Suspected rebel killed in Mountain Province clash

A suspected member of the New People’s Army was killed during an overnight running gun battle between armed men and Army soldiers at the mountains of Mainit village in Bontoc town, Mountain Province.

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NUPL files raps vs army, village execs for IP ‘massacre’ in S. Cotabato

NUPL files raps vs army, village execs for IP ‘massacre’ in S. Cotabato

The National Union of Peoples’ Lawyers (NUPL) has sued the military and several local officials in South Cotabato for the 2017 alleged murder of indigenous peoples (IP) in Lake Sebu.

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Soldier shoots dead fellow soldier in Capiz

A soldier was killed on Thursday by his fellow soldier inside their headquarters in Tapaz, Capiz, an official said. Capt. Eduardo Precioso, spokesman for the Philippine Army’s 3rd Infantry Division, identified the fatality as Private First Class Delio Sebarillo, 37, a soldier designated to Alpha Coy under the 94th Infantry Battalion while the suspect was identified as Private First […]

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Many Brazilians look to military amid anger at politicians

Many Brazilians look to military amid anger at politicians

RIO DE JANEIRO — Furious at corrupt politicians and fearful of deteriorating security, many Brazilians are calling for a military intervention to clean house of crooked leaders and crack down on heavily armed drug gangs. While chances of a military takeover in Latin America’s largest nation are small, the calls have become such a part of the national discussion that several generals have felt compelled to deny any interest in such a move — though that hasn’t kept them from sounding off on politics in a way that raises questions.

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Alaska’s Only Nuclear Plant Will Be Decommissioned

It’s been nearly 50 years since Alaska’s only nuclear power plant was in service. Nonetheless, the site has continued to be a hub of activity off and on over the years; the steam plant that was served by the nuclear reactor remains online, today powered by diesel. And since 2003, the facility has been home […]

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Soldier dead, 3 hurt in Camarines Sur clash

Soldier dead, 3 hurt in Camarines Sur clash

A soldier was killed and three members of the Citizen Armed Force Geographical Unit (Cafgu) Active Auxiliaries were injured in a firefight happened after an ambush by suspected members of the New People’s Army (NPA) in Libmanan town, Camarines Sur province Friday afternoon.

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5 soldiers hurt in clashes with NPA rebels in Cagayan

CITY OF SAN FERNANDO—Five soldiers were wounded in two successive clashes with New People’s Army (NPA) fighters in Cagayan province on Thursday (May 3), the Northern Luzon Command (Nolcom) of the Armed Forces reported on Friday (May 4).

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NPA rebel killed, female companion captured

NPA rebel killed, female companion captured

A still unidentified New People’s Army (NPA) member was killed, while an alleged female rebel was captured after a clash with soldiers in Sta. Cruz, Davao del Sur, on Saturday, a military commander reported on Sunday.

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