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A week after the latest of several ballistic missile tests aimed, North Korean officials said, at reaching the United States mainland, they announced the mass production of a new anti-aircraft weapon system and its deployment throughout the country.

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THE peace talks with the National Democratic Front-Communist Party of the Philippines-New People’s Army (NDF-CPP-NPA) have become the first casualty in the wake of the proclamation of martial law in Mindanao.

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President Duterte’s visit to Moscow, Russia, was unexpectedly cut short because he had to rush back to the Philippines after his proclamation of martial law in Mindanao last Tuesday. President Vladimir Putin cut short his own visit to a city a thousand miles away from Moscow so they could meet, even only briefly, at the Kremlin Grand Palace.

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WHEN government peace negotiators and those of the National Democratic Front (NDF) resume their talks this week in Noordwijk Ann-see, Netherlands, it will be with a great deal of uncertainty and even tension in this fifth meeting.

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THE Anti-Distracted Driving Act (ADDA), RA 10913, took effect last Thursday morning, May 18, but by noontime Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA) Officer-in-Charge Tim Orbos suspended enforcement of the act, in the wake of widespread disputes over the apprehensions.

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Martial law has been declared in Mindanao, after armed men, identified with the Maute Group, clashed with troops in Marawi City in Lanao del Sur. Initial reports, including the alleged burning of the local cathedral, caused President Duterte to proclaim martial law in Mindanao.

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