Muslim rebels joyous, but wary, at peace prospects in Philippines

Joyous shouts of "Allahu akbar" echoed across the headquarters of the Philippines` biggest Muslim rebel group as a pact to end four decades of bloodshed was signed, but there were also fears war clouds had yet to pass.

Canadian DJ loses job for asking ‘how it feels to be a MILF’ to politician

A radio show host in Canada was fired from his job after he had asked a Canadian politician how it felt to be a sexually attractive mother.

UN driver shot dead in Philippines

The Filipino driver was delivering rice for the UN in southern Philippines.

Filipino Muslim rebels open to talks with Aquino

Muslim guerrillas in Philippines are ready to begin peace talks with Aquino.

S Philippines grapples with crisis after crisis

Tribal gunmen freed 47 hostages in the southern Philippines on Sunday, but the region continued to be wracked by violence as suspected Islamic radicals staged a deadly jail break in which dozens of inmates were freed, including comrades accused of beheading marines.