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TUGUEGARAO CITY — Indigenous communities like Zinundungan Valley in Rizal town, Cagayan province that have long been neglected and militarized will benefit from the continuation of the peace talks between the Philippine Government (GPh) and National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP), according to a human rights defender in Cagayan Valley.
RIZAL, Cagayan — Delegates to the International Solidarity Mission (ISM) vowed to bring to the International Conference of People’s Rights in the Philippines (ICPRP) the cases of human rights violations they documented in Zinundungan Valley in Rizal, Cagayan.
RIZAL, Cagayan — On July 18, delegates to the International Solidarity Mission (ISM) visited the Aggay village in San Juan, one of the barangays of Zinundungan Valley in Rizal town, Cagayan province.
RIZAL, Cagayan — Six years has passed but Salamea Agbayani still cries when she remembers what happened of July 23, 2011.
RIZAL, Cagayan — Home to indigenous communities of the Kalinga, Aggays and the Malauegs, Zinundungan Valley has been plagued by military operations supposedly against New People’s Army rebels since the 1980s.
BAGUIO CITY — The Pagkakaisa ng mga Samahan ng mga Tsuper at Opereytors Nationwide (Piston) Metro-Baguio supports the resumption of the long-stalled peace talks between the Government of the Philippines (GPh) and the National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) that is scheduled on August 20 as they called for the inclusion of Virgilio Corpuz in the list of political prisoners to be released.