to the poor and landless farmers.
The Philippine National Police (PNP) and the Alliance of Concerned Teachers (ACT) on Thursday have accused each other of making false statements in connection with the shooting of Zhydee Cabañelez in Valencia City.
Four unidentified gunmen entered the premises of a public school in a remote village in Bukidnon and attempted to kill two teachers on Tuesday morning, police said Wednesday.
A meeting of farmers in Caraga region to supposedly discuss activities for the commemoration of Peasant Month was disrupted when 20 combined elements of the police and military arrested a 68-year old farmer-leader Thursday (Oct.10) at his office in Brgy. Tiniwisan, Butuan City.
Cause-oriented groups in the city alarmed the public, especially parents and guardians, over the rise in online prostitution which victimizes minors and young women.
The Save Our Schools (SOS) Network in Southern Mindanao on Tuesday, through its convenor Aisha dela Cruz slammed Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio over the allegations she made against the group and the Salugpongan schools in Mindanao.
The University of the Philippines-Mindanao community commemorated the Martial Law declaration of the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos through a protest action on Friday (Sept. 20) afternoon.
An unidentified gunman shot dead another farmer activist just right outside his residence in San Fernando town, Bukidnon province around 8pm on Monday, September 16.
ACT Teachers Party-list representative France Castro on Tuesday urged Congress to investigate the continued attacks against the leaders and members of unions of public school teachers in the country.
A leader of the Alliance of Concerned Teachers (ACT) in Northern Mindanao has become the latest victim of red-tagging as she was branded as a “Communist teacher.”