US President Donald Trump tweeted right to the end of 2017 Sunday, boasting of his accomplishments in his turbulent first year in office and throwing down the gauntlet for the US midterm elections.
President Rodrigo Duterte has vowed to stop the Islamic State (ISIS) from making the Philippines a regional hub following the Marawi crisis.
Despite pushing for federalism since last year, President Rodrigo Duterte lamented that Filipinos seem to lack interest— much less knowledge— about the proposed new form of government.
The widow of a slain Islamist militant leader will be charged for allegedly using social media to recruit Islamic State sympathisers to join a five-month siege of a southern city, Philippine authorities said Friday.
President Rodrigo Duterte expects a terrorist attack to happen soon as he warned about the resurgence of the international terror group ISIS.
Sen. Panfilo Lacson on Saturday joined the nation in saluting the country's soldiers who finally liberated Marawi City from groups allied with the ISIS, after five months of fighting.
The "liberation" of Marawi City from the clutches of Maute extremist group marked the end of a dark period in Philippine history.
Malacañang believes the Maute group is able to fund its offensive in Marawi City not only because of money coming from the international terrorist group ISIS, but also narcopolitikos.
Al-Qaeda is on the rise again in the shadow of the Islamic State group in Syria, 16 years after the jihadists shocked the United States in the September 11, 2001 attacks, experts said Monday.
President Rodrigo Duterte calls Senator Antonio Trillanes IV 'political ISIS': Wala man siyang talent
President Rodrigo Duterte revealed he was wiling to cut the budget of some government agencies to free up billions of pesos needed to hire more soldiers and police and buy more planes and firearms to fight rising crime and terrorism.
US President Donald Trump on Thursday declared that the Islamic State group is crumbling, as he met with Pentagon officials to discuss America's military campaigns and progress in eradicating "radical Islamic terrorism."
The majority of Politiko fans are opposed to extending martial law in Mindanao even if the Supreme Court has upheld its constitutionality, results of a poll has revealed.
President Rodrigo Duterte knew he had to declare martial law when he was informed of how bad the situation has become in Marawi City on May 23.
Way before Marawi City was seized by Maute, President Rodrigo Duterte had already predicted the looming threat of ISIS in the Philippines.
National Security Adviser Secretary Hermogenes Esperon, Jr. assured the public that martial law was just a tool not to suppress freedom but to prevent terrorists from turning Marawi into an ISIS-stronghold like Mosul, Iraq.
President Rodrigo Duterte would not have declared martial law if Filipino terrorists were the only ones who attacked Marawi City, he said Wednesday (June 28).
President Rodrigo Duterte has brushed off reports that the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) has offered to intervene between the government and the Maute group to ease the tension in the Marawi City war.
President Rodrigo Duterte isn't the least bothered by criticism he is a killer as he issued another order for authorities to shoot anyone with a gun who isn't a policeman or soldier.
President Rodrigo Duterte: My own cousin in Maute group died in Marawi clashes
President Rodrigo Duterte can very well relate to the pain Moros feel over the continuing conflict in Marawi City because he lost a relative at the hands of the terrorist Maute group.
Department of National Defense (DND) Secretary Delfin Lorenzana said that they are looking to end the conflict in Marawi City within the next two weeks.
Despite being a community of Muslims, University of the Philippines sociology professor Randy David said Marawi City is the unlikeliest of places to become a "wilayat" or province of the Islamic State (ISIS).