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The brutal heel and the iron fist of martial law may indeed never be forgotten, but its other legacies are seamlessly woven into the national fabric like some plague. One only has to recall how every branch of government can be easily be corrupted to know this to be true.
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The President Takes a Surprise Walk
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There are no perfect fathers . . . #unsungheroes  
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Muslim Clerics Finally Forbid Suicide Missions but Only on Mars
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If you have older family members or friends who were Martial Law victims have them file their claims before 10 November 2014 deadline. The Human Rights Victims Claims Board has a caravan going around the country (check the schedule at http://www.hrvclaimsboard.gov.ph/) Next stop is Cotabato City. 

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The Human Rights Victims Claims Board (HRVCB) is urging martial law victims in Negros Occidental to file their claims in the two-day caravan at the Bacolod People's House on July 3 and 4.
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Maraming salamat sa buong mundo sa mga tulong binigay para sa Haiyan Relief! #PHthankyou
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The song touched a chord with the British trait of stoicism and the 'stiff upper lip' in the face of disaster, and became immensely popular. When the destroyer HMS Sheffield was struck by an Exocet cruise missile on 4 May 1982 in the Falklands War, her crew sang it while waiting to be rescued from their sinking ship, as did the crew of HMS Coventry.
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