In pictures: The siege of Marawi has finally come to an end after one final fierce gunfight with a group of militants holed up in the shattered city.
Russian and Filipino navy officials said that the warships unloaded some 5,000 assault rifles, a million rounds of ammunition and 20 army trucks.
Photos show fighting is still going on in Marawi long after Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte declared it had been liberated from Islamist militants.
Philippines Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana confirmed Isnilon Hapilon and Omar Maute were dead and the Marawi siege could end soon.
The Philippines president Duterte also said he is declaring a "revolutionary government" and would be happy to cut all ties with the EU.
The firebrand Philippines president asks the European ambassadors not to return to his country again.
The Philippines defence department used the Taiwan defence ministry logo instead of China's on a banner displayed at an official ceremony.
The fighting in Marawi is so intense that it took soldiers a whole week just to cross one street in the embattled city.
Caloocan City Police force comprises nearly 1,200 personnel who will be removed in batches, regional police chief said.
The US troops are assisting the Philippines military as they make a final push to end the long-standing conflict.
Nearly 90 bodies in total are believed to have been buried in mass graves since June as troops battle Islamist militants in Marawi.
Philippine troops fighting Isis-linked Islamist insurgents in the city of Marawi say they have encountered armed resistance from women and children.
More than 800 people have been killed in the battle between Abu Sayyaf militants and the army.
Zark's Burgers were charging the equivalent of 12p for a burger in a special offer.
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The suspect has been identified as a 75-year-old New Westminster woman.
The raids resulted in the largest death toll in one night of police operations in the country.
The Vatican will decide the fate of the priest.
Reynaldo Parojinog killed in clashes between police and mayor's gunmen.
Oxford University said Duterte used social media manipulation as part of electoral run.
Thousands of suspects have died during the anti-drug campaign he launched after being sworn into office in June 2016, sparking widespread criticism.
Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte says he is prepared to wait for a year for the end of the siege which has killed more than 500 people.
The president's critics accuse him of using law to realise his "dictatorial ambitions."
Controversial president bashes his country's most important ally again.
Filipino military says 5-year-long martial law will be 'too long' and insists final decision rests with President Duterte.
Rights group calls for outright rejection of Muslim-only ID cards system, deeming it 'a collective punishment'.
Justices dismissed the petitions by opposition lawmakers, activist groups and four women from Marawi.
Duterte has admitted to personally killing criminals and launched tirades at Barack Obama and Pope Francis.
Satellite images reveal China has built new military facilities on South China Sea's Spratly islands
China has new missile shelters, runways and radar and communications facilities on the disputed Spratly islands in the South China Sea.
Duterte once revealed that he once threw a suspected kidnapper out of a moving helicopter when he was mayor of Davao City.
Over the past year, Duterte's brutal war on drugs has resulted in thousands of deaths, yet the street price of crystal meth in Manila has fallen.