China's WTO entry, Olympics boost Korean industry
9-11-01 Korea Herald
Despite Korean pop culture winning wider acceptance in China in recent years, a
recent report suggests that it has yet to hit its peak as China is set to
witness an explosive market expansion in line with the country gaining a WTO
membership and winning the rights to host the 2008 Olympics.
Gov't to designate Busan as duty-free zone
9-11-01 Korea Herald
President Kim Dae-jung said yesterday that the government will designate Busan
as a duty-free zone by the end of this year to help develop the southern port
city into a hub of distribution in Northeast Asia.
17-year-old Filipina a midshipman at Annapolis
Annapolis, Maryland—This Filipina weighs only 95 pounds, but Rea Dacanay, a
4th-class midshipman at the United States Naval Academy here, can do 60 push-ups
in under two minutes, and follow it up with 65 sit-ups.
Korea Kim wants Japan to ease tension for World Cup
9-10-01 China Daily
South Korean President Kim Dae-jung said on Monday he hoped Japan would take
responsible steps to resolve issues such as the controversy over Japanese
history textbooks ahead of the 2002 World Cup. South Korea and Japan are
co-hosting the soccer finals, the world's biggest sporting event, but relations
between the two countries have frayed because of the textbooks and the visit
last month by Japan's prime minister to a war shrine.
Negotiations for Chinese kidnap victims ongoing: military chief
9-10-01 China Daily
Passage of no-confidence bill set to wreak havoc in Korean
politics 9-04-01 Kore Herald
Negotiations are underway to win the release of a Chinese engineer and a
Filipino guide held captive by Muslim gunmen in the southern Philippines, armed
forces chief General Diomedio Villanueva confirmed on Monday.
The passage of a parliamentary no-confidence vote on Unification Minister Lim
Dong-won is expected to have a huge impact on Korean politics, including the
possible breakup of President Kim Dae-jung's three-way ruling coalition, party
officials and analysts said yesterday.
Unification Minister Lim hit with no-confidence motion
9-04-01 Korea Herald
The National Assembly yesterday passed a no-confidence bill on Unification
Minister Lim Dong-won, dealing a serious blow to President Kim Dae-jung's
"sunshine" policy toward North Korea and casting a cloud over domestic politics.
Friendly ties with DPRK to intensify
9-04-01 China Daily
President Jiang Zemin Monday started his three-day official goodwill visit to
the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK), expressing support for
reconciliation on the Korean Peninsula.
Gas pipes ruled out as cause of Kabukicho blaze 9-04-01 Japan Times
An inspection of the gas pipes in the Meisei 56 Building in Shinjuku where 44
people died in a Saturday morning fire has ruled out the possibility the blaze
was triggered by a gas explosion stemming from corroded pipes, Tokyo Gas Co.
acquiesce to build-up of China's missiles 9-03-01 Taipei Times
The Bush administration, seeking to overcome Chinese opposition to its missile
defense program, intends to tell leaders in Beijing that it has no objections to
the country's plans to build up its small fleet of nuclear missiles, according
to senior administration officials.
U.S. agree to new auto talks
MEXICO CITY (Kyodo) Japanese trade minister Takeo Hiranuma and U.S. Trade
Representative Robert Zoellick agreed Saturday to start a new round of auto
trade talks, a Japanese official said.
Minister Lim's fate set to have impact on N. Korea ties, politics
9-03-01 Korea Herald
The result of today's parliamentary no-confidence vote on Unification Minister
Lim Dong-won will have significant repercussions not only on inter-Korean
relations but on domestic politics also, analysts said yesterday.
Assembly to cast no-confidence vote on unification minister today
9-03-01 Korea Herald
The National Assembly will cast a no-confidence vote on Unification Minister Lim
Dong-won today, with its result expected to have a major influence on Korean
Fire in Tokyo nightspot kills 44
09-01-02 China Daily
Japanese authorities are checking if a gas leak or arson could have caused an
explosion and fire that killed 44 people in a small nightclub building in
central Tokyo early on Saturday. It was the worst such tragedy in
nearly 30 years.
World Shipping Indus
Concerns Seen Over Rescues At Sea 8-30-01
Australia's refusal to accept a Norwegian cargo ship that rescued 438 Afghan
refugees from a sinking ferry endangers the time-honored practice of saving
people at sea, the shipping industry warned Wednesday.
