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Dumaguete diocese asks Marcos to veto creation of Negros region

The church leaders pointed out how creating the NIR threatens to exacerbate the inequalities between Negros Oriental and Negros Occidental

Marcos Jr’s Charter change: A Threat to Filipino Migrants and the...

Filipino migrants become unwitting pawns in a larger geopolitical game, serving the interests of foreign powers and multinational corporations

Int’l coalition slams Blinken visit, US military expansion in the PH

US maintains a strong presence in the South China Sea, with military aircraft overflights, so-called freedom of navigation operations

Marcos Jr’s visit to Germany amidst human rights concerns in the...

Filipinos abroad, particularly those in Germany, must actively engage in advocacy for human rights, transparency, and accountability

Philippines’ Marcos sees Chinese actions in South China Sea with ‘great...

The latest incidents involving Philippine and Chinese vessels took place on Tuesday in waters around Second Thomas Shoal

KWENTUHAN SA BARBERYA: Paano makatitipid sa ‘di kinakailangang ChaCha?

Kinasangkapan ng mga promtor ng ChaCha ang kahirapan para linlangin ang taumbayan sa mga pangakong ayuda at iba pang modus

Marcos says Philippines on ‘frontline’ of maritime disputes, ‘will not yield’

Beijing has long deployed the coast guard and other vessels around the Scarborough Shoal to prevent Philippine access

Philippine church groups join 38th EDSA People Power Anniversary protest 

“A testament to the power of the people” and “a reminder that collective action can overcome even the most daunting challenges”

Why people’s initiative to amend Philippine Constitution reeks of ‘Marcosian tactics’

During the time of Marcos Sr., the 1973 Constitution was overwhelmingly ratified by 35,000 barangays gathered into “citizen’s assemblies.”

Filipino farmers call for immediate land distribution

Task Force Mapalad emphasized the urgency of President Marcos's intervention to ensure the rapid distribution of CARP-covered lands

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