Map. History of Philippines conflict

16 August 2018
Police to strictly enforce liquor and party ban along Sinulog parade route
Malacañang on airport service provider MIASCOR's appeal to President Rodrigo Duterte to reconsider contract termination
Roque: We can't confirm if U.S. warship entered Panatag Shoal
Rights group says state agents behind peasant activist slay in Tagum
6 month ago
Earthquake of magnitude 4.9 - 25km WSW of Darapidap, Philippines
6 month ago
Two U.S. officials say USS Hopper came within 12 nm of Scarborough shoal in recent days. However, they added, it was an "innocent passage," no man overboard exercise or such thing.
Philippines President has a penchant for putting former military officials in government posts.
#BlackFridayForPressFreedom concludes. Police estimate 300 participants
Philippines Police Chief Ronald "Bato" Dela Rosa said they are raising funds to bail out the ten policemen in a Mandaluyong shooting that left at least one civilian dead.
UP Professor Danilo Arao speaking, urges journalism students to protest injustice. "Ang kultura ng pang-aapi ay dapat tapatan ng kultura ng protesta."
Media noise barrage for press freedom in Bacolod
Rappler's @mariaressa speaking: We're going to hold the line. We're doing journalism. We're speaking truth to power. We're not afraid and we won't be intimidated
At the #BlackFridayForPressFreedom solidarity gathering
Protest at Boy Scout Circle in Timog Ave, QC. Journalists, artists, bloggers wear black to condemn "series of attacks" against press freedom
Black Friday protest in defense of press freedom here at Timog Avenue
Village watchman dies, 11 hurt as truck falls down ravine in Isabela
Ateneo de Manila students and members of different college publications hold protest along Katipunan Avenue to assail attacks on press freedom
1 dead, 1 hurt in bus-motorcycle collision in Quezon
Philippines Department of Trade and Industry imposes a price freeze on basic commodities in the whole province of Albay as lava continues to flow from the Mayon Volcano
Duterte wants termination of contract with airport service provider MIASCOR
Duterte is eyeing to impose a total ban on deploying overseas Filipino workers to Kuwait after the reported cases of sexual abuses among Filipino women
Duterte: Most of my Cabinet are ex-military men since they do the job
PresidentDuterte arrives at the launching of Overseas Filipino Bank in Manila
4 NPA rebels killed in Davao Oriental clash
Fire in Taguig under control as of 6:51 p.m.
'Abnormal flooding' isolates 11 villages in Catanduanes town
An explosion was heard near the fire along East Service Road corner C5, Taguig
Duterte criticizes Rappler, calls its 'fake news outlet'
Fire at C5 Road, Taguig on first alarm as of 5:43 p.m.
Philippines Justice Secretary Aguirre orders NBI to conduct probe into possible violation of the Constitution and laws by Rappler
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