S. Korea to introduce Asia's first privately run prison 8-30-01 Korea Herald
South Korea plans to introduce what it says will be Asia's first privately run
prison by 2004, to help ease overcrowding in state jails.
Foreign textbooks, other than Japan's contain inaccurate accounts of Korea
8-30-01 Korea Herald
School textbooks used in foreign countries other than Japan contain a great deal
of incorrect information regarding Korea, according to an Education Ministry
report submitted to lawmakers.
Bush puts China policy back into main channel 8-30-01 ChinaDaily.com
US President George W. Bush is neither slow on the uptake nor putty in the hands
of hard-right advisers when it comes to China policy, rather he appears ahead of
his predecessors in bringing ties with Beijing back to track after initial
fluctuations, a well-known China policy expert said.
Cover up or else, Kashmir women told
Indonesia Signs New
Agreement With IMF for Economic Reforms
Muslim women are rushing to buy veils in Indian Kashmir for safety's sake as a
deadline to abide by a strict Islamic dress code draws near.
Indonesia's president, Megawati Sukarnoputri,
cleared her first hurdle in rebuilding investor confidence in her troubled
country by reaching a new reform agreement with the International Monetary Fund.
President Jiang to visit North Korea early September
Chinese President Jiang Zemin will
visit North Korea from September 3 to 5, announced Yu Hongjun, spokesman of the
International Department of the CPC Central Committee. The goodwill visit
will take place at the invitation of North Korea's leader Kim Jong-il, said the
U.N. to conduct nutrition survey on N. K. children in 2002 8-28-01
The United Nations World Food Program (WFP) and Children's Fund (UNICEF) will
conduct a joint nationwide nutrition survey of North Korean children next year,
the visiting head of WFP said in Seoul yesterday. Catherine Bertini said
she reached an agreement with senior Pyongyang officials on the survey plan
during her visit to the communist country Aug. 18-21, her fourth trip to North
Korea rules against song-sharing
A South Korean court has ordered the operator of a defunct file-sharing Web site
to pay $75,300 ($98 million won) to two local record labels for violating
Koizumi's China visit linked to conciliatory pledge 8-27-01 JapanTimes
BEIJING (Kyodo) China said Saturday its acceptance of Prime Minister Junichiro
Koizumi's proposed visit to Beijing depends on whether Japan takes real action
to restore the trust of the people of Asian countries victimized by Japanese
aggression in the last century.
Korean boxer fights for unified homeland 8-27-01 Asahi.com
For Masamori Tokuyama, there was more
at stake than just boxing when he defended his World Boxing Council Super
Flyweight title in Seoul on May 20. The ethnic Korean, born and raised in
Japan, successfully defended his title for the second time in what he
considers his real homeland. On that night in Seoul he was declared winner
under his birth name, Hong Chang Su.
IOC President looks
forward to superb Olympiad in Beijing 8-27-01 China Daily
Though thinking Beijing will face many challenges to organize an Olympiad,
Jacques Rogge, newly-elected President of the International Olympic Committee
(IOC), expressed his full confidence that the Chinese capital will put on a
successful Games in 2008.
Korean Government reacts coldly to Koizumi plan to visit Korea 8-27-01
The South Korean government has given a lukewarm response to Japanese Prime
Minister Junichiro Koizumi's plan to visit Seoul before a meeting of Asian and
Pacific leaders in Shanghai in October. "It is difficult to
anticipate a summit meeting between the two countries unless Japan takes action
to cultivate a favorable atmosphere for his visit," said a government official.
Megawati Asserts Her New
Authority, Surprising Many Critics in Indonesia
JAKARTA, Indonesia (SuratkabarCom) - As Indonesia's new President Megawati
Sukarnoputri settles into her job, there is growing evidence that she may have
S. Korea vows strong action if Koizumi visits shrine 8-13-01 Korean Herald
South Korea will take strong action if Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi
visits a controversial war shrine, Seoul officials said yesterday. They said it
would make little difference even if he selects a date other than the Aug. 15
anniversary of the end of World War II.
