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Claver, a staunch human rights defender during martial law, died last July 1 from pulmonary embolism (a blood clot in the lung) at age 81. He was buried later that day at the Jesuit Sacred Heart Novitiate cemetery in Novaliches, Quezon City, the
Breaking News » Bishop Claver's remains brought to Bontoc 07/03/2010 11:51 PM Two days after his death, the remains of the retired bishop and staunch human rights advocate Francisco Claver, S.J., were brought to Mountain Province, his home province,
BONTOC, Mt. Province – The province will be celebrating the 112th anniversary of Philippine Independence on June 12, with the role of every ethno-linguistic tribe in the country being the highlight of the ceremonies. The
President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo will inaugurate here today the second phase of the newly-rehabilitated Halsema Highway project as part of her super region tour in Northern Luzon. The Halsema Highway, a 180-kilometer access road linking the
Intricate designs of Cordillera's weaving culture, which had been forgotten by time, can be revived through a new technique, which is seen not only to preserve the region's heritage but spur employment and livelihood in northern Philippines as well.