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Philippines' Duterte calls off truce after rebel attack (30.07.2016)

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has withdrawn a unilateral ceasefire with communist rebels after his ultimatum for the group to reciprocate lapsed. The Saturday deadline was set by Duterte after a rebel ambush in the southern island of Mindanao on Wednesday left one government militia member...

Philippines, communist rebels to resume peace talks in July (16.06.2016)

The Philippines and communist rebels have agreed to resume peace talks next month in a bid to end one of Asia's longest-running insurgencies. The Philippines said it was "very optimistic" the talks would succeed.

Philippine rebels to discuss peace talks with new government (02.06.2016)

Philippine communist rebels said Thursday that long-stalled peace talks could be resumed with the government of incoming President Rodrigo Duterte as early as July, and that they will demand an end to the U.S. military presence in the country.

Filipino MILF rebels lay down first arms in peace deal (16.06.2015)

The Philippine largest Muslim rebel group has turned over the first batch of their firearms and fighters in the southern island of Mindanao, as part of the peace agreement the group signed with the government.

Truce monitors find Philippine police, rebels violated ceasefire (06.04.2015)

Malaysian-led peace monitors have found that both the Philippine police and Muslim rebels were at fault for violating a ceasefire in a January clash in which 65 people were killed, the government's chief negotiator said on Monday.

Philippines ends offensive against small Muslim rebel group (31.03.2015)

The Philippine military on Tuesday ended a five-week all-out offensive against a small but violent splinter group of its largest Muslim rebel group, allowing around 90,000 displaced residents to return home.

Refugee crisis in Philippines as peace deal is at risk (10.03.2015)

The intensified fighting is taking place as lawmakers in Manila are debating a bill that would formalize the provisions of a landmark peace deal reached a year ago with the country’s largest rebel organization.