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After hibernating for a time, the al Qaeda-linked terror group Abu Sayyaf struck anew, killing 23 innocent civilians.
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The ongoing peace talks between the government and rebels gained a major breakthrough to end four decades of fighting in the southern Philippines that has killed 150,000 and cost billions of dollars.
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Filipino authorities arrested Australian national and suspected Muslim extremist preacher Robert Edward Musa Cerantonio in a weekend raid on the apartment he was renting in Lapu-Lapu City.
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A renewed offensive against ethnic Kachin rebels in Christian-populated northern Burma from Dec. 21 to 25 could prolong ceasefire negotiations.
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Laws forbidding journalists from covering armed groups should be abolished, even as journalists must be trained in impartial and accurate reporting, say local media leaders.
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After two and a half years of war, Kachin refugees are tired of violence and only want to be reunited with their scattered family members.
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Two pastors held in Himalayan Bhutan have received bail after being detained for more than 43 days.
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Plans to build a church on a sacred site overlooking the Irrawaddy River were scuttled when a state-owned Chinese company began constructing a major hydro-power dam on the river.
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A breakthrough accord signed by the Philippine government and Islamic militants on March 27 has ended 17 years of fighting.
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Government troops are holding 50 Burmese villagers in harm's way, many of them Christians, in order to prevent attacks by a Kachin rebel group.
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