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  • TV host blames victim of gang-rape

    Screengrab from Inquirer.net. JEERS TO ABS-CBN 2’s host Anthony Taberna for his sexist remarks about a gang-rape incident in Caloocan City.  In the news segment of Umagang Kay Ganda... Read more

  • Media Gives Bloodless Tokhang a Free Ride

    PHILIPPINE NATIONAL Police (PNP) Chief Director General Ronald “Bato” Dela Rosa said it would be a “bloodless” war this time, as government mounted the third relaunch of its main... Read more

  • Against Disinformation

    By Luis V. Teodoro THE DEMOCRACY and Disinformation Conference held last February 12 and 13 at the Ateneo de Manila University Rockwell campus in Makati City wasn’t exactly ignored... Read more

  • Once Again, Stand for Media Freedom

      THE CENTER for Media Freedom & Responsibility deplores as an infringement on press freedom the directive of President Rodrigo Duterte barring online news site Rappler’s reporter Pia Ranada... Read more

  • Rappler Banned from Covering President Duterte

      CMFR/Philippines — President Rodrigo Duterte has barred online news site Rappler and its Malacañang Palace (the Philippine president’s office and residence) reporter from covering him, a Palace official ... Read more

  • Rustie Otico, 79

    Photo illustration screengrabbed from Inquirer.net   JOURNALIST RUSTICO “Rustie” Otico died of a lingering illness on Wednesday, February 7 at his sister’s house in Belison, Antique. He was 79. Regarded as... Read more

  • Police Surveys Reporters as part of PNP Policy

      CMFR/PHILIPPINES – Members of the press experienced surveillance as a part of a Philippine National Police policy for media accreditation to the PNP Press Corps. On January 24, The... Read more

  • Inquirer Photos Cannot Lie

      PRESIDENT RODRIGO Duterte’s decision to set aside sweeping victory of the Philippines in the arbitration case over areas of West Philippine Sea was presented as a strategic approach... Read more

  • Dengvaxia, Fear Factor and Political Games

      THE DISCOVERY of Dengvaxia’s negative effects on some patients afflicted with dengue for the first time worked like a magnet for political gamesmanship. The report on the vaccine... Read more

  • Call for Stories on Peace Reporting

      WAR STORIES, Peace Stories (WSPS), in partnership with the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting, is accepting story proposals for peace reporting on international conflict areas. Founded in 2017,... Read more