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PHILIPPINES: Manobo farmers face threats and harassment even after being released on bail


Urgent Appeal Case : The Asian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) is deeply concerned that the authorities continue to harass and intimidate the illegally detained farmers in Kidapawan city, Philippines, even after bail for their provisional liberty was posted. Eighty-two farmers were arrested on 1 April 2016 during a violent dispersal of a peaceful blockade conducted by 6000 farmers asking for drought assistance. Read More...

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Torture in the Philippines

Unthinkable delays in investigating and filing charges in court on complaints, for example the case of the Abadilla Five, detainees who had been illegally arrested, tortured to confess responsibility to the murder of an influential police colonel, Rolando Abadilla, who was murdered in 13 June 1996, remains to have not been filed in court. Their complaints have not been resolved and filed in court, despite a by the Office of the Ombudsman for the Military and Other Law Enforcement Offices (MOLEO) despite 13 years have passed.

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