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June, 2016


The Child Prisoners of Philippine Jails

June 30, 2016 · 

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The Child Prisoners of Philippine Jails Fr. Shay Cullen, mssc 30 June 2016 The recent conviction of notorious British Douglas Slade in the United Kingdom (UK) for multiple acts of sex abuse against children is a historical and significant development. It is rare that British pedophiles are successfully extradited from the Philippines. He fled to […]

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Paedophile campaigners convicted of sexual assaults against boys

June 28, 2016 ·  By Steven Morris and agency for www.theguardian.com

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Douglas Slade and Christopher Skeaping, who campaigned for legalisation of sex with children, caught after victims spoke out Two men who were involved with a notorious group that campaigned for the legalisation of sex between adults and children have been convicted of abusing young boys. Douglas Slade, 74, and Christopher Skeaping, 72, who were members […]

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Battle to stop Jack Straw facing Libya rendition charges

June 28, 2016 ·  By Jamie Doward for www.theguardian.com

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Government spends millions to keep ex-home secretary out of court The government has spent at least £600,000 of taxpayers’ money trying to prevent a civil case being brought against it by a husband and wife who allege that British intelligence was complicit in their detention, rendition and torture. Figures released under the Freedom of Information […]

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Strict Regulations Drive UK out of the EU?

June 24, 2016 · 

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Strict Regulations Drive UK out of the EU? Fr.Shay Cullen The over-regulation by the EU on organic banana and organic certification process that excludes the poor is one example of how the EU commission in Brussels is killing the dream of ever closer union and driving the members apart. In a historical vote the divided […]

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The Just Judge Saves the Innocent

June 23, 2016 · 

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The Just Judge Saves the Innocent Fr. Shay Cullen 23 June 2016 The Philippines is moving away from an ear of compassion and justice to one where the innocent are targets for assassination and wrongful imprisonment on false charges. In recent weeks dozens of bodies are found shot dead with signs pinned on the bodies, […]

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COLUMBAN MISSIONARIES : Economic Justice

June 23, 2016 · 

Preda Fair trade organic mango team visit the indigenous  mangos farmers

Economic Justice COLUMBAN MISSIONARIES The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy; I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full.  -John 10:10 Economic powers continue to justify the current global system where priority tends to be given to speculation and the pursuit of financial gain, which fail […]

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PREDA News : Welcome back to school !

June 22, 2016 · 

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The school year has started with the children at Preda home for girls going to school with great hope of over coming childhood poverty by education.The Preda outreach program to the former but now healed and recovered girls are already reintegrated and are enrolled in school their homes and they are receiving assistance and school […]

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Senate will probe abuses in Rody’s anti-crime drive – Risa

June 20, 2016 ·  By Carmel Loise Matus for newsinfo.inquirer.net

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CEBU CITY – Senator-elect Risa Hontiveros is pushing for a “strong” and an “independent” Senate to maintain the check and balance among the three branches of government. She told reporters after her oath-taking at the provincial capitol on Sunday that incoming President Rodrigo Duterte could not stop the senators from conducting inquiries into his anticrime […]

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Philippine poor get hit early in Duterte-inspired crackdown

June 20, 2016 ·  By Associated Press for newsinfo.inquirer.net

In this Wednesday June 8, 2016 photo, a Filipino boys cries as he is apprehended by a social worker and police for violating a night to dawn curfew for minors in Manila, Philippines. In a crackdown, dubbed “Oplan Rody,” bearing Duterte’s name, police rounded up hundreds of children or their parents to enforce a night curfew for minors, and taken away drunk and shirtless men roaming metropolitan Manila’s slums. The poor, who were among Duterte’s strongest supporters, are getting a foretaste of the war against crime he has vowed to wage. AP

MANILA, Philippines — In a crackdown bearing the Philippine president-elect’s name, police have rounded up hundreds of children or their parents to enforce a night curfew for minors, and taken away drunk and shirtless men roaming metropolitan Manila’s slums. The poor, who were among Rodrigo Duterte’s strongest supporters, are getting a foretaste of the war […]

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No press secretary for President Rody

June 20, 2016 ·  By Tarra Quismundo for newsinfo.inquirer.neT

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Whether President-elect Rodrigo Duterte keeps his ban on the press throughout his six-year term remains to be seen. But for now, he is showing the least interest in partnership with the media. Unlike some of his predecessors, Duterte will have no press secretary. He will have only two officials whom journalists can tail for information. […]

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