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Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Google Alert - Philippines

News10 new results for Philippines
Philippine religious sect holds massive rally
Austin American-Statesman
28, 2012 in Manila, Philippines. The rally was one of the biggest religious gatherings to rival the mammoth crowd during the late Pope John Paul II's visit in 1995. (AP Photo/Pat Roque) Thousands of people gather at the Rizal Park to attend a big ...
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Austin American-Statesman
Philippine sect rallies as Aquino ties appear to sour
MSN Philippines News
About a million members of an influential sect held rallies in the Philippines Tuesday, police said, in a show of force amid perceived political tension with once staunch ally President Benigno Aquino. Police shut major roads from midday (0400 GMT) and ...
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RPT-INSIGHT-Conflict looms in South China Sea oil rush
(Repeats to more subscribers) * Philippine/UK firm drilling well in waters disputed by China * One of a number of flashpoints in South China Sea * S.China sea oil reserves could be among world's largest * Tough China response could force US ...
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Conflict looms in West Philippine Sea oil rush
by Randy Fabi and Manuel Mogato, Reuters PUERTO PRINCESA, Philippines - When Lieutenant-General Juancho Sabban received an urgent phone call from an oil company saying two Chinese vessels were threatening to ram its survey ship, the Philippine ...
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Philippine prosecution rests case against Corona
INK held simultaneous rallies in Mindanao, southern Philippines and in Visayas, central Philippines. INK's nationwide evangelical mission was a show of force for Corona, observers said. His lawyer Serafin Cuevas is an INK member and INK's lawyer.
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Three Philippine police linked to kidnap and murder
MANILA — A Philippine policeman has been detained in connection with the kidnapping and murder of a woman after he was caught on camera driving the victim's vehicle, an official said on Tuesday. Authorities are also searching for two other officers in ...
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Hundreds of thousands gather in Manila for rally of Philippine Christian sect
Washington Post
MANILA, Philippines — Hundreds of thousands of members of the Philippine Christian sect Iglesia ni Cristo, or Church of Christ, have gathered in a massive rally in Manila that organizers say was "purely religious" and not political.
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Philippines set to award offshore oil, gas blocks despite China claims: report
The Philippine Department of Energy is proceeding with plans to offer 15 offshore territories for oil and gas exploration, including two areas near Palawan province that China has said are part of its sovereign territory, news website The Daily Tribune ...
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Prosecutors Rest Case in Bid to Remove Chief Justice of Philippines
New York Times
MANILA — In a surprise move, prosecutors seeking to remove the Philippines' chief justice, Renato C. Corona, rested their case on Tuesday after presenting evidence on only three of the eight articles of impeachment and focusing solely on charges that ...
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PCCI hits Wynn's portrayal of Philippines as 'corrupt'
MANILA, Philippines—The Philippines' biggest umbrella organization of small- and medium-sized businesses took umbrage Tuesday at a US-based casino giant's portrayal of the country as corrupt, saying the country was being made a pawn in a corporate ...
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Blogs1 new result for Philippines
Box Turtle Bulletin » Philippines Supreme Court: homosexuality not ...
By Timothy Kincaid
The Philippines is unique in one regard. Other than the Vatican City, it is the only nation with no provision for divorce. So instead Filipinos who simply cannot abide each other for another moment either legally separate or get an annulment.
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