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PhilippinesTwo of the four Manobo tribesmen, who seized a group of school officials and residents in Prosperidad town in Agusan del Sur province last Friday, were teenagers who also took part in a similar hostage-taking incident in 2009, a police
Breaking News » Agusan Sur hostage crisis ends on 6th day police 04/06/2011 08:42 AM The hostage crisis in Agusan del Sur province in Mindanao finally came to an end Wednesday morning as police said the hostage-takers "abandoned" their captives.
Prosperidad town mayor Albin Magdamit in the province of Agusan del Sur was heard saying over the radio dzXL, a group of armed men has held hostage 14 teachers in Prosperidad town to demand the release of their relatives in jail.
Manila - The PAGBABAGO! (People's Movement for Change) yesterday held a media forum themed "Aquino Administration's First 100 days: Nasaan ang Pagbabago (Where is Change?)", an assessment of the new Philippine government's first 100 days
MANILA, Philippines – Bagong Alyansang Makabayan (New Patriotic Alliance or Bayan) called on Philippine Pres. Benigno C Aquino III to divulge the full content of the Incident Investigation and Review Committee (IIRC) report on the
The Philippines promised heads would roll. What respect is there to gain from the international community if the President could not keep his promise, because he would rather keep his friends? I'll give the now-
Maria A. Ressa, the head of news and current affairs in one big broadcast network in the Philippines wrote an article on Wall Street Journal saying that President Noynoy http://www.allvoices.com/s/event-6750885/
Saturday for Malacanang's plan to limit the live news coverage by broadcast media firms of all hostage-taking incidents in compliance with police procedures, including negotiations. Media must address their own limitations and failings to deserve and
Malacanang is considering the possibility of conducting future media panel interviews similar to the one held between President Benigno S. Aquino III and representatives from three private television stations on Thursday. Secretary Herminio "Sonny"
There is a possibility that some of the victims in the August 23 hostage-taking tragedy died due to “friendly fire,” Justice Secretary Leila De Lima said.At a press conference, De Lima said the results of the forensic