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Topic - Moro National Liberation Front
The Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF) is a political organization whose aim is secession from the the Philippines and the establishment of an Islamic state covering Sulu, Mindanao and Palawan. It is accredited by the Organization of the Islamic Conference, which allows it to represent Moro people with an observer status. Currently, the group is the ruling party of the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao. - Source: Wikipedia
Philippine police on Sunday captured a suspected Muslim rebel bomber who allegedly was involved in a 2009 land mine attack that killed two U.S. Army Special Forces soldiers and a Filipino marine in a restive southern province.
Muslim rebels holding more than 100 people hostage in the southern Philippines exchanged gunfire with government troops Saturday despite efforts by the country's vice president to arrange a cease-fire and end the six-day standoff.
TAWI-TAWI ISLAND, Philippines. -- As the 10 men approached, the crowd parted in front of them. When they were about 20 feet away, I noticed they were all wearing the uniform of the Moro National Liberation Front — not long ago considered a vicious terrorist organization. The U.S. Navy SEAL standing beside me edged closer, his short-barrel carbine at the ready.