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September, 2016


War-on-drugs a Challenge to Catholic Faith

September 30, 2016 · 

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War-on-drugs -a challenge to the Catholic Church Father Shay Cullen 31 /9/16 Everyone who cares about and has respect for human rights and human dignity and value of the right to life has a duty to stand up and defend these rights against their violation. More especially The Catholic Church leadership and the People of […]

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Berlin

September 28, 2016 · 

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Berlin 26 September 2016 Father Shay Cullen,the founder of the Prda Foundation madea tern minuet speech before an gathering of politicians and supporters at he Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development on 26 September. During the launch of an exhibition of the art work on impoverished Filipino Children of the famous artist Ingrid Sonntag Ramirez […]

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Confessed drug dealer killed at home in Subic

September 28, 2016 ·  By Allan Macatuno for newsinfo.inquirer.net

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SUBIC, Zambales—A 55-year-old woman who recently surrendered to authorities after confessing she was a drug dealer was killed by two unidentified gunmen who barged into her home in Barangay (village) Cawag here at 5 a.m. on Saturday. Dolores Cayanan was shot dead in front of her 16-year-old son, said Chief Insp. Leonardo Madrid, commander of […]

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How Duterte’s drug war can fail

September 28, 2016 ·  By Camille Diola for newslab.philstar.com

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A global policy shift is underway after the war on drugs that dragged on for decades saw no success. In the Philippines, the same war is just beginning and despite popular support, may be doomed to the same fate. Over the past months, a country of 100 million watches President Rodrigo Duterte try applying nationally […]

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British national arrested; 7 women rescued inside hotel

September 28, 2016 ·  By Decemay P. Padilla for www.philstar.com

British national Wade Lloyd Allsopp is under investigation following his arrest by the National Bureau of Investigation-7 for alleged exploitation, human trafficking and cyber crime. The NBI rescued seven women during an operation at a hotel in Barangay Kamputhaw, Cebu City yesterday afternoon.  Decemay Padilla

CEBU, Philippines – A British national was arrested while seven women believed to be victims of exploitation, human trafficking and cyber crime were rescued by the National Bureau of Investigation-7 in an operation in a hotel in Barangay Kamputhaw, Cebu City yesterday afternoon. According to Arnel Pura, NBI-7 Special Investigator, they began conducting surveillance on […]

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Yazidi survivor Nadia Murad becomes UN goodwill ambassador

September 27, 2016 ·  By Middle East for www.bbc.com

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A young Yazidi woman who survived trafficking and gang-rape by so-called Islamic State militants is to be appointed a UN ambassador. Nadia Murad, who is also a Nobel Peace Prize nominee, will become the UNODC Goodwill Ambassador for the Dignity of Survivors of Human Trafficking. Her “appointment marks the first time a survivor of atrocities […]

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Slavery reports rise fivefold, Salvation Army says

September 27, 2016 ·  By Mat Trewern for www.bbc.com

Modern slavery: On the police beat in Manchester

The Salvation Army says it has seen nearly a fivefold rise in the number of slavery victims it has helped in England and Wales since 2012. The charity says it supported 1,805 people from April 2015 to March 2016. By comparison, it had 378 referrals between July 2011 and June 2012 – its first year […]

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WORLD’S MOST DEPRAVED KID KILLER Paedo’s sick campaign of child rape and murder is so horrific the Philippines plan to bring back death penalty just to execute him

September 26, 2016 ·  By CANDICE SUTTON FOR NEWS.COM.AU AND NEAL BAKER for www.thesun.co.uk

Charged … Australian Peter Scully is accused of raping and trafficking

A MONSTER who filmed himself raping and torturing children and babies in the Philippines has been charged with such horrific crimes there have been calls for the reintroduction of the death penalty. Peter Scully, a 53-year-old father of two from Melbourne, Australia, is in a Philippine prison charged with some of the vilest acts known […]

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Philippine faith groups warn against ‘rogue’ governance

September 26, 2016 ·  By Philippines for www.ucanews.com

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Duterte’s accused of being ‘selective’ when it comes to observing human rights Faith groups in the Philippines have urged the public to “stay vigilant” against what they described as “rogue methods of governance” emerging in the country. “Our tough-talking president has made clear his support for state forces in using deadly force in their war […]

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Duterte: My mouth can’t bring down PH

September 26, 2016 ·  By Pia Ranada for www.rappler.com

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To investors worried about his public pronouncements, he says: ‘Lumayas kayo’ (Leave MANILA, Philippines – He may curse at world leaders and threaten criminals, but President Rodrigo Duterte insists his mouth can’t bring down the country. “Do not keep complaining about my mouth because my mouth is not the problem. It cannot bring down a […]

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