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Master Article List 1985-1999,

Master Article List 1985-1999,
Master Article List, 2000 Jan. - June
Master Article List 2001
Master Article List 2002
Master Article List 2003-2012




October 12, 1938, Malaya Tribune, Page 12, To-day's News Review, [Page View]
May 18, 1939, Malaya Tribune, Page 12, Deprived of Last Hope, Say Jews, [Page View]
August 21, 1939, Malaya Tribune, Page 7, Reuter, Hitler to Speak Next Sunday, [Page View]
July 23, 1946, Malaya Tribune, Page 5, Reuter, Arabs Strongly Opposed to Palestine Partition, [Page View]
April 27, 1948, Malaya Tribune, Page 1, Reuter, Muslims Revolt In Siam, [Page View]
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August 30, 1971, Time Magazine, Death in the Plaza Miranda,
January 8, 1972, Philippines Free Press Online, Benigno S. Aquino, Jr. Man of the Year, 1971, by Teodoro L. Locsin, Jr., Diigo,
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January 31, 1980, The Straits Times, Page 5, Violence mars Manila's first polls since martial law, [Page View]
March 16, 1980, The Straits Times, Page 2, Moros to make this the year of terror, says Manila govt, [Page View]
March 17, 1980, The Straits Times, Page 30, Conflict with guerillas expected to flare up, [Page View]
March 28, 1980, The Straits Times, Page 20, Wrath of Pinochet leaves ripples in Philippines, [Page View]
July 2, 1980, The Straits Times, Page 32, Alert over bomb threat, [Page View]
August 10, 1980, The Straits Times, Page 4, AP, 22 extremists get death in Turkey's mass trial, [Page View]
August 31, 1980, The Straits Times, Page 2, AFP, Scorched earth drive on guerilla strongholds, [Page View]
September 23, 1980, The Straits Times, Page 28, AFP, NST, Red plan to win over Malays and Indians, [Page View]
November 14, 1980, The Straits Times, Page 3, AFP, Iraqi opposition parties move to overthrow regime, [Page View]
December 5, 1980, The Straits Times, Page 4, Renewed terrorism in Kabul brings out Soviets, [Page View]
December 31, 1980, The Straits Times, Page 1, UPI, Afghan troops quell riot in Kabul, [Page View]
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November 1, 1983, The Atlantic, Immigration: how it's affecting us, by James Fallows, 700+ words
November 1, 1983, The Atlantic, Language, 700+ words
November 1, 1983, The Atlantic, Money. 700+ words
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January 1, 1984, Monthly Review, Perverse development, by Cheryl Payer, 700+ words
January 30, 1984, Singapore Monitor, (Afternoon Edition), Page 11, Israeli Troops Involved in Plot to Blow Up Mosque, [Page View]
April 30, 1984, Singapore Monitor, Page 10, AP, Now Israeli secret service focuses on Jewish extremists, [Page View]
July 1, 1984, Monthly Review, Preparing the Soil: Notes on Liberating Theologies in Asia, James E. Palm,
October 5, 1984, Singapore Monitor, Page 8, Jakarta bombing appears to be well planned, [Page View]
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February 2, 1985, The Nation, The Philippines: 'Envelopmental Journalism.' (Bribing Journalists Replaces Censorship) by Kai Bird and Max Holland, 612 words
May 2, 1985, American Banker, A Priest's Plea for a Citicorp Human Rights Plan, 700+ words
August 31, 1985, The Nation, The Philippines: Killing Clerics, by Max Holland and Kai Bird, 535 words
December 4, 1985, Associated Press, Muslim Filipinos Free U.S., German Men Held 1 Year,
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January 7, 1986, Chicago Sun-Times, Aquino vows to break up monopolies, 578 words
January 11, 1986, Chicago Sun-Times, Falwell reaps whirlwinds; His stands outrage millions Carl T. Rowan
January 13, 1986, Chicago Sun-Times, Fear of Marcos vote fraud puts U.S. in dilemma,
January 19, 1986, Chicago Sun-Times, Jet nearly collides with Marcos plane,
January 22, 1986, Chicago Sun-Times, Church appears to back Aquino against Marcos,
January 25, 1986, Chicago Sun-Times, Marcos race no sure bet, by Cord Meyer, 700+ words
January 26, 1986, Orlando Sentinel, The Mess That Is The Philippines,
January 29, 1986,Chicago Sun-Times, Catholic Church boosts Aquino, 478 words
January 30, 1986, Chicago Sun-Times, Aquino fears vote fraud; Alarm growing among UNIDO party workers as campaign violence, abuse increase, 698 words
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February 5, 1986, Chicago Sun-Times, Aquino crusade has Marcos on the defensive, 600 words
February 6, 1986, Chicago Sun-Times, Church council details abuses under Marcos, 508 words
February 9, 1986, Chicago Sun-Times, Edge to Aquino, Violence, fraud mar balloting, 540 words
February 9, 1986, Chicago Sun-Times, Marcos may void election, 700+ words
February 10, 1986, Chicago Sun-Times, Filipino Vote Up For Grabs; Walkout slows ballot count; 'fix' charge hits Marcos,
February 10, 1986, Chicago Sun-Times, Sin warns of stolen victory; Could destroy country, cardinal says,
February 13, 1986, Chicago Sun-Times, Philippine clerics angry, 359 words
February 15, 1986, Chicago Sun-Times, Protest against Marcos urged, 695 words
February 15, 1986, Chicago Sun-Times, What bishops said,700+ words
February 16, 1986, Chicago Sun-Times, Left tries to exploit anti-Marcos anger, 655 words
February 16, 1986, Chicago Sun-Times, Clergy statement calls for non-violent struggle, 610 words
February 16, 1986, Chicago Sun-Times, Marcos named victor; Reagan decries 'fraud', 700+ words
February 17, 1986, Chicago Sun-Times, (null) 700+ words
February 18, 1986, Chicago Sun-Times, 'Hands off' in Manila; Both sides laud U.S. 'listen-only' mission,
February 19, 1986, Chicago Sun-Times, Boycott Takes Hold; Aquino plan hitting Philippine targets,
February 20, 1986, Chicago Sun-Times, Shultz decries Philippine curbs 469 words
February 21, 1986, Chicago Sun-Times, Envoys back boycott of Marcos inaugural, 641 words
February 23, 1986, Chicago Sun-Times, White House sides with military rebels, 690 words
February 23, 1986, Chicago Sun-Times, Philippines Near Revolt; Military chiefs seize ministry building, demand Marcos quit, by Anthony Barbieri Jr.,
February 24, 1986, Chicago Sun-Times, Marcos renounced by envoys, 700+ words
February 25, 1986, Chicago Sun-Times, Seizure of TV station a key move,700+ words
February 26 1986, Chicago Sun-Times, Goodbye...Here's Why, by David Wood; 700+ words
February 27, 1986, Chicago Sun-Times, Filipinos here hail `triumph', by Lillian Williams; 359 words
February 28, 1986, Chicago Sun-Times, Mass Hails Filipino 'Unity, Peace,' Daniel J. Lehmann; 385 words
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March 1, 1986, Chicago Sun-Times, Church had key role in Manila drama, 692 words
March 2, 1986, Chicago Sun-Times, Showdown in Manila; 4 dramatic days that toppled a dictator-and transformed the Philippine nation
March 3, 1986, Chicago Sun-Times, 1.5 million cheer Aquino, Philippine leader restores legal rights suspended Marcos
March 31, 1986, Chicago Sun-Times, U.S., Honolulu balk, Marcos picnic canceled , 434 words .
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April, 1986, The Atlantic Monthly, The Amazon of Peshawar,
April 18, 1986, Chicago Sun-Times, Marcos backers keep pot boiling in hope of return, 643 words
April 21, 1986, Los Angeles Times, Aquino Offers Truce To Speed Rebel Surrender,
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June, 1986, The Atlantic Monthly, Thinking About Terrorism, by Conor Cruise O'Brien,
June 9, 1986, Albany Times Union, Marco Loyalists Battle Riot Police, 700+ words
June 9, 1986, Chicago Sun-Times, Marcos is `ready to negotiate', 362 words
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July 14, 1986, Albany Times Union, 10 Nuns, U.S. Missionary Abducted in Philippines, 700+ words
July 16, 1986, Albany Times Union, Unpleasant Choices, 700+ words
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August 16, 1986, Chicago Sun-Times, Filipino bishops' role questioned // Priest unsure of tie to Aquino, by Daniel J. Lehmann,
August 17, 1986, Chicago Sun-Times, Fought Marcos regime as 'evil,' cardinal says, 387 words
August 17, 1986, Chicago Sun-Times, Church solidifies role in Philippines, by Charles J. Hanley,
August 23, 1986, Chicago Sun-Times, Prelate lashes Aquino regime / Freedom slipping away, Sin warns,
August 23, 1986, Philippines Free Press Online, The Conscience of the Filipino: The Sacrifice (1986), by Teodoro M. Locsin, Diigo, August 25, 1986, Chicago Tribune, Aquino Puts Talk Of Coup Far Behind She's On Trip Abroad...
August 25, 1986, Albany Times Union, Aquino Arrives in Indonesia; Philippine Army Placed On Alert,
August 31, 1986, Dallas Morning News, 6 Months After Marcos, Philippines Is Rebuilding,
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September 6, 1986, Washington Post, Aquino Talks With Rebel Leader She Warns She Will Not Allow Secession From Philippines,
September 7, 1986, New York Times, Communists To Consider Cease-fire In Philippines,
September 10, 1986, Chicago Sun-Times, Is there method in terrorist madness?, by Otis Pike, 700+ words
September 25, 1986, Albany Times Union, Political Prisoners Still Held? Marcos Machine Unshaken,
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October 4, 1986, Albany Times Union, Senate OKs Bill of $560B, 700+ words
October 19, 1986, Washington Post, U.S. Missionaries' Support Of Communists Stirs Philippine Clash,
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November 7, 1986, Albany Times Union, Philippines Forces on Plot Alert, 700+ words
November 20, 1986, Chicago Sun-Times, Aquino condemns right, left for surge in violence, 588 words
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December 8, 1986, Chicago Sun-Times, Cease-fire at risk, Aquino told, 429 words
December 11, 1986, Chicago Sun-Times, Philippines rebels join celebration of cease-fire; No violations so far, but caution is urged,
December 22, 1986, Chicago Sun-Times, Philippine rebels jar conservatives, church, 611 words
December 25, 1986, Chicago Sun-Times, Wars rage in season of peace, by David Wood, 700+ words
December 26, 1986, Chicago Sun-Times, A day of song, prayer, feasts and protests, 700+ words
December 30, 2006, The Manila Times, 2006 Worst Year For Rights Since Marcos, by Anonymous,
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January 2, 1987, Washington Post, Slum District's Residents Eject Filipino Communists as Killers, Gregg Jones,
January 3, 1987, Boston Globe / AP, Manila Rejects Coalition with Rebels, Says Land Reform, Industries Vital, by Miguel C. Suarez,
January 4, 1987, Washington Post, Aquino Starts Test of Her Voter Strength, by Keith B. Richburg,
January 5, 1987, Washington Post, Filipinos Fear Deadlock in Peace Talks, by Keith B. Richburg,
January 5, 1987, Washington Post, Manila, Moro Rebels Sign Peace Pact; End Foreseen for 14-year Moslem Civil War in Philippines, by Keith B. Richburg; 700+ words
January 5, 1987, United Press International, Philippine Moslems Agree To Pact,
January 6, 1987, Washington Post, Amid Cuts and Slower Growth, Some Programs Would Benefit; Request Includes Increases for Defense, Foreign Aid, AIDS Fight, by James R. Dickenson, George C. Wilson,
January 9, 1987, Washington Post, Optimism Marks Talks in Mindanao;Governor Host to Communists,
January 10, 1987, Washington Post, Enrile Campaigning Against Aquino 'Dictatorship'; Ousted Defense Minister Emerging as Opposition's Most Prominent and Articulate Spokesman, by Keith B. Richburg,
January 10, 1987, Washington Post, Marcoses Agree to Testify Here in Kickback Probe; Iranian Link Reported,
January 10, 1987, Washington Post, Thailand Accepts U.S. Arms Stockpile
January 10, 1987, Chicago Sun-Times, Roberts: 'Give or I die' An ultimatum from God told by TV preacher
January 11, 1987, Washington Post, The Philippines, Past and Present, by F. Lisa Beebe,
January 12, 1987, Washington Post, 32,000 Filipinos Protest Aquino's Proposed Charter,
January 13, 1987, Chicago Sun-Times, Aquino wins King peace prize, 310 words
January 14, 1987, Washington Post, Gold Fever Rages in Mindanao; Jobs, Revolution Put Aside to Hunt for Nuggets,
January 15, 1987, Washington Post, Soviets Make Overture to ASEAN, 204 words
January 15, 1987, Washington Post, Moslem Rebels Stage Attacks in Southern Philippines, by Gregg Jones,
January 16, 1987, Washington Post, 'Platoon': Awesome Requiem, by Rita Kempley; 696 words
January 18, 1987, Washington Post, Shultz, Kissinger, Filipinos Are TV Guests,
January 18, 1987, The Boston Globe / AP, Aquino in Mindanao, Urges Peace, 575 words
January 20, 1987, Chicago Sun-Times, Shultz lauds King's crusade for rights, calls it 'epic poem',
January 20, 1987, The Washington Post,, Aquino Scoffs at Rumors, 227 words
January 23, 1987, Boston Globe, Professor Sees Feb. 2 Vote as Crucial to Aquino, by Richard Higgins,
January 23, 1987, Washington Post, Manila Troops Kill 12 Protesters, by Keith B. Richburg, 700+ words
January 24, 1987, Boston Globe / AP, Foe Says Tapes Show Aquino Tried to Sway Panel, 531 words
January 25, 1987, Boston Globe, Aquino Begins Her Final Push for a 'Yes' Vote on Constitution, Ashbrook
January 25, 1987, Washington Post, Aquino Calls for National Unity; Leftists Plan March Monday to Protest Killings in Manila, by Gregg Jones, 685 words
January 26, 1987, Washington Post, Filipinos Criticize Aquino Over Shooting; Church Stresses Absence of Land Reform,
January 26, 1987, The Boston Globe, Pressure on Aquino Builds After Killings by Army in Manila,
January 26, 1987, Boston Globe, Pressure on Aquino Builds After Killings by Army in Manila, T. Ashbrook
January 26, 1987, KNT News Service, Philippine Military Turns Up Plot By Marcos Loyalists,
January 27, 1987, Boston Globe, Manila Says Troop Rebellion Quashed, by Tom Ashbrook,
January 27, 1987, Washington Post, Pro-Marcos Forces Attempt Coup,
January 27, 1987, Washington Post, Aquino Aide Accuses Military, U.S. of Tapping Telephones; Arroyo Says Controversial Call Was 'For American Consumption', by Keith B. Richburg, 700+ words
January 28, 1987, Washington Post, The Philippines Under Siege, 569 words
January 28, 1987, Boston Globe, Aquino Government Talking with Renegade Troops, by Tom Ashbrook,
January 29, 1987, Boston Globe, Manila Rebel Leader Gives Up, by Tom Ashbrook, 700+ words
January 29, 1987, Boston Globe / AP, US Orders Marcos to Stay Put, 284 words
January 29, 1987, Washington Post, Manila Rebel Leaders Say Takeover Ends; They Say Occupation Was Not a Rebellion; 150 Troops Remain Inside TV Station, by Keith B. Richburg,
January 29, 1987, Washington Post, Imelda Marcos Spends $2,000 In Sweep of Combat Gear Store,
January 30, 1987, Washington Post, U.S. Thwarts Marcos' Effort To Return Home, by Walter Wright,
