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about 1 month ago

Defense Secretary and martial law administrator Delfin Lorenzana said he supports giving the Human Rights Commission their full budget to keep the police and military in check.

about 1 month ago

The Office of Ciivil Defense says contingency plans are in place, in case the country gets hit by missile debris.

about 2 months ago

Amid increasing tensions between the United States and North Korea, the Philippines is still studying its options on how to respond if a full-blown war erupts. Officials admit, there's only so much the Philippines can do.

about 2 months ago

North Korea earlier threatened to fire missiles, targeting an area near the U.S. territory of Guam.

about 3 months ago

Without martial law, other areas in Mindanao aside from Marawi may also fall in the hands of terrorists, defense and military officials said in defense of the President's request for an extension.

about 3 months ago

Part of the discussion is whether or not another period to extend martial law is warranted and why the need to extend it.

about 3 months ago

The 60-day martial law period in Mindanao ends on July 22, and the Secretary of National Defense will submit an assessment to the President next week.

about 3 months ago

With more than a month into the fighting in Marawi, the Defense Secretary is eyeing to end the conflict before President Rodrigo Duterte's second State of the Nation Address this month.

about 4 months ago

Some of the country's top security officials, like Defense secretary Delfin Lorenzana and National Security Adviser Hermogenes Esperon, faced senators on Monday to inform them of the situation in the embattled city of Marawi and the whole of Mindanao as well.

about 7 months ago

Despite women dominating the Philippine Military Academy class of 2017 and contributing vital roles to the organization, Defense officials say their number should remain limited. Women's group Gabriela finds this unacceptable.