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The Commission on Audit has called out the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority over its failure to complete or even just to break ground several flood control projects amounting P178.882 million.

Malacañang is disturbed by the recent attacks of the New People’s Army in Mindanao, saying they cast doubts on the rebels’ sincerity to the peace process.

Thousands of moderate Muslims cannot perform an Eid’l Fit’r rite at the capitol of the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao due to a possible attack by outcast Islamic militants.

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Security forces are verifying information about the alleged presence of 89 suspected foreign terrorists in Mindanao, Malacañang said on Saturday.

US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Secretary of Defense James Mattis made it clear to Beijing that Washington's position on the South China Sea remains unchanged during a security dialogue between the two countries.

Despite backlogs in producing voters’ identification cards, the Commission on Elections (Comelec) wants to come out with a new ID that will be piloted in Metro Manila.

The Commission on Audit (COA) has noted several irregularities in the procurement deal between the Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) and a Filipino-Chinese joint venture firm in 2015, which involved P2.577 billion worth of fire trucks, including the delivery of defective ones.

Scholars will start watching today for the new moon to appear to mark the end of the month-long Islamic fasting season.

 The communist National Democratic Front (NDF) has submitted its list of consultants and personalities participating in the peace talks with the Philippine government.

 Social healing must start now even if the terrorist Maute group still hounds Marawi City, Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process Jesus Dureza said yesterday.


 The Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters (BIFF) has no capability to assassinate President Duterte, Malacañang said yesterday as it laughed off a supposed death threat scribbled on a blackboard at a school in a North Cotabato town raided earlier by militants.

One of the Maute brothers and a Malaysian financier of the siege in Marawi City are believed to have been killed as the local jihadists aligned with the Islamic State (IS) group have become increasingly constricted after a month of fighting, Armed Forces chief Gen. Eduardo Año said yesterday.

A month after President Duterte placed Mindanao under martial law, Malacañang claimed that the goal of the military rule has been attained because security forces have foiled an attempt by the extremist group Islamic State (IS) to establish a province in Marawi City.


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