January 30, 1987, Washington Post, Manila Links Plot To Marcos; Aquino Attempts To Regain Control Over Military,
January 30, 1987, Boston Globe, Aquino Orders Prosecution of Mutineers, by Tom Ashbrook,
January 31, 1987, Washington Post, Philippines to Arrest Officers Who Led Military Rebellion, Keith Richburg,
January 31, 1987, Washington Post, Personalities, by Moira Mulligan, 700+ words
January 31, 1987, Boston Globe, Philippine Insurgents Withdraw from Talks, by Tom Ashbrook,
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February 1, 1987, UPI, Waite's Job Among Most Dangerous Hostage Negotiator Like Priest, Ambassador,
February 1, 1987, Boston Globe, Beleaguered Aquino Faces More Turmoil; Approval of Constitution Seen Unlikely to End Philippine Strife, by Tom Ashbrook, 700+ words
February 1, 1987, Orlando Sentinel, Can Aquino Pass Test Of Vote On Constitution? by Menandro M. de Mesa,
February 2, 1987, Boston Globe, Vote Today is Moment of Truth for Aquino; Her Backers Hope 60% or More Approve New Charter, by Tom Ashbrook, Globe Staff, 700+ words
February 2, 1987, Albany Times Union, Aquino's Leadership Tested; Charter Vote Begins in Manila,
February 2, 1987, Chicago Sun-Times, Blasts jolt Manila / Heavy Filipino vote reported on charter,
February 2, 1987, Chicago Sun-Times, Filipinos voting on new charter, 682 words
February 2, 1987, Washington Post, Talk Shows Focus on Philippines, Dollar, 254 words
February 2, 1987, Washington Post, Act III in the Philippines
February 2, 1987, Washington Post, Filipinos Cast Votes On Charter; Troops Alerted For Disruptions During Balloting,
February 2, 1987, Washington Post, War Paralyzes Suriname; Tribal Guerrillas Oppose 7-Year Military Ruler,
February 2, 1987, Washington Post, Many Poor Villagers Scorn Constitution, by Gregg Jones,
February 3, 1987, Washington Post, New Charter Is Winning In Philippines;Large Margin Seen As Boost for Aquino,
February 3, 1987, Washington Post, Charter Limits Term of President, 394 words
February 3, 1987, New York Times, Aquino Said to Win in Key Plebiscite on a Constitution,
February 3, 1987, Boston Globe, Returns Show Wide Backing for Aquino Constitution, by Tom Ashbrook,
February 3, 1987, Boston Globe, In a Rural Hamlet, Farmers Voice Distrust of manila Government,
February 4, 1987, Washington Post, Vote Strengthens Aquino's Position;Philippine Leader Faces Array of Problems,
February 5, 1987, Washington Post, Military Urged to Honor Charter
February 5, 1987, Washington Post, Saudis Behind in Payments; U.S. Contractors Not Getting Money,
February 5, 1987, Boston Globe, Aquino Has Mandate, But No Quick Fixes, by Tom Ashbrook,
February 6, 1987, Washington Post, Aquino Case Gets Retrial In March;'Ninoy' Murder Seen As Judicial Test,
February 7, 1987, Washington Post, New Fighting Expected in Philippines; Armitage Says Recent Victory at Polls Gives Aquino Advantage, by David B. Ottaway,
February 7, 1987, Chicago Sun-Times, Church groups push for business reforms, 700+ words
February 8, 1987, Boston Globe, Philippine Constitution Viewed as Only Small Threat to US Bases,
February 8, 1987, Boston Globe, Editorial, Beyond 'People Power', 623 words
February 8, 1987, Washington Post, Philippine Cease-Fire To Expire;Rebels Reject Aquino's Appeal To Continue Talks, by Keith B. Richburg, 700+ words
February 8, 1987, Washington Post, Top Priority in Foreign Debt Talks Will Be Growth, by James L. Rowe Jr.,
February 9, 1987, Washington Post, Prostitute's Death From AIDS Alarms Japan; Case Is Country's First Involving a Woman; Sex Industry Jolted,
February 9, 1987, Washington Post, Cease-Fire Ends Between Manila, Rebels; Government Says It Will Continue to Pursue Peace Talks, Unveils Land Reform Plan, by Keith B. Richburg,
February 13, 1987, Reuters / New York Times, 4 Killed and 13 Wounded in Philippine Fighting,
February 14, 1987, Chicago Sun-Times, Worldwide, democracy has never been so prevalent, Jonathan Power,
February 14, 1987, Boston Globe / AP, Philippines to Probe Deaths of 7 Civilians, 211 words
February 14, 1987, Boston Globe / AP, Philippine Troops Accused of Killing 7 Noncombatants,
February 15, 1987, Washington Post, Contra Backer Said to Aid Army In Philippines, 331 words
February 15, 1987, Washington Post, Foreign Workers Getting Foot in the Door to Japan Illegal Aliens in Underground Job Market Are Perceived as a Growing Problem, by John Burgess,
February 17, 1987, Washington Post, Philippine Communists Seen Hurt by Cease-Fire; Public Opinion Shifted to Support Aquino Government Over Course of 60-Day Truce, by Keith B. Richburg,
February 18, 1987, Washington Post, Armed Forces Chief of Philippines Seen Under Increasing Criticism,
February 20, 1987, Washington Post, 'Platoon' Chic, by Charles Krauthammer,
February 20, 1987, Washington Post, U.S. Ex-General Denies Training Philippine Soldiers, Keith B. Richburg,
February 21, 1987, Washington Post, Aquino Names Senate Candidates;Campaign Opens For New Congress,
February 21, 1987, Boston Globe / AP, Government, Rebels Clash in Philippines, 454 words
February 22, 1987, Boston Globe / AP, Aquino Meets Survivors of Shooting, 319 words
February 22, 1987, Chicago Sun-Times, Filipinos hail year of Aquino, 467 words
February 23, 1987, Boston Globe / AP, 64-Day Salute to Revolt Begins in Philippines, by Criselda Yabes,
February 23, 1987, Washington Post, Marcos Investigation Sabotaged by Loyalists; Evidence Destroyed or Hidden,
February 24, 1987, Washington Post, Edward Lansdale, Prototype For 'Ugly American,' Dies, by Bart Barnes,
February 24, 1987, Boston Globe / AP, Top Philippine General Dismisses Talk of Coups, 635 words
February 25, 1987, Washington Post, Aquino Seen Abler Than Marcos Against Rebels; Washington No Longer Appears to View Communist Insurgency With as Much Urgency, by Jim Hoagland,
February 25, 1987, Washington Post, Aquino Scores Some Victories in Year; Country Still Faces Major Challenges After `People Power' Revolt, by William Drozdiak, Keith B. Richburg,
February 26, 1987, Washington Post, Edward Geary Lansdale, 543 words
February 26, 1987, Washington Post, U.S. Is Behind On Aid Pledged To Philippines, 406 words
February 26, 1987, Washington Post, Aquino Urges Military To Defend Democracy; Thousands Celebrate 'People Power' Revolt, by Keith B. Richburg,
February 27, 1987, Washington Post, Glasnost in Manila, by Jim Hoagland, 700+ words
February 28, 1987, Washington Post, Deaths Elsewhere: Former Filipino Senator Jose Wright Diokno,
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March 1, 1987, Boston Globe / AP, Aquino Offers Amnesty to Rebels Who Surrender Within 6 Months,
March 1, 1987, Washington Post, Aquino Offers Amnesty; Cash, Job Training Held Out to Rebels,
March 2, 1987, Washington Post, Aquino's Lifestyle Contrasts With Marcoses' Artifacts, by Jim Hoagland,
March 2, 1987, Washington Post, ADB's Lending Rises 4.9 Pct., by M.B. Regan, 448 words
March 4, 1987, Washington Post, Manila to Sell Firms Linked to Marcos; Aquino Says Income to Be Used for Launching Agrarian Reform, by Keith B. Richburg,
March 5, 1987, Washington Post, Traditional Elite Regains Role Under Aquino; Leftists Say Return of Powerful Families Proves That Structure Unchanged by Revolt, by Keith B. Richburg,
March 5, 1987, Washington Post, Manila Sees Indications of Economic Revival; Breakup of Monopolies Stimulates Local Producers, by Keith B. Richburg, 700+ words
March 8, 1987, Washington Post, Marcos Associate to Yield Property; $12.5 Million Settlement Includes 3 Manhattan Apartments, by Keith B. Richburg,
March 8, 1987, Boston Globe / AP, Businessman Pays Philippines Millions, 252 words
March 10, 1987, Boston Globe, Editorial, Economic Treason, 508 words
March 10, 1987, Washington Post, Aquino Stumps for Senate Candidates; Administration Slate Includes Traditional Politicians and Novices, by Keith B. Richburg, 700+ words
March 13, 1987, Boston Globe / AP, Aquino Aide Quits, Reportedly Under Military Pressure,
March 13, 1987, Washington Post, Somebody Else's Job, by Jim Hoagland, 700+ words
March 13, 1987, Washington Post, House Panel Approves IDA Funding, by Hobart Rowen, 509 words
March 14, 1987, Boston Globe / AP, Cardinal Tells Filipino Clerics to Avoid Politics and Rebels,
March 14, 1987, AP / The Boston Globe, Cardinal Tells Filipino Clerics to Avoid Politics and Rebels,
March 15, 1987, Chicago Sun-Times, U.S. to cut high-altitude separation of airliners, 700+ words
March 15, 1987, Boston Globe / AP, 12 Are Killed in 2 Separate Clashes in Philippines,
March 15, 1987, Washington Post, Ambush in Philippines, 239 words
March 15, 1987, Washington Post, Aquino Orders Militia, Private Armies Disbanded, by Gregg Jones,
March 16, 1987, Chicago Sun-Times, Priest implicated in Filipino attack, 621 words
March 17, 1987, Washington Post, Aquino Orders Militia, Private Armies Disbanded, by Gregg Jones,
March 18, 1987, New York Times, Bomb Kills 4 in the Philippines, by Seth Mydans,
March 18, 1987, Washington Post, Defense Aide Says Philippine Insurgency Steadily Gains Strength,
March 18, 1987, Washington Post, At Least 21 Die In Two Blasts In Philippines, 423 words
March 18, 1987, Washington Post, Foreign Affairs Budget Facing Cut, Shultz Told; Secretary Sees 'Tragedy' in New Slashes, by Don Oberdorfer; 700+ words
March 18, 1987, Boston Globe / AP, Aquino Eases Order Disbanding Armed Groups Tied to Military,
March 20, 1987, Washington Post, Living the Life of Grime, by David Streitfeld,700+ words
March 21, 1987, Washington Post, Aquino Family Estate Faces Land Reform;President's Kin Debate Proposals,
March 22, 1987, Boston Globe / AP, Army Probes Bombing, 226 words
March 23, 1987, Boston Globe / AP, Aquino Says It's Time for Force; Vows to Defeat Armed Factions,
March 24, 1987, Washington Post, Suspect in Philippines,191 words
March 25, 1987, Washington Post, Marcos Denies Role, 212 words
March 26, 1987, Chicago Sun-Times, Anti-leftist Filipinos parade with skeletons, by Ruben Alabastro,
March 26, 1987, Washington Post, Today in Congress,
March 27, 1987, Washington Post, Questions for Shultz, by Jim Hoagland, 700+ words
March 28, 1987, Boston Globe, Editorial, Philippine Assignment, 576 words
March 28, 1987, Washington Post, U.S. Envoy Defends Aquino Policy on Rebels, Gregg Jones, 448 words
March 28, 1987, Washington Post, Envoy Says INF Agreement Is 'Pretty Close', by Don Oberdorfer,
March 28, 1987, Washington Post, Blame for the Bomb, 302 words
March 29, 1987, Washington Post, Alert in Philippines, 201 words
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April 1, 1987, Boston Globe, Aquino Summer Estate Sold; Condominium Developer Plans 100 Units on Brookfield Acreage,
April 1, 1987, Washington Post, Civilians Aiding Fight Against Rebels; Vigilante Groups, With Homemade Arms, on Rise in Philippines, by Gregg Jones, 700+ words
April 2, 1987, Washington Post, Japanese Welcome End Of Executive's Ordeal; Firm Paid Ransom to Philippine Kidnappers, by John Burgess,
April 4, 1987, New York Times, Right-Wing Vigilantes Spreading in Philippines, by Seth Mydans,
April 5, 1987, Washington Post, Moscow Offers Manila Coal Power Plant Deal, 248 words
April 6, 1987, Washington Post, ADB Funds Study Of Its Members, by M. B. Regan, 427 words
April 6, 1987, Washington Post, Filipino Gunman Held,
April 7, 1987, Washington Post, 'Platoon': Another Fantasy, by R. Emmett Tyrrell Jr., 700+ words
April 8, 1987, New York Times, A Sign of War in Philippines: The Refugees, by Seth Mydans,
April 10, 1987, Orlando Sentinel, The government and Moslem rebels...,
April 10, 1987, Washington Post, Baker Calls for New Initiatives on 3rd World Debt, by Hobart Rowen,
April 11, 1987, Washington Post, Ramos Issues Warning, 184 words
April 12, 1987, Washington Post, Philippine Assassination Threat
April 12, 1987, Washington Post, Nation Turns Its Lonely Eyes to H. Ross Perot; How the Last Real Texan grabbed the American Dream by the neck, wrestled it to the ground and made it cry, "Uncle!", by David Remnick,
April 16, 1987, Washington Post, Thailand's Army Chief Touches Off Debate; Call for 'Peaceful Revolution' Draws Fir
April 16, 1987, Washington Post, Manila Demands Easier Loan Terms Philippines Angry Over News Of New Argentine Loan Deal, by Gregg Jones, 700+ words
April 18, 1987, Chicago Sun-Times, Catholic Church shows faith in the Philippines,
April 23, 1987, Washington Post, For the record, by Peter F. Krogh, 422 words
April 23, 1987, Washington Post, Sin Urges Defeat of Leftists in Philippine Vote, by Gregg Jones,
April 24, 1987, Washington Post, $200,000 Advance Tides Over Lehman, by Marjorie Williams,
April 25, 1987, Washington Post, Catchall House Bill Faces Problems; $9 Billion Measure's Arms Provisions Spark Threats of Filibuster, Veto, by Helen Dewar, 700+ words
April 25, 1987, Washington Post, Congress Leaps into Debt Problem ;Controversial Plan Is Latest Proposed Solution to 5-Year-Old Issue, by Anne Swardson, 700+ words
April 27, 1987, Washington Post, Enrile Runs Hard For Seat in Senate;Campaign Tailored to Tap Marcos' Backers,
April 28, 1987, Washington Post, U.S. Judge Orders Release of Taped Marcos Depositions, 290 words
April 28, 1987, Washington Post, U.S. Policymakers Split on Philippine Insurgency, by David B. Ottaway,
April 28, 1987, Boston Globe / AP, Grenades Tossed Into US Advisers' Compound in Manila; No Injuries Reported,
April 29, 1987, Boston Globe / AP, Trial Opens in Slaying of Aquino's Husband, by James W. Hatton,
April 30, 1987, Boston Globe / AP, Left, Moslems Joining Forces in Philippines, 303 words
April 30, 1987, Washington Post, Lessons in Geography, 416 words
April 30, 1987, Washington Post, Indonesian Politics Sees Revival of Sukarno Legacy, Keith B. Richburg,
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May 1, 1987, Washington Post, Ex-Im Bank Eases Its Loan Terms In Bid to Boost Sales of U.S. Goods,
May 1, 1987, WaPo, Philippine Ex-Rebel Tells of Cause He Left; Communist Describes Shaken Faith,
May 3, 1987, Washington Post, Despots and Other Strongmen, by William Drozdiak, 700+ words
May 4, 1987, Boston Globe / AP, Aquino OKs Sale of Government Firms, 295 words
May 5, 1987, Boston Globe / AP, Aquino Says US Fails to Deliver Promised Arms Aid, 362 words
May 5, 1987, Reuters / New York Times, 16 Philippine Soldiers Die in a Rebel Ambush,
May 5, 1987, Washington Post, Philippine Rebels Ambush Convoy; 16 Reported Killed; Manila Needs More U.S. Aid, Aquino Says, by Keith B. Richburg, 700+ words
May 5, 1987, Washington Post, Kashoggi's Apartment Searched for Marcos' Art, 375 words
May 7, 1987, Washington Post, Philippines Reports Mindanao Accord, 278 words .
