A close contact between the government and the National Democratic Front prior to the third round of peace talks on January next year is important for the success of the negotiations, an official of the Royal Norwegian Government said.
Sen. Leila De Lima dared Philippine National Police Director General Ronald Dela Rosa to investigate the violent dispersal of protesters in front of the U.S Embassy in Manila Wednesday morning.
Mayor Sara Duterte is pushing for the inclusion of Davao City in the areas to be covered by the proposed Traffic and Congestion Crisis Act.
The country Bhutan measures its economic prosperity by appraising the happiness level of its citizen, not the gross domestic product.
The New People’s Army slammed the Armed Forces of the Philippines for targeting communist guerillas in the guise of the Duterte government’s anti-drug campaign called Oplan Tokhang.
At least 1,000 Moro and Indigenous peoples braved the water cannons of the military during a protest rally in front of the Armed Forces of the Philippines national headquarters in Camp Aguinaldo here Tuesday.
Why would a wealthy country that is 9,977 kilometers away interested in finding peace for a poor country like the Philippines?
The 3,000 strong Lumad and Moro leaders alliance called Sandugo demanded for the abolition of the National Commission for Indigenous Peoples for its failure to address the issues of the national minorities.
A group that opposed the burial of late dictator Ferdinand Marcos’ at the Libingan ng mga Bayani (Heroes’ Cemetery) lauded Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte’s position that it would “respect the Supreme Court’s decision.”
A women’s party-list group said it is high time that Philippines should assert its sovereignty by ending the US-Philippine patrols in the contested West Philippine sea.