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‘Political instructor officer’ ng NPA sa Kalinga, patay sa engkwentro

KALINGA- Patay ang sinasabing isang political instructor officer ng New People’s Army (NPA) o rebelde sa naganap na engkwentro sa pagitan ng militar sa Sitio Babacong, Balbalan, Kalinga. Hanggang sa nagkasagupa at nagpalitan ng putok ang magkabilang panig ay iniwan ang bangkay ng kanilang kasamahan na kinilalang si Rudy Daguitan alyas ‘Pinpin’ na may posisyon […] The post ‘Political instructor officer’ ng NPA sa Kalinga, patay sa engkwentro appeared first on REMATE ONLINE......»»

Category: newsSource: remate remateMar 16th, 2021

2 sundalo tigbak sa engkwentro

ABRA- PATAY ang dalawang sundalo matapos makasagupa ang Communist Terrorist Groups (CTG) habang nagsasagawa ng focused military operation ang tropa ng pamahalaan kahapon sa tri-boundary ng Kalinga-Apayao at Abra. Kinilala ang mga nasawi na sina 2LT Nasser Dimalanes at PFC James S Fontanilla Jr., pawang mga miyembro ng Scout Platoon ng 98th IB, 5ID. Batay […] The post 2 sundalo tigbak sa engkwentro appeared first on REMATE ONLINE......»»

Category: newsSource:  remateRelated NewsAug 21st, 2022

The Maalikaya Health Fund

The Hon. Victor M. Dooley, once again, was in a quandary. At the end of his trip to the World Economic Forum in Davos, he was brimming all over with enthusiasm, eager to prove to his constituents that the money spent for his first-class ticket (and for his Chief Political Officer and rumored girlfriend, Yvonne Macahiya) had not been wasted......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated News12 hr. 5 min. ago

Minero patay sa gumuhong minahan

PASIL, Kalinga- Hindi na nakalabas pa ng buhay ang isang minero sa loob ng minahan makaraan gumuho noong Linggo sa bayang ito. Kinilala ang biktimang si Milnar Wa-il Bag-ayan, 35-anyos, binata at residente ng Barangay Galdang Pasil, Kalinga. Batay sa report Pasil Municipal Police Station, nagmimina ang biktima kasama ang iba pa sa loob ng […] The post Minero patay sa gumuhong minahan appeared first on REMATE ONLINE......»»

Category: newsSource:  remateRelated NewsDec 7th, 2022

2 Army intel pinagbabaril-patay ng NPA

NEGROS Occidental – Pinatay ng mga hinihinalang rebeldeng New People’s Army (NPA) ang dalawang intelligence officer ng 47th Infantry Battalion (47IB) ng Philippine Army sa Barangay Camindangan, Sipalay City. Sa ulat ng Negros Occidental Police Provincial Office (NOCPPO) kinilala ang mga nasawi na sina Sgt. Regie Glindro at Staff Sgt. Ken Camilan, na nagsasagawa ng […] The post 2 Army intel pinagbabaril-patay ng NPA appeared first on REMATE ONLINE......»»