May 7, 1987, Washington Post, Marcos Order Affirmed, 264 words
May 9, 1987, Boston Globe, 'New-Style' Philippine Elections Owe Much to Old-Fashioned Way,
May 10, 1987, Boston Globe, Vote Tomorrow is a Return to Old-Style Politics in Philippines, Ashbrook,
May 10, 1987, Washington Post, TV Names Names;Political Ads Beamed to Filipino Voters,
May 11, 1987, Washington Post; Philippines to Elect National Legislature; 24 Senate, 200 House Seats to Be Filled, Keith Richburg,
May 12, 1987, Washington Post, Aquino Slate Seen Ahead in Early Returns, by Keith B. Richburg,
May 13, 1987, Washington Post, Aquino-Backed Slate Close to Sweep of Senate ;Opposition Accuses Government of Fraud, by Keith B. Richburg,
May 13, 1987, Washington Post, . . . And the Bishop's Misreading, by William F. Buckley Jr., 700+ words
May 14, 1987, Washington Post, Enrile Says Aquino Cheated on Vote, 238 words
May 15, 1987, Washington Post, Opposition Protests Philippine Vote Result, by Keith B. Richburg,
May 18, 1987, Washington Post, Forward With Mrs. Aquino,
May 18, 1987, Washington Post, Rebels Denounce Poll Results; Philippine Guerrillas Vow Armed Struggle,
May 18, 1987, Washington Post, Forward With Mrs. Aquino, 559 words
May 19, 1987, Washington Post, Today in Congress, 700+ words
May 19, 1987, Boston Globe / AP, Six Are Killed in Philippine Vote Violence, 511 words
May 20, 1987, Washington Post, Gorbachev Offers Asian Missile Plan;Would Scrap SS20s If U.S. Removes Arsenals, Restricts Carriers, by Gary Lee, 700+ words
May 21, 1987, Washington Post, Bank's Decision Seen as Sign of Strength, by James L. Rowe Jr.,
May 21, 1987, Washington Post, Citicorp Move Brings New Era; Huge Reserve Raises Stakes in Debt Talks,
May 24, 1987, New York Times, Election Loss Jolts Philippine Leftists, by Seth Mydans,
May 25, 1987, Washington Post, Haig Discloses Earnings of $3 Million in 2 Years;Candidate's Report Covers Income From Lectures, Writing, Corporate Consulting, by Charles R. Babcock,
May 25, 1987, Washington Post, Rightists Vow Protests Until Aquino Resigns; Enrile, Marcos Backers Ask Troops' Support, by Gregg Jones,
May 26, 1987, Washington Post, Ethnic Conflicts: Toll Mounts; Religious Rifts Contribute to Global Pattern,
May 29, 1987, Washington Post, For the Record,
May 31, 1987, Boston Globe / AP, Two Killed During Voting in Philippines Enrile's Fate Hinges on Delayed Election,
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June 2, 1987, Boston Globe, Moslem Rebels Seek Talks with Aquino, 222 words
June 5, 1987, Boston Globe / AP, US Court Overturns Marcos Assets Freeze, 274 words
June 5, 1987, Washington Post, Ruling Freezing Marcoses' Assets Is Overturned, 326 words
June 6, 1987, Washington Post, Philippine Military Unable to Stop Rebels; Officers Blame Government for Stalemate,
June 6, 1987, Boston Globe, Philippine Policeman Assassinated, 195 words
June 7, 1987, Washington Post, Pope Uses Space Technology To Spread an Age-Old Message; Prayers Reach Worldwide Audience Estimated at 1 Billion, by Laura Sessions Stepp, 700+ words
June 7, 1987, WaPo, Philippine Insurgents' New Tactic; Assassination Teams Target Manila Police,
June 8, 1987, Washington Post, The Market For a Marcos;Ornate Furnishings Up for Auction,
June 8, 1987, Boston Globe, Covert Actions Trust Between White House, Congress Appears Shaken by Iran-Contra Activities, by Stephen Kurkjian,
June 12, 1987, Washington Post, Manila Gets Helicopters, 186 words
June 14, 1987, Washington Post, Shultz Says Manila Must Push Rebel Battle, by Keith B. Richburg,
June 14, 1987, New York Times, Charade at Malacanang Palace, by David Howard Bain,
June 15, 1987, Boston Globe / AP, Aquino Foes Rally at Shultz's Hotel, 425 words
June 16, 1987, Washington Post, Sympathy for the Strong Man, by Mary McGrory, 700+ words
June 17, 1987, Washington Post, Shultz Visiting Manila, Praises Aquino's Rule; Differences Over U.S. Bases Continue
June 17, 1987, Boston Globe / AP, Shultz Lauds Aquino For Aiding Economy, 222 words
June 19, 1987, Washington Post, The Pope's Politics, by Jim Hoagland, 700+ words
June 22, 1987, Boston Globe / AP, Philippine Official Says Hostility Could Cause US to Abandon Bases,
June 22, 1987, Orlando Sentinel, It was the fourth bombing of a Manila building in a week,
June 25, 1987, Washington Post, Rebels Debate Next Strategy In Philippines; Communists Assess Losses At Polls, Aquino Popularity, by Gregg Jones,
June 27, 1987, Washington Post, 50 Killed in Philippines As Plane Hits Mountain,
June 27, 1987, Washington Post, House Democrats Retreat on Arms Control Decision Breaks Impasse With President, Clearing Way for Long-Delayed Spending, by Helen Dewar; 700+ words
June 27, 1987, Boston Globe / AP, Plane Crashes Into Mountain in Philippines; 50 Are Killed, 578 words
June 29, 1987, Boston Globe / AP, Recorders From Plane Destroyed; Crash in Philippines Remains a Mystery, by James W. Hatton,
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July 9, 1987, Boston Globe / AP, Marcos Warned Against Plotting to Oust Aquino, by Barry Schweid,
July 10, 1987, Boston Globe / AP, Tapes Link Marcos with Plot to Invade Philippines, by Henry Gottlieb,
July 17, 1987, Boston Globe, A Dubious Rationale, H.D.S. Greenway, Globe Staff; 700+ words
July 17, 1987, Boston Globe / AP, Manila Files $22B Suit Against Marcos, Family, 555 words
July 19, 1987, Boston Globe, Covert Action -- Antidemocratic, Necessary, by David B. Wilson,
July 23, 1987, Boston Globe / AP, Aquino Orders Land Redistribution, 700+ words
July 27, 1987, Boston Globe / AP, Philippine Congress Convenes in Manila, 637 words
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August 1, 1987, Boston Globe / AP, 3 Policemen, 2 Soldiers Are Slain in Philippines, 376 words
August 6, 1987, Boston Globe / AP, Funeral for Rebel in Manila, 234 words
August 12, 1987, Boston Globe / AP, Emergency Decree Eyed in Philippines, 217 words
August 12, 1987, Boston Globe / AP, Typhoon Smashes Into Philippine Islands, 218 words
August 18, 1987, Boston Globe / AP, Philippine Rebel Base Overrun; Moslems Release Hostages,
August 26, 1987, Boston Globe / AP, Transport Workers Strike in Philippines, 227 words
August 28, 1987, New York Times, Dissident Soldiers in Manila Attack Presidential Palace,
August 29, 1987, Associated Press / The Boston Globe, Chronology of Events From Marcos to Aquino,
August 29, 1987, Boston Globe, Aquino is Safe, Her Brother-in-Law Reports, by David Jones; 304 words
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September 2, 1987, Boston Globe, Did Singlaub's Group Play a Role in the Philippine Uprising? by R. Healy,
September 5, 1987, Boston Globe / AP, Brother of Mutiny Leader in Philippines is Arrested; Arms Cache Linked to Enrile Seized,
September 5, 1987, Boston Globe, Editorial, The Philippine Priority, 606 words
September 5, 1987, Chicago Sun-Times, Leader of coup bid vows to fight on against Aquino,
September 10, 1987, Boston Globe / AP, Cabinet Resigns in Philippines, by Miguel Suarez,
September 12, 1987, Boston Globe / AP, 9 Key Officials Resign in Philippines; Close Aquino Aide is Said to Be Next,
September 13, 1987, Boston Globe, Imitators of the American Way, by David Golden,
September 14, 1987, New York Times, In Insurgent Stronghold on Bataan, a Fierce Battle,
September 14, 1987, New York Times, Filipino Mutiny Termed a Protest,
September 21, 1987, Boston Globe / AP, Philippine Rebels Say Killing of Leftist Leader Part of US Plot,
September 21, 1987, Boston Globe / AP, Manila on Full Alert for Rally Protesting Leftist Leader's Killing,
September 30, 1987, Boston Globe / AP, 129 Nations Cited for Alleged Rights Abuses, by Robert Glass,
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October 3, 1987, New York Times, Filipino Civilians Uprooted By an Anti-Rebel Offensive,
October 3, 1987, Boston Globe / AP, Philippine General Warns on Infighting, 646 words
October 6, 1987, Boston Globe, Anger on Philippine Farms; Land Reform Frustrated, Pamela Constable,
October 8, 1987, Orlando Sentinel, An alliance of renegade soldiers and right-wing politicians...
October 11, 1987, Boston Globe, Aquino Democracy: Corruption, Rumors and Ebbing Support, Constable
October 12, 1987, Boston Globe / AP, Aquino Rejects Vote to Test Rule; National Strike Set for Today,
October 14, 1987, Boston Globe / AP, Manila Riot Police Disperse Workers' March on Palace, 349 words
October 18, 1987, Boston Globe, US Facing Dilemma in Manila; Efforts to Aid Aquino Criticized as Meddling, by Pamela Constable,
October 18, 1987, Boston Globe, Nascent Right-Wing Alliance Poses New Threat for Aquino, Ashbrook,
October 22, 1987, Boston Globe / AP, Barriers at Strike Sites Removed in Philippines, 580 words
October 24, 1987, Boston Globe / AP, Aquino Says She Won't Desert Troops; Praises Fight Against Communists
October 28, 1987, Boston Globe, Philippine Land Reform Plans Get Bogged Down in Congress, Ashbrook
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November 3, 1987, Boston Globe / AP, Rebel Suspects Disarm Guards in American Residential Area in Philippines,
November 5, 1987, Boston Globe / AP, US: Manila Terrorists Won't 'Run US Out', 468 words
November 11, 1987, Boston Globe / AP, Philippine Rebels Warn Americans, 248 words
November 14, 1987, Boston Globe / AP, Colonel is Killed in Manila Ambush, 480 words
November 15, 1987, Boston Globe, Politician Practicing What He Preaches, by Jean Dietz, Globe Staff;
November 16, 1987, Boston Globe / AP, Philippine Troops Capture Top Rebel, 489 words
November 19, 1987, Boston Globe / AP, US Troops Seal Off Bases in Philippines, 230 words
November 20, 1987, Boston Globe / AP, 19 Charged in Deaths of 4 Near Air Base, 250 words
November 26, 1987, Boston Globe / AP, 1,600 Reported Dead in Philippines as Typhoon Rakes Remote Province,
November 27, 1987, Boston Globe / AP, Toll Put at 270 As Philippines Hit By Typhoon, James Hatton,
November 29, 1987, Boston Globe / AP, US Lawmakers Seek Aid for Philippines, 222 words
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December 8, 1987, Boston Globe / AP, Ex-Aquino Adviser Found Fatally Shot; Suicide is Suspected,
December 8, 1987, Boston Globe / AP, Canada, US Resolve Details of Trade Pact, 700+ words .
December 11, 1987, Boston Globe / AP, Former Philippine Defense Minister Says His Firm to Represent Honasan,
December 17, 1987, Boston Globe / AP, Japan Will Not Seek to Rearm, Leader Says, 487 words
December 22, 1987, Boston Globe / AP, Other Major Marine Disasters, 456 words
December 23, 1987, Boston Globe / AP, Key Provisions of Spending Bill, 700+ words
December 24, 1987, Boston Globe / AP, Officials: Apprentice at Helm in Disaster, 275 words
December 27, 1987, Boston Globe, Evolution Seen in US Foreign Policy, by Pamela Constable,
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January 12, 1988, Boston Globe / AP, 3 More Candidates in Local Elections Killed in Philippines; Toll Now 30,
January 16, 1988, Boston Globe / AP, GIs in Philippines Told to Stay on Bases, 177 words
January 30, 1988, Boston Globe / AP, US Assistance to Allies is Cut Sharply, 399 words
February 5, 1988, Boston Globe / AP, Manila Cites Seizure of 20 Communists, 212 words
February 8, 1988, United Press International, Guerrillas List U.S. Targets In Philippines,
February 10, 1988, Boston Globe, When Justice is Not Equal, by William V. Shannon, 700+ words
February 11, 1988, Boston Globe / AP, Philippines Reports Plot to Kill Singlaub, 209 words
February 14, 1988, Boston Globe / AP, Philippines Reports 6 Dead, 40 Injured in Rebel Attacks,
February 29, 1988, United Press International, Tunnel Cave-in Kills Diggers In Philippine Treasure Hunt,
March 1, 1988, Boston Globe, Aquino Cousin, Marcos Discussed Return, 575 words
March 4, 1988, Boston Globe, Old Rumors Dig Up in Treasure Hunt, by Tom Ashbrook, 700+ words
March 10, 1988, Boston Globe, Philippine Passion Revived: What of US Bases?, by Tom Ashbrook,
March 13, 1988, Boston Globe / AP, Aquino Tells Cadets to Avoid Politics, 237 words
March 19, 1988, New York Times, Afghan Rebel Opposes Talks: Vows Battle for Islamic State, by Henry Kamm, March 20, 1988, Boston Globe, Moslems in South Pose Growing Threat to Aquino Government
March 26, 1988, Boston Globe / AP, Iran is Criticized at Moslem Parley, 206 words
March 31, 1988, Boston Globe / AP, Capture of Two Communist Leaders Hailed as Major Victory in Manila,
April 3, 1988, Boston Globe, Philippine Rebels Vow Fight Will Go On, by Tom Ashbrook, 700+ words
April 10, 1988, Boston Globe, In Philippines, It's the Same Old Song as in the Days of Marcos; The Rich Flaunt Their Wealth and the Poor Stay Poor, by Tom Ashbrook,
April 10, 1988, Boston Globe / AP, US Priest is Killed in Philippines, 306 words
April 16, 1988, Boston Globe / AP, Arrest of 10 Filipinos Said to Prevent Attack, 427 words
April 23, 1988, Boston Globe, Marcos Still Yearns to Return as Savior, by Tom Ashbrook, 700+ words
April 30, 1988, Boston Globe, A Frankenstein Dictator, 485 words
May 5, 1988, Boston Globe / AP, Hundreds in Philippines Attend Funeral Mass for Marcos' Mother,
May 9, 1988, Boston Globe, Marcoses Grieve, 197 words
May 9, 1988, Boston Globe / AP, Marchers Seek Marcos' Attendance at Funeral; Aquino Refuses, Citing Threat to Stability,
May 31, 1988, Boston Globe, Murder Witness Rebecca Quijano, 174 words
June 5, 1988, New York Times, Philippine Army Seizes the Moment in Rebel War, by Seth Mydans,
June 6, 1988, Boston Globe / AP, 16 Filipino Soldiers Die in Rebel Ambush, 223 words
June 7, 1988, Boston Globe / AP, Philippine Senate OK's Ban on Nuclear Arms in Swipe at US Bases,
June 8, 1988, Boston Globe / AP, Land Bill Passed in the Philippines, 203 words
June 12, 1988, Associated Press / New York Times, Marcos Loyalists Said to Fail to Free Soldiers,
June 16, 1988, Boston Globe / AP, US Prosecutors Seek to Charge Marcos, 249 words
June 18, 1988, Boston Globe, Coup Trial Set in Philippines, 208 words
June 18, 1988, New York Times,Aquino Said to Condone Human Rights Abuses,
June 19, 1988, Boston Globe, News Reports Are Sometimes Too Discouraging, by Jerry Morris,
June 22, 1988, Boston Globe, Thorny Issues Remain as Summit Ends, by Douglas M. Bailey,
June 22, 1988, Boston Globe / AP, Philippine Troops Caught Rebel Leader, Officials Say, 410 words
June 26, 1988, Boston Globe / AP, Aquino OK's Return of Marcos for Trial, 261 words
July 5, 1988, Boston Globe / AP, Philippine Eagles Moved Due to Battle, 230 words
July 26, 1988, Boston Globe / AP, US Serviceman Slain in Philippines, 219 words
July 26, 1988, Boston Globe / AP, Philippines, US Halt Discussions on Bases, 275 words
July 27, 1988, Boston Globe / AP, Talks Still On US Bases in Philippines, 343 words
August 6, 1988, Boston Globe, Protest in Philippines,
August 11, 1988, Boston Globe / AP, Action Against Captain Reported in Refugee Probe, 489 words
August 23, 1988, Boston Globe / AP, Laurel Vows to Lead Aquino Opposition, 199 words
August 24, 1988, Boston Globe / AP, Navy to Try Captain for Not Aiding Refugees, 525 words
September 12, 1988, Boston Globe / AP, British Businessman Shot in Philippines, 206 words
September 17, 1988, Boston Globe, Gorbachev Offers to Trade Closings of Pacific Bases, by Fred Kaplan,
September 20, 1988, Boston Globe, Gorbechev's Asian Initiative, 633 words
September 21, 1988, Boston Globe, Marcos Said to Profit From Bush Aides's Deal,
October 5, 1988, Boston Globe / AP, Ramon Durano, 82, Prominent Philippines Leader, 330 words
October 16, 1988, Boston Globe / AP, Toll Rises to 55 in Sinking of Ferry, 210 words
October 17, 1988, Boston Globe / AP, US, Manila Reach $962M Base Accord, by David Briscoe,
October 19, 1988, New York Times, Afghan Leadership Reported at Odds, by Barbara Crosette,October 21, 1988, Boston Globe, Justice Dept. Seen Poised to Indict Marcos, by Stephen Kurkjian,
October 22, 1988, Boston Globe, US Indicts Marcos, Wife on Embezzlement Charges, by Michael Kranish,
October 26, 1988, Boston Globe / AP, Typhoon Leaves Hundreds Dead in Philippines, by Claro Cortes,
October 26, 1988, Boston Globe / AP, Soviets Seek Use of Philippine Docks, 340 words
November 3, 1988, Boston Globe, James Fenton's Riveting, Audacious Tales of War, by Mark Muro,
November 4, 1988, Boston Globe / AP, Marcos Says He'll Give Records to Court, 316 words
November 9, 1988, Boston Globe, Home Again: Imelda Marcos, 189 words
November 13, 1988, Boston Globe / AP, Filipino Rebel Leader Escapes From Prison Camp, 663 words
November 14, 1988, Boston Globe, Marcos Loyalists Ask Justice From US, 231 words
November 25, 1988, Boston Globe / AP, 26 Killed in 2 Attacks in Philippines, 700+ words
November 26, 1988, Boston Globe, Making Marcos a Soap Opera, by Tom Ashbrook, 700+ words
December 8, 1988, Boston Globe / AP, Group Protests Philippine Arrests, 208 words
December 10, 1988, Boston Globe / AP, Captain Faces Trial for Not Aiding Boat, 254 words .
