The death of Andres Bonifacio

Ambeth R. Ocampo - @inquirerdotnet 11/24/2021

Every year on Nov. 30 wreaths are offered at Andres Bonifacio monuments nationwide. Media often covers the official rites of the inspiring song in bronze by National Artist Guillermo Tolentino in Caloocan, or the tacky komiks re-presentation…

‘Savage Girl’s cyberporn case sparks call for revival of death sentence

Michelle Joy L. Padayhag 01/27/2017

The story of of the arrest of 23-year-old “savage girl” Liezyl Margallo drew so much outrage, and equal amount of hate, in the internet that many have started calling on the government to revive the death penalty…

Palma worried over rising number of drug-related killings

Ador Vincent S. Mayol 12/06/2016

CEBU CITY–Cebu Archbishop Jose Palma has expressed concern over the rising death toll on the administration’s war on prohibited drugs. He said killing suspected criminals is not the right antidote to the country’s problem on illegal drugs…

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