MANILA, April 29 -- The Philippine government expressed its gratitude to Indonesian President Joko Widodo for the reprieve given to Mary Jane Veloso who was among those facing execution due to drug related crimes.
MANILA, April 28, 2015— Caritas Philippines has joined other agencies in launching an appeal for victims of the Nepal earthquake. Fr. Edu Gariguez, Caritas Philippines executive secretary, said a national fund-raising campaign was launched on Tuesday for all the dioceses to help support Nepal.
MANILA, April 28, 2015 – Nepalese students in the Philippines made a special appeal to the Philippine government and to the Filipino public to extend aid to their country, which was hit last Friday by a powerful 7.9 magnitude earthquake.
KUALA LUMPUR, April 27 -- The Philippines remains committed to work with Southeast Asian countries in the fight against extremism, terrorism, and crimes against humanity, Foreign Affairs Secretary Alfred del Rosario said.
MANILA, April 14 -- The Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) today said that April 15, 2015 is the deadline for the filing of Income Tax Returns. The clarification came amidst conflicting reports from various sectors, including media, that the deadline is now June 15, 2015.
MANILA, April 11, 2015 -– Backing from a major institution. This is how MILF chief peace negotiator Mohagher Iqbal sees the Catholic Church’s “support” for the hotly-debated Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL).
MANILA, April 12, 2015–The family of Mary Jane Veloso who is facing execution in Indonesia for drug smuggling is held hostage by fear. Veloso’s mother, Celia, said they have received death threats after they started giving media interviews about a person who allegedly framed her daughter.
GMA Kapuso Foundation, GMA Network’s socio-civic arm, recently rolled out its Operation Bayanihan program in Maguindanao, effectively serving 5,000 families affected by the ongoing armed conflict.
Thirty nine years on the air and counting, the Philippines’ longest running public service program Kapwa Ko, Mahal Ko (KKMK) shows no signs of slowing down as it remains committed to its mission of improving the welfare of indigent Filipinos across the country, especially children afflicted with cancer.