Martial Law in Mindanao

INSPECTION

INSPECTION

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May 31, 2017

Dabawenyos submit themselves for inspection at the night market in Roxas Avenue as the city’s security measures continue to tighten a week after the declaration of Martial Law in Mindanao Tuesday, May 30. (Robby Joy D. Salveron/davaotoday.com)

ISIS IS REAL

ISIS IS REAL

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May 30, 2017

ISIS IS REAL. Graffiti on this building indicat​es​ that the ISIS, together with the Maute group positioned and occupied this street in Marawi City. (Alexander Lopez/davaotoday.com)

SECURITY BRIEFING

SECURITY BRIEFING

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May 30, 2017

President Rodrigo Duterte views the presentation showed by Armed Forces of the Philippines Chief of Staff Gen. Eduardo Año related to the current developments on the terror crisis in Marawi City during a meeting in Davao City on May 29, 2017. With them is Special Assistant to the President Christopher Lawrence Go. PRESIDENTIAL PHOTO

STATEMENT| Marawi, Martial Law and moving on

STATEMENT| Marawi, Martial Law and moving on

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May 30, 2017

The Ateneo de Davao University condemns the violence and terrorism that victimized Marawi City. It was perpetrated by an extremist group that uses murder, hatred and destruction to propagate its ideology of religious intolerance. This violence is not confined to Marawi but increasingly threatens all the peoples of Mindanao-Sulu.

ASSERTIVE

ASSERTIVE

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May 29, 2017

Despite police pronouncements banning mass mobilizations during the Martial Law in Mindanao, members of organizations under the Bagong Alyansang Makabayan Southern Mindanao Region staged a rally along Roxas Avenue condemning the the declaration of Martial Law on Monday, May 29. The groups also marched to Rizal Park for a short program. (Paulo C. Rizal/davaotoday.com)