By Christian V. Esguerra
, Rima Granali
The Quezon City Prosecutor’s Office recommended on Saturday the filing of vandalism and slight physical injuries charges against the protest leader and others who led 300 people in a rally outside President Aquino’s private home in Quezon City that resulted in a clash with the police.
By Jaymee T. Gamil and Maricar Brizuela
The Maserati-driving motorist who allegedly assaulted a traffic constable in Quezon City also faces a robbery complaint and is reportedly an owner of several firearms whose licenses have already expired.
A priest and an employee of a hospital run by a religious order in Portugal have been charged with sexually abusing patients.
By Marinel R. Cruz
“My sensibilities as a woman and my national pride as a Filipino were offended,” actress-host Boots Anson-Roa said of the “unfortunate incident” that prompted her to lodge a complaint Friday against a fellow condominium tenant, an Australian-Canadian national, for allegedly assaulting her.
More than 300 people, mostly civilians, have been killed in the government’s retaliation for attacks blamed on a self-proclaimed “prophet” in the Democratic Republic of Congo in December, a rights group said Thursday.