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Soldier mauled, disarmed in foiled pizza store robbery

A soldier was mauled and disarmed by crew members of a pizza store in Quezon City as he tried to rob the establishment Monday night

Military: 5-year martial law extension too long

The military does not seem to support the five-year extension of martial law in Mindanao proposed by House Speaker Pantaleon D. Alvarez to deal with the lingering threat of terrorism and insurgency in the South.

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Families displaced by the Marawi City conflict might have to live in a tent city for six months to a year until their permanent houses have been rebuilt.

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Government troops are working “overtime” to liberate Marawi City from the clutches of terrorists despite facing some operation difficulties, a military spokesman said yesterday.

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Several news outlets have reported President Roa Rodrigo’s vow to buy brand new military equipment for the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP). He was quoted as saying that instead of relying on second-hand weapons from the United States, he wanted to make sure that the military is best equipped to protect our republic.

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There is an apparent need to reinforce our troops battling the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS)-inspired Maute group in Marawi and other security threats in other parts of the country.

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