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Court acquits 2 accused in Philippines’ first anti-terror law case

The two Aetas were the first to be charged for violating Republic Act 11479 or the country’s Anti-Terrorism Act of 2020

SPOTLIGHT: Philippine environment defenders in the crosshairs of red-taggers

Red-tagging of individuals and groups have led to illegal arrests, harassment, and extra-judicial killings

SPOTLIGHT: Pandemic, ‘development project’ threaten survival of Philippine tribe

Many times people are tagged as criminals when they resist development projects, says Aeta man

Aetas of Tarlac vow to defend tribe’s ancestral land from government’s...

“Land is more valuable than money,” said an Aeta tribal elder. "With this land, we will never run out of fruits and vegetables."

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