ATI-ATIHAN ILOILO FUN. Tribu Paghidaet performs at the Dinagyang Festival in Iloilo City during the weekend* ( Ronnie Baldonado photo )


De Lima blames Duterte for ‘Tokhang for ransom'
BY CARLA GOMEZ

Senator Leila de Lima yesterday slammed President Rodrigo Duterte anew for the continuedextra judicial killings happening in the countrydue to his war on drugs, and blamed him for the death of a South Korean businessman inside Camp Crame.

De Lima, who spoke at a Multi Sectoral Leaders Conference and the induction of the Negros United Coalition officers at the Business Inn in Bacolod City, pointed out that Jee IckJoo was a victim of a “Tokhang for ransom” operation by policemen assigned to the PNP Anti-Illegal Drugs Group.

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Killing of NFSW leader hit
BY GILBERT BAYORAN

The police is looking into a land conflict as the possible motive in the killing of a leader of the National Federation of Sugarcane Workers in Murcia, Negros Occidental.

The victim, identified as Alexander Ceballos, 54, succumbed to a gunshot wound in the head, when he was shot by two unidentified armed suspects wearing bonnets, in front of his house in Purok Tangke, Brgy. Pandanon Silos, Murcia, on Friday.

Ceballos was declared dead on arrival at the Bacolod Adventist Hospital in Bacolod City, the Murcia police said.
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ENRO looking for cleanest,
greenest Dumaguete brgys
BY JUANCHO GALLARDE

Environment and Natural Resources Officer Rosel Garcia ordered recently all barangay officials to remove eyesores in their barangays, to include unsightly posters, graffiti, abandoned junks, stockpiles, garbage and litters along the road, public and private places, as they vie for the cleanest and greenest barangays of Dumaguete City.

The project was launched January 20 in the presence of the city's barangay captains and kagawads, and graced by Councilor Manny Arbon, chairman of the Sangguniang Panlungsod Committee on Environment.

Required under the support system is a functional Barangay Environment and Natural Resources Council to formulate and prepare policies regarding the implementation of environmental programs and projects, among others. .