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China has now decided to postpone the execution of three Filipinos condemned to death for drug offences after the Vice-President of the Philippines, Jejomar Binay intervened in the matter during his recent visit to China.
A Filipino lawyer has questioned the credibility of the Philippine government in strictly implementing laws against illegal drugs after airport authorities failed to detect the heroin carried by three overseas Filipino workers (
Phlippine Vice-President Jejomar Binay arrived this morning in China with the plea for the postponement of the execution of the 3 Filpinos convicted of drug trafficking. The Chinese government considered the political
Skooter report 02/19/11 It was a good thing that China gave a nod to postpone the executions of three Filipinos convicted of drug trafficking after Vice President Jejomar Binay made a last-ditch appeal for clemency for
THE Chinese Embassy in Manila on Friday night stressed there’s no guarantee that the three Filipinos found guilty of drug trafficking would be spared from execution even as the Philippine government made its last-ditch effort to save their
Vice President Jejomar Binay’s visit to Beijing was sort of a success. The Chinese government has delayed the execution of the three Filipinos charged with drug trafficking. Binay was just informed that the Supreme People’s
A high-level diplomatic delegation from the Philippines led by Vice President Jejomar Binay was successful in asking for the postponement of the execution of three Filipinos convicted in China for drug trafficking.
THE governments of China and the Philippines last night extended their game of chance after the two countries were reported to have agreed to postpone the executions of three Filipinos found guilty of drug trafficking. In
FEBRUARY 18, 2011 (11 PM NEWS MANILA TIME) - The families of the 3 Filipinos convicted of drug trafficking in China expressed uncertain relief when the learned about the
All eyes are the two Filipinos who are going to be executed this Monday in China. The two were given the sentence due to drug trafficking charges. Now, after being turned down the first time, vice president Jejomar Binay has finally been