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Vulpix Nest: Ninoy Aquino Parks and Wildlife Center

In my commute going to work everyday, the vehicle that I’m riding on always passes by the Ninoy Aquino Parks and Wildlife Center. Because of this, I often am able to spin some Pokestops of the park (usually the ones at the entrance). 1,057 more words

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The footsteps came at break of light. Agapito “Butz” Aquino reckoned that just twenty people answered his call to gather and march to Camp Aguinaldo, where they would take a stand against the Marcos Dictatorship. 467 more words

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August 21, 1983: Ninoy Aquino Falls Down Steps, Dies

On August 21, 1983, Senator Benigno Simeon “Ninoy” Aquino Jr. fell down some airplane steps and died. The Agrava Commission, an “”independent”” investigating body convened by longest-serving President Ferdinand Marcos to look into the cause of Aquino’s death, “” 17 more words

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IS NINOY AQUINO, A NATIONAL HERO, STILL RELEVANT TO OFWs AND ALL OTHER PINOYS TODAY?

Thirty-three years ago today on August 21, 1983, former senator Benigno Aquino was shot dead while being led out by a group of soldiers through a side door of an aircraft that brought him back to the Philippines after several years of medical furlough and exile in the United States. 1,571 more words

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NINOY AQUINO's last recorded phone call before returning to Manila!!!

A Ninoy Aquino TV (NATv) exclusive, here is the recorded (and last) phone conversation between Ninoy Aquino and Mr. Steve Psinakis, a leading figure of the Anti-Marcos Movement for Free Philippines in the United States. 126 more words

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The Unsung Hero


He never got what he deserved. Despite exceptional economic growth, a change in image for the country, the much-needed purging of more government posts than ever, and the alleviation of the public school classroom problem, Filipinos always seemed to blame former president Noynoy Aquino for every misstep. 229 more words

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