The military exerts control not only over the traffic of people but the flow of information, too.
Month: June 2017
By DANIEL BOONE Bulatlat Around 400 families cramped inside tight-spaced evacuation centers, with no electricity nor water supply. This is how delegates from a humanitarian mission described the situation of evacuees who fled from war-torn Marawi City. There are also few doctors and health workers to check the ill, the humanitarian mission report said. “Hindi…
‘Marawi will be truly flattened’ — Humanitarian mission airs people’s sentiments vs martial law, gov’t airstrikes in Mindanao
“Corpses of civilians litter Marawi City streets, unrecovered by families who were forcibly evacuated or driven out by fear of aerial strikes.”
It is a riddle why the thousands of AFP troops, with a tremendous amount of firepower, have not yet driven ISIS fighters away, much less neutralize them.
Former political prisoner Ronald Lucero has spent 17 years in jail, but he takes it all as part of the struggle.
Charged with trumped-up criminal cases, Jose Ceriales has been in prison since he was only 22. He recently walked out a free man at age 54.
“We have learned this from history: martial law did not bring peace.”
Tanggol Wika demands that the agency issue another memo retaining Panitikan subjects.
By MARY ANGELIQUE TACATA
Jennifer has been declared innocent without diyyah or blood money payment.
Yes…! The ball is rolling forward again, though slowly, for the GRP-NDFP peace talks. Both parties are moving cautiously but expressing determination to pursue and achieve their agreed-on targets, following the unprecedented progress racked up in the first three rounds of formal negotiations. As narrated in this space last week, the GRP panel interdicted the…