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about 1 month ago

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about 1 month ago

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about 1 month ago

The NDFP's chief political consultant says he still supports the President despite the on-off peace talks.

about 1 month ago

Joma Sison said NDFP is open to resume talks but mum on ceasefire.

about 4 months ago

President Rodrigo Duterte also did not hold back when he talked about Communist Party of the Philippines leader Jose Ma. Sison.

about 4 months ago

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about 5 months ago

The Defense Department reminds security forces to remain vigilant despite the suspension of military operations against communist rebels.

about 6 months ago

President Rodrigo Duterte says communist leader Joma Sison will be arrested once he returns to the country.

about 6 months ago

President Rodrigo Duterte remains committed to pursue lasting peace, the government's chief peace negotiator says.