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‘No hero’s burial
for Marcos’

President Aquino has not changed his mind about disallowing the burial of the late President Ferdinand Marcos among heroes at Libingan ng mga Bayani, Malacañang said on Sunday, the 42nd anniversary of Marcos’ declaration of martial law.

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AQUINO AFTER DAD’S ASSASINATION:

I wanted to exact
revenge vs Marcos

An eye for an eye. President Benigno Aquino III on Sunday admitted that he had thought of exacting revenge against the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos and his “ilk” after his father, Sen. Benigno “Ninoy” Aquino, Jr., was assassinated on his return to Manila on August 21, 1983.

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21-YEAR-OLD ENTREPRENEUR’S DREAM:

A power plant
on every rooftop

This 21-year-old entrepreneur dreams of converting every roof deck in the Philippines into a power plant, banking on improvements in solar technology to help deal with the country’s looming power supply shortfall.

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Ricky Lee lived
3 lives in detention

“It was not a time to put off doing good. What I saw, repeatedly, were people helping others as the need arose—now, this very minute; today, not tomorrow, because we could be dead tonight. That’s how detention during martial law taught me kindness more than anything else.”

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Military safe house
was most unsafe

Like a bad dream, his ordeal in a military safe house 30 years ago keeps coming back to Michael Morden’s mind. Those who say that the Philippines was better off during martial law do not know anything about what happened during that period, he said.

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IN BOSTON

Aquino walks
down memory lane

On Saturday night, President Aquino arrived in Boston for a four-day personal and working visit in the United States following a four-nation tour of Europe the past week. “I think he will walk through memory lane as he looks back to the days that he spent here in Boston,” Philippine Ambassador to the United States Jose Cuisia Jr. told reporters on Saturday.

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POPE FRANCIS:

Religion can’t
justify violence

Pope Francis warned during a visit to Albania on Sunday that religion can never be used to justify violence, making apparent reference to the bloodshed wreaked by Islamic State militants in Iraq and Syria.

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