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Hoya workers decry surveillance and harassment during protest on anniv of illegal dismisal

Sto. Tomas, Batangas – On the eve of Labor Day and instead of freely expressing their condemnation a year after the illegal dismisal of 2,600 workers from Hoya Glass Disk Philippines, the workers who staged a picket-protest in front of the First Philippines Industrial Park (FPIP) 5PM on April 30 only felt the fangs of state repression closing in on their calls. 552 more words


"Icing on the cake"

ILOILO City – Militants here described the presentation of the Philippine Army as nothing but “icing on the cake” on the deployment of civil military operations (CMO) battalion in Iloilo City. 498 more words


City council "no idea" on military deployment

ILOILO City – Iloilo City Councilor and Chair on Committee on Police, Fire, Penology, Public Safety, Order & Security Atty. Joshua C. Alim was surprised to know that members of the Philippine Army are in the city to conduct civil military operations such as medical missions, clean-up drives and anti-drug clearing exercises among others. 484 more words


Justice for HRV Victims in Cordillera Will Never Be Served Under US-Aquino Regime

As Cordillera people commemorate Human Rights Day on Dec.10, we, the regional formation of ANAKBAYAN in Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR) will remain vigilant as the situation of human rights continues to get worse as Benigno Aquino’s Oplan Bayanihan intensifies. 424 more words

Families of desaparecidos write letters to Pope Francis

November 2, 2014

MANILA – “Your Holiness, please intercede for us in seeking justice for our disappeared loved ones,” wrote families of desaparecidos to Pope Francis as they gathered at Plaza Miranda on All Souls Day. 497 more words

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Political prisoners go on fasting until Aquino’s SONA

Nestor Corrales | Inquirer.net

MANILA, Philippines- Hundreds of political prisoners in the country started fasting on Friday until the State of the Nation Address (Sona) of President Benigno Aquino III on Monday. 251 more words