Mothers with kids are among the more than 100,000 cyclists who travel to work, school or shops in Utrecht, the fourth largest city in the Netherlands. (Zea Io Ming C. Capistrano/davaotoday.com)
Multisectoral groups commemorated both the International Day of Peace and the 44th anniversary of the Martial Law declaration here last Wednesday, September 21.
National Youth Commission chair Aiza Seguerra visited the Lumad evacuees inside a church compound here Thursday morning, September 22.
Activists marched in Davao City to commemorate the 44th year anniversary of the declaration of Martial Law by former President Ferdinand Marcos on Wednesday, September 21. (Medel V. Hernani/davaotoday.com)
Women leaders from various groups light their candles to continue the call for justice for the victims of the Davao blast on Tuesday, September 13. (Paulo C. Rizal/davaotoday.com)
Activists here protested the United States “war on terror” coinciding with the commemoration of 9/11 attacks 15 years ago. The protesters also expressed support to President Rodrigo Duterte’s plan of pursuing “an independent foreign policy.”
A week after the bombing killed at least 14 and wounded 70 others in Davao, venders in the Roxas Avenue night market here are back in business.
Various groups continue to flock the blast site of the Roxas night market bombing here four days after, offering flowers, lighting candles and saying their prayers for the victims and their families.
Students of the Ateneo de Davao University give free hugs to those who visit the memorial site of the deadly blast in Roxas avenue, Davao City that killed at least 14 people. The Project Free Hugs is organized by various local and media groups with a hope to uplift the morale of the local residents after the tragedy. (Zea Io Ming C. Capistrano/davaotoday.com)
After 34 days in captivity, three police officials and a non uniformed personnel were released by the New People’s Army on Saturday afternoon, August 27, in a village in Barangay Mat-i here.