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JOURNALIST IN BAGUIO-BENGUET SURVIVES ATTEMPT ON HIS LIFE; CHR CONDEMNS NEW ATTACK ON MEMBERS OF MEDIA

Baguio Correspondents and Broadcasters Club President, and Daily Tribune Correspondent, Aldwin Quitasol survived an attack on his life last March 1, 2022. According to reports from the National Union of Journalists of the Philippines (NUJP) Baguio-Benguet, Quitasol was walking in a dimly lit part of the 2nd Road Quezon Hill, Baguio City when a motorcycle […]

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EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT CALLS FOR THE ABOLITION OF NTF-ELCAC, RELEASE OF POLITICAL PRISONERS, A STOP TO REDTAGGING, AND THE ACCOUNTABILITY OF GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS ON HRVS

February 21, ILOILO – In a vote of 627 or 92%, the European Union Parliament passed the resolution which condemned the situation in the Philippines regarding its human rights record and called for the abolition of the National Task Force to End Local Communist Armed Conflict (NTF – ELCAC). The European Parliament has 705 members […]

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PROGRESSIVES CALL TO LOWER OIL PRICE

ILOILO CITY – Earlier today, progressive groups under BAYAN-Panay held a picket-protest in front of the Land Transportation Office 6 to register their call to immediately lower the prices of petroleum products amid the successive oil price hike for more than two months now. According to Bryan Bosque, spokesperson of the group, the government can […]

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ROXAS MEMORIAL HOSPITAL’S SUPPLEMENTAL BUDGET, STILL HAS NOT BEEN APPROVED; HEALTH CARE WORKERS TO FILE MASS LEAVE

ROXAS CITY – The employees of the Roxas Memorial Provincial Hospital (RMPH) intend to pursue their plan to file for leave of absence if the hospital’s supplemental budget will not be approved. According to Dr. Edmarie Tormon, OIC of RMPH, there are more than 68 healthcare workers who have already filed for leave of absence […]