Tokyo police raid anti-textbook
HQ 8-13-01 CNN
Police have raided the headquarters of a Japanese ultra-leftist faction in
connection with last week's bomb attack on the office of nationalist history
Thai floods claim 73 as search intensifies 8-13-01 CNN
BANGKOK, Thailand -- Officials began using dogs and heavy machinery Sunday in
the grim search for further victims of a flash flood in northern Thailand which
claimed at least 73 lives.
offer on spy plane "unacceptable" 8-12-01 China Daily
China said Saturday that the "decision" made by the US side to pay $34,000 in
support costs for its spy plane is unacceptable, and China has expressed the
utmost dissatisfaction with the US side.
expected to give birth 8-12-01 China Daily
Thirteen pandas in China's southwestern province of Sichuan are likely to give
birth in the next few months, expert at China's Giant Panda Breeding Technology
Central Taiwan counting the cost of
Typhoon Toraji 8-02-01 Taipei Times
Government officials touring the worst-affected areas have promised to pull out
all the stops in an effort to help those who suffered during Taiwan's most
devastating typhoon in four decades
Japanese public schools yet to adopt rightist textbooks
8-02-01 Korea Herald
Not a single public middle school in Japan has adopted the controversial history
textbook authored by a group of rightist scholars as of the end of July, a major
Japanese daily newspaper reported yesterday.
Up to 300 may be trapped in tin mine accident
Authorities in South China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region yesterday
confirmed a reported water leak in a tin mine in Nandan County but refused to
say how many people were trapped inside.
Indonesian landslide toll 'at least 100' 08-01-01
Relief workers fear that at
least 100 people have been killed by floods and landslides that have crushed
several villages on a remote Indonesian island popular with surfers.
46, leaves 150 missing in Taiwan 7-31-01 China Daily
At least 46 people have
been killed and 150 are missing in Taiwan after Typhoon Toraji caused floods,
mud and rock slides, and devastated farmlands in eastern and central parts of
the island, officials said on Tuesday.
Asia's Power Women: Indonesia's Megawati and the Philippines' Arroyo
Less than twelve uncertain hours after her controversial predecessor declared a
state of emergency, Indonesia's Megawati Sukarnoputri faced the nation's top
lawmakers and swore an oath of office making her Indonesia's fourth president in
the past three years.
Chinese swimmer crosses English Channel
US Powell: US welcomes the transfer of power in Indonesia
Swimmer Zhang Jian became the first
Chinese person to swim cross the English Channel early Monday morning as he
successfully landed in Calais, France, after a 12-hour journey from Dover,
The U.S. government fully supports the economic reform agenda of Japanese Prime
Minister Junichiro Koizumi, visiting U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell said
ASEAN Ministerial Meeting (AMM-34) ended in Hanoi on July 24, after two days.
07-24-01 Nhan Dan
Philippine kidnappers: 'U.S. hostage beheaded'
MANILA, Philippines -- Kidnappers in the southern Philippines say they
have killed an American hostage held by them for more than two weeks...
Bandits kill 2 captives, 4 church workers
Government troops found the badly decomposing bodies of two hostages from the
Dos Palmas resort yesterday in Lamitan, Basilan, as extremist Abu Sayyaf
guerrillas melted into the jungle following a siege of the town’s hospital and
deaths now 159; could still rise (Philippines) 05-18-01 ManilaTimes
ELECTION-related deaths continued to mount yesterday, with five of the latest
violence occurring in Mindanao.
Gloria puts Ping, Gringo arrest orders on hold
(Philippines) 05-11-01 ManilaTimes
President Arroyo yesterday allowed two opposition senatorial candidates,
accused of plotting a coup attempt, to surface from hiding and campaign without
any threat of arrest.
lifts 'rebellion' decree 05-07-01 CNN
back to normal, says PNP (Philippines) 05-05-01 ManilaTimes
THE Philippine National Police (PNP) declared yesterday that peace and order
have been fully restored, paving the way for the lifting of the “state of
rebellion” declared Tuesday by President Arroyo.
to lead mammoth Labor Day rally
Mall twin blasts hurt 37 04-30-01
Two blasts shook a Caloocan mall yesterday, injuring 37 persons, five of them
critically, as disgraced president Joseph Estrada’s political allies called
for physical attacks against the administration.
