After Mamasapano, pleas for peace continue

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After Mamasapano, pleas for peace continue

Philippine government and Muslim rebel negotiators issued a joint plea Saturday, January 31, for the country to stick to a historic peace accord that is now in peril after a deadly clash spurred calls for retribution against the guerrillas. Both sides told a press briefing in Kuala Lumpur that two days of talks in Malaysia on decommissioning rebel firearms had made progress, and they vowed not to waver in implementing an accord on the voluntary surrender of weapons.

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