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Marawi prelate: ML may soon be lifted in Marawi

Marawi prelate: ML may soon be lifted in Marawi

By Ferdinand Patinio

MANILA (Philippines News Agency) — Martial law in Mindanao could be lifted soon following Marawi City’s liberation from the hands of the Maute terrorist group, Marawi Bishop Edwin dela Peña said Wednesday. 386 more words

Philippines

Duterte's falling out with the Left

Like many marriages, President Rodrigo Duterte’s alliance with the Left started out like a dream.

Despite Duterte’s boast of being the only leftist and socialist presidential candidate in the 2016 elections, the Left did not support his candidacy. 1,502 more words

Articles

Mga Garalgal na Parangal: Ilang Sabi-sabi sa Apo sa Ika-22 Siglo at Mga Abtsraktong Parangal*

Neither panaginip nor pangarap, mukhang pangitain ang hatid nitong mga parangal na ‘to. Pwede ring tawaging mga absurdong abstrakto—kahangalang harayain na isang daan taon mula ngayon, magdaraos ng isang kumperensyang tatawaging “Apo sa ika-22 Siglo: Mga Perspektiba sa Tadhana ng Lahing Dakila”—ngunit kailangan pa ring mag-ingat, unless matuklasan sa huli na, the joke is on us. 1,004 more words

Arte Arte

[From the web] Youth showed force in a Millennial Throwback Forum organized by Balay Rehabilitation Center during the national day of protest

Youth showed force in a Millennial Throwback Forum organized by Balay Rehabilitation Center during the national day of protest

Various youth groups and young individuals from different universities and organizations flocked at the Bantayog ng mga Bayani Auditorium in the morning of September 21 to listen to first-hand experiences of Martial Law survivors during the Martial Rule of Ferdinand Marcos. 215 more words

Human Rights

Bugout! California Part 150 - The Livery Stable

Jules woke up from a long sleep, the feeling of panic hitting him as he reached for Shelley on her empty side of the bed. He picked up his phone. 3,382 more words

Fiction

Bugout! California Part 149 - Southern Strategy

The artillery pieces were off the flatbeds now, arrayed in a long row along Old Highway 80. Most of the fog had burned off, the desert heating up quickly, even though it was still before 8:00 AM. 3,158 more words

Fiction

#LakbayMagsasaka | Bukidnon, Davao farmers struggle vs. big plantations  

Agricultural workers under the Unyon ng Manggagawa sa Agrikultura (UMA) in different parts of the country expresses its solidarity and will join our brothers from Bukidnon and Davao del Norte in the protest caravan demanding genuine agrarian reform and an end to worsening state fascism” says John Milton Lozande, secretary general of UMA. 638 more words

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