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IT WAS a scene culled right out of Hollywood movie -- people are running away from the humans who were infected by an unknown virus, turning them into feral creatures, their flesh are rotting, their hunger for human flesh is ...
From 1825 days ago
OPAPP’s role gets mixed reaction from lawmakers
THE Office of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process (Opapp), the government agency that deals with peace talks with five different tables, has received mixed reaction from two Mindanao lawmakers in connection to the current crisis in Zamboanga City. Representative ...
From 1826 days ago
Martial Law victims call for indemnification release
FORMER political detainees across the region are seeking the fast tracking of the release of their compensation through Republic Act (RA) 10368 or the Human Rights Victims Reparation and Recognition Act of 2013. The Samahan ng mga Ex-Detainess Laban sa Detensyon ...
From 1829 days ago
DSWD mulls suing 2 CSOs, NGOs
THE Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) in Northern Mindanao on Wednesday shied away from the controversial Priority Development Assistance Fund (PDAF) from congressmen in the region saying that it has not received any funding from PDAF sourced assistance ...
From 1832 days ago
Groups call for humanitarian ceasefire in Zambo siege
AS THE siege of Zamboanga City deepens, several groups have called for an immediate humanitarian ceasefire to ease civilian suffering, if not, for the parties involved in the armed skirmishes to “delineate a humanitarian corridor” to provide space where the ...
From 1837 days ago
Cagayan de Oro City on full alert
CAGAYAN DE ORO -- A full alert status has been raised here by the Cagayan de Oro City Police Office (Cocpo) following the shutdown of Zamboanga City after a group of alleged Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF) members engaged in ...
From 1842 days ago
Gov’t urged: Delay interim Mindanao power market
ESTABLISHING the Interim Mindanao Electricity Market (IMEM) is not yet “ripe” due to the power shortage situation in Mindanao, said the Association of Mindanao Rural Electric Cooperative (Amreco), the island’s biggest consortium of electric coops. With this, Amreco, whose 33 member-electric ...
From 1845 days ago
Police track remaining 13 Bukidnon jail breakers
THE manhunt to recapture the remaining 13 prison breakers from Valencia City jail in Barangay Pinatilan on Wednesday continues as five escapees have been captured and three surrendered, police said on Thursday. Police Superintendent Ronnie Francis Cariaga, spokesperson ...
From 1846 days ago
22 inmates escape Bukidnon prison
TWENTY-TWO inmates bolted out from the Valencia City jail in Barangay Pinatilan Wednesday afternoon taking with them six shotguns and five 9mm firearms from the prison’s armory. Bureau of Jail Management and Penology (BJMP) in Northern Mindanao director Marlon Torregae said ...
From 1847 days ago
IFI bishops urge Aquino to abolish ‘pork’
BISHOPS and priests of Iglesia Filipina Independiente (IFI) from across the country and abroad condemned the utter greediness and corruption plaguing the country and called for the abolition of pork barrel in a press conference here Wednesday. After their three-day meeting, ...
From 1847 days ago