By Edwin O. Fernandez
A US-based physician, who was a close friend of Felomina Nacario-Ferolin—the nurse who died during the Oct. 8 grenade attack at the church of the United Church of Christ in the Philippines in Pikit, North Cotabato—said he has been organizing medical missions in her honor.
By Julie Alipala and Liza Jocson
The disruption of telecommunication services here, including mobile phones, for about seven hours on Sunday, was deliberately done to prevent what was suspected to be a bomb plot in the city during a feast.
By Edwin Fernandez and Williamor Magbanua
An improvised explosive device went off under two parked vehicles here Friday night, and police said extortionists—not terror groups—were behind it.
By Maricar B. Brizuela
Former Commission on Elections (Comelec) chair Benjamin Abalos on Friday expressed confidence that he will also be acquitted of the remaining two counts of electoral sabotage charges in relation to the alleged rigging of the election results in North Cotabato in 2007.
By Williamor A. Magbanua
At least two persons were injured when two men on a motorcycle tossed a hand grenade into a crowd gathered on a roadside in the town of Aleosan in North Cotabato, the police said Tuesday.