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PREACHING DANGEROUSLY | Clergies under threat for advocating human rights and environmental protection

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In Northern Philippines,the red-tagging frenzy of the Duterte administration has transformed ordinary days into hellish experiences for members of the clergy advocating environmental protection and respect of human rights.

Youth groups chide Cordillera cops for “shameless denial” of red-tagging cases

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Youth and student groups called the Police Regional Office Codillera “shameless” for denying its policy to red-tag activists and their organizations despite several cases of police admitting orders to distribute malicious flyers and apologizing for their baseless accusations.

Reds condemn 54th IB for condoning rape of minor in Ifugao

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The NPA and revolutionary women's group Makibaka condemned the 54th IB for condoning one of its soldier who raped a minor twice in Ifugao province.

Public urged to oppose Baguio Market rehab under private corporations

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Tongtongan ti Umili urged the public to oppose the rehabilitation of the Baguio City Market by private corporations, saying that the development of public facilities under the Public-Private Partnership has more consequences than positive effects.

Bistro a nangpabaro iti burger ken mangimpleo iti PWDs

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Saanko a maikompara ti black burger ti Blaqk Street Bistro ta awan pay met ti sabali a naramanak a black burger. Ngem segun iti naramanak, naimas ti burger-da. Iti amin a naramanak a burger, daytoy laeng ti husto kaniak ti timpla ti patty-na, saan a naapgad.

Underscoring the role of the church in pursuing just and lasting peace

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During the founding assembly of One Faith, One Nation, One Voice Cordillera in Baguio City, Anglican Bishop Rex Reyes underlined the important role of the church in pursuing peace based on justice amid the heightened attacks against the people and hostilities between the revolutionary forces and the government.

UPB launches Encyclopedia of Philippine Art, opens Kaledjo Shiyay 2

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The University of the Philippines Baguio presented the Second edition of the “CCP Encyclopedia of Philippine Art.” The activity coincided with the art exhibit titled "Kaledjo Shiyay 2," featuring works by the alumni and current students of Certificate in Fine Arts and Bachelor of Fine Arts.

IP rights advocate slated for the International Conference on Cordillera Studies

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Renowned IP, women's and environmental rights advocate Dr. Priscilla Settee is set to speak at the third International Conference on Cordillera Studies on July 8-10 this year. Call for papers is extended until February 25.

Groups pay tribute to fallen NPAs in Ilocos

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Groups paid tribute to the three New People’s Army members Julius Marque, Eniabel Balunos, and Ma. Finela Mejia for their “selfless service” to the people and revolution. The military killed the three in Brgy. Namatican, Sta. Lucia on the evening of February 13.

NUJP submits 200K signatures in support of ABS-CBN franchise

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The National Union of Journalists of the Philippines submitted to Congress a list of 200,000 petitioners, gathered through actual signature gathering and a change.org petition, to push for the renewal of ABS-CBN's franchise.

AMARC condemns the arrest of broadcaster Frenchie Mae Cumpio of the Philippines

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International radio broadcasters' association AMARC Asia-Pacific condemned the arrest of Tacloban radio broadcaster Frenchie Mae Cumpio, who had been under surveillance and had been tagged a "ranking NPA member" by the military.

Piston hits “unfair, arbitrary and premature” garage inspection

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Transport group Piston-Metro Baguio slammed the "unfair and baseless" garage inspection conducted by the Baguio City government, saying this move forces pressure on small PUV operators to adopt PUV modernization.

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PREACHING DANGEROUSLY | Clergies under threat for advocating human rights and environmental protection

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In Northern Philippines,the red-tagging frenzy of the Duterte administration has transformed ordinary days into hellish experiences for members of the clergy advocating environmental protection and respect of human rights.

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Farmers say NTA, negligent and accountable for the low price of tobacco

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Tobacco farmers criticize the National Tobacco Administration for its negligence to ensure the early resolution of the price deadlock during the Tripartite Conference in September 2019. They said the agency should be held accountable for the consistently low price of dried tobacco leaves.