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What Happened to ASEAN? Will It Become a Lapdog of China?

Map and flags of ASEAN member states. Image: asean-law.senate.go.th here will be absolutely no mention of the Arbitral Tribunal’s unanimous decision against China and in favor of the Philippines during the current ASEAN summit in Laos. Following the footsteps of ...

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Philippine NewsLink: www.philnews.comThe Marcoses Should Be Careful What They Wish For Copyright 2016 PhilNews.com http://www.philnews.com/ Uniting the global Filipino since 1996 Wed, 31 Aug 2016 00:00:01 GMT – http://www.philnews.com/2016/041-the-marcoses-should-be-careful-what-they-wish-for.html At the book launching of “Women Against Marcos: Stories of Filipino ...

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The Marcoses Should Be Careful What They Wish For

t the book launching of “Women Against Marcos: Stories of Filipino and Filipino American Women Who Fought A Dictator” held at the Philippine Consulate in San Francisco on April 1, a Balitang America reporter from The Filipino Channel (TFC) mentioned ...

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A Libingan ng mga Bayani Burial: Is Slyness a Marcos Family Trait?

A possible burial site for Ferdinand Marcos at the Libingan ng mga Bayani. Photo: c/o Bawat Bato and Interaksyon he Philippines’ octogenarian ex-president, Fidel V. Ramos seems to have spilled the beans on whether another former president/dictator, Ferdinand Marcos should ...

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Shoot to Kill Directive of President Duterte Violates Fundamental Right to Life

A grieving woman embraces the lifeless body of her loved one, a victim of vigilante killing in the Philippines. Photo: Thomson Reuters hilippine President Duterte’s promise on 5 August 2016 to maintain a “shoot to kill” order in his crackdown ...

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Is China Using Cyber Attacks to Sabotage the Philippines?

Several layers deep into one of Stuxnet’s configuration blocks, an 8-byte variable outlined in red appears to be the date (6/24/2012) that the program de-activated itself from further replicating onto USB thumb drives worldwide. Photo: securelist.com n July 12, 2016, ...

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The Philippine Government Should Start Levying a Tax on Diesel Fuel

few days ago, the Philippine Department of Energy (DOE) said that it would soon conduct a study that would look into the imposition of additional excise taxes on fuel and how that would impact the country’s consumers. At present, the ...

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CAAP: No priority for plane carrying Duterte

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Duterte goes to Camps Nakar and Capinpin

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Turkey discharges generals, shuts media outlets after coup

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