A former Spanish colony for three centuries, the Philippines was ceded to the United States in 1898 following the Spanish-American war. It achieved full independence in 1946 following World War II and has since been a constitutional republic overseen by a president as both the head of state and head of government.
President Benigno S. Aquino III is a fourth-generation politician. His mother, Corazon Aquino, was the country's 11th president and led the 1986 People Power Revolution that...Read Full Story
18 May 2012, Singapore – Luxury wellness watch company Philip Stein Company will open its first boutique at Millenia Walk in June 2012.
Based on clinical studies, Philip Stein’s proprietary Natural Frequency Technology will help the wearer become more resistant to stress, have an increase in focus, and an improved overall well-being.
After trying a series of Philip Stein watches given by Madonna, Oprah Winfrey introduced it as one of her “Favorite Things” in 2003. The watch became a sell-out...Read Full Story
Benigno Aquino SONA speech: "Like many of you, I have been a victim of the abuse of power. I was only 12 years old when Martial Law was declared. For seven years and seven months, my father was incarcerated." http://www.voicegig.com/view-speech/2508/state-of-the-nation-address-2012.-his-excellency-benigno-s.-aquino-iii%2c-president-of-the-philippines/Speech: State of the Nation Address 2012. - His Excellency Benigno S. Aquino III, President of the Pwww.voicegig.comBenigno Aquino: This is my...Read Full Story
Benigno Aquino US Speech: No other country in my part of the world has the same, shared history with America, or is anchored in the same Democratic culture, as the Philippines. http://www.voicegig.com/view-speech/2448/remarks-at-the-launch-of-the-u.s.%e2%80%93-ph-society-his-excellency-benigno-s.-aquino-iii%2c-president-of-the-philippines/Speech: Remarks At the launch of the U.S.– PH Society - His Excellency Benigno S. Aquino III, Presidwww.voicegig.comBenigno Aquino: Many of you may have...Read Full Story
The government shipped more than 400 coffins to two flood-stricken cities in the southern Philippines on Tuesday as the death toll neared 1,000 and President Benigno Aquino III declared a state of national calamity.
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The latest count listed 957 dead and 49 missing and is expected to climb further as additional bodies are recovered from the sea and mud in Iligan and Cagayan de Oro cities.A handful of morgues are overwhelmed and running...Read Full Story
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