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Fratman Ralph Trangia, who returned to the country last week, is expected to appear before the Senate tomorrow as it resumes inquiry on the fatal hazing of Atio Castillo III.

 Foreign aid, through technical assistance and financial support, poured into the country as government security forces fought with the Maute terror group to regain control of Marawi City.

Malaysian militant Mahmud bin Ahmad, who financed the siege in Marawi City, is likely still in the war-torn city, the military said Tuesday.

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The Philippine Embassy in Iraq has advised Filipinos in the Kurdistan province and other parts of the country to avoid Kirkuk at the moment.

Armed Forces chief Gen. Eduardo Año said Marawi siege leaders Isnilon Hapilon and Omar Maute would be buried according to Muslim burial rites.

The government would continue the jeepney modernization program despite the strong opposition of groups behind Monday’s transport strike, Malacañang said.

Malacañang hailed the death of terrorist leaders Omar Maute and Isnilon Hapilon, calling it a “clear victory against terrorism.”

Task Force Bangon Marawi has deployed post-conflict needs assessment teams to Marawi City.

Taiwan's Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced that it would offer Filipinos visa-free entry for up to 14 days starting November 1.

 Newspaper columnist Sass Rogando Sasot has gathered donations for a libel case she plans to file against Jover Laurio, the government critic and blogger behind Pinoy Ako Blog.

Officials believe terrorist leaders Isnilon Hapilon and Omar Maute were killed by sniper fire before dawn in Marawi on Monday, four months after the two led armed militants in laying siege on the southern Islamic city.

The killing of Abu Sayyaf leader Isnilon Hapilon and Omar Maute imply that the ongoing conflict in Marawi City will be over soon, Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana said.

An overwhelming majority of Filipinos support the government's campaign against illegal drugs despite their belief that extrajudicial killings happen, the latest Pulse Asia survey suggested on Monday.

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