President Rodrigo Duterte of the Philippines made the remarks in a speech to former rebels, expressing exasperation that some women preferred joining the militants to raising children.
The announcement came days after President Rodrigo Duterte responded angrily to reports that a Filipino domestic worker had been found in a freezer in the Gulf state.
The Hague-based tribunal said it would gauge whether there was enough evidence to build a case against the Philippine president for crimes against humanity.
Nearly 50 people suspected of using and selling drugs were killed by officers in the past two months alone, according to official figures.
The detention of Rafael Baylosis, 69, was the latest signal that President Rodrigo Duterte is not interested in resuming peace talks.
The officers were charged in connection with the killing of Kian Loyd delos Santos, 17, which strengthened opposition to the government’s brutal antidrug crackdown.
The volcano is in a stage of “intense unrest” that could trigger a hazardous eruption at any time.
The detention of Taha Mohamed al-Jabouri, an Iraqi chemist “with knowledge of explosives,” comes after a series of deadly bomb plots in the Philippines.
The threats piled up as Jover Laurio skewered the Philippine leader in anonymity. Since being outed by the government, she has hired bodyguards but changed nothing else.
The outlet, Rappler, known for confronting the president, was said to have broken ownership rules, but industry groups saw an attack on press freedom.
Firefighters recovered one body but have been unable to enter the mall in Davao City since the fire started on Saturday, officials said.
Heavy rains unleashed landslides and mudslides in remote communities while also causing rivers to overflow.
President Rodrigo Duterte said continued military rule on the southern island of Mindanao was needed to ensure the “total eradication” of militancy there.
More than 740,000 students have already received Dengvaxia vaccinations, which could pose health risks for people not previously infected.
The fighting came on the same day that the government closed the door on peace talks.
President Rodrigo Duterte decided to stop work on a sandbar in the disputed region before a regional summit meeting in Vietnam this weekend.
Even after the defeat of jihadist forces in the city of Marawi, people on Mindanao tell of fierce battles with other Islamist cells.
Jim Mattis, the United States defense secretary, said the Philippines had sent a “very necessary message” to militants in the war-torn southern city.
Mahmud Ahmad had acted as a link to the group’s central command in Syria, helping funnel money and foreign fighters who ransacked a city in the south.
President Rodrigo Duterte said Marawi was free from “terrorist influence” a day after two militant leaders were killed, but gunfire could still be heard.