Govt, MILF framework agreement to be signed next week

Mapipirmahan na sa susunod na linggo ang framework agreement sa pagitan ng gobyerno at Moro Islamic Liberation Front. Magsisilbi itong panuntunan para sa kasunduang magiging daan sa kapayapaan sa rehiyon. Nagpa-Patrol, Dominic Almelor. TV Patrol, Oktubre 7, 2012, Linggo

International community lauds PH-MILF deal

MANILA, Philippines -- The international community promised to continue its support for the people of Mindanao now that a lasting peace pact is already in the offing.

Hackers have not spared us – PPCRV

MANILA, Philippines - The Parish Pastoral Council for Responsible Voting (PPCRV) said its website has not been spared by hackers.

Govt reaches deal with MILF to end rebellion

MANILA, Philippines (2nd UPDATE) -- The government and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) have reached an agreement creating a new political entity in the south called “Bangsamoro.”

FVR wants probe on P100B loss

MANILA, Philippines – Former President Fidel V. Ramos on Saturday urged the government to investigate the loss of more than

P100 billion

, as reported by the Commission on Audit.

Santiago: Cybercrime law has vague provisions

Senator Miriam Defensor Santiago adds her voice to the opposition to the new cybercrime law. One of her colleagues also believes that RA 10175 should be put on hold. ABS-CBN News correspondent Niko Baua has details. Prime News, ANC, October 6, 2012

PH lost P100B to graft: COA

For Nokia: Higit isandaan at P100 bilyon ang nawala sa kaban ng bayan. Ito'y base sa report ng Commission on Audit.

Comelec to weed out nuisance candidates

MANILA, Philippines – The 5-day period for the filing of certificates of candidacy (COC) for next year's midterm election was generally peaceful across the country, according to the Commission on Elections (Comelec).

Palace appeals to hackers to cease attacks

MANILA - Hackers incensed by the Philippines' controversial cybercrime law have attacked government sites that deliver emergency information during natural disasters, an official said Saturday.

Honasan backtracks on cybercrime law

MANILA, Philippines – Senator Gregorio “Gringo” Honasan, one of the senators who approved the anti-cybercrime law proposal on its third and final reading, said on Saturday that Republic Act 10175 “cannot” and “must not” by implemented until the issues have been resolved.