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MANILA Donte Jackson Panthers Jersey , June 4 (Xinhua) -- Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte on Sunday invited Muslim rebels to join the Philippine military in the fight against ISIS militants.


In a speech before the troops in Mactan in Cebu City in the central Philippines, Duterte said that he has accepted the offer of Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF) founding chairman Nur Misuari to integrate some 2,000 to 3,000 MNLF fighters into the Armed Force of the Philippines to help crush the Maute group.


The government security forces are now fighting close to 200 to 250 Maute militants holed up in the southern Philippine city of Marawi. The group has pledged loyalty to the ISIS.


Fighting between the government troops and the Maute fighters broke out on May 23 when the militants tried to occupy Marawi in a bid to make it a caliphate for ISIS. The military said 120 militants, 30 civilians and 38 soldiers and policemen have been killed in the sporadic fighting.


"I am ready to integrate them (the 2,000 to 3,000 able-bodied MNLF fighters) into the AFP. I have no problem with that," Duterte said.


Duterte said Misuari made the offer during a "late talk" on Saturday night with him. "I accepted the offer," he said.


He added, "I am offering even to MILF (Moro Islamic Liberation Front). If you want to join us you are also invited including the regulars of the NPA (New People's Army)."


"To all the NPAs I can also take you in, just bring the guns, I will replace them with new ones, and you'll be enlisted in the armed forces," Duterte said.


Duterte did not give details on how these rebel forces will be integrated in the AFP.


Duterte declared martial law in Mindanao and nearby island provinces after the Maute group attacked Marawi on May 23.


The MNLF and the MILF were founded as separate movements with the aim of establishing an independent Islamic State.


The Moros have accused the central government of long neglecting the Mindanao region economically, encouraging Christian settlement and supporting corrupt politicians to weaken Muslim influence.


The MILF is now the biggest Muslim rebel group in the Philippines. The MNLF forged peace with the government in 1996. However, the agreement failed to bring lasting peace in Mindanao.


The Duterte administration has canceled its scheduled peace talks with the communist rebels.


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SHENZHEN, Sept. 19 (Xinhua) -- Customs authorities in the southern metropolis of Shenzhen have intercepted more than 7,000 beads made of the shells of an endangered clam species.


A suspect was caught in August with 7,319 bead-shaped objects in a suitcase at Luohu Port in Guangdong Province.


According to customs, the beads, weighing a total of 18.2 kg, were made of the shells of Tridacnidae, a giant clam listed as a Class I state-protected animal in China.


According to Chinese law, passengers are prohibited from mailing and carrying wildlife and related products unless they have government-approved certificates.


The case has been transferred to the anti-smuggling department of the customs.


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Chinese telecommunication services provider Huawei Technologies Co's latest smartphones, the P10 and P10 Plus, have had a mixed reaction from analysts after they were unveiled on February 26 at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona, Spain.


The new models feature the new Leica Dual Camera 2.0 with precise three-dimensional facial recognition, powered by its ultra-fast Kirin 960 processor. Huawei also teamed up with Pantone Color Institute to bring 5.1-inch Full HD with 1920x1080 resolution, adding more colors to its latest products.


Huawei's P10 and P10 Plus have not disappointed customers, just as its major rivals Samsung and Apple gear up to release new products, Zhao Ziming, an industry expert at Beijing-based consultancy Analysys International, told the Global Times on Monday.


"The cooperation with Pantone helped the company explore more possibilities in terms of using different colors, which used to be a privilege of Apple," he said.


Also, the P10 and P10 Plus do not use dual-curved edge screens, which means Huawei has more time to work on this technology, he noted.


The new models are priced at 649 euros ($687) for P10 of 4GB RAM and 64GB storage, 699 euros for P10 Plus of 4GB RAM and 64GB storage and 799 euros for P10 Plus of 6GB RAM and 128 GB storage in Europe. They are expected to go on sale in Asia and the US in March.


Still, the products are likely to be "overpriced" as Huawei has not made any major technology breakthroughs in the latest models, Liu Dingding, a Beijing-based independent industry analyst, told the Global Times on Monday.


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