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about 5 days ago

An explosion disrupted a medical mission by the military, government and NGOs for the residents of Patikul, Sulu. No casualties have been reported.

about 2 weeks ago

President Rodrigo Duterte will ask Congress to prioritize the passage of a bill reforming the pension system for members of the military and other uniformed personnel.

about 2 weeks ago

The death count from back to back explosions at a church in Jolo, Sulu now at 22 people. The deadly blast which happened during Sunday morning mass also left scores wounded and forced hundreds to flee for safety. The military is still pursuing members of terror groups believed to be behind the bombing. That, as they allay fears of more acts of violence.

about 3 weeks ago

Zamboanga regional police say they obtained leads to identify the possible suspects behind the attack

about 3 weeks ago

Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) Chief of Staff Benjamin Madrigal Jr. got the nod of the powerful Commission on Appointments (CA) on Wednesday.

about 3 weeks ago

Government and military officials defend the legality of extending martial law in Mindanao for the third time in today's oral arguments at the Supreme Court.

about 3 weeks ago

Confusion on how the bombing attack was carried out in the town of Jolo in Sulu province. President Rodrigo Duterte and the military are saying two different things.

about 3 weeks ago

An angry and disappointed President Rodrigo Duterte calling on his troops to finish off terror groups as he visits the sights of back to back deadly blasts at a church in the town of Jolo. The attack which happened during a Sunday morning mass killed 20 people and injured more than a hundred others.

about 3 weeks ago

The AFP Western Mindanao Command also dispelled rumours that the blast was a suicide bombing.

about 1 month ago

The Philippines will look to allies from Israel and South Korea to supply arms, the President said.