Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) founder Jose Maria “Joma” Sison who is currently based in Netherlands commented that “Duterte’s plummeting approval and trust ratings amid the soaring prices of basic commodities, arrest of opposition leaders, disgruntled elements in the military and the formation of groups opposed to the administration, would hasten the end of […]
Bayan Muna chair Neri Colmenares accused the Duterte administration of treating dissent as a crime, denouncing the arrest of nine members of militant groups in a series of operations by the military.
Nearly a century of marijuana prohibition came to an end as Canada became the first major Western nation to legalize and regulate its sale for recreational use.
You could be fined $60,000 or put in prison if you refuse.
President Rodrigo Duterte admitted that his ‘only sin’ is the extrajudicial killings as collateral damage for his administration’s brutal war against illegal drugs.
Edgar Matobato, self-confessed member of the notorious Davao Death Squad, categorically said that he personally witnessed Rodrigo Duterte kill at least eight times.
To cope with the increase of domestic and international inbound tourists in the Philippines, Cebu Pacific executive Mike Szücs announced their aim of flying more passengers in 2018 and onward.
Of course, the real member is very much alive.
Victoria’s health department head will have three days to decide whether to sign off on each bid for voluntary euthanasia when the practice becomes legal in nine months’ time.
Kristin Joy Evangelio was a very young lass when the Ateneo Alumni Assn of Australia decided to sponsor her entry into high school at Ateneo de Naga. Having just completed her primary studies in a public school, the young Evangelio topped the short list of candidates deliberated on by directors of the Ateneo Alumni Australia.
Of this number, about 150,000 of them are in the casino bayside area.
where over a hundred prisoners sleep in a cell amid PH President Duterte’s merciless war on drugs. MANILA — Jason Madarang, awaiting trial on a charge of drug use, is in a muggy, windowless cell in a Manila prison so overcrowded that inmates must sleep in halls and stairwells and share each toilet with 150 […]