Category: newsSource:  remateRelated NewsNov 25th, 2022

South Korea’s Halloween crowd surge: What we know

SEOUL, South Korea — South Korea is investigating the exact cause of a deadly crowd surge that killed 154 people at a Halloween event, as public outrage grows over perceived policing and crowd control failures. A man offers a flower at a joint memorial altar for victims of the deadly Halloween crowd surge, in Naksopyeong, near the district of Itaewon in Seoul on October 31, 2022. ANTHONY WALLACE / AFP What went wrong and why did so many people die at the first post-pandemic Halloween party in Seoul’s popular Itaewon nightlife district? Here is what we know: What’s going on? The government promised a “thorough and transparent investigation” into the exact causes of the deadly crush in Itaewon, and police said Monday they had launched a task force and started the probe. They’ve deployed forensic experts, seized footage from 50 security cameras in the area, and interviewed scores of witnesses, victims, and workers at nearby stores, according to a senior police officer. How did it happen? Typically, a gathering of over 1,000 people has to submit “safety management plans” to the government in advance for review by police and fire departments. But in the case of the Itaewon Halloween festivities, there is no designated event organiser — individual bars, clubs and restaurants simply hold their own events and people flock to the area. Just weeks before, a “Global Village Festival” was safely staged in the exact same streets — but it was an organised event sponsored by local authorities. As a result, it had “effective crowd control with many police officers and district office staff in charge”, said Kim Min-kyu, who runs a currency exchange shop near the site of the accident and saw both events. Police have admitted to lapses in their real-time management of the event. “Police officers on the scene didn’t detect a sudden surge in the crowd,” Hong Ki-hyun, chief of the National Police Agency’s Public Order Management Bureau, told local reporters. Why was it so bad? Experts say the crowd crush could have been prevented with proper preparation, But they admit things have gotten more difficult after years of pandemic-related lockdowns. “Everywhere in the world event organisers are struggling with the post-Covid crowd,” said Eric Kant, a crowd safety specialist who runs the Phase01 Crowd Management. “A lot of visitors are new with partying, they are indeed very excited, and maybe do not understand risks very much,” he added. Key risk factors for crowd surges are “unrestricted entry” of people into a small space, and “no ticket sales” which means organisers have no exact estimate of demand, experts say — all of which happened at Itaewon. “This is a recipe for disaster in mass gatherings,” crowd safety expert Milad Haghani of the University of New South Wales told AFP. Even for the Halloween event — a public gathering with no tickets — authorities could have been actively managing the situation to prevent overcrowding. “On the day, this would mean monitoring the numbers, at the very least,” said John Drury, an expert on crowd psychology at the University of Sussex. “It would also mean a public information campaign beforehand to discourage such large numbers attending.” He warned that psychology studies show people actually seek out “objectively dangerous levels of density” at events, and organisers need to be aware of this risk. Who is to blame? So far, no one has been held accountable, even as public anger flares at the government and police for their apparent lack of oversight. Top-ranking officials have brushed off questions about taking responsibility, saying the priority is currently on helping the victims and dealing with the aftermath of the accident. Much local criticism has focused on the police — but experts say they are not necessarily at fault. “We should remember that the primary role of the police is generally not crowd management,” said Martyn Amos, a professor at Northumbria University who works on crowd simulation. “It’s possible to manage an event largely using stewards, with the police there to ensure public order and to deal with criminal activity,” he told AFP. What happens next? The government is under immense pressure to resolve this quickly — and properly. The opposition Democratic Party has already slammed the government’s handling of the event, and will likely push for resignations once the national mourning period ends on November 5. The Itaewon crush could deal another blow to President Yoon Suk-yeol’s popularity ratings — already at record lows. There is also a possibility that the disaster, if mishandled, could become a major political liability for the government. In 2014 then president Park Geun-hye was in power during the sinking of the Sewol ferry in which 304 people — mostly school children — died. She was widely criticised for her handling of the incident. The issue lingered over her presidency until she was impeached three years later over a corruption scandal......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsOct 31st, 2022

3 terorista patay sa engkwentro

MAGUINDANAO- NALAGASAN ng tatlong miyembro ang teroristang Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters (BIFF) matapos lusubin ang kampo ng militar at nauwi sa bakbakan Sabado sa lalawigan ito. Ayon kay major Maximino Gerodias Jr., hepe ng Mamasapano Police Station, naganap ang sagupaan sa Barangay Tukanalipao Mamasapano Maguindanao. Aniya, sinalakay ng BIFF ang Patrol Base ng 33rd Infantry […] The post 3 terorista patay sa engkwentro appeared first on REMATE ONLINE......»»

