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Since the decisions you and the national government make affect the lives of about one million Cebuanos in Cebu City, I called out to Cebuanos on Twitter if they had questions for you. I got a few responses.
We label June 1 as ‘The Hunger Games: NCR, Cavite, and Cebu City Editions.’ For those returning to work, it’s like getting into a death match.
We’ve documented in Cebu at least 3 instances where residents are either intimidated by politicians, visited by police, or arrested for their Facebook posts
Sitio Upper in the mountain village of Bacayan is the latest addition to the list, even as Cebu City transitions to modified enhanced community quarantine
What we know so far about the levels of lockdown across the country
According to the Department of Health, the number of coronavirus cases in Cebu City Jail is at 335. There are 25 cases at the Cebu Provincial Detention Center and 71 at the Mandaue City Jail.
'Why Lighthouse? Because journalists shine the light, and a lighthouse is a beacon showing travelers the way to safe harbor.'
Cebu City tests even persons without symptoms. With an increased number of tests being run, you will inevitably have an increased number of confirmed cases.
The Philippines is among the 15 countries in state of emergency where allegations of police brutality have been ‘deemed most troubling’
Let’s look at some of the challenges that this pandemic is forcing us to face and which are changing our world in incremental ways
The government’s protocols don’t prioritize them in tests. They are discriminated against in public places. But those of us who know better are coming to their aid.
'We need clarity of thought and deed. Let’s bring out the best of our humanity to drown our fear'
Some do what they can amid the national government’s incompetence
And so it is that all our hopes for a calmer February may have been dashed. What happened last month anyway that could impact the coming weeks?
All its 23 towns and cities now host evacuees from Batangas
Let’s not be content with heartwarming stories of volunteerism
…is if the Duterte gov’t will admit it’s been messing up the figures
What’s at stake and what can we expect this week in the aftermath of the assassination of the general who had shaped the battlefield in the Middle East and helped direct Assad’s war in Syria?
Rappler reporters share the most-read stories they’re proudest of
The Philippines’ biggest court verdict this year is set to be promulgated on Thursday, when a Quezon City court is scheduled to decide on the worst case of media killings in the country’s history
’You don’t compromise on human rights,’ he wants to tell the President
There’s no breather in the newsroom this week. For one, the Obamas are in the neighborhood!