Ten years have passed since the abduction of Karen Empeño and Sherlyn Cadapan but their mothers remain hopeful that they will be found
Families of political prisoners storm the Apostolic Nunciature in Manila to ask for the Pope's help
Political detainees as well as families of desaparecidos and victims of extrajudicial will send letters to the Pope
Two doctors and a midwife go on trial, accused of delivering political prisoners' babies and helping the country's former military regime steal them from their parents
'End the list, uphold the rule of law, sign and ratify the Convention'
'Why not?' Aquino sisters open to endorsing Binay. Top terrorist Marwan still alive. Argentina activist finds stolen grandson after 35 years
Estela Carlotto, the 83-year-old leader of the Grandmothers of the Plaza de Mayo group, was told that her daughter's kidnapped son was found after DNA tests confirmed the now 36-year-old man's identity
On Lorna Tolentino's 'remarkable job' in 'Burgos: A Mother's Love'
Edita Burgos' story also highlights activist roots of filmmakers, with nuanced turn by Lorna Tolentino and Rocco Nacino
Human rights groups protest against illegal detention and torture on UN International Day in Support of Torture Victims
President Aquino signs the landmark 'Anti-Enforced of Involuntary Disappearance Act of 2012'
Albay Rep Edcel Lagman apologizes for announcing that the bill has been signed into law
The complaint, filed a year ago by the Burgos family with the DOJ, was based on a Commission on Human Rights investigation
No other case of forced disappearance in recent history has come this close to identifying key players, yet Burgos' abduction has not yielded any arrests