High court keeps status quo on Marcos - The Standard

THE Supreme Court has extended until Oct. 18 its status quo ante order temporarily stopping the government from burying the late strongman Ferdinand Marcos at the Libingan ng mga Bayani in Taguig City. After the conclusion of the oral arguments on ...

Hundreds of Filipinos Rally over Proposed Heroes' Burial for Marcos - Latin American Herald Tribune

MANILA – Nearly 200 people gathered outside the Supreme Court in Manila on Wednesday to protest the trial over whether late former Philippine president Ferdinand Marcos can be buried in the national Heroes Cemetery, following complaints by victims of ...

Despite tourism loss, Batac mayor backs hero's burial for Marcos - Rappler

OK WITH MARCOS' BURIAL. Batac City Mayor Albert Chua wants former President Ferdinand Marcos to be buried at the Libingan ng mga Bayani. Photo by Rappler. ILOCOS NORTE, Philippines – While it would mean less tourism revenues, Batac City Mayor ...

Marcos body safer in Batac, Ilocanos say - Inquirer.net

BATAC CITY—Ilocanos are not happy about an extension of the Supreme Court's temporary restraining order (TRO) that prevented a scheduled Sept. 18 burial of strongman Ferdinand Marcos at the Libingan ng mga Bayani in Taguig City. The Marcos family ...

Hero or despot, Marcos still divides - The Straits Times

To many, Ferdinand Marcos was a ruthless dictator whose death heralded hopes of a brighter future for the Philippines. Others say he was a hero and should be treated as one with a burial in the capital Manila. BATAC (Ilocos Norte) • Former Philippine ...

Filipinos in DC haven't forgotten Marcos and misdeeds - Inquirer.net

Braving oppressive heat, former anti-Marcos activists and supporters say they are fired-up with outrage over Duterte's decision to allow a hero's burial for Marcos. JON MELEGRITO. WASHINGTON, D.C. — Ferdinand Marcos, who ruled as dictator in the ...

'Skeletons of their kleptocracy' - Inquirer.net

The Disaster that occurred on Sept. 11, 2001 (9/11), in the United States—four coordinated attacks in Washington, DC and New York City—killed 2,996 people, injured 6,000 others, and cost at least $10 billion in infrastructure and property damage. *.