December 10, 1988, Boston Globe, Standing Their Brothers' Ground, 483 words .
December 11, 1988, Boston Globe / AP, President Aquino Vows to Punish Human Rights Violators,
December 15, 1988, Boston Globe / AP, Group Sees Increase of Torture in Philippines, 565 words
December 18, 1988, Boston Globe, An Earthly Duty, 512 words
December 19, 1988, Boston Globe / AP, 51 Missing in Boat Off the Philippines, 188 words
December 19, 1988, Boston Globe / AP, Marcos Goes Home After Hospital Stay, 237 words
December 31, 1988, Boston Globe / AP, Marcos Hospitalized with Heart Trouble, 262 words
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January 10, 1989, Boston Globe / AP, Grenades Kill 13 at Game in Philippines, 354 words
January 15, 1989, Boston Globe, Terrorist Threat Prompts Tokyo to Tighten Funeral Security, by Colin Nickerson,
January 17, 1989, Boston Globe, Reagan on Rights:: A Mixed Bag is Found He Institutionalized Issue as a Policy Tool But Used It Inconsistently, Coalition Says, by Adam Pertman,
February 4, 1989, Boston Globe, Lee L. Sanborn, 74 Directed Overseas Relief Work, 372 words
February 5, 1989, Boston Globe / AP, Let Marcos Come Home, Philippine Official Says, 468 words
February 19, 1989, Boston Globe, A Fight for Life in the Rain Forest as Loggers Advance, Penan Tribesmen Lose Another Piece of Their Homeland, by Dianne Dumanoski,
February 22, 1989, Boston Globe, Bush's Asia Trip A Chance to Put Issues on the Table, by Walter V. Robinson,
February 24, 1989, Boston Globe / AP, Navy Captain Found Guilty of Abandoning Vietnamese,
February 25, 1989, Boston Globe, Officer Found Guilty, 213 words
March 5, 1989, Boston Globe, Wealth Has Costs, Find Japanese Travelers, by Colin Nickerson,
March 9, 1989, Boston Globe / AP, Philippines Seizes a Fugitive Officer, 181 words
March 12, 1989, Boston Globe, Philippines Accepts New IMF Loan Plan, 212 words
March 19, 1989, Boston Globe, 1988 Was Dangerous Year for Journalists, by Charles A. Radin,
March 23, 1989, Boston Globe, Rating Public Performance, Not Gossip, by Robert L. Turner,
April 2, 1989, Boston Globe / AP, Tito Dupaya, 67 Congressman in the Philippines, 296 words
April 5, 1989, Boston Globe, Standoff in Philippines, 196 words
April 5, 1989, Boston Globe / AP, Imelda is Planning Marcos 'Spectacle', 213 words
April 19, 1989, Boston Globe / AP, Swiss Arrest Khashoggi in Marcos Affair, 567 words
April 21, 1989, Boston Globe, Rev. Francis Paris Missionary in Philippines; at 50, 302 words
April 22, 1989, Boston Globe / AP, Filipino Rebels Blamed in Killing of US Colonel, 549 words
April 22, 1989, New York Times, Col. James Rowe, 51, War Hero, Is Killed in an Ambush in Manila,
April 23, 1989, New York Times, Philippine Rebels Say They Killed U.S. Colonel,
May 1, 1989, AP / New York Times, Communist Rebels in Manila Kill Two of Aquino's Guards,
May 7, 1989, Boston Globe / AP, Japan Eager to Offer Aid to Philippines, 252 words
May 8, 1989, Boston Globe, An Absorbing Look at US-Filipino Relations, by Tom Ashbrook, 700+ words
May 20, 1989, Boston Globe / AP, Immigration Official Who Attended Party for Marcos Faces Dismissal,
May 22, 1989, Boston Globe / AP, No Improvement Cited in Marcos' Condition, 210 words
May 28, 1989, Boston Globe, How the Experts See It, Thomas Gold, by Jonathan Kaufman, 700+ words
May 28, 1989, Boston Globe / AP, Arms Spending Said to Outpace Economic Growth, 483 words
May 28, 1989, Boston Globe, IMF Approves Loans Under US Debt Plan, 260 words
May 30, 1989, Boston Globe / AP, Thousands Strike in the Philippines, 234 words
May 31 1989, Boston Globe, The Many Faces of President Aquino, by Stan Grossfeld, 700+ words
May 31, 1989, Boston Globe / AP, Philippine Union Threatens to Strike, 211 words
May 31, 1989, Boston Globe / AP, Philippines to Hike Its Minimum Wage, 216 words
June 28, 1989, Boston Globe / AP, Communists Admit Killing 39 Filipinos, 224 words
June 30, 1989, Boston Globe, $23B Foreign Aid Bill Wins Approval in House, by Adam Pertman,
July 1, 1989, Boston Globe, Marcos 'A Little Better', 214 words
July 8, 1989, Boston Globe / AP, Baker Seeks Support in Southeast Asia, 581 words
July 19, 1989, Boston Globe, Typhoon Aftermath, 186 words
July 21, 1989, Boston Globe, Flooding in Philippines,
July 21, 1989, Boston Globe, As Manila Seeks Aid, Washington Will Face a Hard Sell on Bases,
July 28, 1989, Boston Globe, Ambassadors on the Money-Go-Round, by H.D.S. Greenway,
August 5, 1989, Boston Globe, Anticommunist Rally in the Philippines, 179 words
August 17, 1989, Boston Globe / AP, Philippines Reaches Agreement with Banks to Cut $28B Debt,
August 20, 1989, Boston Globe / AP, Filipino Lawmaker Offers Compromise, 273 words
August 30, 1989, New York Times, Afghan Rebels Losing Against the Enemy Within, by John F. Burns,September 6, 1989, Boston Globe, Richardson Seen As Head of Philippine Aid Plan, by Adam Pertman,
September 10, 1989, Boston Globe / AP, Philippine Clash Leaves Four Dead, 226 words
September 11, 1989, Boston Globe / AP, Storm Leaves 8 Dead in North Philippines, 261 words
September 11, 1989, Boston Globe / AP, 21 Reported Killed in Philippines Clash, 207 words
September 14, 1989, Boston Globe, Typhoon's Fury, 198 words
September 17, 1989, Boston Globe, Philippines Rescue, 175 words
September 28, 1989, Boston Globe / AP, As Quayle Visits, Aquino Agrees to Base Talks, 700+ words
September 28, 1989, Boston Globe / AP, 2,000 Filipinos Protest Quayle, US Bases, 700+ words
September 29, 1989, Boston Globe, The Philippine Potential, 489 words
September 29, 1989, Boston Globe, Ex-Philippines Ruler Marcos Dies in Exile,
September 29, 1989, Boston Globe, A Master at Managing Us, by Tom Ashbrook, 700+ words
September 29, 1989, New York Times, Autocrat With a Regal Manner, Marcos Ruled for 2 Decades, by Eric Pace,
October 4, 1989, Boston Globe, Pressing for Burial, 199 words
October 8, 1989, Boston Globe, Philippine Service Will Honor Pease, by Laurie J. Storey; 476 words
October 10, 1989, Boston Globe, Bomb Attack in Manila, 197 words
October 10, 1989, New York Times, U.S. Asserts Soviet Advisers Are Fighting in Afghanistan, by Robert Pear,October 12, 1989, Boston Globe / AP, Manila Says Marcos Disobeyed Injunction, 258 words
October 12, 1989, Boston Globe, Tropical Storm Sweeps Philippines, 187 words
October 21, 1989, New York Times, After 20 Years, Philippine Insurgency Falters, by Steven Erlanger,
October 23, 1989, Boston Globe / AP, 14 Die as 9 Flee Philippine Prison, 200 words
November 4, 1989, Boston Globe, Anti-US Demonstrators in Philippines, 187 words
November 8, 1989, Boston Globe, Aquino's Lost Promise, 447 words .
November 10, 1989, Boston Globe, Bush, Aquino Discuss Bases in Philippines, by John W. Mashek,
November 16, 1989, Orlando Sentinel, Suspected Muslim rebels knocked out power lines,
November 18, 1989, Boston Globe, Philippine Region Girds for Voting, 228 words
November 21, 1989, Boston Globe, Inspecting Ballot Boxes, 179 words
November 26, 1989, Boston Globe / AP, Marcos Ally Back in Philippines, 297 words
December 1, 1989, Boston Globe / AP, Coup Try in Manila; US Vows Aid Bush Responds to Aquino Plea for Military Help,
December 1, 1989, New York Times, Rebels in Philippine Army Bomb Aquino Palace and Attack Bases, Sheila Coronel,
December 1, 1989, New York Times, Philippine Coup Attempts,
December 2, 1989, Boston Globe, Shipboard Summit Freighted with Expectations, by Stephen Kurkjian,
December 2, 1989, Boston Globe / AP, US Aides Forces Battling Philippine Rebels, by Oliver Teves,
December 2, 1989, Boston Globe, US Moved Fast to Aid Aquino; Bush Officials Hope Providing Air Cover Demonstrated Resolve in Crisis, by Michael Kranish, Globe Staff, 700+ words
December 3, 1989, New York Times, Philippine Rebels Invade Army Base and Finance Area; Outcome Seems Unclear,
December 4, 1989, Boston Globe, Collective Spirits Weren't Raised, by Ed Siegel, 700+ words
December 5, 1989, New York Times, Manila Embassy Warns Americans, by David E. Sanger,
December 6, 1989, New York Times, Cease-Fire in Manila Allows For Evacuation of Foreigners, by David E. Sanger,
December 6, 1989, Boston Globe / AP, Truce Called in Manila; Rescue Begins, by Eileen Guerrero,
December 7, 1989, Boston Globe, Coup Bid 'Finished,' Says Aquino Adviser; Rebels to Return to Barracks,
December 7, 1989, New York Times, Philippine Rebel Troops Surrender In Business District of the Capital, Steven Erlanger,
December 8, 1989, New York Times, Aquino and the Military: A Threat, but Protection, by Steven Erlanger,
December 8, 1989, New York Times, Officials in Philippines Tell How Leadership Nearly Lost, by David E. Sanger,
December 9, 1989, New York Times, Aquino Accuses 3 of Leading Rebels, by David E. Sanger,
December 14, 1989, Boston Globe / AP, Legislature Moves to Give Emergency Power to Aquino,
December 15, 1989, The New York Times, Gunmen in Manila Hit U.S. Compound, by Robert Pear,
December 22, 1989, Boston Globe, The Parent That Won't Allow Its Children to Grow Up, by H. D. S. Greenway,
December 24, 1989, Boston Globe, Did We Need This War, Mr. President?, by David Nyhan,
December 24, 1989, Boston Globe, The Decade
December 25, 1989, Boston Globe / AP, US Office Target in Philippines, 201 words
December 28, 1989, Boston Globe, Flight by US Jets Fuels Philippine Debate on Bases, by Colin Nickerson,
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January 2, 1990, Boston Globe, A School of Soldiers -- And Sedition, by Colin Nickerson,
January 3, 1990, Boston Globe, New Philippine Cabinet, 248 words
January 4, 1990, Boston Globe, Rallying Behind the Big Bush Blunder, by David Nyhan,
January 5, 1990, Boston Globe, Unsettling Questions Amid the High Spirits, Stephen Kurkjian, Adam Pertman,
January 5, 1990, Boston Globe / AP, Rights Group Hits US Foreign Policy, 236 words
January 7, 1990, AP / New York Times, Philippine Rebels Kill Mayor and Threaten G.I.'s,
January 7, 1990, AP, Philippine Rebels Kill Mayor and Threaten G.I.'s,
January 10, 1990, New York Times, Real Estate; Sprucing Up Marcos Gem On Wall St., Richard D Lyons
January 13, 1990, AP, Marcos Allies Held Liable in Deaths of Foes,
January 17, 1990, Boston Globe, Bush Seeks to Re-Allot Foreign Aid, by Adam Pertman,
January 18, 1990, Boston Globe / AP, Bush Sends Aide to Philippines to Reassure Aquino of US Support,
January 18, 1990, New York Times, Bush Aide Is Sent to Manila To Dramatize U.S. Support, Robert Pear
January 22, 1990, Boston Globe / AP, Marcos Mother is Entombed, 206 words
January 29, 1990, New York Times, Manila Arrests Fugitive General For Role in December Rebellion
February 1, 1990, New York Times, Letter, Philippines Don't Need Special Powers Chief
February 7, 1990, New York Times, Aquino's Rule Is Imperiled as Foes Multiply and 'People Power' Grows Frail, by Luisita Lopez Torregrosa,
February 14, 1990, Boston Globe, US Said to Seek Troop Cuts in Asia, 252 words
February 14, 1990, Boston Globe / AP, Cheney Sees Difficulty in Philippines Base Talks, 337 words
February 15, 1990, New York Times, Official Islam Proving Gentler in Bangladesh, by Barbara Crosette,
February 17, 1990, New York Times, Marcos Switches to Maverick for Her Defense,by Craig Wolff,
February 18, 1990, Boston Globe, Politics--America's Latest Export with Democracy Resurgent, US Campaign Operatives Head Overseas, by Chris Black, Globe Staff, 700+ words
February 19, 1990, Boston Globe / AP, Cheney Facing Aquino Snub, 462 words
February 21, 1990, Boston Globe, Cheney Arrives for Tokyo Talks,
February 22, 1990, Boston Globe, Shortchanging the Philippines, 454 words
February 24, 1990, New York Times, Anger in Congress Over Aquino's Snub, by Susan F. Rasky,
February 28, 1990, New York Times, Manila Seizes Ex-Defense Chief, Citing Tie to Coup
February 28, 1990,New York Times, Letter, Philippine Support for Aquino Continues
March 1, 1990, New York Times, Ex-Banker to Help U.S. in Marcos Case
March 5, 1990, New York Times, 14 Die as Philippine Troops Fight Rebel Governor
March 5, 1990, New York Times,, No Snub Intended in Cheney's Manila Visit
March 5, 1990, Los Angeles Times, Philippine Troops Hit Rebel Town Supporters Of Renegade...,
March 7, 1990, Boston Globe / AP, Key December Coup Suspect Freed on Bail in Philippines, 540 words
March 7, 1990, New York Times, Manila Court Frees Aquino Opponent on Bail, by Steven Erlanger,
March 16, 1990, New York Times, Review/Film; Mingling Sex and Politics In a Gay Bar in Manila, by Caryn James,
March 16, 1990, Boston Globe, Imelda R. Marcos Heading for Hearing, 189 words
March 17, 1990, New York Times, Hints of Strategies Emerge in Arguments at Hearing in Marcos Case, by Craig Wolff,
March 19, 1990, New York Times, Marcos Jury Faces Issues Of Diplomacy And the Law, by Craig Wolff,
March 21, 1990 , New York Times, Marcos Art Sale Discussed
March 21, 1990 , New York Times, Jury Screening Starts in Marcos Trial, by Craig Wolff,
March 21, 1990, Boston Globe / AP, Jury Selection Begins in N.Y. Trial of Marcos, 516 words
March 21, 1990, Boston Globe, Marcos Trial Begins, 172 words
March 23, 1990, New York Times, Waging War of Words at Marcos Trial, by Craig Wolff,
March 27, 1990, New York Times, Coral Reefs Off 20 Countries Face Assaults From Man and Nature
March 28, 1990, New York Times, Marcos Trial Fascinates and Splits Filipinos
March 29, 1990, AP, Philippine Army Destroys a Guerrilla Camp
April 3, 1990, New York Times, Strategies Show Sharp Contrasts in Marcos Trial, by Craig Wolff,
April 4, 1990, New York Times, Lawyers Begin Marcos Trial In Air of Raucous Contention, Craig Wolff,
April 5, 1990, New York Times, Witness Tells of Marcos Co-op Deal, by Craig Wolff,
April 6, 1990, New York Times, Marcos Role in Big Investments Is Recounted, by Craig Wolff,
April 7, 1990, New York Times, Ex-Bank Officer Says He Got Marcos Interest,
April 8, 1990, Seattle Times / Chicago Tribune, Moslems In Chinese Province Stage Riots For Independence, by Uli Schmetzer,
April 10, 1990, New York Times, Marcos Said to Have Wept for Gift Of Skyscraper From Her Husband,
April 11, 1990, New York Times, Arab Militants Release 3 After Qaddafi Intervenes, Youssef M. Ibrahim
April 11, 1990, New York Times, Bush Names Envoy for Manila Talks, by Robert Pear,
April 11, 1990, Boston Globe / AP, Armitage Named to Diplomatic Post, 202 words
April 12, 1990, New York Times, Omens of Intolerance Among Cairo's Muslims, by Alan Cowell,
April 12, 1990,New York Times, On My Mind; A Kind of Treachery, by A. M. Rosenthal
April 15, 1990, Boston Globe / AP, Philippine Rebel Leaders Warn Against Intervention by US, 624 words
April 18, 1990, New York Times, Witness Calls Commissions Routine in Marcos Dealings, by Craig Wolff,
April 19, 1990, Seattle Times / Chicago Tribune, Rebels' Fervor Builds In Northwest China -- Turkic Minorities Talk Of Holy War, by Uli Schmetzer,
April 20, 1990, New York Times,6 Notebooks at Marcos Trial Detail 5 Years of Spending, Craig Wolff,
April 23, 2000, New York Times, Filipino Army Attacks Rebels Holding Hostages, p 10,
April 24, 1990, Boston Globe / AP, Art Identified in Marcos Case, 257 words
April 24, 1990, Orlando Sentinel, Bank Will Be Handed Over To Philippine Government,
April 26, 1990, Boston Globe / AP, Philippines Crash Kills Six Persons, 240 words
May 1, 1990, New York Times, Ex-Banker Tells of Secret Marcos Accounts, by Craig Wolff,
May 2, 1990, New York Times, Scores of Filipinos Are Hurt in Clashes At Anti-U.S. Rallies
May 2, 1990, Boston Globe / AP, 2 May Day Rallies Assail US Forces, 231 words
May 5, 1990, AP, U.S. Marine Is Shot to Death Near Base in the Philippines
May 6, 1990, AP, U.S. Military Cancels Leave After Slaying in Philippines
May 6, 1990, Boston Globe, Marine Slain in Philippines; Had Doubts About Assignment, by Doreen Iudica,
May 14, 1990, New York Times, U.S. May Give Up One of Its Bases In the Philippines, Officials Say,
May 14, 1990, AP, 2 U.S. Airmen Slain in the Philippines
May 15, 1990, New York Times, Manila Bases Talks Open Amid Protests
May 15, 1990, Boston Globe, Marine's Widow Mourns, 174 words
May 16, 1990, Boston Globe / AP, Philippine Rebels Say They Killed Two US Airmen to Protest Bases,
May 16, 1990, New York Times, Manila Gets Tough on U.S. Bases
May 17, 1990, Boston Globe / AP, US Debt Snags Talks on Philippine Bases, 607 words
May 18, 1990, Boston Globe / AP, Crash Kills 25 in Philippines, 269 words
May 19, 1990, New York Times Phase Out the Philippine Bases.
