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Apr 27 2021

Tensions Rise In The South China Sea: British Flotilla To Sail Through Asian Waters

Support SouthFront HMS Queen Elizabeth, via Global Look Press A flotilla of Royal Navy of the United Kingdom leaded by HMS Queen Elizabeth aircraft carrier will pass through Asian waters on port visits to Japan and South Korea, according to the British embassy in Tokyo. The decision was made after Australia had warned of threats of conflict in the region. “Today, as free nations again hear the beating drums and watch worryingly the militarisation of issues that we had, until recent years, thought unlikely to be catalysts for war, let us continue to search unceasingly for the chance for peace …

Dec 4 2020

Dozens Of ISIS Militants Raided Town In Philippines (Video)

Click to see the full-size image A few dozens of ISIS-linked militants attacked a town in Maguindanao province of in the Philippines on December 3 night. According to reports, about 50 heavily armed members of the ISIS-linked Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Forces (BIFF) captured the center of Datu Piang town, formerly called Dulawan. “Dulawan, Datu Piang is now like Marawi. ISIS-inspired BIFF attacked the town center,” Datu Zamzamin Ampatuan, a senior executive at the Philippines’ Department of Agriculture, posted on social media at 10:34pm on December 3. Militants atacked an army company stationed in the municipality and the town’s police force, …

Mar 6 2020

ISIS Claims 40 Filipino Soldiers, Officers Killed In Maguindanao Clashes

Donate Soldiers onboard military trucks ride along the main street as government troops continue their assault on insurgents from the Maute group, who have taken over large parts of Marawi City, Philippines June 2, 2017. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco ISIS has claimed that up to 40 Filipino soldiers and officers were killed by its cells during recent clashes in the province of Maguindanao. In a statement released by the Amaq news agency on March 6, the terrorist group said that the clashes took place in the town of Satan on March 2. Government troops were allegedly targeted with machine guns and several …

Mar 2 2020

Armed Man Takes Upwards Of 30 Hostage In Shopping Mall In Manila

Donate Click to see full-size image On March 2nd, a former security guard took approximately 30 people hostage, while one man was shot, in a shopping mall in Manila, Philippines. During the incident, heavily armed police and negotiators were trying to end the standoff peacefully. Workers and customers were evacuated from the V-Mall shopping centre in the Greenhills area of San Juan, Manila, after gunshots rang out and officers wielding assault rifles rushed to the scene. A SWAT team was seen entering the mall. [embedded content] San Juan city mayor Francis Zamora said the former security guard was holding the …