'DEAD OR ALIVE' - Inquirer.net

Tagbilaran City — President Rodrigo Duterte has ordered a P1 million reward for the capture of each Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) member now in Inabanga town, Bohol — dead or alive. He also encouraged the residents to kill the at least eight members of the ...

P1M for every Abu captured, 'dead or alive' - Sun.Star

On top of the situation. President Rodrigo Duterte is briefed by local officials on the peace and order situation in Bohol during his visit yesterday. (SunStar Foto/Alan Tangcawan). PRESIDENT Rodrigo Duterte offered a bounty of P1 million for each of ...

Info on ASG trickle in after offer of reward - Sun.Star

POLICE Regional Office 7 Director Noli Taliño said they received several information about the eight suspected members of the Abu Sayyaf after a P100,000 bounty was put up for each of them. The official said they are verifying the tip-off. Before the ...

Get Abus 'dead or alive' - Philippine Star

President Rodrigo Duterte yesterday offered a P1-million bounty for each Abu Sayyaf bandit who attacked government troops in Inabanga, Bohol. PCOO/Released, File. MANILA, Philippines - President Duterte yesterday offered a P1-million bounty for each ...

Briones: Over vigilance - Sun.Star

SINCE the US Embassy in Manila issued a travel advisory last April 9 reminding its nationals to cancel or to postpone visits to Cebu and Bohol after it received reports that local terrorists were planning to strike in these areas, the Philippine ...

Duterte considering 'invading' Jolo to finish Abu - Inquirer.net

President Duterte on Wednesday said if there is a need to finish the Abu Sayyaf group, he will invade Jolo. “I will invade Jolo. Invasion na lang talaga. But maraming madisgrasya niyan, civilian, bata. Pag naipit na ang bayan I will order an invasion ...

Espinoza: The Abus made a statement - Sun.Star

THERE is no truth to the rumor that bounty hunters are acting up after a civic-spirited person offered a P100,000 reward to anyone who can give information to the police or the military on the whereabouts of the Abu Sayyaf members who survived last ...

Duterte offers P1M each for Sayyaf remnants in Bohol - Malaya

PRESIDENT Duterte yesterday said he is offering a P1-million bounty for the arrest, “dead or alive,” of each of the Abu Sayyaf members involved in the foiled attack in Inabanga, Bohol last week. The President, who said the Abu Sayyaf might try to ...

Sector upbeat amid travel warnings - Sun.Star

Visibility. Heavy police presence is seen in one of the beaches in Panglao, Bohol following the clashes between the Abu Sayyaf Group and government forces in Inabanga. (SunStar Foto/Alan Tangcawan). CEBU'S business sector will increase its marketing ...

After Inabanga, keep calm and do carry on! - Inquirer.net

Whether it's the devastating slave raids in the Visayas and Luzon carried out by Moro pirates from Balanguigui and Jolo between 1599 and well nigh into the 1850s or the recent furtive landing of Abu Sayyaf terrorists at Inabanga River in Bohol last ...

Investigation focus: How did Abu Sayyaf infiltrate Bohol - Manila Bulletin

Cebu City – The Police Regional Office (PRO) in Central Visayas has launched an inter-agency investigation on last week's clash between the Abu Sayyaf and government troops in Inabanga, Bohol, that will focus mainly on how the terrorist group was able ...

Philippine leader may launch 'invasion' of Abu Sayyaf's island lair - The Japan Times

MANILA – Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte warned on Wednesday he might “invade” an island stronghold of the Islamic State-linked Abu Sayyaf to “finish the game” following a thwarted attempt by the group to kidnap tourists on a resort island last week.

AS-Philippines-Foiled-Attack - Yahoo News

MANILA, Philippines (AP) — Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte offered a bounty Wednesday for the capture of Muslim extremists behind a foiled attack on a central resort island, and said he ordered the navy to bomb militants who travel by boat in ...

Philippines offers reward for arresting Abu Sayyaf suspect - Xinhua

MANILA, April 19 (Xinhua) -- Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte offered Wednesday 1 million peso (20,160 U.S. dollars) reward for the arrest of each member of the Abu Sayyaf Group who escaped from the security cordon in the central Philippine Bohol ...

AFP welcomes monetary reward offer for info on ASG still hiding in Bohol - Manila Bulletin

The Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) Wednesday welcomed the P1 million reward offered by President Rodrigo Duterte for the capture of at least eight members of the Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) who are still hiding in Bohol. President Rodrigo Duterte

Duterte offers reward for killing Abu suspects in Bohol attack - Sun.Star

PRESIDENT Rodrigo Duterte on Wednesday pledged to reward P1 million for killing each of the remaining Abu Sayyaf suspects who survived the clashed with the government security forces in Bohol last April 11. Duterte, who attended the Association of ...

Duterte offers P1M bounty to each Abu in Bohol - Inquirer.net

The shallow grave where a man was buried in Barangay Lonoy Cainsican, Inabanga town, Bohol, a kilometer from Sitio Ilaya in Barangay Napo, the site of heavy gunfire between government troopers and members of the bandit group Abu Sayyaf.

Duterte says civilians may arm selves, kill Abu Sayyaf in Bohol - ABS-CBN News

President Rodrigo Roa Duterte is provided details on the security for the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN)-related meetings during a briefing at the Philippine Ports Authority Conference Room in Bohol on April 19, 2017. Malacanang Photo.

Duterte offers P1M reward for suspects behind foiled Bohol attack - Rappler

JOLO 'INVASION'? President Rodrigo Duterte warns he will 'invade' Jolo if the terror threat in the country spins out of control. Malacañang file photo. MANILA, Philippines – President Rodrigo Duterte is ready to give P1 million as reward for the ...

CIDG conducts probe on Inabanga encounter - Inquirer.net

Police forces cross the Inabanga River as they pursue the alleged remaining members of the Abu Sayyaf Group (ABG). CDN PHOTO/TONEE DESPOJO. THE Criminal Investigation and Detection Group in Central Visayas (CIDG-7) has stepped in to ...