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NPA raids Benguet police station

BAGUIO CITY — The Jennifer Cariño Command of the New People’s Army-Benguet raided a police sub-station in Barangay Loo, Benguet Province on the evening of May 16, 2017.

Indigenous peoples file complaints vs AFP

MANILA — Katribu joined Indigenous peoples from Ifugao and Lianga, Surigao del Sur as they filed complaints of the Armed Forces of the Philippines’ violations of the Comprehensive Agreement on the Respect for Human Rights and International Humanitarian Law (CARHRIHL) on May 10.

National minorities unmask Oplan Kapayapaan

QUEZON CITY — “In the end phase of the imperialist crisis, it is in the last frontiers of resources – in the ancestral domains of indigenous peoples and territories of national minorities that we see the aggression of the ruling classes, ” reacted Professor Fatima Castillo on the reports of human rights and international humanitarian law violations against national minorities.

Moro-Christian group hits Duterte’s “on-off” stance on Peace Talks

BAGUIO CITY — President Rodrigo Duterte’s “on-off-on” stance on the peace negotiations with the National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) is “nauseating” as state-perpetrated violence among national minorities and activists continue to rise, a grassroots alliance of Muslims and Christians said.

NPA warns public of state agents’ extortion

BAGUIO CITY — New People’s Army guerillas operating in Mountain Province warns the public of “state agents” posing as collectors of revolutionary taxes as part of their anti-insurgency campaign.

Maiwaras ti claims dagiti biktima ti Martial Law

BAGUIO CITY — Manipud Mayo 12, 2017, maipablaak a sangkapaset wenno by batches ti nagan dagiti aprubado a claimants iti Luzon, Visayas ken Rehiyon 9, 10, 12, CARAGA ken ARMM basar iti pinal a desisyon kadagiti claims, segun iti pakdaar ti Human Rights Victims’ Claims Board (HRVCB).

Students call for free education now

BAGUIO CITY – Different youth and students organizations trooped at the Malcolm People’s Park last May 12, to express their disappointment with the implementing rules and regulations (IRR) of the P8.3B tuition policy drafted by the Commission on Higher Education (CHEd) and the Department of Budget and Management (DBM).

Government’s “backing-out” of free tuition hit

BAGUIO CITY — Several youth and student groups converged at a rally at People’s Park, here on May 12 to express dismay on the government-released implementing rules and regulation (IRR) on free tuition, saying students have no guarantees to enjoy free matriculation for the ensuing year.

Senior High classrooms in Cordillera short by 60%

BAGUIO CITY — As thousands of Grade 11 completers are expected to go back to school and finish their last year in the Senior High School this June, the Department of Education (DepEd) Cordillera reported that there are still not enough classrooms.

Condo construction erodes newly paved road

BAGUIO CITY — The contractor for the construction of a condominium here had to bring down a section of the newly paved Gibraltar road, near Good Shepherd Convent and the Mines View Park last May 11 after the soil underneath eroded.

Makan a la Pinoy: Creamy Maja Blanca

Ti immuna a timplak iti maja blanca ket saan unay a creamy ngem naimas met. Pinadas ko a linaokan ti all-purpose cream ket nanannanam daytoy ken creamy a kasla ice cream.

Burburtia Krokis

1 balikutsa (Ilok)
9 sipsip, tagas (Ilok)
14 maigsi (Ilok)
15 ligo (Kankanaey)