Category: newsSource:  remateRelated NewsJul 24th, 2022

P62M marijuana winasak sa Kalinga

MANILA, Philippines – Umabot sa P62 milyong halaga ng marijuana ang winasak ng mga tauhan ng Philippine National Police (PNP) at Philippine Drug Enforcement Group (PDEA) sa lalawigan ng Kalinga nitong nakalipas na linggo, ayon sa pahayag ng pulisya. Sinabi ni PNP officer-in-charge Police Lieutenant General Vicente Danao, Jr. na isinagawa ang clearing operation mula […] The post P62M marijuana winasak sa Kalinga appeared first on REMATE ONLINE......»»

Category: newsSource:  remateRelated NewsJun 28th, 2022

Tirador ng convenience store todas sa engkwentro sa Bulacan

Bulacan- Patay ang isang lalaking nanloob ng isang covenience store na pumalya ang baril sa mga rumespondeng pulis habang nakatakas ang kanyang kasamahan sa bayan ng Paombong. Sa inisyal report ng Paombong police, bandang alas-3:10 ng madaling araw nitong Hunyo 25, naganap ang panghoholdap ng dalawang hindi nakilalalang lalaki sa Alfamart sa Brgy.San Isidro 1. […] The post Tirador ng convenience store todas sa engkwentro sa Bulacan appeared first on REMATE ONLINE......»»

Category: newsSource:  remateRelated NewsJun 25th, 2022

FASTLANES: Officer ungentleman

CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY (MindaNews / 02 August) — Getting onion-skinned is the least of Mayor Oca Moreno’s traits. Even when political losers go very foul against him, he just dusts it off his shoulders — to the chagrin even of his closest allies. But that is Oca Moreno, steadfast to the point of being […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  mindanewsRelated NewsAug 6th, 2021

13 dead in Tabuk car mishap

Thirteen people – all relatives and including five minors – died after a sports utility vehicle driven by a jail officer fell into an irrigation canal in Tabuk City in Kalinga late Sunday afternoon......»»

Category: newsSource:  thestandardRelated NewsApr 18th, 2021

Dalawa patay sa engkwentro ng pulis at tauhan ng PDEA

Patay ang dalawang pulis at sugatan ang tatlo pa nang maka-engkwentro ng mga miyembro ng Quezon City Police District ang mga tauhan ng Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency sa isang drug buy-bust operation sa Lungsod ng Quezon Miyerkules ng hapon. Ayon sa unang ulat mula sa Philippine National Police Public Information Office, napaslang ang dalawang pulis […] The post Dalawa patay sa engkwentro ng pulis at tauhan ng PDEA appeared first on Daily Tribune......»»

