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Bishop renews call for probe into killings of indigenous people in...

Bishop Gerardo Alminaza of San Carlos made the appeal after reports that those killed tested negative from gunpowder residue

Catholic bishop warns killings in Negros to spread if ‘roots of...

The bishop said that to date, there are at least 106 cases of “unsolved extrajudicial killings” in Negros Island

Bishop urges Filipinos to wear white on Christmas, New Year to...

By wearing white, the Catholic faithful can show their “collective call to end the killings, the pandemic, and the abuse of our common home”

The life and death of a servant of God

“It is a grave omission to remain silent and passive and allow perpetrators (of killings and rights abuses) to get away”

Catholic bishop condemns ‘unstoppable murders’ in central Philippines

Red-tagged doctor, husband, shot dead in Negros Oriental province

On Human Rights Day, Filipinos demand accountability for abuses

Activists demanded accountability for those who experienced hunger, victims of the 'war on drugs,' and those most affected by the pandemic

Diocese ng San Carlos, nanawagan ng respeto sa karapatang pantao

Patuloy na pinaninindigan ng Diyosesis ng San Carlos na ang karapatan sa buhay ay dapat na mapangalagaan ng batas at ng mga institusyon

Philippine church group joins clamor against alleged labor rights violations

The Church People and Workers Solidarity made the call during the "Global Day of Action for Jobs, Rights, Safety, and Accountability"

Obispo, nanawagan na itigil ang ‘red-tagging’

Ayon sa obispo, ang “red-tagging” ay nag-aanyaya lamang ng karahasan sa mga taong iniuugnay sa mga rebeldeng komunista

Church, green groups welcome Philippines’ new energy policy with caution

The Philippines’ Department of Energy announced that it will no longer endorse new coal power plant projects

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