The National Democratic Front of the Philippines said the possible reforms that will benefit millions of farmers is now hanging on the edge with the declaration of President Rodrigo Duterte to discontinue the peace negotiations.
A Davao City-based leader of the Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF) said on Wednesday, November 22, that their group supports the call for the President to declare a revolutionary government.
The Davao del Norte Provincial Police Office (DNPPO) announced on Wednesday, November 22, that security officials are already geared up for the upcoming 6th Association of Southeast Asian Nation (ASEAN) Boy Scout Jamboree next week.
Two Moro leaders on Wednesday, November 22, criticized the President’s plan of putting up a military camp in Marawi City.
The peace negotiations have gained strides under the Duterte administration so it comes as a surprise to a church leader and peace advocate why the President has to discontinue it.
The city council here is bent on creating a local ordinance that would ban all forms of protests outside “Panacañang” or the so-called Malacaňang of the South.
President Duterte says it again: lifting martial law in Mindanao depends on what the military and police will recomend
Bayan’s Renato Reyes says the resumption of the stalled peace talks is the ‘best’ solution to all the issues that Duterte have with the NPA
Anti-narcotics agents from Davao Occidental and Davao del Sur Provincial Drug Enforcement Office arrested a government employee during a drug buy bust on Thursday, November 15.
Davao City Police Office (DCPO) chief Alexander Tagum said they now have three possible suspects on the killing of a police officer in Tugbok district last Monday.