Estrada ordered arrested 04-17-01 Manila
The first-ever arrest warrant for a Philippine leader was issued yesterday by
the Fourth Division of the anti-graft court Sandiganbayan for disgraced
president Joseph Estrada on two charges linked to alleged corruption in
Rebels Form Negotiating Panel For Peace Talks 04-16-01 Suratkabar
Muslim guerrillas said Sunday they have formed a negotiating panel for planned
talks with the government aimed at ending decades of separatist rebellion in the
Asian Shares Close Mixed
After Wall Street's Gains 04-11-01 Suratkabar.com
Shares closed mixed across the Asian-Pacific region Tuesday, with select
markets taking cues from Wall Street's rebound Monday.
SC junks Erap pleas cases go to Sandigan 04-11-01 ManilaDaily
By a solid vote of 15, the Supreme Court yesterday threw
Crew safe and sound, US arrogant conduct unacceptable
Chinese President Jiang Zemin said on Thursday in Chile that China and
the United States should place the highest priority on bilateral relations in
resolving their spy plane dispute.
readies welcome for latest tenant, Estrada 04-06-01
OFFICIALS of the Bureau of Jail Management and Penology (BJMP)
ordered yesterday a 500-person security and medical unit to start preparing for
the arrival of deposed president Joseph Estrada in Quezon City Jail, once the
Sandiganbayan orders his arrest.
U.S. Losses Hit Asian Shares
Malaysia's Index Drops 6.2%
04-05-01 Suratkabar.com - Asian-Pacific markets finished mostly lower
Wednesday following a selloff on Wall Street on Tuesday. Malaysian stocks were
the hardest hit, plunging 6.2%.
Powell sends personal letter to Chinese vice premier 04-05-01 CNN
Premier Zhu Meets Philippine President's Special Envoy 03-30-01 PeopleDaily
A personal letter from U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell is the latest
effort by the Bush administration to end the standoff with Beijing over the U.S.
Navy plane and its crew being held by China.
Chinese Premier Zhu
Rongji said in Beijing
Thursday afternoon that the Chinese government is willing to work with the new Philippine
government to strengthen bilateral cooperation in various areas.
Philippines Opens Talks With IMF On Nonloan Monitoring Program 03-29-01
MANILA, Philippines (Suratkabar.com) - The International Monetary Fund and the
Philippines started two weeks of talks to map out a nonloan monitoring program
that market watchers say could go a long way toward boosting investor confidence
in the country if fiscal and economic targets are met.
Indonesia's Democracy In The Balance 03-27-01
JAKARTA (Suratkabar.com) - An announcement last weekend that Abdurrahman Wahid
was canceling diplomatic trips to Australia and New Zealand suggests that the
Indonesian president might finally try to address domestic problems plaguing his
country. With ethnic violence persisting, independence movements gaining
momentum, the economy sliding and his hold on power eroding, that's a prudent
Government-MILF secret deal confirmed
03-27-01 ManilaTimes (Philippines)
FORMER defense chief and presidential adviser to the peace process Eduardo
Ermita signed the Kuala Lumpur communiqué that moves forward efforts to resume
stalled negotiations between the government and Moro separatist rebels, a senior
government official said yesterday.
Gloria acts on crime Orders military to help police fight criminals
03-23-01 ManilaTimes -
President Macapagal-Arroyo said yesterday she has ordered the military to help
police battle criminals.
Asian Allies to Bring Korea Forum Back to Life 03-23-01 Suratkabar
protests Philippine inspection of fishing boats 03-20-01 ChinaDaily
The U.S. has revived a forum with Tokyo and Seoul, South Korea on North Korean
affairs, reaffirming its intention to act in concert with its Asian allies in
dealing with the communist regime.
The Philippines has no right to check Chinese fishing boats in waters
near Huangyan Island, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhu Bangzao said in
QC jail for Estrada Sandigan: No special treatment 03-16-01 ManilaTimes
IT’s the Quezon City Jail for de-posed president Joseph
Estrada.Saying the ousted leader would not receive special
treatment from the courts, Sandiganbayan Presiding Justice Francis Garchito-rena
told reporters Estra-da would be locked up in the Quezon City jail during trial
for plunder charges.
