By Tetch Torres-Tupas
The arrested suspects in the foiled car bombing at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport Monday will be slapped with cases for illegal possession of explosives and conspiracy to commit terrorism.
By Edwin Fernandez and Charlie Señase
Authorities here said Tuesday’s bomb attack that injured a soldier and a sidewalk vendor could have been intended for the man who owned the jeep where the bomb was planted.
By Niña P. Calleja
Eight new scanners that can detect concealed cash, drugs, and explosives under a passenger’s clothing and even underneath the skin are set to be installed in major airports in the country by the end of the year ahead of the Asia- Pacific Economic Cooperation Summit to be held in Manila in 2015.
By Jovic Yee
A World War II-era explosive device was unearthed at the compound of St. Jude Catholic Church in Malacañang Park, Manila, Monday afternoon.
By Edwin Fernandez
, Eldie Aguirre
Two more improvised explosive devices have been discovered and disposed of in North Cotabato this week, bringing to eight the number of bombs found in the province since New People’s Army rebels attacked the police station in the town of President Roxas last May 20.