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“Water is part of national patrimony. If only a few control the sources of water, you could not drink if they would not allow it.”
Nature’s beauty and lessons in people’s struggles in one bike trip.
Dr. Dao received exceptional treatment, but passenger abuse is built into the airlines’ business model.
The fourth round of formal peace talks between the Government of the Republic of the Philippines (GRP) and the National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) got off to a halting start last April 3, a full day after the scheduled formal opening. For a while, it was unclear whether the talks would open at…
By RITCHE SALGADO you loved another no tear would fall no wailing heard mem’ries sealed, locked six feet under your face, your voice forgotten, lost pain, rejection thorns, nails, whip, cross sitting, perturbed dazed, paralyzed gloom covered skies dark matter cloaked disappeared deep into the pain of love obscured rejection, stabbed grief, sorrow, gloom the…
In returning for another Lakbayan and camping out in the capital, the Lumad hope to thresh out with the DSWD a workable and acceptable rehabilitation program that would allow them to get back on their feet.
Human rights violations are unrelenting in the countryside.
“Where is the change that you promised?”
MANILA – As the World Health Organization (WHO) marks World Health Day on April 7, progressive health workers and professionals link worsening poverty and lack of social services to the growing number of people with depression. The theme for World Health Day 2017 is “Depression: Let’s talk.” Health Alliance for Democracy (Head) secretary general Dr.…