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NDF-NCMR abli nga masugdan ang panagsabot alang sa pag-release sa POW nga si PO2 Gerome Anthony Natividad

Isip pagsanong sa pamahayag sa NDF-Mindanao pinaagi sa tigpamaba niini nga si Ka. Joaquin Jacinto, abli ang NDF-NCMR nga masugdan ang panagsabot uban sa Local Crisis Committee sa Bukidnon alang sa hapsay ug luwas nga pag-release sa POW nga si PO2 Gerome Anthony Natividad pinaagi sa pagpatunga sa Local Third Party Facilitators gikan sa mga Kristyanong lider-relihiyoso sa rehiyon.

AFP troops bear heavy casualties in NPA triple TO, retaliate with 2 civilian kills in Davao City

The Regional Operations Command of the New People’s Army in Southern Mindanao commends the 1stPulang Bagani Battalion forcarrying out revolutionary justice and inflicting heavy casualties against AFP troops following three coordinated tactical offensives in Paquibato and Calinan Districts, Davao City on February 16.At least 12 AFP soldiers were killed while more than 20 more were wounded.

NDF-Mindanao will soon release POWs for the resumption of peace talks

As a gesture of support towards the resumption of formal talks between the GRP and the NDFP, even as fighting continues in the field, the NDFP in Mindanao will soon release the following prisoners of war: 1) PO2 Jerome Anthony Natividad (in NCMR); 2) Pfc. Edwin Salan (in NEMR); 3) Sgt. Solaiman Calucop and Pfc. Samuel Garay (in FSMR); and two others in the Southern Mindanao region. The respective regions will soon announce the details of the release of these aforementioned prisoners of war.

On the AFP-reported “ambush” in Surigao

The reports coming from the AFP are highly dubious. The spokesmen of the AFP are weaveing such false reports to deceive the public and disparage the NPA which had earlier unilaterally declared a ceasefire in the areas which were hardest hit by the February 10 earthquake. The AFP wishes to discredit the NPA by making it appear that it is preventing relief operations in the revolutionary areas.

Protest crackdown, “all-out war” against activists and civilians — CPP

Protest crackdown, “all-out war” against activists and civilians–CPP
The Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) today called on the Filipino people to protest the police and military crackdown after at least 19 individuals, mostly activists as well as civilians, who were arrested in Metro Manila and other parts of the country in a span of just one week since the Duterte regime terminated peace talks and declared an “all-out war” against the revolutionary forces last February 7.