Posts by Ed Lingao / PCIJ
MAKATI CITY (MindaNews / 5 Feb) – As the morning sun burned away the mists over Central Mindanao on January 29, 42 flag-draped caskets were lined up on the tarmac… »
By Ed Lingao Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism First of Two Parts ON JUNE 6, 2011, a year and a half after the Maguindanao Massacre claimed the lives of 58… »
THE LONG road to peace takes a short detour to Camp Darapanan in Sultan Kudarat, Maguindanao, this weekend as the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) holds what it calls the “Bangsamoro General Assembly” at its center of gravity in Central Mindanao.
MAINSTREAM MEDIA have oft portrayed them as belligerent, intransigent, even war-mongering. But when the negotiating panel of the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) faced the Manila media recently, Islamic scholars, historians, and academics confronted reporters.
GENERAL SANTOS CITY (MindaNews/04 June) — Mining firm Sagittarius Mines Inc. suffered another setback when the Environment Management Bureau (EMB) denied its appeal to have an earlier decision overturned, derailing… »
JUST A few weeks after the Nov. 23, 2009 Maguindanao Massacre, where 58 people including 32 journalists were executed in a remote barangay in Ampatuan town, officials of the Firearms and Explosives Division (FED) of the Philippine National Police (PNP) were surprised to receive a deluge of applications for gun amnesty from one particular province in Mindanao.