By Olive Melaya
On April 15, my birthday, a pair of bombs battered the beautiful city of Boston. Everything I planned for that weekend went well. A prayer meeting Friday night, a dinner with my husband Steve and my in-laws on Saturday afternoon, followed by a party for a friend’s 65th birthday.
By Allan Nawal
Several Filipinos in Sabah have been helping militants in Sulu by regularly sending them money, a ranking Malaysian police official, who was quoted in a radio report, said Tuesday.
By Niña P. Calleja
The freed Australian kidnap victim Warren Rodwell arrived in Manila on Monday afternoon, for rest and a medical check-up, according to officials.
By Julie Alipala
For now, the Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF) is withholding any further information about the status of three kidnapped foreigners, who were earlier reported to already be in the MNLF custody.
By Julie Alipala
Kidnappers have released the two Filipino crew members of Jordanian journalist Baker Atyani, just as reports surfaced that members of the Moro National Liberation Front have clashed with Abu Sayyaf in its bid to pressure the bandit group into releasing more of their captives.
By Jerome Aning
Four more overseas Filipino workers from the Algerian gas facility that was attacked by Islamic militants last week arrived in Manila on Wednesday.
By Marlon Ramos
The Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) played down, on Tuesday, rumors that alleged foreign Islamic extremists might have slipped into the country to spark violence during local protest actions against the US-made film, “Innocence of Muslims,” which triggered unrest in several Muslim countries.
By Fat Reyes
The United States Embassy in Manila on Thursday mourned the deaths of their colleagues in Libya as police heightened its security measures at its building along Roxas Boulevard.
By Philip C. Tubeza
Osama bin Laden is dead but the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) is not letting its guard down as the world marks on Tuesday the 11th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks in the United States.
By Norman Bordadora
Malacañang on Saturday lauded the conviction of Indonesian terrorist Umar Patek.
By DJ Yap
The burden of proof falls on the skeptics. So said the Armed Forces of the Philippines, which on Saturday insisted that Marwan, the Malaysian extremist with a $5 million prize on his head, was really dead, rebuffing the claims to the contrary of a Malaysian security official.
A Malaysian militant with a $5 million US bounty on his head survived a recent Philippine air strike, a Malaysian counter-terror official said Friday, despite Manila’s claims to the contrary.