Misuari revives secessionist movement
Moro National Liberation Front founding Chairman Nur Misuari revived the secessionist movement in Mindanao.
According to Habib Muhahab Hashim, chairman of the MNLF Islamic Command Council, the said move is after Misuari declared independence from the Philippine government.
Hashim said that the former MNLF chairman appointed himself as commander-in-chief of the Bangsamoro Armed Forces.
The lawyer of Misuari stated that they are currently studying option of identifying Davao City as capital and seat of government of the new Bangsamoro Republic. (Rommel Fuertes)
Oil tanker, delivery truck collide, 2 dead
Two people died after an oil tanker and a delivery truck collided in Atimonan, Quezon.
The accident happened at a highway along Brgy. Malinao, 2 a.m. before dawn.
After the collision, the oil tanker ignited a fire as residents needed to put out the burning oil tanker to take the bodies of the victims. (Luisito Antonio Santos)