The National Union of Journalists of the Philippines (NUJP) questioned the promotion of the Army colonel, who had rejected a request for security escorts for the 58 people, 32 of them journalists, who died almost five years ago in the Maguindanao massacre.
By Germelina Lacorte
The National Union of Journalists of the Philippines has questioned the promotion of an Army colonel who had rejected a request to provide a military escort for the 58 people, including 32 journalists and other media workers, who were killed in the Maguindanao massacre nearly five years ago.
The National Union of Journalists of the Philippines (NUJP) has criticized the military in southern Mindanao for allegedly harassing the staff of a radio station in Tagum City and branding the station as procommunist.
By Bong Lozada
The massacre of 58 people, 32 journalists included, in Maguindanao on Nov. 23, 2009 shouldn’t only be remembered but should “spark” people to take a stand and act against these media killings, the chairperson of a local media group said Friday.
By Kristine Angeli Sabillo
The National Union of Journalists of the Philippines (NUJP) on Wednesday said journalists should not be compelled to disclose information about their sources from the Moro National Liberation Front, following reports that the Zamboanga City Prosecutor’s Office summoned an Inquirer correspondent and two others.