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In this video, Mrs. Edita Tiamzon, 50, speaks about the difficulties she and her children are facing since she lost her husband, UNTV's Daniel Tiamzon, one of the victims of the Ampatuan massacre. Two years after the massacre, Mrs. Tiamzon continues to rebuild their lives and to fight for justice.

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At least?25 people dead with 150?missing when a landslide?hit Pantukan, Compostela Valley today


Justice On Wheels With 8 Buses

January 1, 2012

In the Philippines, an overburdened court system means that cases can take years to be resolved

There are currently tens of thousands of under-trial prisoners still waiting to see a judge


Philippine Justice Secretary Leila de Lima gives a press briefing on the charges and arrest of former President Arroyo?- 18 Nov 2011


Arroyo?barred from leaving Philippines - tries to fly from NAIA - 15 Nov 2011


Anger over the murder of an Italian priest in Mindanao grows - 20?Oct 2011

The Philippines is the largest organised labour-exporting country in the world, according to statistics from the US-based Brookings Institution.

An estimated eight million Filipinos live and work overseas, but for many workers trying to earn a living the job is proving dangerous and even fatal - 16 Oct 2011

Philippine maids pay a high price - 16 Oct 2011

Filipino domestic workers grossly underpaid - 15 Sept 2011


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