More student leaders and organizations are calling for the head of the National Youth Commission (NYC) to step down from his post.
By offering too much favor to retired officers of the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) and the Philippine National Police (PNP), President Rodrigo Duterte will soon turn his cabinet and other key positions in […]
In the midst of the continuing threats, intimidation, and harassments against the leaders and members of Alliance of Concerned Teachers (ACT), the group announced it has compelled to form a mechanism that will enhance their […]
Around 200 houses were razed in a massive fire that hit Purok 4, Isla Verde, Barangay 23-C in Davao City last Wednesday, February 20 and displaced hundreds of families.
A firefighter cleared some debris after a fire broke out on Wednesday afternoon in Purok 4, Isla Verde, Barangay 23-C in Davao City that destroyed around 200 houses in the area. (Mary Joy Alferez/davaotoday.com)
Authorities on Wednesday have dispelled reports that the hundreds of families in two highland villages in this city fled their homes due to the presence of an armed group on Tuesday night.
The Supreme Court’s decision to uphold the third extension of Martial Law extension in Mindanao until the end of 2019 has drawn flak from various progressive groups, calling it as “outright neglect of human rights.”
The National Union of Journalists of the Philippines (NUJP) called for the immediate decriminalization of libel following the controversial arrest of Maria Ressa and harassment on critical news outfit, Rappler.