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New efforts to end the NDF's 42-year communist insurgency begin next month in Oslo.
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U.S. president Obama is well-intentioned, but his view of Kashmir is too simplistic.
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Though the church is in ruins after the Christmas Day attack, the statue of the Sacred Heart of Jesus remained intact at the main alter.
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Much of the rage expressed by the members of the hard-line Salafi sect of Islam stems from one woman.
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This is the second round of talks between the Philippine government and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front since Benigno Aquino become president.
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Stalled peace talks with communist rebels to resume with Norway as third-party facilitator.
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Ethnic Christians fear that skirmishes between rebels and a Burmese junta bent on instilling Buddhist nationalism threaten to escalate into war.
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Using arson and violence, the FPI has targeted Christians and Muslims in its mission to defend God at any cost. But just who and what is the FPI? This article traces its tortuous path.
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Witness intimidation and bribery are slowing the trial of the Philippines’ worst mass murders to a snail's pace.
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In a period of just 100 days, one million Rwandans were murdered by their fellow countrymen. In the process, the media became tools of genocide no less effective than the machetes themselves.
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