Top government officials involved in dealing with the communists have different takes on the offer of the National Democratic Front of the Philippines in uniting with the government to fight terrorism.
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Army spokesperson Capt. Rhyan Batchar said the government’s anti-insurgency campaign against the New People’s Army remains unabated despite the ongoing Marawi seige.
Communists criticized the Armed Forces of the Philippines over its remarks on why the Communist Party of the Philippines declared a short ceasefire, and also slammed the army for violating their own ceasefire.
The Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) in a statement called on its forces and allied groups to “collectively confront the possible disastrous impact of the strong winds, rains, floods, landslides and mudflows” of super typhoon Yolanda (international name: Haiyan).”
By EARL O. CONDEZA Davao Today Paquibato District, Davao City – “Kami sa gobyerno, dili mi dapat magsarado tanan, magbilin…
SPO2 Allan Mariquit Pansoy signs his release order from the New People’s Army Saturday in a village in Maco town,…
By JOHN RIZLE L. SALIGUMBA
Somo and Sopo, according to Del Mundo, “are requisites to ensure the safe and orderly process of the release of the POWs to the International Committee of the Red Cross, concerned provincial officials of the Aquino government and church leaders, who shall then turn over the POWs to their respective families.”
By ACE R. MORANDANTE
PO3 Maula Tato Ali was turned over to the peace advocacy group Sowing the Seeds of Peace in Mindanao and later brought to the Bishop’s Palace in Kidapawan City for a press conference.
By DAVAO TODAY
“The NDF-Southern Mindanao remains committed to the humane treatment and release of prisoners of war in compliance with the protocols of Geneva Conventions and other international humanitarian law instruments.” — Rubi del Mundo, NDF spokesperson