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about 3 weeks ago

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about 1 month ago

The defense chief says government forces will not halt offensives, which was a condition of the CPP for the release of the captives.

about 1 month ago

The Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) declared a unilateral ceasefire in observance of the holiday season and its 50th anniversary.

about 1 month ago

Delfin Lorenzana says that the government should be more wary of radars that can guide missiles and jam communication systems.

about 2 months ago

The court ruled that the embattled senator filed for amnesty, despite the Defense Department not finding the documents in relation to his application.

about 3 months ago

China has nothing to worry about as it prepares for President Xi Jinping's visit to Manila in November. Contrary to China's apprehension, the country will not be joining any military drills with the U.S. next month.

about 4 months ago

The two defense officials also reaffirmed the defense relationship between the United States and the Philippines.

about 4 months ago

The Presidential Legal Counsel insists former Defense Secretary Voltaire Gazmin is liable for usurpation of authority, even as a Presidential proclamation authorized him to determine who was qualified for amnesty.

about 4 months ago

Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque tells CNN Philippines the burden to produce documents on the amnesty application lies with Senator Antonio Trillanes IV.