For displaced Maranaos like Hayef, they keep on waiting – and wishing – for the skirmishes to end
'We have to clear one step at a time, house to house, block by block....It would take time before it could be cleared,' says AFP chief General Eduardo Año
Although for many, Ramadan is a time for families to gather and break the fast with an iftar meal at sunset and socialize, this year it has been marked by violence
Belasan WNI itu mengatakan belum ingin dievakuasi keluar dari kota Marawi.
The jihadist group claims in a statement that its fighters 'set up a checkpoint' for the Christians as they headed to the monastery, then killing them and setting one of their vehicles on fire
St Ann's Square has become the scene of a continuous and somber procession of mourners, eager to pay their own personal respects to the dead
US President Donald Trump vows to stand with Muslim leaders to counter 'terrorism and the ideology that fuels it'
'With all faiths, we pray that God restore and preserve peace in Mindanao,' says Presidential Spokesperson Ernesto Abella
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No group has yet claimed responsibility for attacking the bus
'The toll includes 33 children. They were families seeking refuge in the town's municipal building,' says Rami Abdel Rahman, head of the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.
Rangkuman berita aksi teror yang terjadi berbagai pelosok dunia
But the military insists this 'does not confirm the clear presence of ISIS' in the Philippines
Analysts say Prime Minister Theresa May could benefit at the UK polls from the shift in focus ahead of the general election on June 8
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And whoever says that Congress need not convene to deliberate on the matter had better read the Constitution again
Kedua pelaku bom bunuh diri di Terminal Kampung Melayu yakni Ahmad Sukri dan Ihwan Nurul Salam.
The Philippines is now the ISIS 'epicenter' in Southeast Asia, terror analyst Rohan Gunaratna tells Rappler's Maria Ressa
Loud explosions and a fire started the day Thursday, May 25, as the military begins clearing operations
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Trade Secretary Ramon Lopez says the 'isolated incident' that prompted the declaration of martial law in Mindanao will not counter the country's growth momentum
Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana says 'it depends on Congress' whether martial law will continue even after the Marawi crisis has been resolved
Polisi tengah menyelidiki apakah Ramadan beraksi seorang diri atau dibantu jaringan lainnya.
Vice President Leni Robredo says the best thing to do now is to support the government as it fights terrorists in Marawi City
The ISIS-inspired Maute group has been active in recent months as it seeks the support of the international terror group
(UPDATED) Manchester police identify the suspect as 22-year-old Salman Abedi, but declined to give any further details
The Abu Sayyaf senior leader – believed to have been heavily wounded in Butig, Lanao del Sur, in January – resurfaces in Marawi City on Tuesday, May 23
Residents post photos of the raging battle in Marawi City
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The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says ISIS fighters entered Jazrat al-Boushams village and executed civilians there, including 2 women and 2 children
The strike by the coalition fighting the Islamic State group happens on the same day ISIS jihadists killed more than 50 people in attacks on two government-held villages elsewhere in the country
The Observatory says ISIS seized control of Aqareb and part of Al-Mabujeh in the attack, which began with heavy shelling on a nearby regime checkpoint
The latest allegation against the US president, who is also under fire for divulging top-secret information to a top Russian official, adds to a mounting perception of an administration in a perpetual state of chaos
Both leaders try to put a brave face on their differences and to renew a key alliance between NATO's leading power and its biggest Muslim member, partners in the fight against the Islamic State group in Syria and Iraq
US Department of Homeland Security spokesman David Lapan is set to attend high-level talks with European partners in Brussels on the 'scale and scope' of the expanded laptop ban
The army takes control of more than 170 villages and towns in the area, according to Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitor
The troops are needed to train local forces, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg says
The issue risks further stoking tensions between Ankara and Washington less than a week before President Recep Tayyip Erdogan heads to Washington to meet his US counterpart Donald Trump
Though officials warn that military action will continue for some time, they are generally upbeat about the progress and quickening momentum of the fight
Armed Forces of the Philippines chief General Eduardo Año echoes earlier statements of the PNP and Malacañang that terrorists were not behind the explosions
Police and the suspect insist the blast had no links to the terror group ISIS
Rohan Gunaratna warns that ISIS plans to hit Manila and other capitals in the region during the Ramadan
Authorities reject claims of involvement by the Islamic State, saying that an imam was the likely target of the attack
Police believe a Muslim cleric is the likely target of the explosions in Manila's Quiapo district on Saturday, May 6
Social workers are looking for the relatives of Rolando Gubat, 45, one of the 14 people hurt in the April 28 pipe bomb explosion in Manila
'We are investigating the possibility that IS and other terror groups are setting up a social media platform,' says a Europol officer
Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana echoes police assessment that the attack was prompted by a local scuffle