Category: newsSource:  tribuneRelated NewsFeb 24th, 2021

Biden to sign executive orders on Day 1, amid high alert for inauguration

Joe Biden’s top aide said Saturday the incoming president would sign about a dozen executive orders on his first day in office, as police fearing violence from Trump supporters staged a nationwide security operation ahead of the inauguration. Authorities in Washington, where Wednesday’s inauguration will take place, said they arrested a man with a loaded handgun and more than 500 rounds of ammunition at a security checkpoint, underscoring the tension in the US capital which is resembling a war zone. However, the man’s family told US media he was a security guard, rejecting the idea he was intent on causing harm. Incoming Biden chief of staff Ron Klain said in a memo to new White House senior staff that the executive orders would address the pandemic, the ailing US economy, climate change and racial injustice in America. “All of these crises demand urgent action,” Klain said in the memo. “In his first ten days in office, President-elect Biden will take decisive action to address these four crises, prevent other urgent and irreversible harms, and restore America’s place in the world,” Klain added. As he inherits the White House from Donald Trump, Biden’s plate is overflowing with acute challenges. The US is fast approaching 400,000 dead from the Covid-19 crisis and logging well over a million new cases a week as the coronavirus spreads out of control. The economy is ailing, with 10 million fewer jobs available compared to the start of the pandemic. Biden this week unveiled plans to seek $1.9 trillion to revive the economy through new stimulus payments and other aid, and plans a blitz to accelerate America’s stumbling Covid vaccine rollout effort. On Inauguration Day Biden, as previously promised, will sign orders including ones for the US to rejoin the Paris climate accord and reverse Trump’s ban on entry of people from certain Muslim majority countries, Klain said. “President-elect Biden will take action — not just to reverse the gravest damages of the Trump administration — but also to start moving our country forward,” Klain said. – 500 rounds of ammunition – Meanwhile, Washington was under a state of high alert after a mob of President Donald Trump’s supporters stormed the Capitol on January 6. The assault left five people dead, including a police officer. Security officials have warned that armed pro-Trump extremists, possibly carrying explosives, pose a threat to Washington as well as state capitals over the coming week. Thousands of National Guard troops have been deployed in Washington and streets have been blocked off downtown with concrete barriers. On Friday night, police arrested a Virginia man at a security checkpoint where he tried to use an “unauthorized” credential to access the restricted area where Biden will be inaugurated. As officers checked the credential against the authorized access list, one noticed decals on the back of Wesley Beeler’s pick-up truck that said “Assault Life,” with an image of a rifle, and another with the message: “If they come for your guns, give ’em your bullets first,” according to a document filed in Washington, DC Superior Court. Under questioning, Beeler told officers he had a Glock handgun in the vehicle. A search uncovered a loaded handgun, more than 500 rounds of ammunition, shotgun shells and a magazine for the gun, the court document said. Beeler was arrested on charges including possession of an unregistered firearm and unlawful possession of ammunition. But Beeler’s father Paul told The New York Times his son had been working as a security guard on the Capitol grounds. Asked if the younger Beeler supported a peaceful transition of power, Paul Beeler told the newspaper, “That’s the reason he’s there.” In addition to the heavy security presence in Washington, law enforcement was out in force in state capitals around the country to ward off potential political violence. Mass protests that had been planned for the weekend did not materialize on Saturday, with security far outnumbering Trump supporters at several fortified statehouses, US media reported. In St Paul, Minnesota, for example, hundreds of law enforcement officers, some armed with long guns, ringed the Capitol with National Guard troops providing backup.  The number of protesters totaled about 50......»»

Category: newsSource:  mb.com.phRelated NewsJan 17th, 2021

CPP: Terror tag also targets political opposition

The Anti-Terrorism Council’s designation of the Communist Party of the Philippines as a terrorist group is also directed at the legal political opposition, CPP Central Committee information officer Marco Valbuena claimed yesterday......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsDec 28th, 2020

Parak, suspek patay sa Cavite checkpoint shootout

Nauwi sa madugong bakbakan na ikinasawi ng isang pulis at isang suspek ang routine checkpoint nitong Biyernes sa Manila-Cavite Road, Barangay 8 sa Pulo 3, Cavite City. Isang video ng engkwentro ang viral ngayon sa social media kung saan makikita ang maayos na pagberepika ng mga tauna ng Cavite Highway Patrol Group sa pagkakakilanlan ng […] The post Parak, suspek patay sa Cavite checkpoint shootout appeared first on Daily Tribune......»»

Category: newsSource:  tribuneRelated NewsNov 7th, 2020

Criminology instructor electrocuted

  BY LIEZLE BASA INIGO     PANGASINAN – A criminology instructor died after he got electrocuted while atop a metal scaffolding in Barangay Lebueg, Laoac town. Police Captain Rez Gerome Cachin, officer-in-charge of Laoac Police, said John Repoyo, 30, of Sitio Pudo, San Felipe Central, Binalonan, Pangasinan was declared dead on arrival at the […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  tempoRelated NewsNov 3rd, 2020

10 BIFF, 2 sundalo patay sa bakbakan sa Maguindanao

Manila, Philippines – Sampung rebelde at dalawang sundalo ang patay sa engkwentro ng tropa ng militar at mga miyembro ng Daulah Islamiyah maging ang Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters (BIFF) sa Maguindanao nitong Miyerkoles. Nangyari ang insidente bandang 5:30 ng umaga sa Brgy. Penditen, Datu Salibo ayon kay 6th Infantry Division spokesperson Lieutenant Colonel Dingdong Atilano. […] The post 10 BIFF, 2 sundalo patay sa bakbakan sa Maguindanao appeared first on REMATE ONLINE......»»

