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Fire crews battling an enormous blaze that tore through a shopping mall in a southern city in the Philippines, trapping at least 37 people, pulled... [Read More]
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Fire crews battling an enormous blaze that tore through a shopping mall in a southern city in the Philippines, trapping at least 37 people, pulled... [Read More]
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'Our firemen are still struggling to find a way in'... [Read More]
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A tropical storm in the Philippines cut through a swath of the main southern island of Mindanao, killing at least 103 people and burying many... [Read More]
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The Philippine Congress on Wednesday approved a request from President Rodrigo Duterte to extend martial law on the southern island of Mindanao for another year,... [Read More]
Fifteen communist guerrillas were killed in a clash with Philippine troops just south of Manila on the same day that the government closed the door... [Read More]
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The fighting came on the same day that the government closed the door on peace talks. [Read More]
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The leader of the Philippines is "talking as friends" with the American president, but his long-term goal is a closer relationship with the Chinese. [Read More]
President Rodrigo Duterte of the Philippines has ordered military officials to stop construction work on a sandbar in a disputed area of the South China... [Read More]
Despite a key victory in the city of Marawi, residents brace for the next battle. [Read More]
The Philippines on Monday declared an end to months of fighting against Islamic State group-inspired militants in the southern city of Marawi, saying that the... [Read More]
Even after the defeat of jihadist forces in the city of Marawi, people on Mindanao tell of fierce battles with other Islamist cells. [Read More]
Even after the defeat of jihadist forces in the city of Marawi, people on Mindanao tell of fierce battles with other Islamist cells. [Read More]
Jim Mattis, the United States defense secretary, said the Philippines had sent a "very necessary message" to militants in the war-torn southern city. [Read More]
Mahmud Ahmad had acted as a link to the group's central command in Syria, helping funnel money and foreign fighters who ransacked a city in... [Read More]
Isnilon Hapilon and the group he led, Abu Sayyaf, have occupied parts of the southern city of Marawi since May. He was wanted by the... [Read More]
The president appeared to be reacting to criticism from European lawmakers, but the bloc said their recent visit was not an official one. [Read More]
An archbishop said that several officers wanted to go public about their roles in President Rodrigo Duterte's bloody campaign. "Their consciences are troubling them," he... [Read More]
Times journalists went to a newly captured part of Marawi, finding profound destruction in the city and despair among the civilians forced out of it. [Read More]
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