Rappler's latest stories on Jolo bombing
(UPDATED) The DNA test was conducted by the Philippine National Police Crime Laboratory
Citing intelligence data, Interior Secretary Eduardo Año says the child is still in Sulu
The meeting in Davao City is one of the private activities President Rodrigo Duterte has busied himself with after a weekend of rumors of his death
Hatib Hajan Sawadjaan was last seen on February 2, when the Philippine Army clashed with around 100 members of the Abu Sayyaf Group in Patikul, Sulu
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(UPDATED) Alias Kamah is identified as the brother of fallen Abu Sayyaf leader Surakah Ingog
The DILG chief sees a connection between the Jolo Cathedral bombing and the Basilan blast in July 2018, both of which supposedly involved foreigners linked to ISIS
The Office of Transportation Security raises 'Security Condition 2,' which means an additional layer of security measures must be employed by aircraft operators and state agencies
A number of witnesses recalled seeing a woman who, they suspect, brought in the first improvised explosive device
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Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana doubts that Filipinos would carry out suicide bombing
The two are identified as the men seen in CCTV clips released by the military
Hindi ko tiyak kung ano ang sasabihin ko sa nawalan ng mahal sa buhay nang bombahin ang katedral sa Jolo, Sulu. Hindi na lamang ito status, platform ng kawalan.
(UPDATED) The man believed to be alias Kamah escapes after one of his companions dies in a shootout with a police and military team
In 2010, Father Ricky Bacolcol was injured in a blast during a Christmas Day Mass also in Jolo, Sulu
President Rodrigo Duterte says a woman wearing a cross blew herself up inside the Jolo Cathedral while her husband was behind the second blast in the church's entrance
Benito de Leon, head of Davao City's Public Safety and Security Command Center, says parish priests and other religious leaders have been asked to disseminate the information to their flock
'Most of those who died were our regular Sunday 8 am Mass-goers,' says Jolo apostolic administrator Father Romeo Saniel
President Rodrigo Duterte appears to blame the Abu Sayyaf and ISIS for the twin explosions in the Jolo Cathedral
The European Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines points out that safety is a top concern of companies eyeing investments in the country
Videos capture the shift from peace to chaos outside the Jolo Cathedral before, during, and after the deadly bombing
Foreigners ‘who cannot satisfactorily explain their purpose in coming here are to be turned back and booked on the first available flight to their port of origin’
Does this bolster ISIS's claim that they deployed 2 suicide bombers to mount the attacks?
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(UPDATED) Who are the victims? What bombs were used? Is there really a lockdown in Jolo?
The Catholic Bishops' Conference of the Philippines says a 'cycle of hate' is 'destroying the moral fabric of our country'
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The two recent major bombings in Mindanao are 'too little' to prove martial law has been ineffective, says Presidential Spokesperson Salvador Panelo
(3rd UPDATE) During an Angelus message, Pope Francis reiterates his 'strongest reprobation for this episode of violence which is once again plunging the Christian community into mourning'