Category: newsSource:  remateRelated NewsJul 30th, 2020

2 AFP officer, 2 kawal patay sa engkuwentro vs. PNP sa Sulu

APAT na miyembro ng Armed Forces, kabilang ang dalawang opisyal, ang napatay nang makipagbarilan umano sa mga pulis sa Jolo, Sulu, kaninang hapon. Ang mga nasawi’y may mga ranggong major, captain, sergeant, at corporal, sabi ni Lt. Gen. Cirilito Sobejana, hepe ng AFP Western Mindanao Command. Naganap ang insidente sa Sitio Marina, Brgy. Walled City, […] The post 2 AFP officer, 2 kawal patay sa engkuwentro vs. PNP sa Sulu appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJun 29th, 2020

Gregg Popovich: “Embarrassed as a white person”

SAN ANTONIO (AP) — San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich said he’s “embarrassed as a white person” that George Floyd could die in such a “nonchalant” manner. The 71-year-old Popovich addressed Floyd’s death in a video released Saturday by the Spurs as part of the team's #SpursVoices social media series. Floyd was in handcuffs when a Minneapolis police officer pressed his knee into his neck as he pleaded that he couldn’t breathe. Derek Chauvin is charged with third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter. “In a strange, counterintuitive sort of way, the best teaching moment of this recent tragedy, I think, was the look on the officer’s face,” Popovich said. “For white people to see how nonchalant, how casual, just how everyday-going-about-his job, so much so that he could just put his left hand in his pocket, wriggle his knee around a little bit to teach this person some sort of a lesson -- and that it was his right and his duty to do it, in his mind. ... “I think I’m just embarrassed as a white person to know that that can happen. To actually watch a lynching. We’ve all seen books, and you look in the books and you see black people hanging off of trees. ... But we just saw it again. I never thought I’d see that, with my own eyes, in real time. “It’s like the neighborhood where you know there’s a dangerous corner, and you know that something’s going to happen someday, and nobody does anything. And then a young kid gets killed and a stop sign goes up. Well, without getting too political, we’ve got a lot of stop signs that need to go up -- quickly -- because our country is in trouble. And the basic reason is race.” Popovich said white people must help lead the charge for change. “We have to do it. Black people have been shouldering this burden for 400 years,” Popovich said. “The only reason this nation has made the progress it has is because of the persistence, patience and effort of black people. The history of our nation from the very beginning in many ways was a lie, and we continue to this day, mostly black and brown people, to try to make that lie a truth so that it is no longer a lie. And those rights and privileges are enjoyed by people of color, just like we enjoy them. So it’s got to be us, in my opinion, that speak truth to power, and call it out, no matter what the consequences. We have to speak. We have to not let anything go.” Popovich has led the Spurs to five NBA titles and is a three-time coach of the year. He's set to coach the United States in the Tokyo Olympics.  .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJun 7th, 2020

Police dies during marathon in Cebu

CEBU CITY, Philippines – A police officer died after he collapsed while joining a fun run that traversed the Cebu Cordova Link Expressway (CCLEX) in Cebu City early morning on Sunday, February 5. Police Lieutenant Colonel Gerard Ace Pelare, the spokesperson of Police Brigadier General Jerry Bearis, director of the Police Regional Office in Central […] The post Police dies during marathon in Cebu appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsFeb 5th, 2023

Food security in the highlands of Kalinga

If there’s one crucial thing that we can learn about this onion fiasco or the unprecedented price hike for almost every food we buy, that is self-sufficiency......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsFeb 4th, 2023