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RMP national coordinator Sister Elenita Belardo denies the accusation of Brigadier General Antonio Parlade Jr that her group funds terrorist activities
Philippine officials want EU and Belgium to stop funding the Rural Missionaries of the Philppines, Ibon Foundation, Karapatan, and other groups saying the funds are only prolonging the communist insurgency
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Police reports say the suspects were wearing camouflage uniforms when they raided the bunkhouses of the Camia Construction Company
Protesters accuse the government of mismanaging their economy and call on President Omar al-Bashir to step down
'Collected evidence seems to suggest that the perpetrators of rapes in the Bentiu area are men who have the opportunity to come and go at ease within [Sudanese People's Liberation Army],' the report says
With 2020 polls looming, parliament has voted overwhelmingly to form a cross-party committee to debate reforms of the charter
Min Aung Hlaing doubles down on previous claims, arguing 'there is no certain proof that the national army was involved in the persecution' of Rohingya
Those released are members of the Citizen Armed Auxiliary who were taken as captives after the rebel attacked a military detachment in December
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Brigadier General Ramil Bitong says the New People's Army rebels hastily escaped, leaving behind their valuables and subversive documents
A report entitled 'China Military Power' says because of its 'multifaceted approach to technology acquisition' the People's Liberation Army is 'on the verge of fielding some of the most modern weapon systems in the world'
The Department of the Interior and Local Government says candidates and local officials found paying fees to gain access to rebel strongholds will face sanctions
Ethnic Rakhine rebels carried out pre-dawn attacks on 4 police stations near Myanmar border with Bangladesh
As the social divide continues, the armed communist revolution will simply endure
Two rebels were also killed in the New Year's Eve attack by the Philippine Army
Communists in Quezon Province hold an intimate celebration
33-year-old Colin O'Brady becomes the first person to complete the nearly 1,600 kilometer trek across Antartica
(UPDATED) The soldiers encounter the rebels from the New People's Army while surveying Mount Diwata in Compostela Valley
The military elbows the communists out of government, and turns the President who once called himself leftist into becoming the rebels' worst enemy
The military did not declare a ceasefire and the New People's Army was ordered to escalate attacks after martial law was extended in Mindanao
The National Democratic Front in the Bicol region chides the PNP for using the guerrillas as default suspects in high-profile murders
Members of the 43rd Infantry Battalion of the Philippine Army are waylaid while bringing food to their fellow soldiers
President Rodrigo Duterte plans to keep indigenous peoples in 'hamlets' to be guarded by military and police
'The quote is a work of fiction,' says Commission on Human Rights Chairperson Chito Gascon
The Joint Chiefs of Staff is made up of the heads of the Air Force, Army, Marine Corps, Navy and National Guard
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(UPDATED) The confirmed deaths, believed to be of construction workers, mark the deadliest bout of violence in years to hit a region wracked by a low-level independence insurgency
Incoming Armed Forces of the Philippines chief Benjamin Madrigal Jr says he will push for a 'people-centered strategy' in battling the communist New People's Army
Indonesian soldiers are hunting for rebels suspected of killing as many as 24 construction workers in restive Papua province
NPA rebels attack two soldiers buying food in a market
'Mas mabibigyan natin ng kamalayan, ng kamulatan ang ating kababayan, lalong-lalo na ang ating kabataan,' says Armed Forces of the Philippines spokesman Edgard Arevalo
'Kung ako 'yung civilian, matutuwa ako,' says Presidential Spokesperson Salvador Panelo, despite human rights defenders pointing out that the government cannot maintain hit squads
Human rights lawyer and senatorial candidate Chel Diokno says the only lasting solution he sees is the resumption of peace talks between the government and the Left
The defense chief says the President's order will be carried out 'as soon as possible'
President Rodrigo Duterte's statement that he will form sparrow units is a 'declaration of open season against rebels, leftists, civilians, and critics of the government,' according to Human Rights Watch
Makabayan lawmakers say President Duterte's planned 'death squad' against communist rebels proves there are state-sanctioned vigilante killings under his administration
Some senators call the supposed plan 'unsettling' while allies of President Duterte say the Chief Executive is unlikely to pursue something 'illegal'
Major General Raul Farnacio says 'taking extreme measures' is necessary 'because circumstances demand it'
(UPDATED) The attack is claimed by a separatist militant group from Pakistan's southwestern province of Balochistan, which is at the center of a major Chinese investment project in the country
American troops from the 19th Engineer Battalion, based in Fort Knox, Kentucky, uncoil reel and reel of vicious-looking fencing
It's important to resolve clan wars because these have made areas in Mindanao a magnet for other armed groups, says the battalion commander
'For the first time in history we have an American administration that is, to put it mildly, not enthusiastic about a united and strong Europe,' EU chief Donald Tusk says
Their body language are markedly less warm than during Trump's last visit to Paris in July 2017, underscoring a general cooling in relations
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French President Macron proposes a joint EU army to protect them from China, Russia, and the US
Anakpawis Representative Ariel Casilao says the Army has in its custody Imelda Hayahay, but the 71st Infantry Battalion denies the accusation