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The killing of the farmers has sparked outrage in Muslim communities after initial investigations revealed that the victims were executed
Authorities have earlier closed 176 tribal schools in Mindanao and have threatened to close 40 more for various reasons
Eid al-Adha honors the willingness of Ibrahim to sacrifice his son Ismael as an act of obedience to God's command.
The war in Marawi leveled the city to the ground and affected close to half a million people, many of whom still live in temporary shelters
The “transportation support program” is the NGOs' answer to the government’s prohibition of “back-riding” on motorcycles.
As of June 2020, there are 4,129 families or 17,482 individuals who are still displaced in Mindanao due to armed conflict
The groups called on all parties to “de-escalate” armed violence that displaces people and put communities at risk of COVID-19
People’s access to subsidies during the pandemic and people’s anxiety amidst the loss of livelihood and unresolved clan wars fuel violence
The telling and retelling of the story of Dapitan's "Flores de Mayo" and its symbols is one reason why the religious tradition lives on
It would have been easier for Lady (not her real name) to make it through the lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic...
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