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The President declares a plot against him, and the police-military establishment follows with vague details and changing timelines. What's with Red October?
Rappler sits down with UP VP Jose Dalisay and ADMU VP Jaime Hofileña to discuss the role of universities in protecting democracy
Teachers and students air their views on the military's move to tag their schools as places of communist recruitment for an ouster plot against President Duterte
Does the military have a reverse IQ test for those who they recruit into military intelligence?
'Hindi pwedeng hindi tayo magsasalita dahil ito ang misyon natin, ito ang purpose ng church, ang mag-minister sa mga api at dukha,' Reverend Marie Sol Villalon of the Promotions of Church People's Response says
Warning sa AFP at kay Presidente Duterte: may kasabihan sa Ingles na, 'Be careful what you wish for, it might just come true'
The long and short of it is that military poking about in campus was always never efficacious
Police Director Guillermo Eleazar says he will consult with the Commission on HIgher Education on any steps Metro Manila police would take
The military claims the Communist Party of the Philippines is recruiting students through martial law film screenings on campus
'Definitely, the list is longer because youth and students all over the country are fed up with this atrocious regime,' says militant youth group Anakbayan
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(2nd UPDATE) University officials, students, and professors say the AFP endangers the lives of their community members with its ‘baseless and dangerous’ accusation
(UPDATED) The Commission on Human Rights says the 'blanket act of red-tagging' of the youth may give the military license to infringe on freedoms and rights but Malacañang thinks otherwise
'Some of the schools included in the list as such however are subject of continuing validation,' says the Armed Forces of the Philippines
(UPDATED) Military chief General Carlito Galvez Jr, who does not identify the schools, says this is part of the communists' bid to form a 'broad coalition' to unseat President Rodrigo Duterte
While there are many who have expressed their desire for Duterte to resign or be ousted, there is no conspiracy to forcibly remove him from power
A former Armed Forces chief himself, DILG Officer-in-Charge Eduardo Año says the country's long-running communist insurgency 'is not primarily a military or police problem but a governance problem'
President Rodrigo Duterte says he is happy that the Commission on Appointments rejected leftists in government
Vice President Leni Robredo 'was not among those specifically named to be part of the conspiracy,' says Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque
President Rodrigo Duterte comments on the supposed 'Red October' ouster plot against him, saying 'nothing will succeed' without the military's help
Vice President Leni Robredo reminds the Armed Forces of the Philippines that branding critics as criminals was the 'same draconian tactic' imposed during Martial Law
Akbayan Representative Tom Villarin says the military is 'confusing legitimate dissent and extra-constitutional moves, if any, to be the same'
Operation Red October is a campaign to steal information from various world government agencies and scientific departments worldwide