Demonstrators gathered near the U.S. Embassy in Manila.
"One fight there, another here—at the age of 16, I killed someone. A person, really," he said.
Officials described Rodrigo Duterte as "overwhelmed" to meet President Donald Trump, who has praised the Philippine leader's war on drugs and ISIS.
Trump will spend only one day in South Korea.
President Rodrigo Duterte declared Marawi City liberated six days ago, even though battles were still ongoing.
The woman will be charged over social media posts that sought to recruit militants for the battle in Marawi.
The head of the Philippine military said only about 30 militants remained in the formerly ISIS-held city and that victory would come "in a matter of days."
“You bullshit. We are past the colonization stage. Don’t fuck with us,” he said.
Filipino jihadis wanted to cause the "next 9/11."
The body had a single gunshot wound to the chest but authorities are excluding foul play.
Until the last minute, most passengers believed the hijacking was for real.
Jihadis are still battling three months after launching an armed offensive on the southern city.
A new report details the close links between ISIS's leadership and the militants who overran Marawi in May.
The controversial leader has repeatedly referenced raping women despite widespread condemnation.
The jihadi group abducted the Vietnamese sailors last year off the southern Philippine coast.
Elected a year ago, one of Philippine president's campaign pledges was to rid the country of "sons of bitches" drug users and dealers.
One year after becoming president, Duterte has managed to insult many international figures.
"He signs papers, he reads, he consults, he's actually very busy."
Images show planes that can detect heat waves, drones, and submarine periscopes being deployed in the South China Sea.
Farhana Maute is the matriarch of the Maute group, currently waging war against the army in Marawi City, Philippines.
Several Singaporeans have been arrested in recent weeks for trying to reach ISIS in Syria and Iraq.
The conflict in the southern Philippines has been raging for more than a month, despite President Duterte's assurances it would be over in three days.
"The school area is again safe."
Duterte had previously warned the international community from "meddling" in the Philippines' affairs.
They fear that new groups will join the conflict after Eid al-Fitr.
The Maute Group and other rebels are targeting Christians in the fight to takeover the city.