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P-Noy urges public to unite for peace during candle lighting ceremony

Manila, Feb. 9 - “Panahon na upang isantabi ang mga alinlangan at pagdududa. Panahon na upang buhayin ang peace talks at magbunga ito ng makabuluhang kasunduan sa panig ng gobyerno at ng mga rebeldeng grupo. [It’s time to set aside doubts and hesitancy.

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P-Noy calls on gov't agencies to support peace talks

Manila, Feb. 7 – President Benigno Aquino III today urged all government institutions to support the forthcoming peace talks with the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) and National Democratic Front (NDF).

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OPAPP officials remain hopeful on peace

 

Manila, Feb. 5 – Amidst the series of conflict-related casualties, Office of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process (OPAPP) officials have remained hopeful and optimistic on the country’s peace course.

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Thousands to light candles for peace

 

Manila, Feb. 4 – More than 2,000 peace advocates from a cross section of society are expected to gather on February 8, Tuesday, to light candles as a symbol of support to the upcoming peace talks with the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) and the National Democratic Front (NDF).

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Civil society, gov't link to mobilize public support on peace process

 

Manila, February 3 (UPDATED) – In light of the upcoming peace talks with the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) and the National Democratic Front (NDF), civil society and government organizations have been undertaking collaborative efforts to mobilize public support on the peace process.

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Brother of slain cop in NPA ambush pleads for peace, justice

 

Tuguegarao City, Feb. 3– Though unable to conceal the grief in his voice, Reynaldo has been trying his best to be strong for the three children of his brother who died in an ambush staged by the New People’s Army (NPA) in a remote village in Cagayan.

 

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'Power to change' spurs Manila, Iligan youth

 

Manila, Feb. 2 – Undersecretary Luisito Montalbo of the Office of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process (OPAPP) encouraged thousands of students to be abreast on the country’s peace situation to further the youth’s “power to change.”

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Thousands of Muslim, Christian students to tackle peace via videoconference

Manila, Jan. 31 – Thousands of Muslim and Christian students are set to participate tomorrow in a mass videoconference that aims to build understanding towards peace among youths of different cultures and religions through the power of technology.

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