THE National Press Club of the Philippines (NPC) warned members of the Philippine press to expect “worse days ahead” under the Aquino government with the murder of another provincial journalist last Wednesday in Oriental Mindoro. “We hate to say this but the Philippine press, under the “matuwid na landas” of President Noy Aquino,
THE problem of illegal drug trafficking in the country will get worse before it gets better. This was the assessment made by United States Assistant Secretary for Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs in the situation of illegal drugs in the country as he met with Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) secretary Mar Roxas yesterday in Camp Crame , Quezon City.
Wives of detained foreign nationals at Camp Bicutan yesterday decried what they claim is the human rights violation of several Bureau of Immigration (BI) agents, which is detrimental to the government’s campaign for promoting tourism. Grace Compra, Jerlen Payot and Juvylin A. Artuz, all Filipinas, faced the media yesterday to denounce the rather unjust treatment of BI agents to their husbands, all foreign nationals, who they claimed were illegally detained at the BI detention center in Bicutan.