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Chad military says it killed 300 rebels after attempted incursion
The Chadian Army said Monday it had killed 300 rebels in the north of the country at the weekend, adding that it had lost five of its soldiers.
South Sudan rebels reject president's peace compromise
South Sudan rebels rejected on Sunday a government peace offer to return to a system of 10 states, dashing hopes of ending a six-year war that has left 380,000 dead.
Rebels kill 7 civilians in eastern DR Congo: army
Rebels killed at least seven civilians and abducted 15 others, including children, in fresh overnight raids in the far eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, civilian and military sources said Sunday.
UN: Abducted girls in S. Sudan lined up to be picked as ‘wives’ for rebels
A new UN report said armed men from opposition forces in South Sudan abducted women and girls, as young as 12 years, for commanders to take them as ‘wives’.
South Sudan government, rebels trade blame for truce violations
South Sudan's government and main rebel group on Sunday accused each other of breaking a ceasefire that went into effect shortly after midnight.
Colombia's ELN rebels plan to free two abducted Dutch TV men
Rebels in Colombia have admitted to abducting two Dutch journalists whom they plan to free as they negotiate peace terms with the government.
Syrian rebels seize swathes of south as Islamic State retreats
Syrian rebels have seized large areas from Islamic State in southern Syria in the last two weeks as the jihadist group prepares to defend its Raqqa stronghold in the north from a U.S.-backed assault, rebel commanders say.
Sudanese rebels release 127 prisoners
Rebels fighting the government in the southern parts of Sudan have freed some 127 captives with the army welcoming the move amid a renewed ceasefire.
Colombia FARC rebels start demobilization process
Colombian FARC rebels gathered in demobilization zones to start a historic disarmament process to end Latin America's last major armed conflict, authorities said.
Philippines govt., rebels to resume peace talks
The Philippines’ government and the country’s Maoist rebels have planned to restart Norway-brokered peace talks amid threats by the communist guerrillas to end a months-long ceasefire if an accord on human rights in the Southeast Asian country is violated.
Philippines, rebels restart key peace talks
The Philippines on Saturday resumed peace talks with the country's largest Muslim rebel group, the first under President Rodrigo Duterte aimed at ending decades of violence that has claimed tens of thousands of lives.
Philippine leader declares cease-fire with communist rebels
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte declared a unilateral cease-fire with communist guerrillas effectively immediately Monday and asked the rebels to do the same to end decades of deadly violence and foster the resumption of peace talks.
Sudan rebels attack army garisson in restive southern state
Sudan’s army says anti-government rebels have attacked an army garrison in the volatile state of South Kordofan, with both sides giving conflicting accounts of the incident.
Truce signed between rebels, Myanmar government
The government of Myanmar has signed a ceasefire agreement with several ethnic minority militia groups in the hope of ending decades of civil war.
South Sudan government refuses to sign peace deal with rebels
South Sudan’s government has refused to sign a peace deal with the rebels in the country despite the threat of international sanctions.

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