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Human Rights Watch hits government inaction over new spate of drug-related...

In an event on March 22, Mayor Duterte told drug users that if they “won’t stop” and “won’t leave” the city, “I will kill you”.

Caritas Philippines: Full cooperation with ICC, ‘not sign of weakness’ 

The ICC probe is “not a witch hunt,” but “a crucial step towards ensuring justice and accountability for those responsible."

Groups doubt new DA chief’s sincerity in solving agri problems

Frabelle is involved in the controversial Manila Bay reclamation projects, particularly in Bacoor, Cavite, and Navotas City.

Philippines appoints fishing tycoon to top agriculture post

Marcos said Laurel's priority was gaining "control of the prices of all the agricultural commodities that are going up"

Farmers challenge Marcos to fast-track land distribution

“It is really frustrating. We have long been waiting for the process to be completed. How many more years do we have to wait?”

Marcos faces ‘vintage’ land reform problems

Marcos Jr. remains quiet on his plans for land reform as he faces a tall order in implementing the long overdue program

Human Rights Watch raises alarm over enforced disappearances

Conde lambasted the infectivity of the law against enforced disappearances – the first in Asia – that Congress enacted in 2012.

Unfinished business: Philippines’ land reform program 

Aging and in their twilight years, farmers interviewed by TFM lament the frustratingly slow land distribution process

Fight historical distortion amidst de facto martial law, says Catholic bishop

The prelate said the “plot to whitewash and deodorize Marcos dictatorship” is now happening in a “de facto martial law”

Philippine groups renew calls to repeal Anti-Terror Law on 51st Martial...

The groups condemned the "weaponization" of the law, citing its ambiguous and sweeping definitions, which are used to silence dissenters

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