Fidel Agcaoili, chair of the National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) peace negotiation panel, passed away on July 23 in Utrecht, The Netherlands.
Former Supreme Court justices Antonio Carpio and Conchita Carpio-Morales returned to the High Court as part of the 11th group that challenge the legality of the Anti-Terrorism Law.
Fr. Teresito ‘Chito’ Suganob, Vicar-general of the Prelature of Marawi, who survived 117 days of captivity during the Marawi Siege, died in his sleep Wednesday morning July 22 in his home in Norala, South Cotabato.
The Davao City Council is pushing for the grant of hazard pay for 1,200 barangay health workers (BHW) who had rendered service in combating the Covid-19 pandemic in communities.
The Davao City Council has approved an economic program to help support women-initiated business in the city.
The Catholic Bishops Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) issued a strong pastoral letter and call to prayer Sunday on their concern on human rights in the Philippines highlighted by the signing of the Anti-Terrorism Act.
Various groups slammed the new directive issued by the Interagency Task Force on Emerging and Infectious Diseases (IATF-EID) which authorizes the Philippine National Police (PNP) to conduct a house-to-house search for new Coronavirus (COVID-19) patients who either are asymptomatic or have mild symptoms.
Kabataan Party-list (KP) Rep. Sarah Elago, is the lone Filipino to be named one of the outstanding young politicians from across the world this 2020.
The House of Representatives’ Committee on Franchises may have rejected the renewal of the franchise of media broadcasting giant ABS-CBN, but 75% of Filipinos said they supported its renewal.
The findings of the House of Representatives’ Technical Working Group (TWG) are contrary to the evidence presented during the series of hearings that tackled the franchise renewal of television network ABS-CBN, a lawmaker from Northern Mindanao said.