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The young Japanese prime minister signals new leadership in the region

Posted on October 23, 2006   |   CATEGORY: Foreign Affairs, People

The MNLF was high on propaganda but low on military action. They rarely initiated encounters with the Armed Forces.

Posted on October 9, 2006   |   CATEGORY: Defense & Security, Special Coverages

They find the Philippines relaxing enough to call it their second home

Posted on July 31, 2006   |   CATEGORY: Special Coverages, Tourism

Hong Kong Customs recently made the largest seizure of elephant tusks in the past 20 years, worth HK$8 million (about P52 million).

Posted on July 30, 2006   |   CATEGORY: In-Depth, Investigations

MAY 1, 2001. A CAMERA-UNREADY PRESIDENT ARROYO DECLARED A STATE OF rebellion in Metro Manila after an angry mob armed with all kinds of weapons almost broke into Malacañang gates with the intent to restore their ousted champion, Joseph Estrada, to the presidency. Ms. Arroyo issued Proclamation No. 38 declaring the state of rebellion in [...]

Posted on March 27, 2006   |   CATEGORY: Current Events, Defense & Security

PHILANTHROPIST MAHMOUD A. M. Asfour, a Jordanian who has been living in the Philippines for about two decades now and acquired Filipino citizenship last summer, continues to astound residents of Bayombong, Vizcaya. He is building a seven-hectare shrine complex in honor of Jose Rizal on a hillside in Casat, Bayombong, with facilities and amenities for [...]

Posted on March 13, 2006   |   CATEGORY: Current Events, People

WHEN MALACAÑANG announced the new Cabinet appointments, it was largely a confirmation of persistent rumors on who would go where and why. Camarines Sur Rep. Rolando Andaya Jr. and Antipolo Rep. Ronaldo Puno were plucked from the House of Representatives to be secretaries of the budget and the interior, respectively. Former Western Samar Rep. Antonio [...]

Posted on March 13, 2006   |   CATEGORY: Current Events

ASK MALACAÑANG EXecutive Austria about her cooking principle and get reminded of Lady Han in the hit Korean series, “Jewel in the Palace.” Like Han, who served in the Korean royal kitchen, Austria is a firm believer in healthy eating. “We should teach the community to eat a balanced diet and also to eat herbs. [...]

Posted on March 13, 2006   |   CATEGORY: Current Events

JOANNA ROSE BACOSA, 24, doused the hysteria over Pacquiao’s latest boxing conquest with her revelation that her affair with him had borne a son, Emmanuel Joseph, now two years old. A day before the announcement of his long-term, multimillion-peso business and endorsement deal with food and beverage giant San Miguel Corp., the grieving lover emerged [...]

Posted on March 13, 2006   |   CATEGORY: Current Events

COMING FROM A FAIRLY SHELTERED CHILDHOOD, NO ONE WAS MORE surprised than Tina Cuyugan herself when she embraced a ballot box and ran around while being chased by an armed man in Muntinlupa during the canvassing of results of the snap elections in 1986. Cuyugan was then with Jesuit priests, guarding the ballot boxes as [...]

Posted on February 13, 2006   |   CATEGORY: People, Profiles

MARIO I. MICLAT HAD BEEN LIVING IN CHINA FOR 15 YEARS WHEN EDSA 1 happened. Exiled to China by the Communist Party of the Philippines after the suspension of the writ of habeas corpus in 1971, Miclat and his wife Alma served as waiguo chuanjia, or “foreign experts,” at the Radio International of the Chinese [...]

Posted on February 13, 2006   |   CATEGORY: People, Profiles
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