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Category: Breaking News
Anti-Terror Council to publish designated ‘terrorists’ tomorrow
Esperon, who sits as the vice-chair of the terror council, refused to provide Associate Justice Estela Perlas-Bernabe the names of those they will designate as terrorists as it may preempt the ATC.
‘Inhumane’ | Group raises alarm on worsening health of detained Lumad student, chieftain
Detained Grade 10 student Esmelito Oribawan and Datu Benito Bay-ao have fallen ill in jail.
SC junks Marcos’s electoral protest vs. Robredo
The Supreme Court junked the electoral protest filed by former Senator Bongbong Marcos against Vice President Leni Robredo on Tuesday, Feb. 16.
Guards beat up 6 farmers in Hacienda Yulo in Laguna
Six farmers, including a minor, were beaten up by elements of the Seraph Security Agency in Hacienda Yulo, barangay Canlubang, Calamba, Laguna.
‘Termination of UP-DND Accord had no legal basis’ – law expert
“DND, in its letter, has failed to show any overriding public interest to interfere with UP’s academic freedom. It did not show any clear and present danger which can limit a student or a professor’s civil liberty to freely think and express his or her view.”
3-month-old daughter of political prisoner passes away
“What kind of justice system, nay society do we have to let this inhumanity and injustice to mother and child happen?”
Lawyers urge court to allow political prisoner to comfort her dying daughter
“The movant [Nasino] thus prays that she be placed on a furlough so that she may be with her baby during her last days.”
3-month-old daughter of political prisoner in critical condition, group calls for release of mother
“There is nothing more heartbreaking for a mother than being separated with her child whose life is now at greatest risk.”
UNHRC adopts reso sparing PH from international probe into rights abuses
Despite its shortcomings, the resolution remains “among the indications of the international community’s acknowledgement of and persisting scrutiny on the human rights crisis” under the Duterte administration.
Court junks rebellion raps against community journalist
In a decision dated Sept. 17, Judge Corpuz Alzate of Bangued Regional Trial Court Branch 2 said that the “state had no evidence to present” against Sherwin De Vera.