May 19, 1990, New York Times, U.S. and Philippines Recess Talks On Bases in Mood of Uncertainty
May 24, 1990, New York Times, Focus at Marcos Trial Turns to Khashoggi, by Craig Wolff,
May 27, 1990, New York Times, Marcos Strategy Described at Trial,by Craig Wolff,
May 31, 1990, New York Times, Defense Lawyer Battles Judge at Marcos Trial, by Craig Wolff,
June 1, 1990, New York Times, Marcos Collapses During Her Federal Fraud Trial, by Craig Wolff,
June 2, 1990, New York Times, Marcos Said to Be Recovering After Collapse
June 3, 1990, New York Times, Americans in Philippines Fear More Attacks
June 6, 1990, New York Times, Despite Tension, Marcos to Keep Her Top Lawyer, by Craig Wolff,
June 18, 1990, New York Times, Indignantly, Marcos Defends Her Name, by Craig Wolff,
June 18, 1990, New York Times, Co-defendant in Marcos Case Is Imposing in His Own Way, by Youssef M. Ibrahim,
June 20, 1990, New York Times, Marcos's Lawyers Won't Call Witnesses for Her, by Craig Wolff,
June 20, 1990, New York Times, If Communism Is Waning, Asia Defies the Trend, by Barbara Crossette,
June 21, 1990, New York Times, Judge in Marcos Case Asks, Why Is U.S. Court Hearing It?,Craig Wolff,
June 22, 1990, New York Times, No Dismissal of Marcos Case
June 25, 1990, New York Times, Closing Statements Set in Marcos Theft Trial
June 26, 1990, New York Times, Prosecutor Uses Fiery Statement At Marcos Trial, by Craig Wolff,
June 27, 1990, New York Times, Marcos Was Not a Thief, Defense Says in Summation, by Craig Wolff,
June 27, 1990, Boston Globe / AP, Peace Corps Staff Recalled to Manila, 230 words
June 27, 1990, Boston Globe / AP, Peace Corps Workers Are Pulled Back, 449 words
June 28, 1990, New York Times, Closing Arguments for Khashoggi, by Craig Wolff,
June 28, 1990, New York Times, Under Threat, Peace Corps Is Leaving Philippines by Steven Erlanger,
June 29, 1990, New York Times, Marcos Jury Is Told to Weigh Whether She Avoided 'Truth', by Craig Wolff,
June 29, 1990, Boston Globe / AP, Philippine Soldiers Fire on Mourners; Peace Corps Pulls Out,
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July 1, 1990, New York Times, More Marcos Deliberations
July 2, 1990, New York Times, Filipino Rebels Hold Member Of Peace Corps, U.S. Reports
July 2, 1990, New York Times, Filipino Rebels Hold Member Of Peace Corps, U.S. Reports,
July 3, 1990, Boston Globe / AP, Philippine Official Vows to Try Negotiations to Free American
July 3, 1990, New York Times, The Marcos Verdict; The 'Wrong' Court, by William Glaberson,
July 3, 1990, New York Times, The Imelda Verdict; The Road to Acquittal
July 3, 1990, New York Times, The Marcos Verdict; Marcos Is Cleared of All Charges In Racketeering and Fraud Case, by Craig Wolff,
July 3, 1990, New York Times, The Marcos Verdict; Pariah, or Future President? Philippines Reacts to Verdict
July 4, 1990, New York Times, After Her Acquittal, Marcos Is Now Facing Civil Cases, by Craig Wolff,
July 5, 1990, Boston Globe, Imelda Marcos' Real Misdeeds, 459 words
July 5, 1990, Boston Globe / AP, $15.1 Judgment Clears the Way to Attach Marcos Property in N.Y.,
July 6, 1990, New York Times, Olongapo Journal; Sailors Can't Paint the Town, So Sin Trade Pales, by Steven Erlanger,
July 17, 1990, Boston Globe / AP, Quake Rocks Manila; At Least 108 Dead, Hundreds Injured, by Claro Cortes,
July 17, 1990, Boston Globe / AP, Quake Rocks Manila; At Least 193 Dead,Hundreds Injured, by Claro Cortes,
July 20, 1990, Boston Globe / AP, Quake Toll Passes 600; US Relief Plane Crashes, 503 words
July 21, 1990, Boston Globe / AP, US Soldier Dead in Quake Search, 640 words
July 22, 1990, Boston Globe, Quake's Toll Hits 767 in Philippines, 235 words
July 27, 1990, Boston Globe, Thanks, But Just Send Shoes, by John Engstrom, 700+ words
July 30, 1990, Boston Globe, Manila's Malaise: Inept Handling of Earthquake Symptomatic of Nation's Ills,
August 3, 1990, Boston Globe / AP, Peace Corps Worker Freed in Philippines, 614 words
August 12, 1990, New York Times, Rights Abuses by Manila and Rebels Are Reported,
August 16, 1990, Reuters / New York Times, Philippine Rebel Leader Orders New Attacks,
August 16, 1990, Boston Globe / AP, Philippines to Sell Marcos Art, Silver, 244 words
August 20, 1990, Boston Globe / AP, Philippine Rebels Tied to New Blast, 217 words
August 23, 1990, Reuters / New York Times,, Armed Raids in Pakistan Kill 27 Mohajirs, Diigo,
August 24, 1990, Boston Globe, Trouble's Brewing for 'Witches', by John Engstrom; 700+ words
August 26, 1990, Orlando Sentinel, Philippine Soldiers Suspects In Bombing,
August 29, 1990, Boston Globe, Philippines Alert, 175 words
August 30, 1990, Boston Globe / AP, Aquino, In a Reversal, Offers to Talk Peace with Rebels, 414 words

September, 1990, The Atlantic Monthly, The Roots of Muslim Rage, by Bernard Lewis,
September 17, 1990, Boston Globe / AP, World Bank: Third World Incomes Fell, by Carl Hartman,
September 18, 1990, Boston Globe / AP, Aquino Speaks of 'Orderly' US Pullout, by Eileen Guerrero,
September 19, 1990, Boston Globe / AP, US Wants Philippines to Vote on a Pullout, 486 words
September 19, 1990, Boston Globe, US to Shut Down 150 Bases Abroad, by Fred Kaplan,
September 20, 1990, Boston Globe / AP, US Wants Continued Access to Philippines Bases That It Would Quit,
September 21, 1990, Boston Globe, Philippine Farewell, by H.D.S. Greenway, 700+ words
September 21, 1990, Boston Globe / AP, Philippine Official Says US Bases to Be Shut If Accord is Not Reached, by Oliver Teves,
September 22, 1990, Boston Globe, Philippines Protest, 174 words
September 24, 1990, Orlando Sentinel, Army Rebels Suspected in Manila Hotel Bombings,
October 4, 1990, Boston Globe / AP, Rebels Seize Base in Philippines, Stirring Fears of a Coup Attempt,
October 6, 1990, Boston Globe / AP, Philippine Rebel Leader Surrenders, by Eileen Guerrero,
October 7, 1990, Boston Globe / AP, Bomb Hits Manila Base Where Rebel is Prisoner, 700+ words
October 24, 1990, Seattle Times / Chicago Tribune, 'Deported' Palestinians Missed By Israeli Employers, by Uli Schmetzer,
October 31, 1990, Boston Globe / AP, Labor Leader Held in Philippines, 237 words
November 3, 1990, Boston Globe / AP, Aquino Sees Accords in Marcos Suits, 398 words
November 14, 1990, Boston Globe, US is Permitted Greater Access to Singapore Bases, by Colin Nickerson,
November 14, 1990, Boston Globe, Seeking Shelter From Typhoon Mike,189 words
December 6, 1990, Boston Globe / AP, Gas Prices Soar in the Philippines, 215 words
December 9, 1990, Boston Globe, Kennedy Waves Go-Slow Flag at Bush, by David Nyhan,
December 21, 1990, Boston Globe, Exploring the Theme and Visual Style that Inform Coppola's Films, by Jay Carr,
December 22, 1990, Orlando Sentinel, Aquino Taps Interim Chief For Philippines Military,
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January 1, 1991, Countries of the World, Philippines: Chapter 5B. The Outlawed Political Opposition, by Melinda W. Cooke,
January 1, 1991, Countries of the World, Philippines: Chapter 4A. Government and Politics, by Frederica M. Bunge,
January 1, 1991, Boston Globe / AP, Bush's hawk in the Senate Richard Lugar seen as administration's point man on the Mideast, by Jim Drinkard,
February 14, 1991, Associated Press, The Media Business; Pakistan Paper in English, Diigo,
April 1, 1991, Orlando Sentinel, Kidnappers Set Ransom, Threaten To Kill A Priest,
April 5, 1991, Orlando Sentinel, Aquino Orders Armed Forces To Stop Kidnappings,
April 28, 1991, Reuters, Philippine Family Feud Erupts; 7 Die, 31 Hurt,
June 1991, Library of Congress, Federal Research Division, Philippines - A Country Study, Vigilantes,
June 1, 1991, Seattle Times / Chicago Tribune, Short And Violent: Fighting Cock Leads Brief Life Of Luxury, by Uli Schmetzer,
August 6, 1991, Orlando Sentinel, Philippine Police Capture Top Commander Of Rebels,
September 10, 1991, Seattle Times / Chicago Tribune, Aquino Looks To 'People's Power' In Effort To Save U.S. Bases, by Uli Schmetzer, Diigo,
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February 8, 1992, Seattle Times / Chicago Tribune, Filipinos Pray They'll Survive Campaign, by Uli Schmetzer, Diigo,
March, 1992, The Atlantic Monthly, Jihad Vs. McWorld, by Benjamin Barber,
March 26, 1992, Reuters, 3 Women, Girl Reported Freed in Philippines,
March 28, 1992, Albany Times Union (NY), Peru and Philippines Top Risks Fore Missions,700+ words,
March 26, 1992, The Washington Post, Hostages Freed In Philippines, 255 words,
May 8, 1992, The Washington Post, Infighting Marks Philippine Campaign, by William Branigin,
May 10, 1992, New York Times, The New Struggle for Afghanistan: On All Sides, Nations Seek Influence, by Edward A. Gargan,June, 1992, The Atlantic Monthly, Taking the Offensive, by Mark Edington,
August, 1992, The Atlantic Monthly, Tales from the Bazaar, by Robert D. Kaplan,
August 30, 1992, Seattle Times / Chicago Tribune, Philippine Volcano Ash Covers Four More Towns -- Eight People Killed As Thousands Flee New Eruption, by Uli Schmetzer,
November 13, 1992, New York Times, For Filipino New Dealer, a Hard Road to Recovery, by Philip Shenon,
November 18, 1992, Orlando Sentinel, Filipino To Howard Stern: Those Are Fighting Words,
December 12, 1992, Seattle Times / Chicago Tribune, CIA Buying Back Missiles It Once Gave Away -- Afghan Guerrillas Get 3 Times Actual Value, by Uli Schmetzer, Diigo,
December 14, 1992, Orlando Sentinel, Gunmen Attack Village, Kill 40 Filipinos,
December 31, 1992, Washington Post, Filipino Rebels Free Missionary Seized Oct. 22,
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February 14, 1993, Orlando Sentinel, U.S. Warns Its Travelers Of Danger In Afghanistan,
February 28, 1993, Orlando Sentinel, Airport In The Philippines Bombed,
March 20, 1993, L.A. Times, President's efforts to neutralize Philippine rebels give him much-needed boost,
March 20, 1993, The Straits Times / AFP, p.16, 2 blasts rock Zamboanga; no reports of injuries,
March 31, 1993, The Straits Times / AFP, p.12, Close watch on Mindanao's armed Islamic militants,
April 8, 1993, New York Times, Radical Arabs Use Pakistan as Base for Holy War, by Edward A. Gargan, April 28, 1993, The Straits Times / Reuters, p.14, Christian extremists threaten to kill 3 Philippine Muslims,
May 6, 1993, The Straits Times, p.12, Manila rebels told to free priest and boy or face military attack today
May 7, 1993, The Straits Times, p.16, Priest escaped as Muslim rebels slept,
May 8, 1993, The Straits Times, p.19, Manila troops storm rebel hideout,
May 9, 1993, The Straits Times, p.17, 13 killed in clashes with Philippine kidnappers,
May 10, 1993, The Straits Times, p.16, Manila trying to split communists',
May 13, 1993, The Straits Times, p.26, Ramos has his hands full,
May 14, 1993, The Straits Times / UPI, p.16, Muslim radicals may be behind Manila bombings,
June 5, 1993, The Straits Times / Reuters, p.16, Muslim rebels 'plan to step up raids in Manila',
June 20, 1993, The Straits Times, p.13, Muslim militant group plans bomb attacks, says Philippine military,
August 3, 1993, The Straits Times, p.14, Manila rebels warn of killing hostages,
August 29 1993, Seattle Times, 7 Years After Exile, Marcos Revered In Return For Burial, Robert H. Reid,
September 22, 1993, The Straits Times, p.12, Pay $1.5m ransom, kidnapped Chinese-Filipino tells family,
October 18, 1993, The Straits Times, p.17, 1 killed, 10 injured in grenade attacks in southern Philippines,
October 18, 1993, Seattle Times / Chicago Tribune, Muslims Protesting -- China Arrests Scores Of Leaders, by Uli Schmetzer,
November 9, 1993, Seattle Times News Services, Machine-Gun Fire Blocks Search for Kidnap Victim, Diigo,
November 11, 1993, The Straits Times, p.28, A chance for peace,
November 14, 1993, The Straits Times, p.14, Philippine army 'will attack Muslim guerrillas not covered by...
