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Bandillo: Justice for Antique 7

On the midnight of August 15, 2018, seven personnel and staff of NDFP-Panay were attacked and murdered by combined elements of the 301st Brigade, 61st Infantry Battalion, Antique PMF, and San Jose police in Atabay, San Jose, Antique.

Makan a la Pinoy: Bistek Tagalog

Ti Bistek Tagalog ket maibilang a tradisional a luto a Filipino nga impluensia ti Español manipud iti saoda a bistec wenno steak iti English.

As The Bamboos Sway: Safe from the Chaos of the Outside World

Yesterday I sat by a cluster of fountains. The main center spout spurted at least 10 feet high, reaching for the midmorning clouds dotting the azure skies. The rest, a dozen of them, swayed with equal reach of at least five feet around the center. Altogether, they were a wonderful sight to behold apart from the tiny rainbows that broke the sunrays to the colors that they are. Moreover, the thunderous splashing from each spout produced a musical cadence that harmonized into a magical choir that stirred my very soul.

Daranudor Ti Ilocandia: Apay a “rehimen US-Duterte” ti ipukpukawda? (2/3)

Immununan a natalantan iti daytoy a kolum ti kasilpo ti saan a mailibak nga impluwensia ti US iti ekonomia ti pagilian. Napateg nga ununaen daytoy gaputa iti benneg ti panaggobierno, ti konsiderasion kasilpo dagiti ramen ti ekonomia ti kangrunaan a mangikedkeddeng ti dadduma pay a banag kas ti linteg ken programa. Addaan daytoy ti dakkel a kaipapanan iti tay-ak ti politika, partikular iti benneg ti depensa ken militar.

Four Walls And Beyond: Overworked and underpaid

The story of the young teacher who took her life to get away from the stressful and enormous workload has been a hot topic circulating on social media in the past few days. Her colleagues even launched a “Justice” Facebook page where expressions of grief and sympathies flooded. They were seeking justice while ranting against piles of paper work the DepEd has been requiring. They also expressed concerns that if their sentiments were left unattended, such incident would happen again in the future.

Weekly Reflections: Ways of being Church

We are in deep crisis politically, economically, and even culturally or spiritually. Our President is contemplating to resign due to endemic corruption in the government bureaucracy. Our economy is also getting worse as prices of basic commodities are going up uncontrolled, while thousands of our people continue to brave the dangers of distant lands in search of much needed dollars to keep their bodies and souls and families alive.