Militants appear to be reorganizing aggressively after the five-month Marawi battle.
Spokesman says President Rodrigo Dutere maintains support of U.S. President Donald Trump.
Philippine police do not engage in extrajudicial killings, President Duterte's spokesman says.
Successor vows to carry on with anti-drug campaign that has killed thousands.
President said foreigners have no right to freedom of expression afforded to citizens.
Manila’s foreign secretary says Malaysia, Indonesia cooperating on anti-terror fight.
Government officials allege the 71-year-old was an undesirable alien.
Defense chief issues statement after USS Theodore Roosevelt hosted delegates in the South China Sea.
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Violence comes days after officials said troops foiled a plot to blow up a bridge.
President Duterte says International Criminal Court’s arguments are “flawed” and it will “never have jurisdiction” over him.
Hundreds of families flee their homes as sporadic clashes rage in five towns, authorities say
But Philippine leader did not explain where he based his account.
Officials coordinated with Jakarta government to deport suspect.
Target was a commander of the Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters (BIFF), a southern rebel group.
The two men were captured after planting a bomb near pro-government militia outpost in the south, officials said.
Affected residential areas are littered with improvised explosives, military says.
Duterte makes abrupt announcement but without citing a reason.
The island will be closed, starting April 26, over concerns about sewage pollution.
Security forces have recovered more than 1,000 unexploded bombs, military says.
Congress is expected to vote on the Bangsamoro Basic Law in May.
Judges dismiss Duterte administration’s argument that the list is irrelevant.
NPA guerrillas launched three attacks in the south during Holy Week, authorities said.
Authoritarian leaders could potentially use expanded regulations to punish media critics, press freedom advocates say.
President’s spokesman says insurgents must show “genuine sincerity” to move forward.
Defense chief issues statement while accepting three maritime surveillance planes from Japan.
Drug money being used to destabilize the government, presidential spokesman says.
Marjorie Abdul was freed after her family paid an unspecified amount of ransom, officials said.
More than 11,000 residents remain displaced five months after battle.
Suspects allegedly took part in Abu Sayyaf kidnapping of 21 people, including 10 foreigners, in 2000.