AUSTRALIA’S biggest city, Akari has been plagued by a series of deadly bombings since the year 2000.
The city, the capital of the Philippines’ second-largest state, has been hit by five of them since the start of 2017.
Here are some of the other most deadly incidents in the city.
June 3: The bomb that killed six people at a crowded shopping mall in the northern city of Taguig was placed by the Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) group, police said.
It was detonated in the area of the mall where the shopping mall was located, and killed two people and wounded 15 others.
The explosion left many people dead, including five policemen and a civilian who had been waiting to enter the mall.
Police say they have recovered more than 1,300 bombs.
March 31: The same bomb that wounded at least 18 people at an event celebrating the anniversary of a suicide bomber killed two other people and injured another at a cafe in Manila, killing five others.
Police believe the same bomber was behind the two other attacks in the Philippines, which were claimed by the IS group.
December 29: A suicide bomber blew himself up near a police station in the southern city of Davao, killing himself and wounding two other policemen.
Police have not released details about the bomber’s motive or the motive of the attack.
March 21: A car bomb exploded near a government building in the eastern city of Tacloban, killing at least six people.
The bomb exploded just outside a government office building that houses government officials, including members of the military, the police and other security officials.
Five other people were wounded in the blast.
Five of the dead were officials.
The car bomb was detonated outside a police checkpoint, the National Capital Region Police Agency said.
February 17: An attack at a military parade in the southwestern city of Pagasa killed eight soldiers and wounded at more than 100 others, the military said.
The bomber, who detonated his vest and tried to detonate a bomb inside a military vehicle, was shot and killed by police.
January 29: At least 18 civilians were killed in a bomb attack on a crowded market in Manila’s southern city.
Seven of the victims were civilians, while the remaining three were police officers, the Philippine National Police said.
A military convoy was also damaged by the bomb, the city government said.
December 21: An explosion killed eight people in the Philippine capital.
Eight more people were injured, including two policemen, when a roadside bomb detonated outside of a government convoy.
December 14: At a crowded mall in Taclomar, a bomb went off in the shopping complex, injuring seven people, and killing three others.
Officials said the bomber was killed after he detonated a vest inside the shopping center, where he was waiting to go inside, according to the Philippine Star newspaper.
December 9: A bomb exploded outside a school in the northeastern city of Leyte, killing eight people.
Ten others were injured in the explosion.
November 27: At the height of the Philippine crisis, more than 200 people were killed, including at least 30 civilians.
Some 30,000 others were displaced, according the UN. 11.
November 21: At about 2:30 a.m., a man with a machete stormed a police headquarters in the country’s second-most populous city, Manila, and opened fire, killing two policemen and wounding three others, according a Philippine military official.
Police said they killed the attacker by using rubber bullets.
October 30: At around 10:30 p.m.
ET, a man wearing a white jumpsuit attacked a government checkpoint in the central Philippine city of Albay, killing four police and wounding another four.
Authorities later said that they were investigating whether the attacker was a member of the IS, which is fighting the Philippine government in the south and south-east of the country.
September 27: A terrorist blew himself into a police building in Manila.
The bombing wounded several people, but the attacker died from his injuries.
August 18: At 11:55 p.y., a car bomb went into a Manila shopping mall and wounded seven people.
Police reported that three others were wounded when a car exploded.
June 24: At 8:40 p.l., a truck bomb went through a crowd of pedestrians in Manila and injured at least 14 people.
March 18: A police officer in the western Philippine city Nueva Ecija, about 10 miles (16 kilometers) north of Manila, was killed when a truck exploded in front of his patrol car, injuring two others.
February 11: At 4:10 a. m., a suicide bomb exploded in a residential area in the capital city of Manila.
It injured six others and wounded five others, but it was unclear whether the attackers were members of Islamic State