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PerryScope By Perry Diaz Two of the most intelligent presidents the country ever had turned out to be the most corrupt. So much for intelligent people running the government. How about those with
After 30 years, the next generation of Filipinos continues to enjoy democracy and freedom all because of that fateful date: August 21, 1983. The community remembered Benigno Aquino's 30th death anniversary with a solemn offering of flowers and a
Keynote speaker journalist Phil Bronstein, who covered the Aquino assassination aftermath extensively, with attorney Lou Tancinco, at community gathering. Ninoy Aquino's assassination with a Mass and short recollections by guest speakers on Wednesday
Aquino said his father's choice came on August 21, 1983 when he made the decision to return to the Philippines from exile to fight for the democracy he dreamed of reclaiming for his country. "No exile could lull him into comfort amidst the pleas of
Phil Bronstein may not own a Pulitzer Prize for his coverage of the volatile days leading up to the 1986 Philippine People Power Revolution, but to many Filipinos, he will always be among the heroes of the struggle to oust the dictatorship.
In a post on its Twitter account, the Philippine Embassy said Aug. 21 is Ninoy Aquino Day while Aug. 26 is National Heroes' Day. "The Embassy will be closed on Wednesday, 21 August to commemorate Ninoy Aquino Day and on Monday, 26 August to observe
The transformation of Corazon Cojuangco-Aquino from plain housewife newly arrived from Boston (photo at right) started on Aug. 21, 1983, the assassination of her husband Ninoy Aquino, the political nemesis of the dictator Ferdinand Marcos. The
By Gerry Albert Corpuz, all voices. MANILA, Philippines- The Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) asserted that the US-backed Marcos dictatorship is behind the assassination of former Senator
I believe PNoy inherited our Dad's courage in fighting for what is lawful and just." About 24 minutes later, she "tweeted" a family anecdote, which she said she could relate to the recent SC decision: "Since Luisita is very much in the news, may
Shortly after the Supreme Court upheld its temporary restraining order allowing former President Gloria Arroyo to go abroad, police at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport took precautions against possible rallies.