Report by IPAC says women can steer female inmates from militant organizations.
Meanwhile, Thai authorities say they are investigating four media agencies for allegedly spreading misinformation.
Surveillance of campuses will complicate Muslims’ relationship with security sector, a member of the National Ulema board member says.
The two nations are expanding military-to-military engagement, Pentagon says.
Police and military forces used sniffer dogs, a crane and drones to search for the men, who sawed iron bars to break out of an immigration detention center.
Opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim says police are harassing him over effort to lead government.
Faharudin Hadji Satar took over Maute band whose leaders died as the 2017 siege ended.
Earlier, Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-o-cha led a cabinet meeting to approve his emergency declaration.
However, Duterte’s decision to resume oil search in the South China Sea is unilateral, the energy secretary said.
National defense officials said planes have made 220 incursions in 2020.
Meanwhile, Bangladesh’s foreign minister and a visiting senior American official discuss efforts to aid the refugee group.
Their families have spent thousands of dollars on medical treatment as government compensation barely covers expenses.
Prabowo Subianto and U.S. officials will discuss military and security cooperation, the State Department said.