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Mindanao artist Bayang Barrios, a lumad from Agusan del Sur, has recently recorded a song she dedicates to the "Lumad children, their schools and communities." Pangarap...

The indigenous people of the southern Philippine region of Mindanao, collectively known as the lumad, have been nominated for an annual human rights award...

  The State Department has issued new travel warning against traveling to Sulu and other parts of Mindanao in the face of recent incidents of...

The number of displaced tribal people in the southern Phillippine island of Mindanao continues to rise as another group of villagers sought refuge at...

I read reports saying that Mindanao is well and “ok” on power needs due to the many new power plants being put up. True?...

Chrisrtianity's traditional annual "calvary" is over now. But for the peace workers and the proposed Bangsamoro basic law, the long road of calvary is...

THE number of individuals affected by the all-out offensive launched by the government against the Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighter in Maguindanao rose to close...

This kind of "striptease" does not tantalize nor excite. It angers. The way the Mamasapano actual facts had been exposed slowly piece-by-piece is not scintillating at...

MINDANAO has set a new world record for the most trees planted simultaneously in multiple locations. The Department of Environment and Natural Resources and Mindanao Development...

THE Office of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process said it is now looking into the claims that the government, through the agency, is...

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