Philippine talks with communist rebels end with 'uncertainties'
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Rebels dissatisfied with government's failure to release political prisoners
Peace negotiators Fidel Agcaoili (left) and Jose Maria Sison of the rebel National Democratic Front of the Philippines sign initial agreements at the end of the second round of talks in Oslo, Norway. (Photo by Edwin Espejo)
The second round of peace negotiations between the Philippine government and communist rebels ended in Oslo this week with \"uncertainties\" that dampened the initial optimism of the rebel group when talks opened last month.
A statement released by rebel representatives from the National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) on Oct. 12 said there is \"growing uneasiness and impatience\" among rebel peace negotiators over the government\'s failure to release political prisoners.
The continuous detention of more than 500 suspected rebels has become one of the main issues raised by the rebel group after Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte vowed in May to speed up the release of prisoners.
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