Exiled Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) founding chairman Jose Maria Sison warned that Filipinos are expected to experience the worst economic and political crisis for 2019, attributing to the imposition of higher taxes and commodity and services prices are expected to rise faster this year.
At least two individuals were killed and 34 others were wounded after an improvised explosive device went off on Monday afternoon in front of South Seas Mall in Cotabato City as holidays shoppers rush for New Year’s celebration.
A group of religious leaders have called on Communist rebels and the government to continue the peace negotiations as it urged both sides for the release of their captives.
A radio broadcaster in Tandag City, Surigao Sur has escaped an assassination attempt while on board a motorcycle on his way home Friday afternoon.
The Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) said the communist rebel’s involvement in a clash with the military in Monkayo, Compostela Valley province was the New People’s Army (NPA) response to the offensive operation by government troopers despite the former’s yuletide holiday truce.
The Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) is looking forward to accomplishing ever bigger achievements and revolutionary victories as it celebrated its 50thfounding anniversary on Wednesday.
Banana workers under the labor group called Namasufa will have to wait for next year to settle its labor dispute after the Sumifru management failed to show up in a meeting called by the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) in Manila scheduled on Thursday.
The National Journalists of the Philippines (NUJP) on Wednesday denounced the claim that it was one of the legal fronts of the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP).
Despite the claim of the military that its forces have weakened in the past few years, the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP), through its armed wing the New People’s Army (NPA), has maintained that it has not lost its strength five decades after it was established as the insurgent group has been launching more than a hundred of offensives against the state forces in parts of Northern Mindanao just this year alone.
Somewhere in the mountainous part of the region, there were makeshift huts made of freshly cut pieces of wood, leaves and plastic waterproof sheets. A few hammocks made of taffeta hung in between trees. These served as temporary sleeping quarters for the mobile army composed mainly of peasants, some workers and intellectuals.