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The government was urged on Monday to establish a rehabilitation commission that will oversee the reconstruction of war-ravaged Marawi City. Military analyst Jose Antonio Custodio, a former professor of the University of the Philippines – Diliman, said in a news forum that the government will need the help of other…

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An eight-hour ceasefire declared on Sunday in Marawi City allowed residents to observe the end of Ramadan and gave an opportunity for religious leaders to enter ground zero and negotiate the release of civilian hostages. The ceasefire that started at 6 a.m. on Sunday came to an abrupt end as…

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COTABATO CITY: The observance of this year’s Eid’l Fitr on Sunday was somber as the nation grappled with the terror and horror brought by the Maute Group that attacked Marawi City last month. Muslims all over the country trooped to mosques early on Sunday to offer their prayers after 30…

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Arman Ali Ghodsinia stood proud before thousands of graduates at the University of the Philippines-Diliman on Sunday to declare that he is a “living proof” that members of minority groups can also excel on a platform of “equality and mutual respect.” Ghodsinia, a BS Molecular Biology and Biotechnology summa cum…

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BRISBANE, Australia: Philippine boxing great Manny Pacquiao arrived in Australia ahead of his title fight with Jeff Horn and declared: “I will be going home as world champion.” The “Pacman” touched down in Brisbane late Saturday from Manila with a large entourage for his World Boxing Organization welterweight title bout…

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Although acquitted of murder charges, Jennifer Dalquez, an overseas Filipino worker (OFW) employed as a domestic helper in the United Arab Emerates (UAE), would still be in jail for two and a half years, the remainder of her five-year sentence. Jennifer was saved from death row after the UAE Court…

OMAR MAUTE STILL ALIVE – SOURCE

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ONE of the United States’ most wanted terrorists may have escaped a five-week battle with Islamist terrorists in a southern Philippine city, which began with a raid to capture him, the military said Saturday. Isnilon Hapilon, a veteran Filipino militant said to be the leader of the Islamic State (IS)…

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‘We’re willing to go back to Marawi’ At least 69 soldiers and policemen have so far died while hundreds have been injured in the month-long siege of Marawi City by the Islamic State (IS)-linked Maute group. Wounded troops said the terror group seemed to be familiar with the terrain and…

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