'Concert for justice' to be held in Maguindanao

Preparations continue for the commemoration of the 5th anniversary of the Maguindanao massacre. Justice Secretary Leila de Lima will be among those visiting the site on Sunday.

Lifelong struggle for Philippine massacre widows

MANILA, Philippines - For Gloria Teodoro and other women widowed by the Philippines' worst political massacre, the struggle to move on with their lives is as long and painful as their fight for justice.

Army seizes NPA camp in Sultan Kudarat

MANILA - Government troops have captured a camp of the New People's Army (NPA) in the municipality of Senator Ninoy Aquino in Sultan Kudarat, the military said Saturday.

PH, UN stress child rights protection in emergencies

MANILA - The Philippines and the United Nations Children's Fund or UNICEF this week marked the 25th anniversary of the adoption of the Convention on the Rights of the Child by presenting stories of two children who are trapped in emergency situations in the countryside -- one in an armed conflict, the other in a natural disaster.

Ex-Zambales gov, judge, 3 others charged with graft

MANILA, Philippines - Former Zambales governor Vicente Magsaysay, an Olongapo City regional trial court (RTC) judge and three other individuals are facing graft charges before the Office of the Ombudsman for allegedly stopping a Japanese firm from constructing a factory at the Subic Bay Freeport Zone.

Still zero justice, 5 years after Ampatuan massacre

Halos 5 taon na mula nang maganap ang karumal-dumal na Maguindanao massacre, pero hanggang ngayon hindi pa rin nakakamit ng mga biktima ang hustisya.

How Yolanda survivors will spend Christmas

May dalang dagdag na pag-asa sa mga kababayan nating Yolanda survivors ang Pasko.

Massacre victims' families seek Pope's help

As families of the victims of the Maguindanao massacre mark the 5th year since the killings, they seek the help of Pope Francis in their fight for justice.