Rappler's latest stories on terrorist groups in the Philippines
'We stand firm on our no ransom policy,' says Presidential Spokesman Salvador Panelo, reacting to the Abu Sayyaf Group's threat to behead two Indonesians and one Malaysian if ransom is not paid
The offensive is part of the military's intensified operations against the Abu Sayyaf Group after the deadly Jolo Cathedral bombing
DILG Secretary Eduardo Año says Hatib Hajan Saawadjaan replaced Abu Dar after the latter lost most of his forces in Marawi
(UPDATED) He is only 18 years old
Cops seize two assault rifles, a handgun, and 12,893 rounds of live ammunition for M-60 light machine guns
Joint Task Force Sulu, through its official Facebook page, says Radullan Sahiron remains at large
Senior Superintendent Ferlu Silvio says both suspects, siblings Norhan and Norton Sinapan, refused to cooperate and fired at the operating troops.
(UPDATED) Soldiers say it was an encounter, while a Moro rights group says it was a summary execution
Suspects are said to be members of a breakaway faction of the Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters
Does the blast indicate the Abu Sayyaf has now trained local suicide bombers in Basilan?
PNP chief Ronald dela Rosa says the terrorist Maute group wants to retaliate for the setback it got in Marawi City, that's why it is targeting other cities in Mindanao