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about 1 week ago

President Rodrigo Duterte on Friday said that he will pay for communist rebels' trip home-- in order for their peace talks with the government to resume.

about 1 month ago

The communist group on its 50th anniversary slammed the Duterte administration for granting broad powers to the military but stressed that this could still not topple the armed insurgency.

about 1 month ago

'Nagkamali sila kaya (They made a mistake so) look what happened to them. That should be a lesson for all of them,' the presidential spokesman says.

about 2 months ago

The communist leader says Duterte is desperate because his counterinsurgency efforts failed to defeat the CPP's armed wing, the New People's Army (NPA).

about 3 months ago

Malacañang says a warrant of arrest is no longer needed for the 'continuing crime' of rebellion.

about 7 months ago

AFP spokesperson Edgard Arevalo believes communist leaders who are living abroad are out of touch with members on the ground.

about 7 months ago

The country's biggest communist organization shot down President Rodrigo Duterte's policy for local government officials to talk peace with rebels, saying he will only 'pretend to want peace while actually waging total war against the people.'

about 7 months ago

Yet Presidential Peace Adviser Jesus Dureza said that peace with the Reds still possible.

about 7 months ago

The CPP says President Rodrigo Duterte is trying to 'completely shut down' the peace talks by making 'unacceptable' demands.

about 7 months ago

Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana says the communist party aimed to unseat the President by October, while Malacañang believes Church members are involved in the plan.