By Ryan D. Rosauro
Five years after the mass murder of 58 persons—32 of them media workers—on the hills of Masalay in Ampatuan town, Maguindanao province, the slow grind of justice is about to be overtaken by the winds of change in a region that has been described as a failed experiment in autonomy.
By Julie M. Aurelio
Foreign journalists met Monday with police officials tasked with solving journalist killings to urge local authorities to put behind bars all of the accused in the 2009 Maguindanao massacre.
By Ramon Tulfo
Former Mayor Andal Ampatuan Jr. of Datu Unsay town in Maguindanao province has a new lawyer in the person of Salvador Panelo.
By Delfin T. Mallari Jr.
Journalists in Quezon and Albay commemorated the Maguindanao massacre on Monday with protests and candle-lighting ceremonies, assailing the Aquino administration’s seeming apathy to the quest for justice of families of the 58 victims.
By Nestor Corrales
She wanted to be a journalist like her father. But her mother persuaded her not to pursue a career in journalism.