November 18, 1993, The Straits Times, p.13, Manila puts forces on alert to combat rise in kidnappings,
November 20, 1993, The Straits Times, p.15, Philippines more stable than ever, says Ramos,
November 21, 1993, Straits Times, p.18, News blackout on talks to free US man abducted in Philippines,
November 22, 1993, Straits Times, p.17, No headway made in efforts to free kidnapped American,
November 23, 1993, Straits Times, p.13, US linguist's kidnappers get 72-hour deadline,
November 24, 1993, Straits Times, p.13, Kidnappers' demands should be accepted, says Estrada,
November 26, 1993, Straits Times, p.19, Deadline for linguist's kidnappers extended,
November 27, 1993, Straits Times, p.23, No threat to kill linguist: Estrada,
November 30, 1993, Straits Times, p.12, Businesswoman kidnapped in southern Philippines,
December 9, 1993, The Straits Times, p.13, Philippine kidnappers free US linguist,
December 15, 1993, Orlando Sentinel, Philippine Government To Auction Part Of Refiner,
December 19, 1993, Seattle Times / Chicago Tribune, Pepsi Accused Of Faking Sabotage -- Philippine Police Allege Company Was Involved, by Uli Schmetzer, Diigo,

[Sunday Evening, Dec. 26, 1993, Grenade attack-San Pedro Cathedral, Davao]

December 27, 1993, New York Times, 6 Killed and 130 Are Wounded In Blasts at Philippine Cathedral, Diigo,
December 28, 1993, New York Times, Philippine Mosques Attacked After Grenade Hits Cathedral, Diigo,
December 28, 1993, Orlando Sentinel, Philippines Government Says Typhoon Killed 47,
December 30, 1993, The Straits Times, p.12, Police on guard at Philippine city's 20 mosques,
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1994, War of Numbers, by Sam Adams (Steerforth Press) PrefaceDiigo,
1994, War of Numbers, by Sam Adams, (Steerforth Press) From the Appendix: Diigo,
1994, War of Numbers, by Sam Adams, (Steerforth Press) From Chapter 6: N-DayDiigo,
January 10, 1994, The Straits Times, p.16, Muslim rebels warn Ramos of backlash,
January 2, 1994,The Independent (London,) Militant Islam gives Jakarta the jitters, by Terry McCarthy,
January 13, 1994, The Straits Times, p.16, Islamic Jihad' group bombed cathedral in Philippines,
January 15, 1994, Filipino Express, Violence in Zamboanga: Hundreds flee their homes fearing Abu Sayyaf's,
January 15, 1994, The Filipino Express, RP general wants rebels "dead or alive", by Ben C. Ongoco,
January 23, 1994, The Independent, Militant Islam Gives Jakarta the Jitters, by Terry McCarthy,
March 3, 1994, Filipino Reporter, Muslim extremists linked to blast attack, by Edmund M. Silvestre,
May 27, 1994, Orlando Sentinel, Philippine Military Nabs Mastermind Of Hit Squad,
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June 5, 1994, New York Times, Fighting in the Philippines,
June 5, 1994, Manila Standard, p.3, Troops overrun Sayyaf lair, kill 23 rebels,
June 5, 1994, The Straits Times. p.19, 25 killed In Manila military offensive on Muslim rebels in Jolo,
June 6, 1994, The Straits Times. p.17, Philippine Muslim militants seek help to fight govt force,
June 6, 1994, Manila Standard / PNA, House, p.4, Senate to probe kidnap cases,
June 7, 1994, Manila Standard, p.3, Abu Sayyaf's main camp captured, by Romie Evangelista,
June 7, 1994, The Straits Times. p.13, Dozens injured in Zamboanga bomb blast,
June 7, 1994, Seattle Times News Services, Muslim rebels attack convoy, kill 16 Filipino hostages, Diigo,
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June 8, 1994, Abu Sayyaf Kidnap the Rev. Cirilo Nacorda, Kill 15 Christian Men

June 8, 1994, Mania Standard, MNLF joins war vs Abu Sayyaf, by Roberto G. Burgos,
June 8, 1994, Associated Press / The Buffalo News (NY), Rebels Take Hostages, Kill 15 in PhilippinesDiigo,
June 9, 1994, The Washington Post, Muslim Radicals in Philippines Take Hostages, by William Branigin,
June 9, 1994, Manila Standard, Abu Sayyaf retaliates, kills 15, by Rudy Saavedra and Romie Evangelista,
June 9, 1994, The Straits Times. p.17, Philippine Muslim extremists kill 16 hostages,
June 10, 1994, Manila Standard, Another Sayyaf bomb rocks Mindanao, Rudy Saavedra, Joe Macabalang,
June 10, 1994, The Washington Post, Ransom Sought For 21 Hostages, 275 words,
June 10, 1994, Manila Standard, Another Sayyaf bomb rocks Mindanao, Rudy Saavedra, Joe Macabalang,
June 10, 1994, Orlando Sentinel, Filipino Kidnappers Seek Ransom For 21 Hostages,
June 11, 1994, Manila Standard, AFP freezes operations vs Abu Sayyaf, by Rudy Saavedra,
June 11, 1994, The Straits Times. p.21, Revulsion in Philippines over killing of hostages,
June 12, 1994, The Straits Times. p.19, Philippines suspends hunt for kidnappers,
June 12, 1994, The Straits Times. p.19, Extremist shot dead,
June 12, 1994, The Straits Times. p.19, Rescue teams continue search f. in E. Java for tidal wave victims,
June 12, 1994, p.3, Manila Standard, Pay higher ransom, or we kill hostages, by Rudy Saavedra,
June 12, 1994, p.3, Manila Standard, Suspected Sayyaf member slain in escape attempt,
June 13, 1994, Manila Standard, p.3, Sayyaf may free 21 hostages today, by Rudy Saavedra,
June 13, 1994, Manila Standard, p.3, DECS to grant demands of Abu Sayyaf gang for kidnaped mentors,
June 13, 1994, Manila Standard / AP, p.3, Misuari appeals to stop fighting,
June 13, 1994, Manila Standard, p.9, Who asked for emergency rule in Basilan? by Luis D. Beltran,
June 13, 1994, Manila Standard, p.12, Main Philsat earth station operational,
June 13, 1994, The Straits Times. p.16, Muslim rebels to free hostages today,
June 14, 1994, The Washington Post, Filipino Rebels Free Hostages, 263 words,
June 14, 1994, The Straits Times. p.15, Abu Sayyaf frees 20 hostages,
June 14, 1994, The Straits Times. p.15, 'Lost commands' that won't hesitate to kill,
June 14, 1994, Manila Standard, p.3, 20 Hostages Freed, by Rudy Saavedra,
June 14, 1994, Manila Standard, p.11, Death for T-bill swindlers? by Ariel Bocobo,
June 15, 1994, Manila Standard, p.3, Sayyaf gang using priest as shield, by Joem H. Macaspac,
June 15, 1994, The Straits Times. p.11, Ramos rebuffs kidnappers but officials 'reimburse' captors,
June 16, 1994, The Straits Times. p.13, Moro rebels kill cop and capture 29 others,
June 16, 1994, Manila Standard, p.3, Abu Sayyaf still holding priest hostage, by Bobby Burgos,
June 16, 1994, Manila Standard, p.3, Jungle warfare experts deployed vs. extremists, by Fel V. Maragay,
June 16, 1994, Manila Standard, p.9, FVR's 'no-ransom policy': An Admission of defeat, Luis D. Beltran,
June 16, 1994, Filipino Reporter, 20 rebels killed in police raid in Sulu, by Reuben Seguritan,
June 16, 1994, Filipino Reporter, 3 women die and 50 wounded in 2nd blast, by Reuben Seguritan; 337 words,
June 17, 1994, Manila Standard, p.5, Salapuddin faces rap, by Joem H. Macaspac,
June 19, 1994, Manila Standard, p.3, Abu Sayyaf men spotted in Metro, by Romie Evangelista,
June 19, 1994, Manila Standard, p.5, 2 Senate bills to beef up spy network,
June 20, 1994, The Straits Times. p.17, Seven people killed in two ambushes on Basilan,
June 20, 1994, Manila Standard, p.3, 6 Muslims die in Basilan ambush, by Rudy Saavedra,
June 21, 1994, Manila Standard, p.3, 5 Abu Sayyaf rebels slain, by Romie Evangelista and Rudy Saavedra,
June 21, 1994, AP, Heavy Fighting As Troops Close In On Extremists,
June 22, 1994, Manila Standard, p.3, Troops pummel Abu Sayyaf lair, by Rudy Saavedra,
June 23, 1994, Manila Standard, p.3, Abu Sayyaf terrorists flee lair, by Rudy Saavedra,
June 23, 1994, Manila Standard, p.9, The reason for the news blackout in Basilan, by Luis D. Beltran,
June 24, 1994, Manila Standard, p.9, A new approach to guerilla warfare needed, by Amante E. Bigornia,
June 24, 1994, Manila Standard, p.3, Southcom chief gives conflicting reports on Fr. Nacorda's fate,
June 25, 1994, Manila Standard, p.3, Nacorda turned over to other rebel group, by Rudy Saavedra,
June 25, 1994, Manila Standard, p.5, Top Navy guns in Zamboanga under fire, by Marichu A. Villanueva,
June 25, 1994, The Buffalo News (NY), Attack Fails to Dislodge Muslim Extremist Group, 228 words,
June 26, 1994, Manila Standard, p.3, 5 more Sayyaf men slain, by Rudy Saavedra,
June 27, 1994, Manila Standard / PNA, p.3, Abu Sayyaf wants to drag MNLF to the Mindanao feud,
June 27, 1994, Manila Standard, p.3, 15 MNLF men wounded in clashes,
June 27, 1994, Manila Standard, p.8, Editorial, Basilan alternative,
June 28, 1994, Manila Standard, p.3, Abu Sayyaf eludes military dragnet, by Romie Evangelista,
June 29, 1994, Manila Standard, p.3, 3 bodies of Marines found in Sayyaf's camp,
June 30, 1994, Manila Standard, p.3, Fr. Nacorda still alive but sick, by Roberto G. Burgos,
June 30, 1994, Manila Standard, p.3, Ramos downplays reports on MNLF link with Sayyaf,
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March 13, 1994, New York Times, Blowback From the Afghan Battlefield, by Tim Weiner,
July 10, 1994, Catholic Bishops' Conference of the Philippines, Statement on Father Cirilo Nacorda and the Abbu SayyafDiigo,
July 12, 1994, AP, Kidnappers of Priest Said To Be Near Agreement on Terms of Release,
July 21, 1994, Filipino Reporter, Caution against aliens, by Edmund M. Silvestre, 406 words
July 23, 1994, Seattle Times / Chicago Tribune, Lured To The Shore, Philippines' 'Sea Gypsies' Can't Adapt, by Uli Schmetzer, Diigo,
August 1, 1994, Chicago Sun-Times, Ill. Priest Abducted, Rescued in Philippines,
August 4, 1994, Filipino Reporter, Abu Sayyaf eyed for alien tie, by Edmund M. Silvestre, 318 words,
August 4, 1994, Filipino Reporter, Captured priest not in hands of Moro rebels, says Ramos, by Edmund M. Silvestre,
August 7, 1994, Seattle Times News Services, Muslim Extremist Group Frees Philippine Priest; War Averted, Diigo,
August 8, 1994, Seattle Times, Muslim Extremist Group Frees Philippine Priest; War Averted,
August 11, 1994, Filipino Reporter, Threat to kill priest is aired, by Mercedes Tira Andrei, 374 words,
August 11, 1994, Filipino Reporter, US priest rescuers praised, by Mercedes Tira Andrei, 313 words
September 1, 1994, Filipino Reporter, Abu Sayyaf: RP's enemy No.1, by Edmund M. Silvestre, 400 words,
November 23, 1994, Seattle Times / Chicago Tribune, Plucky Entrepreneurs, Investors Help Revive Former U.S. Navy Base, by Uli Schmetzer, Diigo,
December 8, 1994, Filipino Reporter, 8 missing EMs are dead, by Edmund M. Silvestre, 478 words,
December 8, 1994, Filipino Reporter, Bids may be opposed, by Edmund M. Silvestre; 332 words
December 9, 1994, United Nations Declaration on Measures to Eliminate International Terrorism, annex to UN General Assembly resolution 49/60, UN Doc. A/Res/60/49,
December 10, 1994, Seattle Times News Services, Blast Aboard Philippine Jet to Tokyo Kills 1, Injures 10, Diigo,
December 11, 1994, AP, Seattle Times, Sabotage Probed In Blast On Philippines Airlines, Diigo,
December 12, 1994, Washington Post, Bombed Philippine Jet Lands Safely in Japan, by T. R. Reid,
December 12, 1994, Chicago Sun-Times, Bomb Explodes on Jet; 1 Dies, 306 Safe, Velisarios Kattoulas,
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January 8, 1995, The Filipino Express, U.S. Travel Advisory: Philippines is unsafe, by Ramon L. Cerilles,
January 12, 1995, The Washington Post, Manila Reports Threat Timed to Visit; Arrest of 2 Terror Suspects
January 13, 1995, AP News Archive, Defense Secretary Confirms Two Arrested In Plot Against Pope, by Robert H. Reid, Associated Press, Diigo,
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February 5, 1995, The Filipino Express, Extreme Force, by Arnold Molina Azurin, 700+ words,
February 11, 1995, New York Times, Plans for Bombings Left by Terrorists, Authorities Assert, by David Johnson, Diigo,
February 11, 1995, New York Times, 'Jihad' Gives No Proof Of Muslim Terrorism, by Ibrahim Hooper, Diigo,
February 12, 1995, New York Times, Broad Terror Campaign Is Foiled By Fire in Kitchen, Officials Say, by Philip Shenon, Diigo,
February 14, 1995, New York Times, Bomb Tipster Is Reported To Hate U.S., by John F. Burns,
February 15, 1995, New York Times, Terror Case Informer Is No Hero in His Homeland; Man's Actions in Capturing Accused Trade Center Bomber Draw Scorn in South Africa, by Bill Keller,
February 16, 1995, New York Times, Judge to Pick New Lawyer For Suspect in Bombing, by James C. McKinley Jr.,
February 18, 1995, New York Times, Letter, Islamic Extremists Are Active in U.S., by Youssef M. Ibrahim,
February 19, 1995, New York Times, Notebook; Rare Bark Summons Suspects At Prayer, by Richard Bernstein,
February 20, 1995,The Straits Times / Reuter, Page 15, Blast Deaths,
February 20, 1995, The Straits Times, Page 15, Ramos to intruders Depart and leave Spratlys in peace,
February 20, 1995, The Straits Times / AFP, Page 15, KL plans to steer clear of Beijing-Manila dispute,
February 20, 1995, The Straits Times, Page 34, Delays dog Philippine plan for two new airports,
February 21, 1995, New York Times, Self-Portrait Of Informer: An Innocent, by Bill Keller,
February 24, 1995, New York Times, Reports on Algerian Jail Toll Vary Widely, by Youssef M. Ibrahim,
February 27, 1995, New York Times, 36 Held in Pakistan For Mosque Killings,
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March 1, 1995, New York Times, Sheik's Talk at Issue in Trial, by James C. McKinley Jr.,
March 1, 1995, New York Times, Trade Center Bomb Offer, by James C. McKinley Jr.,
March 4, 1995, New York Times, Police Haven't Found Muslim School Vandals, by James C. McKinley Jr.,
March 8, 1995, New York Times, Sheik Didn't Suggest War Against the U.S., by James C. McKinley Jr.,
March 8, 1995, New York Times, Key Witness in Bomb-Plot Trial Admits Lying About His Exploits, by James C. McKinley Jr.,
March 9, 1995, San Jose Mercury News (CA) 6A Front, U.S. Offers $2 Million Reward for Gunmen Who Killed Two,
March 9, 1995, New York Times, Bomb Trial Told of Idea to Kidnap a Judge, by James C. McKinley Jr.,
March 10, 1995, New York Times, U.S. Seeking 3 Gunmen In Karachi, by John F. Burns,
March 11, 1995, New York Times, Bomb and Gunmen Kill 11 at Mosque in Pakistan, by John F. Burns,
March 12, 1995, New York Times, March 5-11: Mayhem in Karachi; 2 U.S. Envoys Are Killed As Violence Spirals, by John F. Burns,
March 14, 1995, New York Times, Trade Center Defendants Plotted to Bomb 12 Jewish Targets, Informer Says, by James C. McKinley Jr.,
March 16, 1995, New York Times, Filipinos Protest Singapore Death Sentence, by Philip Shenon,
March 17, 1995, New York Times, Pakistan Ties 6 To Key Suspect In '93 Bombing, by John F. Burns,
March 19, 1995, New York Times, In Bombing Trial, a Deluge of Details, by Neil MacFarquhar,
March 19, 1995, New York Times, Cleric, in Jail, Declares His Conscience Clear, by Neil MacFarquhar,
March 20, 1995, New York Times, Terror Network Traced to Pakistan, by John F. Burns, Diigo,
March 20, 1995, New Straits Times, Benazir Seeks To Win Us Sympathy,
March 22, 1995, New York Times, Pakistan Asks for U.S. Help in Crackdown on Militants, by John F. Burns, Diigo,
March 23, 1995, New York Times, Lawyer Forces Bomb-Trial Witness to Admit Trail of Lies by James C. McKinley Jr.,
March 24, 1995, The Buffalo News (Buffalo, NY) Muslim Plot to Kill Pope is Described, Diigo,
March 30, 1995, Filipino Reporter, Abu Sayyaf top guns are captured, by Marilyn Abalos, 461 words Diigo,
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April 2, 1995, Associated Press, Pakistani Arrested in Plot Against Pope John Paul II, by Robert H. Reid,
April 3, 1995, The Washington Post, 6 in Manila Linked to N.Y. Bombing; Alleged Muslim Extremists Arrested on Weapons Charges, by Robert H. Reid, 421 words
April 3, 1995, New York Times, Police See Link to Sheik In 6 Arrests, by Philip Shenon,
April 4, 1995, Associated Press, 100 Slain in Philippines by Bandits, Diigo,
April 4, 1995, Time Magazine, Philippine Slaughter,
April 4, 1995, AP / The Columbian (Vancouver) 100 Slain in Philippines by Bandits,
April 4, 1995, Chicago Sun-Times, Philippines Fighting Kills at Least 100, by Romy Tangbawan,
April 5, 1995, New York Times, Muslim Rebels Kill Scores In Philippines, by Philip Shenon,
April 5, 1995, New Paper [Malaysia] Reuter, page 21, 'It Was Like Hell,' Some 200 heavily armed Muslim rebels attacked Ipil town on Mindanao island, [Page ViewDiigo,
April 5, 1995, Chicago Sun-Times, Rebels Kill 100 in Philippines Siege / Military Blames Heavily-Armed Muslim Group, by Romy Tangbawan, Diigo,
April 5, 1995, The Columbian / AP, Town Reels From Attack, by Romy Tangbawan, 609 words,
April 5, 1995, The Washington Post, Guerrillas Attack Philippine City, 336 words,
April 5, 1995,The Independent (London) Muslim rampage kills Christians, 185 words
April 5, 1995, Chicago Sun-Times, Rebels Kill 100 in Philippines Siege; Military Blames Heavily-Armed Muslim Group,
April 5, 1995, San Francisco Chronicle, Philippine Town Attacked, Burned By Islamic Rebels,
April 6, 1995, New Paper [Malaysia] Reuter, page 25, More rebel attacks expected: Mindanao Massacre, Diigo,
April 6, 1995, The Washington Post, Philippine Officials Warn Of More Attacks by Rebels, 379 words,
April 6, 1995, Associated Press / The Columbian (Vancouver, WA), Bandits of Terrorists?, 700+ words,
April 6, 1995, New Paper [Malaysia] Page 25, More rebel attacks expected, [Page View]
April 6, 1995, The Business Times [Malaysia] Page 20, Ramos blames extremist rebel group for Ipil massacre, [Page View]
April 7, 1995, AP / The Independent (London,) Commandos trap Muslim killers, 222 words
April 7, 1995, New York Times, World News Briefs; Filipino Troops Corner Rebels After Attack,
April 7, 1995, The Manila Standard, page 2, Senate probes Ipil carnage, by Marichu Villanueva,
April 7, 1995, The Manila Standard, page 3, Raiders use hostages as human shields,
April 7, 1995, The Manila Standard, page 3, Ramos sacks Southcom chief, by Fel V. Maragay,
April 7, 1995, The Manila Standard, "Abu Sayyaf: Bandits or global terrorists?" by Robert H. Reid,
April 7, 1995, The Manila Standard, Lessons from the raid on Ipil, by Amante E. Bigornia, page 9
April 7, 1995, The Manila Standard, page 8, Editorial, Fanciful speculations,
April 7, 1995, The Manila Standard, page 6, Nikki: What intelligence?
