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Imelda Marcos snubs last day of trial for 1991 graft case

Imelda Marcos snubs last day of trial for 1991 graft case.....»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsJan 17th, 2017

LOOK BACK: The assassination attempt on Imelda Marcos

LOOK BACK: The assassination attempt on Imelda Marcos.....»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsDec 7th, 2016

LOOK BACK: The 1972 assassination attempt on Imelda Marcos

LOOK BACK: The 1972 assassination attempt on Imelda Marcos.....»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsDec 7th, 2016

APO frat members seek the naked truth, protest Marcos burial at UP's Oblation Run 2016

APO frat members seek the naked truth, protest Marcos burial at UP's Oblation Run 2016.....»»

Category: lifestyleSource:  interaksyonRelated NewsNov 26th, 2016

Revising History: A Libingan Burial Will Not Change the Truth

As Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte and the Marcos family are now realizing, a burial a burial at the Libingan Ng Mga Bayani cemetery will not make former dictator Ferdinand Marcos a hero in the eyes of the tens of millions of Filipinos who lived thro.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philnewsRelated NewsNov 25th, 2016

CA justice: Highest conviction vs Marcos made by People Power

CA justice: Highest conviction vs Marcos made by People Power.....»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsNov 17th, 2016

CA justice: Highest conviction vs Marcos made by People Power - Rappler

CA justice: Highest conviction vs Marcos made by People Power - Rappler.....»»

Category: newsSource:  googlenewsRelated NewsNov 17th, 2016

Anti-Marcos groups urge SC: 'Side with the truth'

Anti-Marcos groups urge SC: 'Side with the truth'.....»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsNov 4th, 2016

Anti-Marcos groups urge SC: 'Side with the truth' - Rappler

Anti-Marcos groups urge SC: 'Side with the truth' - Rappler.....»»

Category: newsSource:  googlenewsRelated NewsNov 4th, 2016

Kris Aquino shows fake diamond necklace; denies it was owned by Imelda Marcos

Kris Aquino shows fake diamond necklace; denies it was owned by Imelda Marcos.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  pepRelated NewsOct 13th, 2016

Kris Aquino shows fake diamond necklace; denies it was owned by Imelda Marcos

Kris Aquino shows fake diamond necklace; denies it was owned by Imelda Marcos.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  pepRelated NewsOct 12th, 2016

Necklace ni Imelda itinanggi ni Kris

HINDI pinalampas ni actress at Queen of All Media Kris Aquino ang balitang isinuot niya ang isang diamond necklace na pag-aari ng dating First Lady ng Pilipinas na si Imelda Marcos. Ayon sa viral posts, ginamit ng aktres ang nasabing kuwintas sa naganap n.....»»

Category: newsSource:  remateRelated NewsOct 10th, 2016

Kris Aquino reacts to fake news about her wearing Imelda Marcos's diamond necklace

Kris Aquino reacts to fake news about her wearing Imelda Marcos's diamond necklace.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  pepRelated NewsOct 9th, 2016

Revise history so brazenly and you might succeed

I have this feeling that the Official Gazette writer who wrote the revisionist record of Mr. Marcos had seen Donald Trump in action. Mr. Trump either lies or shades the truth everyday in his campaign for the US presidency. On his worst day, he is uber con.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilatimes_netRelated NewsSep 17th, 2016

Imelda, todo-iwas sa isyu ng paglilibing kay Ex-Pres. Marcos

Imelda, todo-iwas sa isyu ng paglilibing kay Ex-Pres. Marcos.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  abscbnRelated NewsAug 17th, 2016

Imelda Marcosí Blue Ladies

In all her political and social endeavors when she was First Lady, Imelda Romualdez-Marcos was assisted by the so-called Blue Ladies, coming from various str.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  philstarRelated NewsJul 17th, 2016

Trump, Imelda and New York real estate

I chanced on an article about a Wu Xiaohui. Who is Wu Xiaohui, the chairman of Anbang Insurance and what has he to do with Imelda and the Philippines?.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsJan 21st, 2017

Cavs' Irving shares inspirational message to motivate kids

em>By Tom Withers, Associated Press /em> CLEVELAND (AP) — Kyrie Irving spent a day dedicated to transition and big speeches by delivering a message from the heart. Cleveland's All-Star point guard, whose own life has undergone major changes over the past year or so because of fatherhood, an Olympic gold medal and NBA championship, spoke to hundreds of school kids on Friday (Saturday, PHL time) about following their dreams. To kick off a program promoting physical fitness, Irving shared some wisdom and experiences he hopes will help motivate kids to reach their potential. He urged them to listen to their parents, follow their own path and reminded them that life's journey never ends. 'I'm still figuring it out,' he said. 'I'm still you.' Teaming with Kids Foot Locker, Irving visited one of the city's Boys & Girls Clubs to launch a six-week fitness challenge which promotes a healthy lifestyle and encourages kids to excel outside and inside the classroom. Not far removed from their age group, the 24-year-old Irving easily connected with the kids, who wore 'Go Big' T-shirts and could barely contain their excitement when the Cavaliers' star was introduced and walked to the middle of the basketball court. 'Listen to your parents,' Irving told them, but not in a preachy way, rather the way an older brother would tell his siblings. 'Make sure you cherish the friendships you have and family is first — always.' Before the event, Irving, who was named an All-Star starter for the Eastern Conference on Thursday (Friday, PHL time), spent a few minutes with the Associated Press discussing the motivation to support his community and aspirations beyond basketball. Irving understands both his place and platform and wants to maximize it. And as the nation looked toward Washington, D.C., Irving simply wanted to make a positive impact on some kinds in Cleveland. 'I want to be a generational leader and I am that already,' he told AP. 'I have to accept that and to do that you have to acquire as much knowledge and still grow every single day, make sure I'm living the truth and share that with the rest of the world. It's not necessarily opening up to the media or anyone else, but it's about opening up to the kids that matter — that are going to be changing our world in a few years. 'I'm OK with this, man. As long as I can shape a kid's day or shape a kid's life in any way possible, and help them realize their potential is endless, you are limitless. You can be your own decider in your life. Whatever else is going on, you have to take control of it.' Irving was raised almost exclusively by his father, Drederick, after his mother, Elizabeth, died when he was four. The elder Irving didn't have to push his child, who was driven from an early age. It's that independence, the strength to be unafraid and willingness to fail but learn, that's at the heart of Irving's message. 'I want them to think bigger,' he said. 'It's a lost simpler for me now as I've gotten older. There were things that I thought were going to stop me and limit me, but those things aren't necessarily real, they're false and created by whatever it is that tells us what we can't do, the outside influences. Never listen to that, man. I've always figured it out one day at a time. 'As long as you can see through it, and find your own truth, you'll be fine. I try to give kids the truth. I still am that kid that was growing up in Boys & Girls Clubs in New York and New Jersey, going to different neighborhoods. I'm that same kid. I've never changed and being able to acquire the knowledge that I have from other people helps me — and hopefully resonates with the kids.' .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJan 20th, 2017

