On February 17, 1872, Filipino clergy Fathers Mariano Gomez, Jose Burgos and Jacinto Zamora (also known as GOMBURZA) were executed at Bagumbayan through garrote or strangulation. The Spanish Colonial Government tried them by a court-martial […]
Ging Reyes, head of ABS-CBN’s Integrated News and Current Affairs, thanks supporters during the Red Friday for Press Freedom last Feb. 14. (Photo by Carlo Manalansan / Bulatlat) The National Union of Journalists in the […]
Stranded OFWs urge lifting of HK travel ban; quarantined Pinoy seafarer’s daughter seeks medical repatriation for dad
Hong Kong domestic worker Eleveneth Baldero said she fears losing her job due to the travel ban imposed by the Manila government to the Chinese territory. Contractual workers like her may be fired if unable […]
Members of the LGBTQIA+ community commemorate the 50th anniversary of Stonewall Riots, June 28, in Manila. (Photo by John Aaron Mark Macaraeg/ Bulatlat) LGBTQIA+ group Bahaghari condemned the said police operation, saying it “disgustingly reeks […]
Indigenous peoples from Cambodia prepare food for dinner as part of their community integration with a mining affected community in Nueva Vizcaya, Philippines. (Photo by Carlo Manalansan) The post Food preparation appeared first on Bulatlat.
Environmental groups have urged everyone to protect the Panigan-Tamugan watershed to keep a clean water source for Dabawenyos.
Soldiers of the 1st Infantry Brigade tell the fact finding mission that farmers John Ardy Cacao and Jason Calunin could have been brought to Southern Luzon Command in Lucena if they were arrested. (Photo courtesy […]