Blast Kills At Least 12 As Philippine President Visits Hometown - Huffington Post

The incident took place at a street market outside the high-end Marco Polo hotel in Davao. Manolo Serapio Jr and Manuel Mogato. Leandro Salvo Daval Jr/Reuters. At least 10 people were killed and dozens injured by an explosion in Davao on Friday, during ...and more »

Philippines President Declares 'State Of Lawlessness' After Bombing Kills 14 - Huffington Post

MANILA - Philippines' President Rodrigo Duterte declared on Saturday a “state of lawlessness” in the country after an explosion in a market killed 14 people in his home city of Davao while he was on a regular weekend visit there. Duterte, who ran Davao ...and more »

Philippines President: Explosion that killed 14 was act of terrorism - CNN

(CNN) Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte visited a morgue early Saturday to pay respects to the 14 people killed hours earlier in an explosion at a crowded market in Davao City. At least 71 people were injured in the attack on the popular market ...and more »

Explosion hits Davao night market - Rappler

EXPLOSION. SWAT teams are deployed at the Roxas Night Market in Davao City following an explosion on September 2, 2016. Photo from Fr. Jboy Gonzales SJ. MANILA, Philippines (6th UPDATE) – An explosion at a night market in Davao City on Friday ...and more »

Duterte declares 'state of lawlessness' after Davao bombing, cuts short 1st foreign trip - Nikkei Asian Review

MANILA -- President Rodrigo Duterte canceled his first foreign trip and declared a "state of lawless violence" in the Philippines, following an explosion in his home city late Friday that killed at least 14 and wounded dozens. Duterte was scheduled to ...and more »

Duterte signs state of nat'l emergency proclamation - Rappler

PROCLAMATION SIGNED. President Rodrigo Duterte signs the proclamation declaring a 'state of national emergency on account of lawless violence.' Photo by Manman Dejeto/Rappler. DAVAO CITY, Philippines (UPDATED) – President Rodrigo Duterte has ...and more »

Response of Philippines President to Fatal Blast Raises Fears - New York Times

The Philippine National Police conducted a checkpoint in Makati, south of Manila, on Saturday. Credit Mark R. Cristino/European Pressphoto Agency. MANILA — President Rodrigo Duterte's declaration of a “state of lawlessness” in the Philippines after a ...and more »

Duterte declares state of lawlessness in PH - Rappler

STATE OF LAWLESSNESS. President Rodrigo Duterte arrives at the Roxas Night Market on September 3, 2016. The president says 'extraordinary times' call for added security measures. Photo by Manman Dejeto/AFP. DAVAO CITY, Philippines (5th ...and more »

Philippines blast: 3 sought in deadly bombing, Islamists suspected - CNN

(CNN) Police in the Philippines are looking for a man and two women they want to question in connection with the blast at a crowded market in Davao City that killed 14 people. National Police Chief Ronald dela Rosa told CNN on Saturday the blast late ...and more »

Philippine leader declares 'state of lawlessness' after deadly market bombing - Los Angeles Times

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte on Saturday declared a nationwide “state of lawlessness,” granting the military special powers to aid in police operations after an attack in the country's southern region killed 14 people. At least 71 people were ...and more »