Soldiers were meeting with community elders on Jolo island when the militants attacked, military says.
Future Forward Party’s Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit cannot serve in parliament until media ownership allegation is resolved.
Government still has not begun to reconstruct the southern city, which was ruined in fighting.
Calm returns after clashes that also wounded more than 700 people and resulted in arrests of at least 400 protesters.
Ottawa announces move after Philippine leader orders that Canadian garbage be sent back immediately.
Journalism groups call for the return of portiboron.com, 53 other sites shuttered by the government.
Government limits access to social media to prevent chaos, security affairs minister Wiranto says.
Proclaimed senators include President Rodrigo Duterte’s personal aide and former police chief who oversaw his drug war.
Dissidents Jia Huajiang and Liu Xuehong are being held in immigration detention, and fear repatriation to China.
Unclear whether dead are civilians or police; 20 arrested for inciting a riot, police chief says.
A spokesman for Rodrigo Duterte says the president is upset about Ottawa’s delay in removing waste.
Abdulroning Jeloh insists he was not involved in 2004 attacks that killed more than 100 people.
President Jokowi faces demands from majority and non-majority groups as he heads into a final term.
Retired Gen. Prabowo Subianto calls the presidential vote count the “result of fraud.”
Security forces on patrol recover assault rifles, ammunition and mobile phones.
The annual police event is part of a successful deradicalization program, its chief says.