Witnesses and families under the government’s Witness Protection Program (WPP) are seeking assistance from Justice Sec. Menardo Guevarra after failing to receive their allowances and benefits for two months now.
Author: Kristan Carag
The Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) seized one kilogram of crystallized methamphetamine, popularly known as shabu, estimated to be worth Php 5 million, during a raid in a condominium unit
The last batch of Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs), who were given amnesty by the Kuwaiti Government, have returned to the Philippines. Via Qatar Airways Flight QR 934, 215 OFWs arrived
The preparations for the 34th Republic of the Philippines – United States of America (USA) Balikatan Exercises 2018 is already finished. The USA Embassy in Manila confirmed that the Philippines
A soldier was killed during an encounter with alleged communists in Sitio Canayan, Mahaplag, Leyte. At abou 6:00PM, April 21, the scout platoon of the 78th Infantry Batallion clashed with
More than one million Filipinos filed their Certificates of Candidacy (CoCs) for about 600,000 positions in the upcoming village (barangay) and youth council (Sangguniang Kabataan) elections. The Commission on Elections
The Associated Labor Union – Trade Union Congress of the Philippines (ALU-TUCP) is supportive of President Rodrigo Duterte’s recent order to the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE). In a
The Department of Foreign Affairs assured the public that no Filipino was hurt during the offensive of Syrians against Islamic militants in Damascus. According to DFA, the Philippine embassy in
The Kuwaiti government has served summon and protest notes to Philippine Ambassador Renato Pedro Villa due to the rescue of distressed Filipino workers and for statements against the Arab state.
Gabriela Women’s Partylist Rep. Emmi De Jesus questions why President Rodrigo Duterte sees Sister Fox as an enemy, since the advocacy of the Australian nun is to check on the