President Rodrigo Duterte is not giving any assurance that the crisis in Marawi City will be over this month.
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President Rodrigo Duterte shows off is tattoos – a long stemmed rose and the logo of the Guardians Brotherhood, during his visit to the wounded soldiers in Camp Evangelista Station Hospital in Cagayan de Oro City, Saturday afternoon, September 9. (Divina M. Suson/davaotoday.com)
The assistant director of the Civil Service Commission – Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao died when he was hit by a stray bullet on Thursday, Sept. 7 while at the gate of the main campus of Mindanao State University in Marawi City.
The National Grid Corporation of the Philippines has started yesterday, September 6, its repair works on the Aurora-Ozamiz transmission line.
After seven years, Rowhanisa Abdul Jabar heaved a sigh of relief that her missing son is alive and was not the child warrior that she found in the viral photo in social media.
The provincial government of Lanao del Sur buried on Tuesday morning, 27 unclaimed cadavers of individuals who died because of the ongoing conflict in Marawi City.
It was once known as a “Little Baguio” for the city’s cool and fresh breeze. But today the air in Marawi smells of gunpowder. A few meters away from where journalists were traversing the bridge once controlled by armed militants, gun fighting continues. The government was also relentless in flushing out the militants in what they described as a small portion of the city’s 87.55 square kilometers land area with continuous aerial bombardment.
One hundred days after the fighting between Islamic State of Iraq and Syria-inspired militants and government forces, portions of Marawi City are already beyond recognition.
Philippine Marines patrol the highway of Barangay Bubong Madaya on Wednesday, Aug. 30. The village became the main battle area between government troops and the ISIS-inspired Maute group in Marawi City for more than three months.(Divina M. Suson/davaotoday.com)
Clad in white hijabs, more than a hundred female officers of the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) and the Philippine National Police (PNP) arrived at the Laguindingan Airport in Misamis Oriental on Tuesday, August 30, as part of the government’s rehabilitation effort in the war-stricken Marawi.