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The Australian government has deployed two spy planes in Mindanao to help the Philippine government in its ongoing campaign to liberate Marawi City from the Islamic State (IS)-linked Maute terror group.

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.

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Former senator Juan Ponce Enrile has insisted that Sandiganbayan Presiding Justice Amparo Cabataje-Tang must voluntarily recuse herself from handling his plunder case.

Western Mindanao Command chief Lt. Gen. Carlito Galvez Jr. said two of the Maute brothers were "very likely" killed in the intense military bombardment in Marawi.

(Updated) The Australian government has offered to send two surveillance aircraft to assist the Philippines in its fight against ISIS-inspired militants in Marawi City.

Tourism chief Wanda Corazon Tulfo-Teo on Thursday announced that the Philippines will not host the international pageant, Miss Universe this year.

Students in the Philippines face bullying and discrimination over their sexual orientation and gender identity and many schools are not equipped to give them the support they need, a Human Rights Watch report released Thursday said.

(Updated) A Malaysian militant who helped lead and finance the Marawi siege is believed to have been killed, the military chief said Friday.

The United Nations Human Rights Council adopted a resolution renewing the mandate of Agnes Callamard as special rapporteur on extrajudicial, summary or arbitrary executions for three more years.

The Philippines tied for third among 142 countries with the highest positive experiences.

The Philippines and Indonesia vowed to work closely to combat terrorism in Southeast Asia as the Duterte administration continues to grapple with members of the Islamic State-inspired Maute terrorist group in Marawi City.

Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV claimed yesterday that police Supt. Marvin Marcos, who was charged for the death of Albuera, Leyte mayor Rolando Espinosa, is part of what he calls the Philippine Death Squad supposedly organized by President Duterte to execute suspected drug offenders.

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