“Do we light a candle for him or do we offer flowers?” By IAN IRVING BAZARTE Bulatlat MANILA – Romeo ‘Ka Omek’ Ancheta walks into the tiny living room of his small two-story house in Obrero village, Tondo, Manila, minutes after telling his grandchildren outside to quiet down for a while because he was to…
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The military exerts control not only over the traffic of people but the flow of information, too.
‘Marawi will be truly flattened’ — Humanitarian mission airs people’s sentiments vs martial law, gov’t airstrikes in Mindanao
“Corpses of civilians litter Marawi City streets, unrecovered by families who were forcibly evacuated or driven out by fear of aerial strikes.”
Former political prisoner Ronald Lucero has spent 17 years in jail, but he takes it all as part of the struggle.
Charged with trumped-up criminal cases, Jose Ceriales has been in prison since he was only 22. He recently walked out a free man at age 54.
Tanggol Wika demands that the agency issue another memo retaining Panitikan subjects.
Jennifer has been declared innocent without diyyah or blood money payment.
“The Philippines is an agricultural country, and we have all the means to grow the amount of food that we currently import.”
“They executed an affidavit and yet they are in the custody of the military. So what was the motive behind that?”
The group Tanggol Wika is up in arms against the agency’s new memos.
The election of the Europeanist Macron, who is a real child of the banking system and of the forces of globalization, to the presidency of France has prevented, on the one hand, the automatic activation of the decomposing procedures of a European Union that is under the German control and has created, on the other hand, an incredible illusion in the bureaucratic circles of Brussels with regard to the prospects of its longevity.