Call for justice

Dec 29, 2007

National Union of Journalists Davao City Chapter prepare armbands for broadcaster Ferdie Lintuan’s burial tomorrow. Lintuan was murdered on the eve of Christmas Day near his radio station dxGO. He is the 5th journalist killed in the Philippines in 2007. (Photo by Keith Bacongco / AKP Images)

Flowers for the hero

Nov 30, 2007

On Bonifacio Day, militants in Davao belonging to the Bagong Alyansang Makabayan (Bayan) offered flowers for the Philippine revolutionary leader, Andres Bonifacio. They charge President Gloria Arroyo for the worsening corruption, hunger and fascism in the country today, and vowed to continue to press for her ouster. (davaotoday. com photo by Barry Ohaylan)

Independent probe of House bombing urged

Nov 15, 2007

Members of Bagong Alyansang Makabayan (Bayan) take to the streets of Davao the morning after the blast in Congress, urging vigilance among the people. They call on people to act and demand an investigation into the incident that killed three, wounded several others, including lawmakers. InPeace, the peace advocacy group, said in a statement that the bombing was a smokescreen for something more sinister. ( photo by Barry Ohaylan)

Lanterns on Tiongko

Nov 07, 2007

With Christmas less than two months away, entrepreneurs are already cashing in on the expected holiday boom. These lanterns are sold along Tiongko Street for as low as 150 pesos. ( photo by Barry Ohaylan)

Water protests continue

Oct 23, 2007

Members of the Nagkahiusang Mamumuo sa Davao City Water District (NAMADACWAD) gather in front of the Davao City hall on Oct. 20 to protest the proposed 100-million-peso loan from the Local Water Utility Administration that they said would lead to the privatization the city’s water system and, consequently, higher water rates for consumers. (Photo by Keith Bacongco/AKP Images for Davao Today)