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Philippine MPs vote to extend martial law in south
Lawmakers in the Philippines have overwhelmingly approved a plan by the government of President Rodrigo Duterte to extend martial law in the country’s south by one year over a persisting terror threat.
Philippine president asks Congress to extend martial law across South
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte asked Congress on Monday to extend martial law across the southern third of the country until the end of next year to combat Daesh militants and communists.
Philippines’ Duterte orders police back to drug war
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte on Tuesday told human rights groups criticizing his deadly anti-drug war to "go to hell" after ordering police back to the frontlines of the crackdown.
US Navy ends search for 3 missing sailors in the Philippine Sea
The US Navy has ended the search and rescue mission to find three sailors who went missing after their aircraft crashed into the Philippine Sea a couple of days ago, presuming they are dead.
ASEAN summit opens in Philippine capital amid anti-US protests
Leaders of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) are taking part in a two-day summit the Philippine capital, Manila, amid tight security and heavy police presence in the face of anti-US protest rallies.
'Dump Trump' protest erupts ahead of Philippines summit
President Donald Trump’s tour of Asia continued Sunday with his arrival in the Philippines, amid protests.
Five-month battle with Daesh ends in Philippines’ Marawi
A five-month battle against Daesh supporters in the southern Philippines that claimed more than 1,000 lives has ended, the nation's defense secretary said on Monday.
Russia to procure Kalashnikov guns to Philippines: Duterte
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte says Russia is to procure his country with a shipment of Kalashnikov guns, a sign Manila is succeeding in its policy to pivot away from long-time ally Washington.
Thousands rally for and against Philippine president
Thousands of Filipinos have rallied for and against President Rodrigo Duterte whose policies, including a heavy-handed war on drugs, have made him both controversial and hugely popular.
Australia to send more troops to help Philippines
Australia will send troops to assist Philippine forces in the ongoing battle against Daesh terrorist group fighters in the southern city of Marawi, Australia’s Defense Minister Marise Payne said on Friday.
34 Philippine poultry workers cleared of H5N6 bird flu
The Philippine Department of Health (DOH) said that 34 poultry workers who showed signs of flu-like symptoms tested negative for bird flu.
Abu Sayyaf militants kill nine, wound 16 in Philippines
Philippine officials said Abu Sayyaf militant gunmen have killed at least nine people and wounded 16 others in a dawn attack in a remote village in the country's restive south.
Philippines’ Duterte praises police killings of drug suspects
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte on Wednesday urged the police to kill dozens of drug suspects every day, as he praised officers who shot dead 32 people this week in "shock and awe" raids.
The Philippines wants to 'build, build, build' (video)
Benjamin Diokno, the Philippines' secretary of budget and management, weighs in on the country's infrastructure investment and current account deficit.
Philippine troops capture key bridge near Marawi militants
Philippine troops have captured a key bridge leading to the main position of Daesh-linked militants in the southern city of Marawi but won’t stage a major assault and will instead press efforts to rescue civilian hostages, an official said Monday.

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