Philippines Doubles Bounty for Top IS-linked Militant
Abu Dar is believed to be one of the likely successors to Isnilon Hapilon
Opposition Grows to Philippine Policy of Rounding Up Loiterers
More deaths have been reported in overcrowded jails.
Philippines: Abu Sayyaf Militants Kidnap, Release Mayor’s Relatives
Stepmother and stepsister freed after military launches manhunt on Jolo island.
Philippines Halts Back-Channel Talks with Communist Insurgents
Military launches offensives after suspected guerrillas wounded six soldiers with bomb.
Vietnamese Ship Runs Aground in Philippines, Damages Artificial Reefs
Destruction after the accident in Sarangani Bay is said to be extensive.
Philippine Communist Rebels Threaten to Intensify Attacks
New People’s Army rejects offer to hold peace talks in Manila.
Philippine Supreme Court Upholds Chief Justice’s Ouster
President Rodrigo Duterte had branded Maria Lourdes Sereno as his “enemy.”
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