A member of the Makabayan bloc in the House of Representatives expressed deep concern on Thursday over the recent announcement of Armed Forces Chief, Gen. Eduardo Año of putting a monetary reward for every New People’s Army killed or captured by state forces.
Around 1,500 Lumads and Moro people from Mindanao will be travelling to Manila this year to join a protest caravan of national minorities from across the country, a Lumad group announced on Thursday here.
The son-in-law of slain Albuera, Leyte Mayor Rolando Espinosa, Jake Bolanio Dela Cruz died in a shoot out with police here on Wednesday.
More rural villagers are expected to arrive at the evacuation center in the municipality of Opol, Misamis Oriental after a group of armed men believed to be members of the New People’s Army were seen in the town’s four hinterland communities since last week, the mayor said Wednesday.
The militant group Bagong Alyansang Makabayan scored the proposal of the United States of America to use airstrikes against the ISIS-linked groups in the country.
Davao City joined in the celebration of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations’ (ASEAN) golden anniversary on Tuesday, August 8.
The Association of South East Asian Nations marked its fifty years of existence and President Rodrigo Duterte said the Asean, “as a community of nations, is now stronger, more vibrant, and more robust.”
First Lieutenant Geraldo Alvarez of the 5th Mechanized Infantry Battalion, Philippine Army is now ready to go back to the front line after recovering from the wound he sustained from the main battle area here.
A militant lawmaker on Monday urged the free distribution of land by writing off amortization dues from the agrarian reform beneficiaries.
The additional 20,000 troops requested by President Rodrigo Duterte is part of the country’s intensified security posture to guard Philippine territory against continuing security threats.