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Manila, Muslim rebels begin drafting law that may end conflict (03.04.2013)

Government representatives and the Philippines' largest Muslim separatist group began drafting legislation on Wednesday to end 40 years of conflict and set up an autonomous structure to run the poor, but resource-rich, south.

Philippine communist rebels call off truce (02.01.2013)

Communist Party of the Philippines cuts ceasfire with government short, raising concerns about future of peace talks.

Philippines, communists agree to new talks and ceasefire (19.12.2012)

Maoist guerrillas waging a decades-long insurgency in the Philippines have resumed high-level peace talks with the government after a 13-month impasse, it was announced Wednesday. Meeting in the Netherlands capital The Hague on Monday and Tuesday the two sides also agreed to a 26-day nationwide...

The Philippines: Breakthrough in Mindanao – new ICG report (05.12.2012)

The next round of talks between the Philippines’ largest Muslim insurgent group and the government is a crucial step towards implementing a sweeping peace agreement signed in October. “The Philippines: Breakthrough in Mindanao”, the latest report from the International Crisis Group, examines how...

Philippine peace deal worries locals (15.10.2012)

Indigenous groups in southern Mindanao region fear being left out as MILF and government prepare to sign peace accord.

Ban pledges UN support to implement Government-rebel accord (08.10.2012)

Welcoming the announcement of a peace agreement to end decades of fighting between the Government of the Philippines and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) on the island of Mindanao in the country’s south, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today pledged full United Nations assistance in helping...

Peace pact brings hope for Mindanao (08.10.2012)

The creation of the "Bangsamoro new autonomous political entity" by 2016 was announced by President Benigno Aquino in Manila on 7 October after five days of peace talks in the Malaysian capital Kuala Lumpur. It is expected to be formally signed on 15 October.