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Bassir Sahak led an IS-inspired group in the region, officials say.
Sen. Antonio Trillanes says decision means he cannot be arrested for roles in uprisings.
Naval personnel from 10 ASEAN nations, meanwhile, kick off first-ever joint drills with Chinese navy.
The farmers were occupying part of a sugarcane plantation in Sagay, Negros Occidental province.
There is potential for cooperation in oil and gas exploration in sea region, officials said.
Violence comes after arrest of five top rebel leaders, authorities say.
Military rule meant to keep pro-Islamic State militants in check, says Col. Romeo Brawner, army’s deputy commander in Marawi.
Rebel leaders were plotting to overthrow the president, the Philippine military alleges.
Imee Marcos says family will not admit guilt for her father’s 20-year dictatorial rule.
City’s reconstruction remains slow, as military officials say pro-Islamic State militants regrouping elsewhere.
But Sino-Russian bilateral relations are a complicating factor, experts say.
Southeast Asian nation joins countries with tainted human rights records.
Teodoro “Teddy Boy” Locsin Jr. replaces Alan Peter Cayetano as Manila’s top diplomat.
Military: Gunbattle erupts as troops search for kidnapped hostages, including three Indonesians.
Rodrigo Duterte travels abroad despite talk about whether his health is deteriorating.
China’s leader is to visit Manila as military exercises take place in South China Sea.
Attack could be linked to the killing of Ozamiz City Mayor Reynaldo Parojinog, police spokesman says.
The fatality marks first time that a member of Japan’s Ground Self-Defense Forces died during an overseas drill, officials say.
Military exercises would take place two months after computer-simulated drills in Singapore.
Violence comes shortly after claims that “narco-politics” has taken root.
Economic managers said Typhoon Mangkhut exacerbated the increase.
Officials say 18 campuses have been infiltrated in effort to oust the president.
Deaths come a week after the president admitted to extrajudicial killings in drug war.
‘Cooperation of Warriors at Sea’ is scheduled to run to Oct. 10.
Mocha Uson has used her Facebook account to back the president.
Disaster relief agency says excavation efforts have become too dangerous.
Alexander Buquing is the 18th local official slain since June 2016.
Meanwhile, a militant who had escaped from Marawi has been killed in a clash with the military near the ruined city.
Crackdown has saved the country from becoming a “narco-state," according to Alan Peter Cayetano, Manila's top diplomat.