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November, 2015


SACRAMENTO, California — A Sacramento man has been charged with paying Filipino guardians for temporary custody of their children and using them to create pornography.

November 27, 2015 · 

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Michael Carey Clemans, 55, was indicted on four counts related to conspiracy to produce child porn, the Eastern District of California U.S. Attorney’s Office said. According to court documents, Clemans worked with a woman in the Philippines starting in June 2014 to produce the sexually explicit photos of children. At the time, Clemans lived in […]

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10 Filipina trafficking victims rescued Iraq’s Kurdistan autonomous region.

November 27, 2015 · 

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ERBIL, Kurdistan—Ten Filipina trafficking victims are now en route to Manila after they were rescued a few days ago by officials from the Philippine Embassy in Baghdad and authorities in Iraq’s Kurdistan region. According to statements given to the Philippine Embassy and Kurdish authorities, the 10 worked 12 hours seven days a week with only […]

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American seeks speedy ruling on ‘tanim-bala’ case

November 27, 2015 · 

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The American national accused of sneaking a bullet into the airport—but who later complained of extortion and helped put the alleged “tanim-bala” (bullet-planting) scam in the national limelight—asked a Pasay City court on Wednesday to speed up the resolution of the case against him, saying it had taken its toll on his health and his […]

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Affirmation is Stronger than Punishment

November 26, 2015 ·  By Fr. Shay Cullen

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Affirmation is Stronger than Punishment Fr. Shay Cullen No child should have to suffer punishment and hardship in order for them to grow into mature, responsible young adults. The results of a global research project recently released in Scotland shows that punishing and hurting children has severe detrimental effects on children. It starts a cycle […]

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Smacking children ‘creates cycle of violence’

November 23, 2015 ·  By BBC News for www.bbc.com

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Academics have called for a ban on smacking after finding “compelling” evidence that it creates a “vicious circle” of conflict and violence that carries on into adulthood. The researchers, commissioned by Scots charities, examined 74 studies done across the world in the past decade. They concluded that smacking was associated with increased childhood aggression and […]

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APEC -THE GREED OF NATIONS

November 20, 2015 · 

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APEC -THE GREED OF NATIONS Fr. Shay Cullen Andreas De la Cruz is a forty year old fisherman from Masinloc, Zambales and he has a story of triumph and loss to tell and all of it is due to the obsession of powerful nations to control and dominate and occupy the lands and seas of […]

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Columbans in Australia open their homes to the refugees

November 18, 2015 · 

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Columbans in Australia open their homes to the refugees From the Director – There is room at the inn 13.11.2015 Columban Fr Gary Walker Recently wrote : We held a house meeting with the Columban priests who reside in our Essendon house.(Melbourne ,Australia) Most of the priests are retired but still show a keen interest […]

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Philippine cardinal calls for troop withdrawal from tribal lands.

November 18, 2015 · 

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Indigenous communities are victims of an intensifying conflict in Mindanao   Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle of Manila has called on the Philippine government to withdraw troops from tribal communities after thousands of indigenous people in the southern region of Mindanao fled their homes because of alleged atrocities committed by soldiers. “We call on our government […]

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A CRY FOR JUSTICE, RADIO INTERVIEW

November 18, 2015 · 

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Dear All. This is the link to a radio interview with me in the Philipiines DZRJ  Miguel Gil on the 5th November. The interview is about the continuing injustice that I suffer and have been suffering for 2 and half years following an unfair trial by the hands of Judge Philip Salvador following the planting […]

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PREDA DRIED MANGOS SALES CONTINUE TO RISE IN THE UK markets.

November 13, 2015 · 

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The excellent article below  by Rebecca Smitheers  reflects the  economic  growth  of fair trade products in the UK market.  Preda dreid mangos are in supermarkets and are leading the way  for the betterment of the  indigenous and small mango farmers of the Philippines. UK continues as largest international market for Fairtrade products with total reaching […]

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