Erap arrest readied 03-15-01 ManilaDaily
The Philippine National Police (PNP) has organized
a special squad to arrest ousted president Joseph Estrada, officials
Wall Street plunge drags down Nikkei
Tokyo share prices continued to tumble Tuesday as the benchmark 225-issue Nikkei
stock average closed below the 12,000 threshold for the first time since
KL bids $800M for Sarah On condition Manila drops its claim
Malaysian authorities have report-edly expressed
willingness to shell out $800 million for the Philippines to drop its
claim over the disputed western Borneo Island of Sabah.
GDP grew 0.8%
Japan's gross domestic product expanded a seasonally adjusted 0.8 percent
during the October-December period, the Cabinet Office said in a preliminary
US Dow / Nasdaq Down
The Dow closed down 436, while Nasdaq closed down 128 worrying investors about
future corporate profits. This downward spiral was set off by the Nikkei
in Japan closing at a low of 3.6% during trading on Monday.
signals intention to resign
Party election likely in April
Prime Minister Yoshiro Mori on Saturday effectively expressed his intention to
resign to top executives of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party, possibly after
the fiscal 2001 budget passes the Diet next month.
‘Mad cow’ cargo out
tomorrow 3-12-01 ManilaTimes
The 17 containers of frozen beef, meat and bone meal seized earlier by
customs authorities on suspicion the products are contaminated with the “mad
cow” disease will finally be shipped back tomorrow.
AFP chief named Gloria picks MILF foe Villanueva
The army general who led a year-long campaign against Moro separatist rebels was
named yesterday as incoming chief of staff of the Armed Forces of the
US milk, other dairy goods safe
DOH Local health officials yesterday downplayed fears that dairy products—milk and
byproducts like butter and cheese—imported from Europe may have been
contaminated with the “mad cow” disease.
Alarm up on tainted milk 3-01-01 ManilaTimes
CEBU CITY—While authorities are bent on re-exporting the seized 25,000 kilos
of Irish beef believed to have been contaminated with the “mad cow” disease...
Troops ignoring ceasefire – MILD
ZAMBOANGA CITY—Muslim rebels said yesterday army troops were continuing
attacks on them despite President Macapagal-Arroyo’s ceasefire order,
endangering prospects for peace talks.
3 US solons
reaffirm recognition of Arroyo gov't
2-24-01 Manila BulletinThree
members of the United States Congress reaffirmed yesterday their recognition of
the legitimacy of the presidency of President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo and
expressed their determination to work closely with the new administration in its
goal to eradicate poverty within the decade.
slumps to trade deficit 2-22-01 CNN
TOKYO, Japan -- Fresh proof of Japan's economic woes has emerged in the form of
its first trade deficit in four years, amid slumping demand out of the United
What vacancy? – SC
cation raises more questions
The Supreme Court yesterday said it did not declare the presidency vacant on
Jan. 20, the day ousted president Joseph Estrada abandoned Malacañang amid mass
street protests over corruption allegations.
Demographics: Widows Are New High-Growth Market
2-20-01 Suratkabar.com SINGAPORE -
Given the propensity of women to live longer than men, and factoring in the
overall aging of Asia, watch out for a new high-growth market -- widows.
seeks 100-day break 2-20-01 CNN
MANILA, Philippines -- Deposed Philippine leader Joseph Estrada has asked the
Supreme Court to suspend for 100 days an investigation into corruption
allegations against him, to allow political passions to subside.
says it's still shooting at U.S., British planes 2-19-01 CNN
Iraq reported firing on U.S. and British warplanes Sunday, two days after air
raids aimed at punishing it for threatening planes enforcing "no-fly"
zones over its territory.
rules out swift arrest of Erap 2-19-01 ManilaTimes
There would neither be an immediate arrest (of the former president)… nor
special treatment” accorded to the criminal cases that may be filed against
ousted president Joseph Estrada, a Sandiganbayan justice said over the weekend.
hit Iraq with 'self-defense' strike 2-17-01 CNN
WASHINGTON -- The U.S. military said a U.S.-led airstrike on Iraq Friday was
"essentially a self-defense operation." The attack, in conjunction
with British fighter aircraft, hit four targets south and one north of
Baghdad, the first strike of its kind in nearly two years.
Clashes mark opening of Estrada immunity case 2-15-01 CNN.com
MANILA, Philippines --
Supporters of ousted Philippine President Joseph Estrada clashed with police at
the country's Supreme Court Thursday, as hearings began on the constitutional
legitimacy of his successor.
