Gunmen Slay 9 Farmers in Central Philippines
The farmers were occupying part of a sugarcane plantation in Sagay, Negros Occidental province.
Philippines, China Reaffirm ‘Freedom of Navigation’ in South China Sea
There is potential for cooperation in oil and gas exploration in sea region, officials said.
3 Philippine Policemen Killed, 3 wounded in Communist Rebel Attack
Violence comes after arrest of five top rebel leaders, authorities say.
Martial Law in Southern Philippines Could Be Extended, Spokesman Says
Military rule meant to keep pro-Islamic State militants in check, says Col. Romeo Brawner, army’s deputy commander in Marawi.
Philippines Catches 5 Communist Guerrilla Leaders
Rebel leaders were plotting to overthrow the president, the Philippine military alleges.
Former Dictator’s Family Members Lead Rowdy Philippine Election Circus
Imee Marcos says family will not admit guilt for her father’s 20-year dictatorial rule.
One Year after Marawi Siege: Thousands of Displaced Residents Still Live in Tents
City’s reconstruction remains slow, as military officials say pro-Islamic State militants regrouping elsewhere.
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