April 8, 1995, New York Times, Another Plot Is Laid to Bombing Suspect, by Philip Shenon,
April 8, 1995, The Business Times, Page 3, Philippine army in running battles with Muslim gunmen, Diigo,
April 8, 1995, The Business Times [Malaysia] Page 3, Philippine army in running battles with Muslim gunmen, [Page View]
April 8, 1995, New York Times, Another Plot Is Laid to Bombing Suspect, by Philip Shenon,
April 8, 1995, Orlando Sentinel, Filipino Troops Chasing Muslim Gunmen In Hills,
April 8, 1995, Manila Standard, page 6, 'Crucifixion': Penitence that persists in Bulacan, Carmela B. Reyes,
April 8, 1995,The Independent (London,) Philippines rebels take to the hills, 228 words
April 8, 1995, Albany Times Union, Another Plot Tied to Bombing Suspect,
April 8, 1995, Chicago Sun-Times, Philippine Fighting Leaves 17 Dead; 5 Hostages Die As Troops Battle Muslim Rebels, by Ruben Alabastro,
April 8, 1995, Chicago Sun-Times, Philippine Fighting Leaves 17 Dead // 5 Hostages Die As Troops Battle,
April 8, 1995, Manila Standard, page 10, Globalizing terror, by Alex Magno,
April 8, 1995, Manila Standard, page 11, The opposition gloats over Ipil tragedy,
April 8, 1995, Manila Standard, page 3, 5 hostages killed in Zambo offensive,
April 9, 1995, Manila Standard, page 3, Zambo folk demand arms, by Romy Tangbawan,
April 9, 1995, Manila Standard, page 8, Editorial, A demand for arms,
April 9, 1995, The Buffalo News, Filipinos Plead for Help as Muslims Attack Town,
April 10, 1995, The Straits Times, p.16, Filipinos fear mounting Muslim terrorism,
April 10, 1995, Straits Times, p.17, KL to rebut Time charge that country was training ground for terrorist,
April 10, 1995, The Columbian (Vancouver), Military Claims to Have Rebels Surrounded,,700+ words,
April 10, 1995, Orlando Sentinel, Philippine Military Says 19 Muslim Extremists Dead,
April 10, 1995, Manila Standard, page 3, MNLF link to Ipil massacre eyed,
April 10, 1995, Manila Standard, page 3, People cower in fear,
April 10, 1995, Manila Standard, page 3, No arms for Ipil townsfolk,
April 11, 1995, The Business Times [Malaysia] Page 3, Philippine economy grows by at least 4.8% in first quarter, [Page View]
April 11, 1995, Manila Standard, page 1, Ramos fires envoy, suspends 9 others,
April 11, 1995, Manila Standard, page 18, Manila on alert for terrorist attacks,
April 11, 1995, Manila Standard, page 2, Pakistani linked to Sayyaf pope-slay plot airs side,
April 11, 1995, Manila Standard, page 3, Plot to assassinate Misuari bared
April 11, 1995, Manila Standard, page 3, Troops pin down Sayyaf rebels,
April 11, 1995, Manila Standard, page 9, Ipil burning, by Jerry Barican,
April 11, 1995, Manila Standard, page 10, Playing to the lynching mob, by Alex Magno
April 11, 1995, The Columbian / AP, Villagers Flee Mountains in Philippines,
April 11, 1995, Jerusalem Post / AP, Radical Filipino group linked to Mideast,
April 11, 1995, The Columbian (Vancouver, WA) Villagers Flee Mountains in Philippines,
April 12, 1995, New York Times, Trade Center Bombing Suspect Says Aim was Killing of 'Zionist' by James C. McKinley Jr.,
April 12, 1995, New York Times, Arafat's Police in Gaza Widen Crackdown on Muslim Radicals, by Clyde Haberman,
April 12, 1995, New York Times, Foreign Affairs; Have You Heard?, by Thomas L. Friedman,
April 12, 1995, New York Times, Clinton is Seeking to Pay Pakistans for Blocked Arms, by Todd S. Purdum,
April 12, 1995, AP / The Columbian (Vancouver, WA) Raid Aimed to End Talks,
April 12, 1995 The Columbian / AP, Raid Aimed to End Talks,
April 12, 1995, Manila Standard, page 24, Ipil drive pressed; residents flee homes,
April 12, 1995, The Business Times [Malaysia] Page 12, A signal for Ramos, [Page View]
April 13, 1995, New York Times, Palestinians Keep Families In the Dark About Trials, by Joel Greenberg,
April 13, 1995, Manila Standard, page 2, MNLF ceasefire review eyed, by Fel V. Maragay,
April 13, 1995, Manila Standard, page 2, Exodus from Zambo Sur continues,
April 13, 1995, Manila Standard, page 2, No need for rewards, says Ramos,
April 13, 1995, Manila Standard, page 3, Abu Sayyaf leader sighted in Basilan,
April 13, 1995, The Straits Times, p.17, Tighter security in Zamboanga for Easter Week,
April 13, 1995, Filipino Reporter, 6 Muslim extremists held: Police link them to World Trade Center,
April 13, 1995, Filipino Reporter, Sheik calls link 'unfair', by Edmund M. Silvestre; 581 words
April 13, 1995, Filipino Reporter, 6 Muslim extremists held: Police link them to World Trade Center, by Edmund M. Silvestre; 435 words
April 14, 1995, AP / The Columbian, Charges Filed Against 19 in Raid on Town,
April 14, 1995, The Columbian (Vancouver, WA), Charges Filed Against 19 in Raid on Town,
April 16, 1995, The Gadsden Times / Associated Press, Filipino police ordered to crush extremists,
April 16, 1995, The Straits Times, p.16, Charges filed against 19 linked to raid on Philippine town,
April 16, 1995,The Independent (London,) Afghani veterans fan out to spread the word - and terror
April 16, 1995, Newsday, Terrorism Evidence Destroyed, by David Kocieniewski,
April 16, 1995, Associated Press, Philippines Believes Saudi Jailed In California Is Key Figure In Extremist Network, by Robert H. Reid,
April 16, 1995, Japan Economic Newswire, Mideast Islamic Radicals Training Philippine Muslims, by Dario B. Agnote,
April 17, 1995, The Straits Times, p.17, Manila tightens security after reports of landing by insurgents,
April 17, 1995, Time Magazine, Death in the Afternoon,
April 17, 1995, AP / Buffalo News (NY), Arab Jailed in U.S. Tied to Terrorism;, by Robert H. Reid,
April 17, 1995, Time Magazine, Death in the Afternoon, by Anthony Speath, John Colmey, Nelly Sindayen,
April 17, 1995, Manila Standard, page 3, An Arab jailed in California key to extremists' network,
April 17, 1995, Manila Standard, page 3, Ipil attackers pinned down, Rudy Saavedra, Romie Evangelista,
April 17, 1995, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Jailed Arab Said To Be Key Terrorist,
April 17, 1995, The Daily Gazette / Associated Press, Arab Held In Calif, Said Key In Extremist Ring, by Robert H. Reid,
April 17, 1995, The Southeast Missourian, Arab Businessman Suspected Figure In Terrorism,
April 17, 1995, Bangor Daily News / Associated Press, Saudi Jailed In Us May Be Key Figure,
April 18, 1995, San Francisco Chronicle, Saudi Businessman Denies Link to Terrorism: 4 months in jail in Bay Area -- immigration case, by Rick DelVecchio,
April 18, 1995, Manila Standard, page 3, Abu Sayyaf men execute 14 hostages, by Rudy Saavedra,
April 18, 1995,The Independent (London,) Muslims kill 14 Christian hostages, 209 words
April 18, 1995, The Straits Times, p.15, Muslim militants slip through military cordon,
April 19, 1995, The Straits Times, p.3, Survivor witnessed beheading of hostages,
April 19, 1995, The Straits Times, p.15, Manila official casts doubts on peace talks with Muslim rebels,
April 19, 1995, Manila Standard, page 3, Misuari confirms existence of MNLF breakaway faction,
April 19, 1995, Manila Standard, page 3, Malacanang studying ceasefire suspension,
April 19, 1995, Manila Standard, page 3, Mindanao Bosnia-in-making?
April 20, 1995, Manila Standard, page 2, Two more gunships sent to Zambo Sur, by Rudy Saavedra,
April 20, 1995, Manila Standard, page 2, Stragglers kill 2 policemen,
April 20, 1995, Manila Standard, page 2, Ipil no military job---Ramos,
April 21, 1995, New York Times, New York Trial; Defense Denied Mistrial Request Over Oklahoma Blast Publicity, by Joseph P. Fried,
April 21, 1995, New York Times, Islam in Oklahoma; Fear About Retaliation Among Muslim Groups, by Emily M. Bernstein,
April 21, 1995,The Independent (London,) Bomb trail leads back to World Trade Center, David Usborne,
April 21, 1995, Manila Standard, page 3, Most of Sayyaf men back in home bases, says AFP,
April 21, 1995, Manila Standard, page 3, Ramos urges global anti-terror drive,
April 21, 1995, Manila Standard, page 3, RP, Pakistan OK anti-terrorist action,
April 21, 1995, Manila Standard, page 3, NSC to take up Sayyaf arms sources,
April 23, 1995, The Filipino Express, Abu Sayyaf raid has links to international terrorists, by Dave Veridiano, Diigo,
April 23, 1995, The Filipino Express, Manila crimes soar, by Dave Veridiano,
April 23, 1995, New York Times, Sheik's Tapped Calls Entered in Terrorism Trial, by Joseph P. Fried,
April 24, 1995, New York Times, Terror in Oklahoma: Bias Attacks; Muslims Continue to Feel Apprehensive, by Melinda Henneberger,
April 24, 1995, Japan Economic Newswire, Ramos Asks US Not to Deport Saudi Businessman, by Dario B. Agnote,
April 24, 1995, The Straits Times, p.20, Abu Sayyaf has global terrorist links: Manila,
April 25, 1995, The Straits Times, p.15, Manila comes to terms with new insurgency forces,
April 25, 1995, New Paper [Malaysia] Page 4, New forces, [Page View]
April 26, 1995, Associated Press, Accused Terrorist says Jordan Offers Better Chance at Fair Trial, by Ellen Knickmeyer,
April 27, 1995, Filipino Reporter, Saudi trader held in Calif. linked to Muslim extremists, by Prudencio R. Europa; 601 words,
April 28, 1995, The Straits Times, p.17, Nine held in Philippines for 'world terrorist links',
April 29, 1995, The Straits Times, p.21, Philippine cop gets the sack for wrong report,
April 29, 1995,The Independent (London,) Islamic raid puts talks in doubt, 221 words...
