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The government is still counting on Congress to ensure the timely passage of the proposed Bangsamoro Basic Law in a bid to foster “justice, new opportunities, and hope” as well as bring just and peaceful resolution to the armed conflict in Mindanao.
Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process Teresita Deles said they hope the House would seize the opportunity and complete their interpellations...
THE renewed violence in Mindanao only draws into sharp focus the critical role played by media in helping
foster an atmosphere of stability and tranquility in times of duress and stress.
Without compromising the sanctity of truth and the constitutionally enshrined press freedom, the media, as watchdog, can ideally serve as a bridge between fact and fiction, even as it often becomes the...
A Filipino doctor is among three individuals and two organizations who will be conferred the 2013 Ramon Magsaysay Awards on August 31, 2013, the Birth Anniversary of former Philippine President Ramon F. Magsaysay, in whose honor the award was named, at the Cultural Center of the Philippines.
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BARCELONA, Spain (AP) – With Dwight Howard gone and Kobe Bryant injured, Pau Gasol is eager to reassert himself as a leader of the Los Angeles Lakers.
Gasol told The Associated Press on Tuesday that he wants, knees allowing, to be the dominant player of old who helped Bryant and Co. win back-to-back NBA titles in 2009 and 2010.
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By GENALYN D. KABILING
Manila, Philippines – The armed conflict in Sabah is unlikely to be tackled in the next round of peace negotiations between the government and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) this week.
Presidential Spokesman Edwin Lacierda described the tension in Sabah as a “foreign policy issue” that is now being handled by the Department of Foreign Affairs...
FORT DEL PILAR, Baguio - Before the armed conflict in Sabah worsens, President Benigno S. Aquino III is pushing for a peaceful and reasonable dialogue with concerned parties to resolve the conflicting claims over the territory.
The President denounced anew the group behind the deadly siege in Sabah and instead called for a “rules-based approach“ to end the dispute, a similar tactic...
By GENALYN KABILING
Manila, Philippines – Malacañang has extended its congratulations to the new pontiff, Pope Francis, and expressed hope that he will be the voice for peace, justice, and charity across the world.
President Spokesman Edwin Lacierda welcomed the “joyful news“ about the election of Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio as the first Latin American pope, saying the administration...
by GENALYN D. KABILING
Manila, Philippines – The Philippine government has no intention of dropping Malaysia as facilitator of the peace negotiations between the Philippine government and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) despite the armed conflict in Sabah, according to a Palace official.
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Manila, Philippines – Many seaons ago, I set a meeting with Jamalul Kiram III, then Senate candidate. Present were his niece and gracious wife. In our discussion on the liberation of Sabah, I queried him why he did not include said issue as a “Battle cry” for his candidacy or why the GMA Administration failed espouse such platform in the national campaign? The curt reply...
By MADEL S. NAMIT
Manila, Philippines – President Benigno S. Aquino III hailed the heroism of each and every member of the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) during its 77th anniversary in Camp Aguinaldo, Quezon City yesterday.
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