Red-tagging
Filipino forces kill Indigenous people as state violence continues and other stories

Today we look at the massacres of Indigenous people by armed forces in the Philippines, violence against civilians by Myanmar’s junta forces, and more

One arrest and three killings over the weekend in Philippines as repression continues

Three, including two elderly peace consultants of the communist National Democratic Front of Philippines (NDFP), were killed late Friday in two separate incidents

Israeli forces detain Palestinians, anti-Netanyahu coalition forms and other stories

Today we look at the ongoing mass arrest campaign against Palestinians, charges against Kenyan labour activist Malcolm Bidali in Qatar, and more

Israeli air strikes on Gaza enter second week and other stories

Today we look at the situation in Gaza in the 2nd week of Israeli attacks, the results of Chile’s Constitutional Convention elections, and more

Gaza death toll crosses 100, extremist mobs attack Palestinians and other stories

Today we look at the attacks by extremist mobs on Palestinians, demands for fair wages and safety by nursing home workers in the US, and more

Labor groups and activists decry continued raids and arrests in the Philippines

Social movements and community organizations are coming together to raise their voice against the continued violence and bloodshed inflicted on activists in the Philippines

Philippines Bloody Sunday raids Outrage against Duterte government in the Philippines after ‘Bloody Sunday’ raids 

Rights groups in the Philippines have strongly condemned multiple violent raids coordinated by the police and the military on Sunday which killed over nine people and led to the arrest of six others

Rohingya refugees detained in Jammu face deportation threat and other stories

In today’s episode we take a look at the recent detention of Rohingya refugees in the Jammu region, the “Bloody Sunday” raids by security forces in the Philippines, the continued persecution of pro-democracy protesters in Thailand, and the broader context of the recent electricity blackout in the state of Texas

Outrage in Philippines over mass arrest in a sanctuary school for indigenous children

26 indigenous persons, including 19 children, were taken from a sanctuary school in Cebu City by the police in a supposed rescue operation with child welfare authorities and the military

Philippines universities condemn government attempts at ‘red-tagging’

The accusations were made by the head of the Rodrigo Duterte’s anti-insurgency body, Antonio Parlade, just a week after the government decided to deploy security forces into University of the Philippines campuses

Justice for victim of police killing in Ireland

This episode looks at demands for justice over state killings in Sudan, Ireland and the Philippines.

Philippines indigenous deaths Filipino lawmakers and activists demand inquiry into recent killings of Indigenous leaders

Legislators of the left-wing Makabayan bloc have called for an investigation by the Philippines House of Representatives into the recent mass killings of Tumandok community leaders on December 30

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