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PSG convoy ambushed in Cotabato

PSG convoy ambushed in Cotabato

MANILA (UPDATE 4) - Suspected New People's Army (NPA) members ambushed a convoy of the Presidential Security Group (PSG) in Arakan town, Cotabato early Wednesday.

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China pledges P1.15-B for Marawi; Duterte to gift rifle that killed Hapilon to Beijing

China pledges P1.15-B for Marawi; Duterte to gift rifle that killed Hapilon to Beijing

Published November 15, 2017 6:55pm By TRISHA MACAS, GMA News Chinese Premier Li Keqiang on Wednesday announced his government's P1.15 billion donation to Marawi City.

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Army seizes high-powered firearms, NPA camp in Mati City

Army seizes high-powered firearms, NPA camp in Mati City

The Army seized high-powered firearms and overran a rebel camp in Davao Oriental on Thursday, the military said.

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US threatens military response to Syria ‘chemical’ attack

US threatens military response to Syria ‘chemical’ attack

PALM BEACH, United States — The United States Thursday threatened Syria with military action as President Donald Trump warned “something should happen” following a suspected chemical attack that left at least 86 dead and provoked global outrage.

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Abu Sayyaf leader Abu Rami killed in Bohol clash

Abu Sayyaf leader Abu Rami killed in Bohol clash

ABS-CBN News Posted at Apr 12 2017 09:27 AM | Updated as of Apr 12 2017 03:00 PM MANILA (UPDATE) - A leader of a militant group who was directly involved in the kidnap and execution of Canadian and German nationals was among those killed by Philippine troops in Bohol this week, the military said on Wednesday.

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AFP: 32 Abu Sayyaf fighters killed since January

AFP: 32 Abu Sayyaf fighters killed since January

ABS-CBN News Posted at Mar 10 2017 05:09 AM s the government intensifies its fight against terrorism, the country's top defense officials flew to Sulu not to talk about war, but to gather local officials and ask them why they think the Abu Sayyaf Group remains powerful to this day and why the local government cannot seem to put a stop to them. ANC, Headlines, March 08, 2017

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6 hostages killed by Maute for refusing to fight gov’t troop

6 hostages killed by Maute for refusing to fight gov’t troop

By: Jeoffrey Maitem - @inquirerdotnetInquirer Mindanao / 04:01 PM July 09, 2017 MARAWI CITY – Islamic State-inspired gunmen have killed at least six hostages in front of other captives after they refused to take up arms and fight government forces, the military said.

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Venezuela death toll hits 29, protesters battle security forces

Venezuela death toll hits 29, protesters battle security forces

Venezuelan security forces fired scores of tear gas volleys and turned water cannons on rock-throwing protesters on a bridge in Caracas on Wednesday as the death toll from this month's anti-government unrest hit at least 29.

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Somali pirates hijack first commercial ship since 2012

Somali pirates hijack first commercial ship since 2012

Reuters Published March 15, 2017 5:53am NAIROBI - Pirates have hijacked an oil tanker with eight Sri Lankan crew onboard, a Somali official said on Tuesday, the first time they have successfully taken a commercial ship since 2012.

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13 of remaining Maute members killed in fresh Marawi clashes

13 of remaining Maute members killed in fresh Marawi clashes

Published October 19, 2017 7:38am Thirteen of the remaining pro-ISIS Maute terrorists in Marawi City have been killed, and Malaysian high-profile terrorist is believed among the fatalities.

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