House Speaker Alan Peter Cayetano has called on critics of the newly-passed Anti-Terrorism Act to read the content of the bill before lambasting the controversial proposal.
Malacañang on Thursday welcomed as “good news” the remark of American President Donald Trump that Iran “appears to be standing down” a day after the Islamic state launched more than a dozen ballistic missiles at two US military facilities…
President Donald Trump said Friday that the United States knows who the Islamic State group's new leader is, as the United States vowed to keep "unrelenting" pressure on the extremists.
The Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) has yet to receive information regarding the alleged Egyptian couple plotting to conduct a series of bomb attacks in the country upon instructions from the terror group, Islamic State.
The Islamic State-claimed attack on a military base that killed seven in the restive southern Philippines bears the hallmarks of a suicide bombing, the military said Saturday.
President Rodrigo Duterte would rather kill himself than be treated by the Islamic-State linked Abu Sayyaf group in an inhuman or degrading way.
Suspected Islamic State-linked militants kidnapped 10 fishermen off Borneo island Tuesday and took them to the southern Philippines, police said, the latest abductions in the strife-torn waters.
President Rodrigo Duterte on Friday assured countries that have offered assistance to rebuild war-torn Marawi City that their money are in good hands.
A Dutch birdwatcher held by Islamic State-linked militants was killed Friday during a firefight between his kidnappers and soldiers in the southern Philippines, according to the military, which said he was shot by his captors as he tried to…
The Islamic State group's self-proclaimed "caliphate" may have collapsed in the Middle East but Asia provides fertile territory for a resurrection, analysts say, as last month's bloody Easter Sunday suicide attacks in Sri Lanka have shown.
A US Army veteran who was allegedly plotting a large-scale terror attack near Los Angeles as revenge for the recent mass shootings in New Zealand has been arrested, authorities said Monday.
The devastating bomb attacks in Sri Lanka, claimed by Islamic State jihadists, show that the influence of the group's extremist ideology remains dangerously intact even after the collapse of its so-called caliphate in Iraq and Syria,…
President Rodrigo Duterte is confident that the Islamic State (ISIS) “will never gain foothold” in the Philippines, thanks to the military’s efforts to counter violent extremism.
President Rodrigo Duterte on Monday urged the people in Maguindanao to help the government fight the Islamic State (ISIS) terror group.
Malacañang on Sunday expressed confidence that the Supreme Court will uphold the full-year extension of martial law in Mindanao.
by W.G. Dunlop and Maggy Donaldson The order to withdraw American troops from Syria has been signed, the US military said Sunday, after President Donald Trump and his Turkish counterpart agreed to prevent a power vacuum in the wake of the…
US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis quit Thursday as President Donald Trump weathered an escalating backlash at home and abroad over his sudden decision to pull all troops from Syria.
Russia "indisputably" now poses a bigger threat to Britain's security than terrorist groups like Islamic State (IS) and Al-Qaeda, the head of the British army said in an interview published Saturday.
A lawmaker from Mindanao has proposed to extend the martial law declaration in the entire region for another six months to ensure the security and safety of the public for the upcoming midterm elections.
Groups aligned with the Islamic state have warned of further attacks on Australia and other Western nations in online posters featuring the deadly lone wolf stabbing rampage in Melbourne last week.
President Rodrigo Duterte on Thursday offered to send Filipino troops to Jordan to help the Arab state fight the Islamic State.
Three Southeast Asians who appeared in a 2016 Islamic State video showing the beheading of a captive were added to the US Treasury’s sanctions blacklist Friday.
After fleeing for their lives nearly a year ago, residents of the battle-scarred Philippine city of Marawi were allowed back Sunday for the first time -- to dig through the rubble that was once their homes.