By Pecojon.PH Yesterday’s signing of the agreement to establish a Bangsamoro Political Entity brings an P8.5 billion support package to that troubled part of the south, brought tears in the eyes of hardened MILF fighters camped in Cotabato, and earned assurance of further assistance from a “partner for peace.” President Benigno Aquino III, in a …Read More
Three people were hurt when a bomb was detonated outside a department store in Tacurong City, Sultan Kudarat a day after Christmas; over a week after police operatives gunned down a suspected Jemaah Islamiyah bomber in neighboring Davao City. Sr. Supt. Rolen Balquin, Sultan Kudarat Police Office chief, said the bomb was made from a …Read More
The clash between the military and suspected members of the Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) in Sumisip, Basilan earlier this month is exacerbating the island province’s already burgeoning problem of internal displacement.
Two explosions rocked this city mid this month. The first left seven people injured, including a two year old boy, while the second is leading police to suspect a destabilization plot.
It may not be over any material point but there is at least one confidence-raising development between the Philippines and China on Scarborough Shoal.
A local priest is lamenting the problem of child labor in some parts of Mindanao, a dilemma highlighted by aid the national government had to give 30 children working as lumber haulers in several illegal logging sites in Agusan del Norte.
Days after the killing of their fellow radio reporter, two broadcast journalists here report receiving threats and link it to their discussion of illegal mining and logging in Davao Oriental.
Reporting business for a church-run station that air no commentaries, listeners of DXHM-Mati hardly called Nestor Libaton hard-hitting.
Local police are on high alert following a grenade-throwing incident that injured 34 and killed two outside a crowded bar here, 7:45 p.m. of Saturday.