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Office of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process Assistant Secretary Wilven Mayor says a total of 12,000 Moro Islamic Liberation Front fighters will be decommissioned by 'early 2020'
The Davao City government extends ban on carrying firearms until December 31, 2020
The whale sharks' newfound presence gives high hopes that these gentle marine giants are back to stay and will repopulate
The creation of the Mindanao Cooperatives Water Service Federation is in line with efforts to address vital issues affecting Cagayan de Oro City's growing population
(UPDATED) Security officials say Mindanao is stable enough to carry on without martial law, even as they still battle terrorist groups and communist rebels in some areas
A Social Weather Stations survey reports that 65% of Filipinos agree that martial law should end by December 31
Pokwang hits cinemas for early pullout of 'Mindanao,' 'Culion': 'Huwag naman tayo puro sa pera lang'
Films like 'Culion' and 'Mindanao' have apparently been pulled out of some cinemas over low ticket sales
The day after winning all major MMFF 2019 awards, only 38 cinemas nationwide screened the movie
The actress picks up her second award for the film 'Mindanao'
In the film, Judy Ann plays a Muslim mother who cares for a cancer-stricken daughter
Veering away from the usual vibrant festivities, the 2019 Mindanao Pride March is a silent protest that highlighted issues involving the LGBTQ+ community
Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III and BARMM Education Minister Mohagher Iqbal lead the critical coordinating body, which was formed 9 months after the inauguration of the Bangsamoro region
The Davao City mayor welcomes the decision not to extend the Mindanao-wide martial rule
(UPDATED) Martial law in Mindanao ends on December 31, 2019
A government soldier was also killed in the encounter with members of the ISIS-affiliated faction of the terror group blamed for suicide attacks earlier this year
Police reports say Lloyd Bagtong grabbed the service firearm of one of his escorts, forcing the police to shoot him
'Normalcy has returned to the entire region,' says Interior Secretary Eduardo Año, backing Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana's recommendation against another extension of martial law in Mindanao
‘It’s time to go back to normal,’ the defense chief says, adding that security forces can handle lingering threats without martial law
The donation is expected to support efforts to deliver emergency shelter, food, clean water, and psychosocial support to victims of the series of strong earthquakes that struck Cotabato in October
The former rebel fighters join members of the police and military in a security force tasked with protecting certain areas of the Bangsamoro region until an elected government is established in 2022
Now on its 30th year, the Mindanao Association of State Tertiary Schools, Inc. (MASTS) celebrates with the theme: "A legacy of leadership, unity, and passion through sports, cultures, and the arts"
Suicide bombings in Mindanao are a ‘major concern,’ says a top US counterterrorism official visiting Manila to boost cooperation in tactical response, border security, and cutting terrorist funding
The announcement brings the number of cases of poliovirus in Mindanao to 6
(UPDATED) Phivolcs says Kadingilan, Bukidnon was the epicenter of the earthquake which struck Monday night
Each soldier gives P100 – their allowance for two meals – to buy land and materials for 100 temporary houses
Under the Tienda Project, earthquake victims will form cooperatives that will operate stories selling basic goods at reasonable prices
House Majority Leader Martin Romualdez throws a big birthday party attended by prominent personalities in Philippine politics and business
Lack of contracts, delays of over one year mar public works projects in Lanao del Sur's 2nd District, pressuring the new Bangsamoro government to act
The defense chief says he is waiting for the military and police to give their input, and President Duterte will still have the final say on the matter
Not all of the photos in Samonte's Facebook album were taken after the quakes in Cotabato, and not all are Del Rioz's own
The Department of Labor and Employment says cash assistance will also be given to families of overseas Filipino workers in affected areas
The photos are from Mexico, not the Philippines
This is to avoid diarrhea among evacuees. In cases when it's absolutely necessary to feed babies with formula milk, these must be prepared by health and nutrition workers.
The United States, European Union, and China condole with victims of the strong earthquakes that struck Cotabato and other parts of Mindanao in the span of 16 days
Civil society must do its part by offering much-needed support, because we all know that criticizing from a distance can only do so much
Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte also orders a probe into the city's engineering and city building offices, and Ecoland 4000 Residence's building administration
Money is the biggest barrier to disaster-preparedness for the households in Mindanao, the study shows
Like others in earthquake-struck communities, the people of Barangay Ilomavis in Kidapawan City are still coming to terms with the destruction caused by the strong tremors
(6th UPDATE) Here are some of the local governments and officials who have extended a helping hand to Cotabato and other affected areas
Moro Consensus Group leader Drieza Lininding cautions Marawi residents from getting too used to the 'abnormal' situation of martial law and suggests alternative security measures
(3rd UPDATE) The National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council says nearly 146,745 people are affected in Soccsksargen and Davao region
This isn't the first time the actress participated in relief efforts
A resident of Barangay Luayon in Makilala, Cotabato, says that after the October 31 earthquake, 'nothing was left of our of village'
Residents of Magsaysay, Davao del Sur, are more concerned about their situation – limited food and water, and having to temporarily stay in tents – than going to the cemetery
(UPDATED) Post-earthquake, Kidapawan Mayor Joseph Evangelista admits the city does not even know how to demolish the 6-story Eva Hotel
The President 'deems it appropriate to refrain from personally inspecting the disaster-stricken areas' because government agencies are already dealing with the situation, says Malacañang
This happened just two days after a stronger magnitude 6.6 tremor rocked the same area that killed at least 6 people and injured hundreds in the region