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Philippines' Duterte tells Muslims he will correct 'historical injustice'

Sultan Kudarat - Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte vowed to correct "historical injustice" in a speech to Filipino Muslim rebels on Monday as his government seeks to reignite a stalled peace process in the nation's troubled south.

DR Congo military under fire over massacre video

Kinshasa - The Democratic Republic of Congo's government came under pressure on Sunday to stem violence after the emergence of a video purporting to show soldiers massacring unarmed civilians.

DR Congo dubs video massacre fake, but admits "excesses"

Kinshasa - A Democratic Republic of Congo spokesman condemned as a "ridiculous montage" Saturday a video purporting to show a massacre of unarmed civilians by DR Congo soldiers (FARDC).

Philippines' Duterte withdraws communist ceasefire

Manila - Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte on Saturday withdrew a unilateral ceasefire with communist rebels after his ultimatum for the group to reciprocate lapsed.

US suspends strikes against IS group from Turkey base: official

Washington - The US military has suspended air strikes against the Islamic State group in Syria and Iraq from a base in southern Turkey, a US official said.

Terror charges against Mexico rebel leader expire

- A Mexican judge has ruled that the charges of terrorism, rebellion and sedition against Zapatista rebel leader Subcomandante Marcos reached their statute of limitations after 21 years, authorities said Tuesday.

Two Turkish police killed in Kurdish attack: Officials

Istanbul - Two Turkish police were killed in the southern town of Adana Monday in an attack by Kurdish rebels, a press report said, quoting local officials.

Fifty years later: tracing Che's 'failure' in DR Congo

Fizi - "This is the story of a failure," Marxist guerrilla leader Ernesto "Che" Guevara wrote in his journal after a bid to bring "revolutionary war" to the Congo 50 years ago.

Civilians killed in Philippines anti-terror raid

Cotabato - An eight-year-old girl and three men -- one with his hands bound -- were among those killed in a botched anti-terror police operation in the Philippines last weekend, a local official said Saturday.

49 Philippine police killed after clash with rebels

Manila - Forty-nine Philippine police commandos were killed when they clashed with Muslim rebels in the south, police said Monday, a bloodbath which tested a peace accord signed last March.

Philippine communist rebels say peace talks may resume soon

Manila - The Philippine government and communist rebels said Friday that formal negotiations to end a lengthy insurgency could restart shortly, though the rebels' armed wing announced it was beefing up its guerilla campaign.

Qaeda kills 20 Shiite rebels in fresh Yemen clashes

Sanaa - Al-Qaeda militants have killed at least 20 Shiite rebels in fresh clashes for control of parts of central Yemen, tribal sources said on Monday.

Rebels kill 26 in DRC machete attack as UN chief told to leave

Goma - Rebels killed 26 people with machetes in an attack in the east of the Democratic Republic of Congo as the authorities in Kinshasa demanded the recall Thursday of the top UN human rights official in the country.

Yemen Shiite rebels expand southward, clash with Qaeda

Sanaa - Yemen's Shiite rebels seized more territory south of the capital on Wednesday and set off deadly clashes with Al-Qaeda as they rapidly expand their area of control.

Dutch, Australian police in fresh bid for MH17 site access

Donetsk - Dutch and Australian police will make a fresh attempt on Monday to reach the crash site of Malaysian flight MH17 in insurgent-held east Ukraine, after heavy fighting nearby scuppered their previous effort.

U.S. accuses Russia of sending tanks, rocket launchers to Ukraine rebels

Kiev - The United States accused Russia of sending tanks and rocket launchers to pro-Moscow rebels in Ukraine as Kiev's resurgent forces hoisted the national flag over a strategic rebel-held port amid fears of possible Russian gas cuts.

Mali government, rebels sign ceasefire agreement: UN

Dakar - The Mali government and the three main rebel groups operating in the northern desert signed a ceasefire deal Friday, the United Nations announced."A 21:30 (local time and GMT)...

1,500 troops sent to retake rebel stronghold in Mali

Bamako - Mali has sent 1,500 troops to retake the rebel stronghold of Kidal after Tuareg separatists staged a siege in local government offices, sparking a gun battle in which dozens of people were killed.

Anger, confusion in Donetsk after rebel vote

Donetsk - A day after the people of Donetsk apparently voted overwhelmingly to split from Ukraine, an eerie calm reigned on the streets as people wondered what country they had woken up in.

The swift, violent seizure of Donetsk prosecutor's office

Donetsk - One swipe of a Ukrainian policeman's baton was all it took to enflame the mob surrounding Donetsk's prosector's office. Thirty minutes later, the Russian flag was flying over the building.

Review: 'Rebellion' a fan affair — Not a huge departure from the series Special

Toronto - "Madoka Magica the Movie: Rebellion" is a dark, atmospheric look into the lives of five Magical Girls fighting for survival.

New York asks state judge to unseal Attica prison riot documents

Albany - New York's attorney general has asked a state judge to unseal documents about the 1971 Attica State Prison riot and takeover, the deadliest inmate rebellion that the United States has ever witnessed.

Adam Kokesh under investigation

Washington - Activist Adam Kokesh is currently under investigation by police after a video released on his YouTube channel on July 4th showed him standing in Freedom Plaza, loading a shotgun and declaring himself a part of the "Final American Revolution."

Senator Menendez issues hawkish bill on Syrian intervention

Seeking US economic and military intervention in Syria's civil war, Senator Menendez (D-NJ) issues the Syria Stabilization Act of 2013.

10 rebels killed, hundreds wounded in heightened Libyan attack

At least 10 rebels have been killed as fighting intensified in the eastern oil port of Brega between Libyan government forces and members of Benghazi-based rebel group under the National Transitional Council (NTC).

Op-Ed: Secession, National Sovereignty, and Territorial Integrity

When Kosovo attained its independence in February 2008, some pundits warned against this precedent-setting event and foresaw a disintegration of sovereign states from Belgium to Russia. This time, with South Sudan, they remained mum.

Gaddafi's military stamping out rebels, bombing fuel supplies

Despite heavy barrages of NATO air strikes that have targeted the military infrastructure of Libya's Colonel Gaddafi, forces loyal to the Libyan government appeared to be hitting the rebels hard.

Gaddafi troops recapture Brega

Benghazi - Supporters and troops of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi had gained another victory after recapturing the oil-rich town of Brega located on the eastern region of Libya on Sunday.

Libyan rebels foil attack on Brega town by pro-Gadhaffi forces

Libyan anti-government forces in Brega town fought fiercely against pro-Gadhaffi security forces who staged a land and air offensive on the second biggest petroleum port in the country Wednesday , leaving scores of casualties on both sides.

Philippine Muslim rebels resume peace talks with government

The Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF), the largest Muslim rebel group in southern Philippines and the government under President Benigno Aquino lll resumed talks for the first time Wednesday after the accord was rejected by the supreme court in 2008.
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