Macalintal dares Marcos on SD cards: Drop protest if proven wrong - Rappler

Macalintal dares Marcos on SD cards: Drop protest if proven wrong - Rappler.....»»

Category: newsSource:  googlenewsRelated NewsJan 20th, 2017

A tournament without Djokovic to hit home in Australia

DENNIS PASSA, AP Sports Writer br /> MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — The stark reality of an Australian Open third round without Novak Djokovic — for the first time in 11 years — hits home on Saturday when the remaining players in his half of the draw, Rafael Nadal and Milos Raonic among them, attempt to advance to the second week of the tournament. Djokovic was beaten on Thursday in five sets by wild-card entry Denis Istomin, the earliest that the Serbian star has left Melbourne Park in singles since his first appearance here in 2006 when he was beaten by American Paul Goldstein in the first round. 'What Novak did here is just amazing, six victories here, six titles ... so it is not possible to be every time in that situation, no?' Nadal said after his second-round win. 'So then today was probably an accident, that's all. We are athletes. We know when we are going on court we can lose and we can win. It probably was a combination that Denis played a great match and Novak didn't play his best. When this combination happens, then you are in trouble. Everything can happen. And (it) happened.' Istomin, meanwhile, plays on. He's up against 30th-ranked Pablo Carreno Busta on Show Court 2 on Friday. Here's a look at some of the key matchups Saturday: ___ RAFA'S TOUGH ASSIGNMENT: Nadal plays 19-year-old Alexander Zverev in an afternoon match at Rod Laver Arena. The young German was voted the ATP Star of Tomorrow in 2015 and has mostly lived up to the hype, seeded 24th here. 'He is one of the best players in the world, without a doubt ... and one of the next Grand Slam winners,' Nadal said. 'He has a big chance to become the future world No. 1 if he's able to keep improving the way that he's doing.' Nadal has been playing well since his return to the circuit after two lengthy injury spells last year, the 14-time major winner looking almost flawless in his straight sets win over Marcos Baghdatis in the second round. Still, he's expecting to have his hands full with Zverev: 'I know I have a very tough match ... I know I need to play my best if I want to have a chance.' ___ A SERENA BREATHER?: Six-time Australian Open champion Serena Williams had two fairly tough matches through the first two rounds, facing Belinda Bencic, a former No. 7-ranked player now sitting at 59, and Lucie Safarova, ranked No. 61 but who Williams beat in the 2015 French Open final. Williams won both matches in straight sets. Her third-round match is against fellow American Nicole Gibbs, who Williams beat in straight sets at Stanford in 2012 in their only previous meeting. Williams said she feels she's better for the experience of having had tough opposition in the first two rounds. 'When I play players like Bencic and Safarova, they force me to play better,' Williams said. 'It forces my game from the very first day to be at a high level. I needed something to start really fast. I'm not going to complain about it.' ___ CONTRASTING STYLES: Third-seeded Milos Raonic plays Gilles Simon on Hisense Arena and the Canadian holds a 3-1 edge in career meetings. Their only Grand Slam match came in the fourth round of the 2014 French Open, when Raonic won in five sets, including 7-5 in the fifth. 'I know a lot about his game. I've watched him play a lot,' Raonic said. 'He's going to be there really trying to get me to play at his speed, his rhythm. Obviously he tries to slow things down, play low. I won't have the opportunity to get too many swings at many shots.' Which means Raonic, with one of the best serves in the game, will try to get points over quickly. 'I've got to serve well and I've got to be aggressive and I've got to take it to him. The last thing I want to do is get into this sort of game of playing long rallies with him.' ___ KONTA vs WOZNIACKI: Last year's semifinalist Johanna Konta and Caroline Wozniacki, a former No. 1 who made it to the final four here in 2011, meet for the first time in an afternoon match at Margaret Court Arena. Both have been playing well, Konta coming off a win in the Sydney International last week, and Wozniacki having dropped just seven games in her first two matches at Melbourne Park. 'She had a good last year,' Wozniacki said. 'But at the end of the day, it doesn't matter who is on the other side.' .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJan 20th, 2017