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Beyond Marawi: Gravel seller talks of the impact of the crisis...

JABBER MAMA, a resident of the small town of Bubong with its center located about 30 kilometers east of devastated Marawi City, directly feels...

In the aftermath of the Marawi Crisis and with martial law,...

Yellow Pad Ed Quitoriano The November 2009 Ampatuan Massacre was too big and too heinous to be ignored. In the aftermath, martial law in Maguindanao was declared....

SE Asian nations vow ties vs ‘growing’ IS threat

MANADO, INDONESIA -- Southeast Asian nations will cooperate more closely with intelligence and law enforcement authorities from the Middle East amid “grave concerns” about...

‘Two and a half’ barangays remain pockets of resistance in Marawi:...

By Ian Nicolas P. Cigaral, Reporter THE military on Friday, July 28, said about “two and a half” barangays remain pockets of resistance in besieged...

The NPAs are next, Duterte says

By Jil Danielle M. Caro THE communist New People’s Army is next on President Rodrigo R. Duterte’s list as soon as the armed forces is...

Duterte says he declared martial law to avoid impeachment

PRESIDENT Rodrigo R. Duterte said that he declared martial law to avoid the risk of impeachment. In his speech during his visit at Camp Ranao,...

ASEAN relief body donates equipment for residents displaced by Marawi conflict

A disaster relief body of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) handed over relief items and equipment for persons displaced from their homes...

Pernia sees ‘business as usual’ even with martial law extension

By Elijah Joseph C. Tubayan CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY -- Socioeconomic Planning Secretary Ernesto M. Pernia said he expects Mindanao to go about its business...

UN’s FAO gearing up for role in Marawi rehab agriculture UN...

AGRICULTURE Secretary Emmanuel F. Piñol said he briefed senior officials of the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) on assistance and rehabilitation efforts...

A different kind of freedom

Medicine Cabinet Teodoro B. Padilla (First of two parts) For the first time since the siege of Marawi City three weeks ago, the national flag was raised...

Our long hot summer of terror

By Francisco J. Lara, Jr. The past five years have seen the holy month of Ramadan transformed into one of the most violent periods of...