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Cebuanos are advised to stay alert and vigilant as government troopers go after members of the Maute Group who seized Marawi City earlier this week. While there are no direct threats to Cebu, Chief Supt. Noli Taliño, director of the Police Regional Office said “it is better to be ready than sorry.”
According to Senate Majority Leader Vicente Sotto III, Congress, which by the way is filled with President Duterte’s allies, has no intentions of revoking the Chief Executive's declaration of martial law any time soon. He also added that Congress need not convene as they have no plans of junking the proclamation.
The Philippines and Russia have reportedly sealed a total of 10 deals after President Rodrigo Duterte visited Moscow. Those deals signed included an agreement on defense cooperation,an agreement that will pave the way for more exchanges between the Philippines' Department of National Defense and Russia's Ministry of Defense.