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WITH the Duterte administration now engaged in talks with the three major armed groups in Mindanao, peace prospects in the region are brighter than ever.

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It is Election Day today in the United States. Because of the time difference, voting in the US east coast starts only tonight, our time. The polls close there in the afternoon, which will be Tuesday morning in the Philippines.

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THE United States, like many others, seems to have made some adjustments for President Duterte’s actions and statements.

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FOR months now, fighting in the Middle East has occupied world news pages, with two sites standing out – Aleppo in Syria and Mosul in Iraq.

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DESPITE the growing support of administration officials for a Constitutional Assembly (Con-Ass) to revise the Constitution, the idea persists that a Constitutional Convention (Con-Con) is still the better way to do it.

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MINDANAO today has possibly the best opportunity to catch up with the rest of the country. For the first time in our history, we have a president from Mindanao – Rodrigo Duterte of Davao City. The two chambers of Congress are led by Senate President Koko Pimentel of Cagayan de Oro and House Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez of Davao.

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