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Philippine Daily Tribune Online, 01/25/2011 A hard-hitting radio commentator was shot dead in Puerto Princesa City, Palawan, yesterday morning, police said, becoming the second journalist to be murdered in the eight-month-old Aquino administration. Philippine National Police (PNP) spokesman Chief Supt. Agrimero Cruz Jr. identified the …
By Tarra Quismundo, Alcuin Papa, Philippine Daily Inquirer MANILA, Philippines—The settlement may amount to “loose change,” but the $7.5-million pay-out for human rights abuse victims (or $1,000 for each victim) during martial law is an affirmation of the late strongman Ferdinand Marcos’ ill-gotten wealth, a …
(Agence France-Presse) MANILA—The Philippine government and a human rights group on Saturday hailed a US court decision awarding compensation to victims of the dictatorship of Ferdinand Marcos as a symbolic victory. The US decision, awarding about $1,000 each to some 7,500 victims of Marcos-era abuses, …
AT GROUND LEVEL By Satur C. Ocampo, (The Philippine Star) Last Dec. 25 in this column, I hailed as a big victory against impunity the recent sentencing to life imprisonment of Argentina’s former dictator, Gen. Jorge Videla, 85, for the murder of dissidents during that …
By Ronalyn. V.Olea, Bulatlat.com MANILA – Two more of the so-called “Morong 43” were freed today, Dec. 28, after their lawyers convinced the court that the supposedly pending criminal cases that the police and military cited to prevent their earlier release involved namesakes. Aldrin Garcia …