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GIVE LOLO, LOLA A HUG TODAY –
Francisco and Sliver Tanganim are all smiles as they dote on their seven grandchildren outside their home in Baseco, Tondo. (Kevin Tristan Espiritu/ MANILA BULLETIN)

Celebrating Lolo and Lola

While nothing can compare to a parent's love, the bond between grandparent and grandchild is life shaping. The memories spent together playing, spoiling, talking, and…

FUTURE ANTI-EXTREMISM FIGHTERS — Some of the more than 400 pupils of the Maguindanao Children Development Center (MCDC), a special primary education program focused on combined modern and Islamic studies, chant slogans of peace and their being ‘future anti-extremism fighters’ as they pose for posterity with the MCDEC founder, Governor Esmael G. Mangudadatu, in his 50th birthday kanduli (thanksgiving) in Buluan town on Aug. 20. (Ali Macabalang/MANILA BULLETIN)

Tougher war on extremism seen in Bangsamoro

By Ali Macabalang COTABATO CITY – Omar Hamza (not his real name) is seeing brighter prospects for his young family to be able to live…

KIDS
FOR PEACE — Teach Peace Build Peace Movement volunteer Racquel Correa builds rapport with the participants of Marawi Kids for Peace at the Marawi City Hall during the commemoration of the siege that happened in 2017. TPBPM held a peace education session in May this year. (Photo courtesy of TPBPM/ MANILA BULLETIN)

Kids as peacebuilders

By Taj Basman COTABATO CITY — After the Mamasapano incident in 2015 that claimed the lives of 44 police commandos, 18 Moro combatants and other…

VITAL CITY. A mother and her son cross the street in downtown Cotabato City, which now on top of the Moro Islamic Liberation Front's (MILF) priority to be included in the proposed Bangsamoro region. (Keith Bacongco/ MANILA BULLETIN)

Business community optimistic on BARMM

By Antonio Colina IV DAVAO CITY – Mindanawon business leaders have high hopes that the newly signed Organic Law for the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in…

BRID
GE OF HOPE -- A huge welcome sign is emblazoned at the end of this bridge in Cotabato City, welcoming residents, visitors, and possible investors. Morning scene at a corner in downtown Cotabato City, which is bracing for development with its possible inclusion in the new Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM). (Keith Bacongco/ MANILA BULLETIN)

Religious leaders pledge to work with new BARMM

By Camcer Ordonez Imam CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY – Under the banner “Christians for Peace” (CFP) program, the Christian minority that will fall under the…

R OLELE OF YOUTUTH – Youthful Moro leader Hatima A. Sahal performs a traditional Moro dance during cultural presentation of the six-day Youth POWERWERWER (Peacebuilding Our Way, Engaged and Resilient) Training of Trainers at the Marco Polo Hotel on July 14, 2018. (Manman Dejeto)

Youth power in Bangsamoro

By Antonio Colina IV DAVAO CITY – A young Moro leader from Basilan province hopes the newly signed Bangsamoro law would end the decades-long armed…