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The terrorist leadership in Marawi City is reportedly unraveling as government forces resumed air strikes yesterday to flush out the followers of the Maute brothers Omarkhayam and Abdullah and the Abu Sayyaf faction of Isnilon Hapilon, the military said.

Donations continue to pour in for families of soldiers killed in the Marawi conflict and for other displaced persons since the military opened two bank accounts last week.

With barely a week left in June, the Commission on Elections (Comelec) has urged legislators to decide soon whether or not the Oct. 23 barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan (SK) elections will push through.

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Detained Sen. Leila de Lima will be treated as a private citizen in the charges of drug trafficking, prosecutors of the Department of Justice (DOJ) said.

A group of cancer survivors urged smokers to take of advantage of the Department of Health (DOH)’s free smoking cessation program Quitline, particularly those who are having difficulty quitting tobacco.

Graduating with the highest honor from the country’s premier university should have made Arman Ali Ghodsinia one of the happiest individuals on the entire planet.

Emissaries met yesterday with a leader of a terror group loyal to Islamic State, officials said, taking advantage of a short truce in a battle over Marawi.

Two arrested Abu Sayyaf group members believed to have provided medical treatment to wounded terrorists fighting government troops in Marawi City have been criminally charged before government prosecutors.

More than one half of the country’s population or 60 million Filipinos visit local tourist destinations in the country every year, a Department of Tourism (DOT) official said yesterday.

Amid the hostilities in Marawi City, President Duterte expressed optimism yesterday that willpower and faith would allow the Philippines to overcome its challenges as he called for unity in his message for the Muslim religious holiday Eid’l Fitr.

People who spread fake news are sinners, a Catholic prelate said yesterday.

The Insurance Commission (IC) is pushing for the allowance of the submission of traffic accident incident reports in lieu of police reports for the processing of motor insurance claims.

The Navy’s newest ship BRP Davao del Sur is set to be deployed near strife-torn Marawi and help in the rebuilding and rehabilitation efforts in the city.

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