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Manila, Muslim rebels start peace talks, deal seen close (02.10.2012)

Negotiators from the Philippine government and the country's largest Muslim rebel group began a fresh round of peace talks in Kuala Lumpur on Tuesday, aiming to seal an agreement to end 40 years of conflict in the south of the mainly Catholic state.

Philippines, MILF rebels end peace talks in Malaysia with no agreements (11.08.2012)

Peace talks between government and rebel negotiators ended on Saturday with no concrete agreements that would end Muslim rebellion in the restive southern Philippine region of Mindanao.

Philippine troops assault strongholds of breakaway rebels behind attacks on military camps (09.08.2012)

(T)he Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Movement … broke off last year from the larger Moro Islamic Liberation Front, which is involved in peace talks with the government brokered by Malaysia. The breakaway rebels oppose the negotiations.

Government, Muslim rebels move closer to peace deal (07.05.2012)

The Philippine government and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) have edged nearer to a peace treaty after agreeing to a set of consensus points that could lead to less confrontation on the ground, officials say.

Philippine military bombs southern Muslim rebels (24.10.2011)

Military forces in the Philippines have carried out their first air strikes for three years on separatist rebel areas in the south of the country.

Philippine leader urged to end talks with Muslim rebels (21.10.2011)

Philippine President Benigno Aquino came under pressure on Friday to abandon peace talks with Muslim rebels after seven soldiers and policemen were killed in the south, taking the death toll among government forces in clashes this week to 26.

Peace monitors return to southern Philippines (01.03.2010)

Malaysian-led peace monitors have returned to the troubled southern Philippines for the first time since Muslim rebels launched a wave of deadly attacks in 2008, officials said Monday.