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Faith and civil leaders challenge Marcos Jr. to commit to peace...

The group said peace negotiations must continue “without preconditions" and "on the basis of previously inked bilateral agreements"

CBCP clarificatory statement on NTF-ELCAC

"It’s not exactly CBCP as a conference but the Episcopal Commission of Public Affairs that is there as a private sector representative."

Philippine communists say rebel leaders killed by army

President Ferdinand Marcos said in March the battle with communists was "coming to an end"

Philippine communist leader dies at 83

Sison passed away at around 8:40 p.m. (Philippine time) after two weeks' confinement in a hospital in Utrecht

Philippine Catholic universities deny military allegations of links to rebels

In a joint statement, the universities described the allegation as "irresponsible"

Duterte vows not to talk with communist rebels ‘ever again’

The Communist Party of the Philippines said the president’s declaration “comes as no surprise"

Philippines’ new anti-terror law Duterte’s shield from accountability

The Philippine government insists it needs a new law to defeat terrorism and the 50-year old communist insurgency

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