A former partylist lawmaker warned President Rodrigo Duterte not to toy with the idea of declaring Martial Law nationwide.
A group of national minorities filed cases against the Armed Forces of the Philippines and President Rodrigo Duterte for allegedly violating provisions under the Comprehensive Agreement on Respect for Human Rights and International Humanitarian Law (CARHRIHL).
Workers mounted protests on Monday against the proposed compressed work week schemes which they described as dangerous to their health.
About 2,000 city councilors from around the country gathered at the SMX Convention Center here as the Philippine Councilors League (PCL) opened on Monday, September 18.
Two members of the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) were killed in an operation against an Islamic State of Iraq and Syria-inspired faction of the Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters (BIFF) in Maguindanao province over the weekend, a military official said.
ILIGAN CITY, Philippines – She was supposed to deliver their firstborn next month. But upon hearing that the father of…
Government officials confirmed on Sunday, September 17, that Father Teresito Soganub has been “rescued” by government troops in Marawi City.
President Rodrigo Duterte hinted Saturday, September 16, that he is still open to resuming the formal talks with the Communists.
As people recall the day when American military bases were kicked out from the Philippines on September 16, 1991, thousands of Lumad and Moro people who joined the Lakbayan of National Minorities protested outside the US Embassy in Manila on September 15 to oppose the increasing US interventions and presence in the country under the Duterte administration.
Over 30 Lumad passengers had postpone their flight Saturday morning, September 15, as police here suspected they were trafficking minors.