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Philippine refugees unable to return home
Six months after deadly siege ended in the southern island of Mindanao, the displaced remain in evacuation centres.
Last updated: 06 Apr 2014 06:31 GMT
Philippines prepares for historic peace deal
MILF rebels in the Philippines are about to sign a breakthrough peace deal to end the 40-year conflict.
Last updated: 25 Mar 2014 12:42 GMT
Captured Philippine minors claim mistreatment
Boys held after Zamboanga siege allege they were abducted by rebels and pressured to confess by security forces.
Last updated: 03 Oct 2013 19:59 GMT
Stalled peace in southern Philippines
Armed struggle for Muslim self-determination in the Philippines is almost half a century old.
Last updated: 23 Sep 2013 10:21 GMT
Philippine unrest takes high economic toll
Southern city's chamber of commerce puts losses due to ongoing military standoff with rebels at $1bn every day.
Last updated: 20 Sep 2013 15:13 GMT
Philippine forces secure villages from rebels
Authorities say troops have recaptured 80 percent of lost ground from rebels, as deadly Zamboanga siege enters 11th day.
Last updated: 19 Sep 2013 15:03 GMT
Philippine children traumatised by standoff
Government estimates that about 40,000 children have been displaced by fighting in Zamboanga City.
Last updated: 19 Sep 2013 14:54 GMT
Family affair: Philippine political dynasties
Clans rule 73 out of 80 provinces and with midterm elections on Monday, experts say dynasties are impeding progress.
Last updated: 11 May 2013 11:55 GMT
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