By Julliane Love De Jesus
Militant groups on Monday have gathered in different parts of Metro Manila in time for the arrival of US President Barack Obama, insisting that Filipinos have nothing to gain from his two-day state visit.
Three foreign governments on Friday joined the commemoration of the third anniversary of the Maguindanao massacre and reminded the Philippine government, which seemed to have forgotten the event, about its promise to bring the perpetrators to justice.
By Jamie Marie Elona
Militant groups were spotted along Legarda Street near Mendiola in Manila Wednesday afternoon, the Manila Police District said.
By Christine O. Avendaño
, Jaymee T. Gamil
Get a permit for your rally. This was the unsolicited advice offered by the Palace to militant groups which had twice attempted but failed to march to Chino Roces (formerly Mendiola) Bridge to stage a camp-out in the area.
By Jaymee T. Gamil
For the second day in a row, militant groups, inspired by the Occupy Wall Street movement in the United States, failed to reach the Chino Roces Bridge (formerly Mendiola Bridge) in Manila where they had planned to stage a camp-out to dramatize their dissatisfaction with the Aquino government’s failure to deliver basic social services.