Posts by tag: Liberation Movements

7 years ago

NPA claims raid, ambush in Southern Philippines

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NPA claims raid, ambush in Southern Philippines

By DAVAO TODAY

Sanchez said the raid in Tagum City as well as the ambush of government troops in both Tagum and Mawab town “is in line with the call of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Philippines to intensify tactical offensives in order to seize more weapons and create more units of the People’s Army.”

7 years ago

Lost names, vote-buying in Paquibato

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By MA. GIGI A. TENEBROSO

Davao Today

In a statement released Monday, Ka Simon Santiago, NPA political director, said four village captains in Paquibato district “surrendered” to them and reported of receiving money from re-electionist Representative Mylene Garcia.  In Mapula village, 27 envelopes with PHP 300 each were allegedly seen, PHP 15,000 in Lumiad village, PHP 20,000 in Paquibato village and PHP 15,000 in Panalum village.

7 years ago

RELEASED

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SPO2 Allan Mariquit Pansoy signs his release order from the New People’s Army Saturday in a village in Maco town,…

7 years ago

NPA releases military, police captives in ComVal

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By ACE R. MORANDANTE & JACOB P. NEPOMUCENO

Davao Today

The NDF said the arrest of Pansoy “reflected the NPA’s consistent compliance to the people’s defense guidelines banning armed politicians and campaigners in revolutionary territories,” while the arrest of Tomas “demonstrated the NPA’s commitment in exacting revolutionary justice against a fascist AFP unit responsible for killing and wounding of children under the pretext of “legitimate encounter” with the NPA.”

7 years ago

NPAs release soldier, cop after 35 days in captivity

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BY MARILOU AGUIRRE-TUBURAN
Davao Today

Davao City Vice-Mayor Rodrigo Duterte who flew in at the release site onboard his private chopper received Pfc. Jezreel Culango and Senior Police Officer 1 Ruel Pasion at the release site during the turnover program. He later brought the two with him onboard his chopper and took them to their respective regional headquarters in Camp Panacan and Camp Catitipan, in Davao City.