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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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The number of elementary and high school dropouts has risen, reaching 4.8 million or an 11 percent increase since 2012, according to a senior administration lawmaker.

While critics of President Duterte think he did a poor job in his first year in office, his ally and party mate Senate President Aquilino Pimentel III believes the Chief Executive made good on his campaign promises and so much more.

Security issues made the outdoor Eid al-Fitr congregational prayers yesterday in Marawi City and other areas in Mindanao markedly uneasy and somber.

The young soldier awarded by President Duterte after he got wounded in the Marawi City siege died in a motorcycle accident while on vacation in his hometown in Barangay Centro West, Allacapan, Cagayan last week.

Telecommunications giants Smart Communications Inc. and Globe Telecom Inc. are providing mobile services to subscribers affected by the ongoing conflict in Marawi City.


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