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Sagada folk oppose Ayala, corporate ventures from outsiders

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Residents of tourist town Sagada in Mountain Province declared opposition against the entry of Ayala corporation and other big businesses in their town following the municipal council's resolution affirming the established cultural rule that prohibits the sale of land to outsiders.

NPA dismisses persona non grata in Mountain Province

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The NPA command in Mountain Province said they will continue their revolutionary work in the province despite the persona non grata declarations and intensified military operations.

Youth activist to Duterte supporters, military: We’re here, doing the grind for Taal relief

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Youth activist answered the posts on social media, alleging activists are not assisting in the relief efforts for the Taal volcano eruption, says government messed up for slashing billions of budget for calamity funds.

Baguio artists declare support for Panday Sining

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Baguio artist groups, Sulong Likha and Pedantic Pedestrians, expressed support for Panday Sining, noting that the arrest of its members and persona non grata declaration “…tends to put art in a passive position in relation to history and society”.

Magalong pronouncement on safety of activists welcomed

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Activists welcomed the pronouncement of Mayor Benjamin Magalong assuring they are "safe and secure' in his city and recommended steps the he can immediately implement to ensure unhampered exercise of their democratic rights.

Magalong assures Baguio activists are safe

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Mayor Benjamin Magalong told the media during the joint Regional Peace and Order Council and Regional Development Council meeting on Friday that activists are "safe and secure" in Baguio City.

Ifugao folk reiterate opposition to Alimit hydro

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Representatives from barangays in Lagawe and Lamut, Ifugao, troop to the NCIP to reiterate their opposition to the Alimit hydropower project, and follow up on a February 2019 petition to halt the construction of the said project.

NPA in Ilocos-Cordillera to adhere with the ceasefire

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Communist guerillas operating in the Ilocos and Cordillera Regions declared support and strict adherence with the CPP's unilateral ceasefire for the holidays.

Cordillera journalist and rights defender shot in Ifugao

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Unknown assailants shot and wounded Northern Dispatch (Nordis) provincial correspondent and human rights activist Brandon Lee just outside his house around 6:00 PM today, August 6, in Lagawe town in Ifugao province.

Baguio groups ask city to protect activists

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Progressive groups asked the Office of Mayor Benjamin Magalong to issue an executive order to protect human rights defenders, journalists, and government critics from the "vilification and red-tagging by state forces and institutions.”

Ifugao leaders affirm opposition against SN Aboitiz’s hydropower complex

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Leaders from the communities in Lamut and Lagawe towns in Ifugao affected by SN Aboitiz’s Alimit Hydropower Complex submitted a resolution affirming the earlier petitions they forwarded to the office strongly opposing the project.

Fake surrenders a “cash cow,” localized peace talks phony – CPDF

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The Cordillera Peoples Democratic Front said in a statement that the government’s Enhanced Comprehensive Local Integration Program only serves as a “milking cow” for the police and military, and called the localized peace talks "preposterous."

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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.