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about 20 hours ago

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about 2 weeks ago

The military eyes stamping out the Abu Sayyaf terrorist group by June this year, its Public Affairs Chief Col. Edgar Arevalo announced.

about 3 weeks ago

The Western Mindanao Command operations killed four Abu Sayyaf rebels and recovered four powerful weapons during another clash in Sulu.

about 1 month ago

After spending the day verifying its intelligence reports, the Armed Forces of the Philippines finally confirmed that the Abu Sayyaf Group has beheaded its German victim Juergen Gustav Kantner.

about 1 month ago

Peace Adviser Jesus Dureza confirmed that the Abu Sayyaf Group has beheaded German victim Juergen Gustav Kantner.

about 1 month ago

The military's commander-in-chief has spoken: Ceasefire with communist guerrillas ends, so get ready to go into battle again. And the Armed Forces of the Philippines is heeding the President's call to arms.

about 1 month ago

As per President Rodrigo Duterte's orders, effective Friday, the government's ceasefire with the communist rebels is lifted.

about 2 months ago

Helicopters and drones are prohibited around the Mall of Asia (MOA) arena, where the Miss Universe coronation will be held on Monday.

about 2 months ago

But President Rodrigo Duterte has yet to fulfill his promise of doubling the salaries of men in uniform.

about 3 months ago

Describing the police organization as "fractured," President Rodrigo Duterte repeats his call for the military to step in and help him out with his war against illegal drugs.