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Sunday, December 30, 2012

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Philippines leader signs divisive reproductive health bill
CNN International
(CNN) -- Legislation providing for government-funded contraception and sex education classes in the Philippines will take effect in mid-January, according to a spokeswoman for President Benigno Aquino. Aquino signed the bill on December 21, deputy ...
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Philippines president signs law easing access to contraceptives
Los Angeles Times
MANILA — Philippines President Benigno Aquino III has signed legislation that will provide modern contraceptives to the nation's poorest people and mandate sex education in public schools, a spokeswoman announced Saturday. Leaders of the Roman ...
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Leave no woman behind: Why we fought for Reproductive Health Bill
CNN International
Editor's note: Miriam Defensor Santiago is in her third term as a member of the Philippines Senate and a co-sponsor of the Reproductive Health Bill. She is also the founder of People's Reform Party. Last year she was selected to be a judge in the ...
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Two buses bombed in Philippines
New Zealand Herald
Six people were injured when two buses were bombed on a southern Philippines highway, police and the military said. Improvised explosives set the vehicles ablaze one after the other as they were being driven near the town of Isulan on Saturday, said ...
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Philippines Wukong Tropical Storm death toll rises to 20
Press TV
The death toll from the latest tropical storm in central Philippines has reached 20, just three weeks after Typhoon Bopha left more than 1,000 people dead in the country's south. The government reported the figure on Sunday after Tropical Storm Wukong ...
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Press TV
Philippines braces for bloody New Year celebrations
MANILA, Philippines—The Philippines braced Sunday for its annual orgy of New Year's Eve merrymaking which leaves hundreds of people maimed by firecrackers or shot by bullets fired in the air by armed revellers. A total of 164 people have been injured ...
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Philippines Adopts Contraception Law
Wall Street Journal- India
MANILA—The Roman Catholic Church lost a skirmish Saturday in its fight to keep the Philippines a bastion of the traditional family when President Benigno Aquino III signed into a law a bill that promotes contraception and sex education in schools.
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Top CEOs bullish on Philippines
The Aquino government has described 2012 as one of the best years ever for the Philippines with economic growth expected to surpass the targeted 5 to 6 percent and the stock market ending the year on a 38th record high, making it the second best ...
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Philippines contraception law signed by Benigno Aquino
BBC News
Philippines President Benigno Aquino has signed into law a bill providing for free access to contraception and family planning. Supporters say the law, which took 14 years to pass, will reduce poverty and maternal mortality in a country with the ...
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