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At least 56 women killed in junta attacks in three months

At least 11 massacres – defined as the killing of 10 or more civilians at once – took place between May and the end of August

Lasalians hold global prayer gathering for peace in Holy Land

The global prayer gathering aimed to emphasize the importance of peace, unity, and solidarity in a region marked by ongoing conflict.

Nearly 90 health care workers killed in post-coup military violence

The arrests, closures, and raids on medical clinics and buildings are all attempts by the junta to punish or intimidate healthcare workers

Myanmar troops arrest 100 villagers, kill man in Magway region

Around 100 soldiers raided Shwe Lin Swea in Myaing township on Sunday after bombarding the village with heavy artillery

Heavy artillery kills child in Myanmar’s Sagaing region

Photographs obtained by RFA show bloodstains on Myauk Yamar bridge which locals say indicate the men were killed there.

Philippines group condemns ‘arbitrary’ killing of children

The network called for a comprehensive review of law enforcement practice in the country and demanded “reflection and change” at all levels

Photos: ‘Compassion and Healing in the New Normal’

Families of victims of drug-related and extrajudicial killings in the Philippines stage a play before representatives of the European Union

Philippine bishop says Lord ‘haunting’ police for killings, calls on them...

“It must be the Lord’s way of pranking them with a familiar image of victims many of their fellow officers had murdered extrajudicially"

Philippine military diocese backs Marcos’ call to crack down on private...

“It is the responsibility of the government to take strong action to dismantle these groups and confiscate their weapons”

Bishop condemns killing of governor in central Philippines, five others

“How can we ever have lasting peace if we keep living in a culture of violence?” Bishop Cortes said

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