Big withdrawals in Velarde account 2-15-01 CebuDaily Philippines
opened a sealed envelope yesterday that sparked president Estrada’s ouster and
piqued the nation’s curiosity for weeks, revealing huge bank transactions that
investigators allege he made under an alias.
retires AFP chief 2-14-01
Inquirer News Service
PRESIDENT Macapagal-Arroyo has opted not to extend the term of Armed Forces
Chief of Staff Gen. Angelo Reyes even if she credited him for turning the tide
in favor of the anti-Estrada forces during the People Power II revolt.
Nation of child sex abusers 2-12-01 ManilaTimes
"Nearly one-third of Filipino children have been sexually abused.” Even
if this information from officers of the PNP’s Women and Children’s Division
were grossly exaggerated, it should still make us weep...
Two of Lagman’s killers identified 2-09-01 Inquirer
Task Force Popoy" of the Philippine National Police (PNP) has identified
two of the four suspects in the murder of labor leader Filemon "Popoy"
Lagman inside the University of the Philippines campus in Diliman, Quezon City.
Who's next? 2-08-01
Cebu Daily News (Philippines)
Labor groups are giving the Arroyo administration until Feb. 12 to solve the
killing of labor leader Felimon “Popoy” Lagman.
In critical condition at Heart Center 2-06-01 ManilaTimes
Former leftist turned labor leader Filemeno “Popoy” Lagman was ambushed and
shot four times in the head by four still unidentified men inside the University
of the Philippines-Diliman Campus late yesterday afternoon in Quezon City...
now stable, says BSP chief : 2-02-01 Manila Times
The peso has stabilized but would in the meantime hover between the P48 to P49
rate against the US dollar, Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) Gov. Rafael
Buenaventura said yesterday.
Presidency issue to SC Explain legality of Erap ouster, loyalists demand
1-30-01 Manila Times
Former president Joseph Estrada’s supporters asked the Supreme Court
yesterday to explain the legality of his ouster in a step that could lead to a
legal challenge to the new President’s authority.
Defense chief quits
1-26-01 Manila Times Philippines
Even before new President Macapagal-Arroyo finished
filling her Cabinet, she got her first defection yesterday when defense
Secretary Orlando Mercado quit over the appointment of a national security
adviser who, he claimed, was tainted.
names De Villa, Lina to new Cabinet by :Liberty Dones 1/22/01 Philstar.com
President Arroyo is expected to appoint today former Defense Secretary Renato de
Villa as executive secretary and Laguna Gov. Jose Lina as secretary of the
interior and local government.
of rallyists feared Anti-Estrada group plans march to Malacañang Mal
1-19-01 Manila Times
ANTI-ESTRADA forces will soon march to Malacañang to bring to the seat of
power their calls for the ouster of the Chief Executive, fanning fears of a
bloody confrontation with supporters of President Estrada.
stocks, peso dive after street protests against Estrada
The Philippine Stock Exchange Composite Index fell 93.16 points, or 6 percent,
to 1458.63, the largest fall in two years, after thousands of protesters took
to the streets against President Joseph Estrada's likely acquittal of
allies shackle Davide, bury P3.3-B bank evidence; Pimentel quits as Senate
president by :Efren Danao 1/17/01 Philstar.com
Pro-administration senators prevented Chief Justice Hilario Davide Jr. last
night from rendering a decision on a crucial piece of evidence, then voted
11-10 to reject the opening of a second envelope reportedly containing
documents on secret bank deposits believed held by President Estrada.
Uneasy Calm in Manila After Bombings 12-31-00 The Manila Times
The bombings have taken a toll on last minute New Year's shopping in Manila
as people are avoiding crowded places. Although there are several suspects
in custody, it is still unknown who is responsible for the deadly bombs that
or Acquittal for Philippine's President? 12-7-00 The Manila Times
Did he or didn't he, that is the question in the minds of many
Filipinos. President Estrada is accused of taking kickbacks from illegal
numbers games as well as "kickbacks" from taxes on tobacco. Many
are wondering what the outcome will be, especially with several mistresses of
the president taking the stand. The Philippines is conducting their
impeachment trial in a similar manner as the impeachment trial last year of
President Clinton in the US.
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