THE numbers were rising, from ten dead on the spot to 14 a day later.
SunStar Davao columnist Daf Padilla, thus, started sending out feelers for the stories of those who died. Two days later, she already has snippets of the life of 13.Read more
MESSAGE of sympathies, condemnation and support to President Rodrigo Duterte in his bid to give justice to victims of the powerful explosion that rocked the crowded Roxas Night Market on September 2 continue to pour in.Read more
EXPECT to see more police and soldiers in terminals, churches, and malls. Head for the air or seaports earlier, and expect a longer security check. Cooperate with authorities.Read more
FOURTEEN people were killed while 67 were injured in a bloody explosion Friday night at a busy night market in Davao City.
The Davao City Police Office provided the official count of casualties and injured as of 6 a.m, Saturday.Read more
(UPDATED) -- Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process Jesus Dureza clarified Wednesday morning that martial law is not in effect in relation to President Rodrigo Duterte's declaration of state of lawlessness earlier dawn.Read more
(UPDATED) -- At least 14 people were killed while 67 others were injured in an explosion at the night market on Corner Padre Gomez St., Roxas Avenue, Davao City, around 9:50 p.m., Friday, September 2, authorities reported.Read more