Map. History of Philippines conflict

6 May 2021
3 month ago
Earthquake of magnitude 4.9 - 14 km N of Loreto, Philippines
3 month ago
Earthquake of magnitude 4.7 - 2 km NE of Balangbalang, Philippines
LRT-2 tests operations at Santolan station. Santolan, Anonas, and Katipunan stations are shut down as fire damaged power supply in October 2019. via @jacquemanabat
To augment the lack of traffic enforcers in Metro Manila's major thoroughfares, the Philippine National Police-Highway Patrol Group (PNP-HPG) has pledged to provide 180 personnel to man the traffic along Edsa and Commonwealth Avenue
Senate Majority Leader Juan Miguel Zubiri on Tuesday pushed for the modernization of military air assets after seven people were killed when an Air Force helicopter crashed in Bukidnon last weekend
Senator Nancy Binay (@SenatorBinay), in a tweet on Tuesday, decried the unilateral abrogation of the Soto-Enrile Accord by the Department of National Defense, which gives prior notice before police and military could enter UP campuses
Government soldiers arrested an alleged communist guerrilla and seized explosives and firearms after a 30-minute clash at a village in Borongan City on Sunday, Jan. 17
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2 unidentified men with head shots and both hands tied at their back believed to be victims of summary execution found at Alagao bridge, Monday in Kalayaan, Laguna.
The Philippine Air Force grounds all Huey-type helicopters (UH-1H and UH-1D) for a thorough inspection, following the fatal crash that killed 7 soldiers in Bukidnon on Saturday
Presidential Adviser for Entrepreneurship Joey Concepcion said that through the deal, they were able to secure AstraZeneca vaccines for $10, or about P480, per two shots.
The New People's Army's Santos Binamera Command took responsibility for the ambush that killed three Army soldiers on Sunday morning in Barangay Baquerohan in Legazpi City
The remains of the four of the seven soldiers killed in a helicopter crash in Bukidnon have arrived at Brigadier Gen. Benito N. Ebuen Air Base on Sunday afternoon3 month ago
The remains of the four of the seven soldiers killed in a helicopter crash in Bukidnon have arrived at Brigadier Gen. Benito N. Ebuen Air Base on Sunday afternoon
3 month ago
Police in Lanao del Norte are investigating the possible involvement of local affiliates of the terror group Islamic State (IS), in the killing of three soldiers and a civilian in Poona-Piagapo town
3 month ago
At least six soldiers, including two Air Force pilots, were killed in a helicopter crash in Bukidnon Saturday afternoon, a military spokesperson confirms
3 month ago
Earthquake of magnitude 4.6 - 4 km SSE of Hukay, Philippines
3 soldiers, 1 civilian killed in Lanao del Norte ambush
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A fish vendor in Leyte was killed in an alleged gunfight with policemen during a drug buy-bust operation in Maasin City on Thursday
Supreme Court postpones oral arguments on Anti-Terrorism Act to February 2 after Solicitor General Jose Calida said that his Asst SolGen and some staff tested positive for COVID19.
3 month ago
Coronavirus cases in the Philippines went up by 2,048 to 496,646 on Friday, January 15. #COVID19 27,033 are active cases 551 new recoveries; 459,737 total 137 new deaths; 9,876 total 63 cases previously tagged as recovered were reclassified as deaths after final validation
3 month ago
An infectious disease expert believes authorities are prepared for the surge of #COVID19 cases, especially now that the new and more transmissible coronavirus variant has been detected in the Philippines
3 soldiers of the Philippine Armed Forces were shot and killed this morning by unidentified assailants at the Navarro camp in Lanao Norte state. The perpetrators of the attack are the militants of the pirate group Abu Sayyaf, known for its ties with IS of the East Asian Province
Senator Leila de Lima threw shade at the government's purchase of Sinovac, a Chinese-developed vaccine. The insistence on the use of such vaccine despite being more expensive must mean some form of "kickback" for politicians, the senator insinuated
4 month ago
Coronavirus cases in the Philippines climb to 478,761 with 959 additional infections on Monday, January 4. #COVID19 21,219 are active cases 3 labs were not able to submit their data on time 26 new recoveries; 448,279 total 6 new deaths; 9,263 total
Two people died while four others were reported missing in the Bicol Region following the floods caused by the tail end of a frontal system, the Office of Civil Defense Region 5 reported
A Nigerian allegedly involved in drug trafficking died while in a shootout with police officers during a buy-bust operation in Tarlac on Thursday, where P13.6 million worth of crystal meth, locally known as shabu, was seized
A policewoman in Malabon was arrested for indiscriminate firing while in Dagupan a person was hit by a stray bullet, according to , PNP spokesperson Police Brigadier General Ildebrandi Usana
Human rights group Karapatan claims 9 indigenous people or IP killed in Panay Island early Wednesday, December 30 were massacred. 17 others were also arrested in early dawn police operations.4 month ago
Human rights group Karapatan claims 9 indigenous people or IP killed in Panay Island early Wednesday, December 30 were massacred. 17 others were also arrested in early dawn police operations.
4 month ago
A human rights watchdog on Thursday called for a probe on the joint police and military operations in Panay that resulted in the killings of indigenous leaders and the arrest of more than a dozen
A group said the nine fatalities in the previous day's military operations in Tapaz, Capiz, were members of an indigenous people's (IP) group, contrary to the claim of government forces that they were communist rebels
4 month ago
Earthquake of magnitude 4.7 - 39 km SW of Sarangani, Philippines
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