Duterte threatens to end peace talks with rebels after bodyguards wounded
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has threatened to end peace talks with rebels in the south unless they stop targeting soldiers.
His announcement comes just hours after suspected guerrillas wounded four of his military bodyguards in an ambush on the main southern island of Mindanao. 
President Duterte earlier in the week asked Congress to extend martial law in Mindanao through to the end of the year. 
The island has been under military rule since ISIL-backed rebels took over parts of Marawi City on May 23. Army clashes with the militants have left over 500 people dead and 260,000 others displaced.