Seven bodies belonging to one family from Zamboanga del Sur were found buried in a remote town in Sapad, Lanao del Norte last Sunday, January 6, three of whom were minors.
Archbishop Emeritus Fernando Capalla, who headed the Diocese of Davao for 16 years, passed away on January 6 at the age of 89.
During the 28th Conference of the Parties on Nov. 30 to Dec. 12 held in Dubai, world leaders have officially launched the loss and damage fund (LDF).
Just right at the entrance of the Expo City in Dubai where the 28th Conference of the Parties was held were climate activists and members of the civil society organizations calling for the phaseout of fossil fuel and demanding immediate climate action.
Wednesday’s transport strike led by Transmision-Piston paralyzed around 70 to 99% of the jeepney routes in Davao City as they oppose the impending Davao Bus System that will displace the old kings of the road.
This Wednesday, December 27, most of the 6,000 jeepney drivers will join the transport strike to oppose the phaseout of jeepneys.
Around 300 students of Mindanao State University (MSU) Marawi campus staged a rally Monday, December 12, to oppose the administration’s move to resume classes for the month a week after the bombing that killed four and injured more than 40.
Human rights advocates in Davao City commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights on December 10 with a program calling for the end of political repression against activists, community workers, and indigenous peoples.
Vice President Sara Duterte’s opposition to the resumption of peace talks with the National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) has not gained support from allies in the Marcos Jr. administration.
The date November 23, when Philippine government representatives and the National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) signed a joint statement for the possible resumption of peace talks, is significant, says a peace and human rights observer.