DAVAO CITY, Philippines – In a span of two days, two church leaders and eight Lumad farmers were killed in the country, prompting lawmakers and human rights organizations to call on the government to end Martial Law in Mindanao.
DAVAO CITY, Philippines – Progressive lawmakers on Wednesday, December 6, filed a resolution to investigate the killing of a labor organizer here almost two weeks ago.
DAVAO CITY, Philippines – A 17-year-old Lumad was “forcibly taken” by military elements in a Compostela town on Tuesday, December…
DAVAO CITY, Philippines – The Commission on Population (POPCOM) in Region 11 expressed concern over the rising cases of teenage…
The Islamic ruling released by the ARMM in 2016 states that contraceptives are not prohibited by Islam
Guidelines of the new testing rule for minors is expected to be approved this December
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.
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.