What the performance activist did 'impacts negatively on the image of the Philippine Army and the Armed Forces of the Philippines,' the AFP says
A border standoff between Chinese and Indian troops on a remote Himalayan platea heightens long-standing tensions while ensnaring a tiny kingdom, Bhutan, in between
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'Mahirap na combination ang IED at sniping. Kapag mabagal ka, sniper ang dadale sa iyo. Kapag mabilis, IED,' says an officer on the ground
(UPDATED) The announcement serves as a stunning reversal of an Obama-era policy, and leaves unanswered a slew of questions, including whether transgender personnel currently serving may soon face getting booted from the military
The terrorists 'attacked an army camp in Karzali area of Khakrez district of Kandahar last night,' Ministry of Defense spokesman General Dawlat Waziri says
The standoff started more than a month ago after Chinese troops started building a road on a remote plateau, which is disputed by China and Bhutan
As President Duterte delivers his second SONA, Marawi evacuees say they want to go home
(UPDATED) The casualties are recorded on Saturday, July 22, from several incidents in the battle zone
The death toll reaches the 3-digit mark a day after troops scored a major triumph in the battlefield. They gain control of Mapandi Bridge.
The row between Macron and General Pierre de Villiers erupted last week over budget cuts, testing the new president's authority
A police report said a military armor personnel carrier, a Simba, bumped a Toyota Hi Ace and sideswiped a motorcycle while it was overtaking a trailer truck.
Air strikes will continue using the other aircraft of the Philippine Air Force
Duterte appoints a retired military man to head the agency once led by Vice President Leni Robredo
THAAD maker Lockheed Martin says this was the first time the system had intercepted an intermediate-range ballistic missile
The military says it is completing its assessment on a possible extension of martial law in Mindanao, which lapses on July 22
'Ayaw ko nang magbigay ng deadline dahil 3 beses na akong nakuryente dahil sa kade-deadline ko. Nahihiya na ako.'
The joint statement issued after a meeting between leaders Vladimir Putin and Xi Jinping in Moscow follow an announcement by North Korea that it had test fired its first intercontinental ballistic missile.
The Pentagon cites cases in 2016 of 'China using its intelligence services, and employing other illicit technologies, controlled equipment, and other materials'
The soldier is shot by a colleague at the Military Intelligence Battalion of the 5th Infantry Division in Isabela
Despite its apparent benefits, Duterte's policy has not generated any assurance that China will not impose itself and its pre-emptive claim over waters and resources that legally pertain to the Philippines
China donates around 3,000 rifles and 6 million pieces of ammunition to help the Philippines with its battle against terrorists in Marawi City
Government chief negotiator Silvestre Bello III urges the DOJ 'to look into the case of Bishop Carlos Morales on humanitarian grounds'
Photos of these tanks have become viral online, dubbed as Filipino soldiers' 'do-it-yourself' armor
The incident prompts growing international concern over rising tensions between the the US-led coalition and pro-Syrian-regime forces
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It’s a lot like the siege of Zamboanga City in September 2013 – but much worse
The process of deciphering data from the black box can take days or even weeks
The statement comes after Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan reportedly offered to build a military base in Saudi Arabia, shortly after work began on Turkey's facility in Qatar
(UPDATED) 'Do not worry. There is a Vice President who will take over,' President Rodrigo Duterte says after not being in the public eye for 5 days.
(3rd UPDATE) 'It's not that I snubbed Independence Day. My body was overwhelmed. I really needed to rest,' President Rodrigo Duterte says
The Philippine Army's Civil Military Operations Group launches #OgopMarawi, its relief operations drive for affected civilians and troops in Marawi
The two airmen's bodies are found in a swampy area in Chukai, a town in Terengganu, the spokesperson who did not want to be named says
(UPDATED) Solicitor General Jose Calida admits to the High Court that martial law does not give the President additional powers, but only delivers the punch of an 'exclamation point'
Senior Associate Justice Antonio Carpio asks Calida to submit intelligence reports pointing to 'actual rebellion' elsewhere in Mindanao to justify the region-wide martial law declaration
(UPDATED) The US defense secretary also warns of a return to 'Great Power competition,' where countries like Russia and China are gaining military assertiveness and placing long-held global security protocol at risk
Lieutenant General Carlito Galvez says, the Americans are limited to giving 'technical assistance,' and none of their soldiers are fighting on the ground
The President, before thanking the United States for aid in Marawi City, says he can't ignore the rapport between Filipino and American soldiers
Let us show our support for Filipino soldiers and cops deployed to Marawi City. Thank them for their sacrifices and selflessness using the hashtag #SalamatSaSerbisyo.
(UPDATED) South Korea gov't: 'North Korea fired multiple unidentified projectiles, assumed to be surface-to-ship missiles, this morning from the vicinity of Wonsan, Gangwon Province'
(UPDATED) Most of those on board are thought to be women and children who were traveling from the southern city of Myeik to Yangon
'Let us not buy into the plan of these terror groups to inflame the feelings of our other religions,' says the Philippine military's spokesman
Trump's tweets mark a major departure in US foreign policy that could upend the balance of power in the Middle East, and left his administration scrambling to contain the damage
President Rodrigo Duterte says he is willing to 'spend double the money' on equipment, as long as they are new. 'Those given by Americans, I don’t want them.'
Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana says Abu Sayyaf senior leader Isnilon Hapilon and his followers 'are already recognized and the occupation of Marawi is another step to prove [their] worth as part of ISIS'