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Image copyright AP Image caption One of the three men has been arrested in connection with the attack on the American in the southern Philippine city
A suspect detained by police in the Philippines for allegedly planning to bomb a US military base has been identified, Philippine authorities say.
The man, identified as Ramon Antonio Mireles, was detained in Barangay (village) Aciel in Maguindanao province on Saturday.
The attack on the US consulate in Manila last Wednesday was allegedly inspired by the terror group Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant, AP news agency reports.
The US said the Philippines had made “good progress” in its counter-terrorism response.
Two other men have also been arrested in connection with the incident, a Philippine interior ministry spokeswoman said.
They were in custody on suspicion of plotting to murder several policemen and security forces, she added.
Image copyright Reuters Image caption Four US Marines were killed in the attack on the US outpost on Thursday
The military base is located on Mindanao Island – an Islamic-majority region which is a bastion for jihadist groups and is the home of Abu Sayyaf militants.
The three have been charged with offences related to the planned attack at the US facility, and their names were made public on Saturday.
President Rodrigo Duterte has recently increased security.
Image copyright AFP Image caption President Rodrigo Duterte has said the Philippines has worked hard to tackle extremism in the south
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