April 30, 1995, The Filipino Express, Six bombing suspects refuse to enter plea, by Kathleen M. Dijamco,
April 30, 1995, The Filipino Express, Moslem rebels kill hostages, by Marites Sison-Paez,
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May 1, 1995, The Straits Times, p.19, Ramos calls again for meeting on terrorism,
May 2, 1995, Seattle Times News Services, Philippines Secures Help From Mainstream Guerrillas, Diigo,
May 2, 1995, New York Times, In Plea Deal, Jerseyan to Testify in Terror Trial, by Joseph P. Fried,
May 4, 1995, New York Times, Ex-Aide Ties Sheik to Call For Violence, by Joseph P. Fried,
May 4, 1995, Filipino Reporter, Felina Speaks: Terror where least expected, by Felina Saguil, 447 words
May 5, 1995, United Press International, Alleged Terrorist Deported to Jordan,May 7, 1995, The Straits Times, p.16, Philippine polls hopefuls make last pitch for votes,
May 9, 1995, New York Times, Sheik's Lawyer Portrays Federal Witness as Liar, by Joseph P. Fried,
May 10, 1995, New York Times, U.S. Witness Admits Silence On Death Plot, by Joseph P. Fried,
May 10, 1995, The Straits Times, p.16, Manila cracks down on foreign students who overstay,
May 10, 1995, The Independent (London,) Ramos claims election victories victory, by Raymond Whitaker;
May 13, 1995, The Economist (US) Southern terror: Philippines, (separatists on Mindanao), 640 words,
May 15, 1995, US News and World Report, The Curious Tale of a Terrorist (Mohammad Khalifa) by Louise Lief and Ian James,
May 21, 1995, The Straits Times, p.6, Making sense of trends in the Islamic world,
May 22, 1995, The Straits Times, p.24, Mindanao 'could be new Bosnia',
May 22, 1995, New Paper [Malaysia] Page 4, Mindano next Bosnia: Ramos, [Page View]
May 25, 1995, The Washington Post, Spoilers of the Peace; Militant Young Muslim Force Emerges in Philippines as Older Rebels Negotiate, by Keith B. Richburg,
May 26, 1995, The Straits Times, p.16, Abu Sayyaf group 'has international links',
May 27, 1995, Los Angeles Times / Seattle Times, Terrorist Plot Targeted 11 U.S. Airliners In Day -- Muslim Extremist Leader Had Developed Undetectable Nitro Bombs, Records Show, by Charles P. Wallace, Diigo,
May 28, 1995, Los Angeles Times, Weaving a Wide Web Of Terror: The plan, officials say, was to blow up 11 U.S. airliners in one day. The probe into the foiled plot points to the accused mastermind of the trade center blast and to a network of Muslim veterans of the Afghan War, by Charles Wallace,
May 28, 1995, Los Angeles Times, Project Bojinka, by Charles P. Wallace, 700+ words,
May 30, 1995, The Straits Times, p.15, 21 Extremists Held,
May 31, 1995, Seattle Times News Services, 2 Muslim extremist leaders escape jail in the Philippines, Diigo,
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June 1, 1995, The Columbian (Vancouver, WA) Suspected Militant Leaders Escape,
June 2, 1995, The Straits Times, p.23, Two Escape,
June 4, 1995, The Filipino Express, FVR unveils Zamboanga economic plan, by Kathleen Dijamco,
June 6, 1995, The Straits Times, p.15, Schools Alert,
June 12, 1995, The Straits Times, p.17, Manila gears up for possible attacks by the Abu Sayyaf,
June 15, 1995, Filipino Reporter, 2 radical Muslim officers flee jail, by Edmund M. Silvestre, 374 words, Diigo,
June 16, 1995, New York Times, World News Briefs; 10 Killed in Karachi As Gunmen Raid Offices,
June 17, 1995, Rocky Mountain News, Rest of Bombing Story a Mystery, Despite Prosecution, Nagging Questions About Conspiracy Theory Remain, by Lou Kilzer and Kevin Flynn,
June 18, 1995, The Filipino Express, Government and rebels clash again in Zamboanga, 20 killed: Military,
June 19, 1995, The Business Times [Malaysia] Failure of peace talks could lead to war: Filipino Muslim politician, [Page View]
June 20, 1995, The Straits Times, p.17, It's war if peace talks fail, says Philippine Muslim chief,
June 22, 1995, Seattle Times News Services, Philippine extremists free boy, 10, after four months, Diigo,
June 22, 1995, The Straits Times, p.17, One dead, 20 injured in blasts at Zamboanga ammo depot,
June 24, 1995, The Business Times [Malaysia] page 19, Muslim extremism in the Philippines, by Referico V. Magdelena, Diigo,
June 24, 1995, The Business Times [Malaysia] Page 19, Muslim extremism in the Philippines, by Dr. Federico V. Magdalena, [Page View]
June 26, 1995, New York Times, Muslim Militants Kill 33 in Karachi, Diigo,
June 29, 1995, Filipino Reporter, Peace in offing-Misuari, by Edmund M. Silvestre; 402 words
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July 2, 1995, The Filipino Express, Moslem Leader Says, Failure of dialogue may mean war, by Butch Franco,
July 4, 1995, The Straits Times, p.14, Manila to invest $2b in troubled Mindanao,
July 4, 1995, The Straits Times, p.14, Teachers Transferred,
July 5, 1995, The Straits Times, p.14, Act quickly on peace, MNLF chief urges Ramos,
July 6, 1995, The Straits Times, p.16, Trio Freed,
July 6, 1995, Filipino Reporter, Eye in L.A.: Our Muslim brothers, by John L. Shinn III, 700+ words,
July 8, 1995, The Straits Times, p.33, War and peace come to crossroads in Philippines,
July 9, 1995, The Filipino Express, Moslem-RP gov't talks bring fresh hopes for peace, by Carlito Pablo,
July 13, 1995, Filipino Reporter, Moslem bandits free 3 teachers, by Edmund M. Silvestre, 489 words,
July 13, 1995, New York Times, Letter, U.S.I.A. Earns Its Keep In Pakistan Violence, by L. Scott Gould, Diigo,
July 19, 1995, Agence France-Presse, Jordan Court Frees Saudi, Upholds Death Penalty on 10,
July 20, 1995, New York Times, World News Briefs; Ethnic Battles in Karachi Claim 30 More Lives,
July 23, 1995, Seattle Times News Services, Troops sent to Philippine island to quell uprising, Diigo,
July 24, 1995, The Straits Times, p.20, Rebels Killed,
July 25, 1995, The Business Times [Malaysia] Ramos presses for changes to foreign investment laws, [Page View]
July 27, 1995, Inter Press Service, Philippines: Search For Peace Continues in "Land of Promise",
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August 3, 1995, Filipino Reporter, Congress asked to pass tougher anti-terrorism laws, by Ruben Alabastro
August 3, 1995, Filipino Reporter, Misuari bats for Moslem autonomy, by Ruben Alabastro, 461 words
August 6, 1995, The Filipino Express, Moslem guerillas back Misuari, by Ruben Alabastro,
August 6, 1995, New York Times, Karachi 'Informers' Killed,
August 9, 1995, Seattle Times News Services, Police Unearth Group's Plot To Raid 2 Philippine Towns, Diigo,
August 13, 1995, The Straits Times, p.6, Jolo: A town that has lost its smiles,
August 18, 1995, Commonweal, Know Thine Enemy, by Nancy G. Westerfield,
August 23, 1995, The Straits Times, p.16, Lost Heart,
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September 4, 1995, The Straits Times, p.25, Nine Abu Sayyaf extremists surrender in south Philippines,
September 8, 1995, Orlando Sentinel, Volcano Blamed For Flash Floods 14 Filipinos Die,
September 10, 1995, The Straits Times, p.8, Guns and promises in Mindanao,
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October 4, 1995, The Straits Times, p.16, Extremists Killed,
October 4, 1995, Inter Press Service English News Wire, Philippines: Military on Red Alert in Muslim South, by Cris Yabes,
October 12, 1995, Filipino Reporter, RP alert vs terrorists, by Talitha Espiritu, 271 words
October 14, 1995, The Economist (US) With the rebels: Philippines,
October 17, 1995, New York Times, Pakistan Arrests 40 Officers; Islamic Militant Tie Suspected, by John F. Burns, Diigo,
October 26, 1995, The Washington Post, Philippine Leader Calls For Joint Campaign Against Terrorism,
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November 11, 1995, Seattle Times News Services, Gunmen Rob 300 People, Take 2 Hostages in Philippines, Diigo,
November 14, 1995, The Straits Times, p.14, Navy Fights Bandits,
November 18, 1995, The Straits Times, p.12, Uncertain road ahead for Muslims in Philippines,
November 20, 1995, The Straits Times, p.22, Philippine Muslim breakaway group beefing up forces,
November 24, 1995, The Straits Times, p.28, Jakarta talks last hope for stability in Mindanao,
November 28, 1995, The Straits Times, p.20, Alatas calls for reconciliation at Manila-Moro talks,
November 28, 1995, The Straits Times, p.20, Tighter security in Mindanao, Manila as peace talks kick off,
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December 11, 1995, The Straits Times, p.26, 'Arms Suppliers' Held,
December 14, 1995, Filipino Reporter, Gov't suspends drives vs. rebels in Yule ceasefire,
December 17, 1995, The Straits Times, p.21, 5 foreign terrorist suspects nabbed In Philippines,
December 19, 1995, South China Morning Post, Plot Fears Over Wave of Terror Activities, by John Dikkenberg,
December 19, 1995, The Straits Times, p.19, Suspected terrorists charged,
December 21, 1995, The Straits Times, p.25, Manila seeks Islamabad's help to fight terrorists,
December 29, 1995, Seattle Times News Services / AP, Kidnappers Threaten To Kill U.S. Captives, Diigo, (Madhatta Asagal Haipe)
December 29, 1995, The Straits Times, p.22, Vacationers Kidnapped, (Madhatta Asagal Haipe)
December 31, 1995, New York Times, Nine Suspected of Terrorism Are Arrested in Manila, by Robert D. McFadden,
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January 1, 1996, The Washington Post, 13 Freed in Philippines, 308 words,
January 1, 1996, The Straits Times, p.14, 9 more 'terrorists' arrested in Manila,
January 1, 1996, AP / Rocky Mountain News, Philippine Hostages Released; Muslims to Get School, Housing, Cemetery,
January 2, 1996, The Straits Times, p.12, Ramos pledges stronger action against criminal gangs,
January 3, 1996, The Straits Times, p.14, Terrorist suspects plotted to kill Pope, Ramos and military brass,
January 5, 1996, The Straits Times, p.20, Neutralising threat our top priority, say police,
January 5, 1996, The Straits Times, p.20, Manila set for terrorist retaliatory attacks,
January 8, 1996, The Straits Times, p.19, Philippine Clash,
January 9, 1996, Inter Press News Wire, Philippines Security: New Year's Harvest of "Foreign Terrorists?",
January 10, 1996, The Straits Times, p.12, Hunt for extremists in plot to assassinate envoys in Manila,
January 13, 1996, The Straits Times, p.18, Allegations of planted evidence in Manila arrest of 'terrorists',
January 18, 1996, The Straits Times, p.31, 5 more Pakistanis deny Manila arms charges,
January 19, 1996, The Straits Times, p.17, "Manila cop beat us up, says Pakistani,
January 21, 1996, The Straits Times, p.15, We want to nip terrorism in the bud, says Philippine official,
January 23, 1996, The Straits Times, p.16, Militants Give Up,
January 24, 1996, Jerusalem Post, Iranian terrorism in Asia, by Colin Rubenstein,
January 30, 1996, The Straits Times, p.12, Senator opposed to anti-terrorism Bill alarmed at evidence,
February 9, 1996, The Straits Times, p.52, Price of peace for Manila,
February 10, 1996, The Straits Times, p.22, Terror Attacks,
February 25, 1996, The Straits Times, p.13, Abu Sayyaf leader 'shot dead by Philippine military',
February 25, 1996, Washington Post, Marcoses Fashionable Again in Manila, but Without the Shoes, Keith B. Richburg,
March 12, 1996, The Straits Times, p.14, Blasts will not affect peace talks: Manila,
March 15, 1996, The Straits Times, p.21, Priests packing guns at mass in Zamboanga,
March 15, 1996, The Business Times [Malaysia] Israel blows up home of top terrorist, [Page View]
March 15, 1996, The Business Times [Malaysia] US gives US$100m boost to war against terrorists, [Page View]
March 18, 1996, The Business Times [Malaysia] US to act on Iran's nuke programme, [Page View]
April 3, 1996, Seattle Times, Philippines moves to end bombings on Mindanao, Diigo,
April 6, 1996, The Business Times [Malaysia] Clinton OK'd secret plan: Paper, [Page View]
April 11, 1996, The Straits Times, p.24, Captured,
April 13, 1996, The Straits Times, p.21, Ramos approves $1.7 m for anti-crime campaign,
April 13, 1996, The Straits Times, p.21, Rebels Held,
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May, 1996, Atlantic Monthly, Blowback: The CIA poured billions into a jihad against Soviet-occupied Afghanistan, creating a militant Islamist Abraham Lincoln Brigade believed to have been involved in bombings from Islamabad to New York. Is Bosnia next?, by Mary Anne Weaver, Diigo,
May 11, 1996, The Straits Times, p.17, Manila Bill bans use of religious terms to describe criminals,
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June 6, 1996, Los Angeles Times / Seattle Times, Americans Still Held Hostage, But Few Know Of Cases, by Robin Wright, Diigo,
June 26, 1996, The Straits Times, p.14, Deal with Muslim rebels no guarantee for peace,
June 30, 1996, The Straits Times, p.4, This time for keeps?,
July 5, 1996, The Straits Times, p.58, Hope for Mindanao,
July 14, 1996, The Straits Times, p.16, Rebel chief to meet Ramos to hasten peace,
July 30, 1996, The Straits Times, p.13, Manila to hold peace talks with Muslim splinter group,
July 31, 1996, Toronto Star, Dense Maze of Clues Blurs Terror Trial, by Stephen Handelman,
August 15, 1996, New York Times, Gunmen in Pakistan Fire At Mosque, Killing 11,
August 16, 1996, The Straits Times, p.18, Manila to include hardline Muslim rebels in peace talks,
August 17, 1996, N.Y. Daily News, Saudi Millionaire Seen by State Department as Sponsor of Terrorism,
August 19, 1996, Seattle Times / Chicago Tribune, Peace Accord Ends 24 Years Of Civil War In Philippines, by Uli Schmetzer, Diigo,
August 20, 1996, New York Times, Filipino Foes Meet at Talks To End Muslim Rebellion, by Edward A. Gargan,
August 20, 1996, Orlando Sentinel, Philippine, Rebel Leaders Announce Peace Settlement,
August 20, 1996, Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Ramos, Rebel Leader Agree on Peace in Philippines,
August 30, 1996, New York Times, Center Fuel Tank Seen as Jets' Deadly Weak Spot, by David Kocieniewski,
August 31, 1996, Orlando Sentinel, Filipino Muslims Celebrate After Peace Pact Is Signed,
September 1, 1996, UNESCO Courier, The Resurgence of Religion: Interview with John L. Esposito,
September 3, 1996, The Straits Times, p.1, Manila signs peace pact with Muslims,
September 3, 1996, The Straits Times, p.14, Peace accord gives Muslims a chance to be stakeholders,
September 6, 1996, The Straits Times, p.46, Quotes,
September 6, 1996, New York Times, An Enigmatic Personality Whose Mission Was to Punish America,
September 10, 1996, Orlando Sentinel, Muslim Rebels Elect Leader In 'Boringly Peaceful' Vote,
September 13, 1996, The Washington Times, Pact Has Potential to Benefit Filipinos, by Gus Constantine,
September 14, 1996, Seattle Times / Chicago Tribune, Out Of The Jungle, Into Hot Water -- Former Rebel Turned Governor Offends Women With Comments, by Uli Schmetzer, Diigo,
September 14, 1996, The Straits Times, p.19, Manila and splinter group to begin talks,
September 23, 1996, The Straits Times, p.20, Misuari to urge radical Muslims to down arms,
October 27, 1996, The Straits Times, p.1, In search of the Promised Land,
November 14, 1996, Orlando Sentinel, Supplies Low For Evacuees Of Village In Philippines,
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January 5, 1997, The Filipino Express, Kidnappers strike again, 395 words,
January 20, 1997, The Straits Times, p.17, Rebels Free Filipino Farmer,
January 29, 1997, Orlando Sentinel, Philippine Military Balks At Push To Prohibit Liquor,
February, 1997, The Atlantic Monthly, Books & Authors: The Numbers Game, "CIA analyst Sam Adams fought the intelligence establishment about its Vietnam policy like David fought Goliath."
February 3, 1997, Seattle Times / AP, Bishop Killed In Manila, by Jim Gomez, Diigo,
February 6, 1997, Seattle Times, Two suspects surrender in slaying of Catholic bishop, Diigo,
February 7, 1997, New York Times, Catholic Bishop Slain on Muslim Isle in Philippines,
February 9, 1997, The Straits Times, p.14, Two Muslim extremists held for murder of Filipino bishop,
February 13, 1997, Filipino Reporter, Catholic schools in Sulu ordered closed: Tawi-Tawi also mourn death
February 15, 1997, The Straits Times, p.13, Double tragedy for Manila clergy,
March 1, 1997, The Other Side, Sense of the sacred, by Rebecca Asedillo, 700+ words,
March 2, 1997, The Filipino Express, Nur lashes at critics,
March 14, 1997, The Straits Times, p.30, Launch Hit,
March 26, 1997, New York Times, New Law Forces a Reversal In Oklahoma Bombing Case,
April 7, 1997, The Straits Times, p.16, Rebels Die,
April 9, 1997, Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Fighting Kills 21 on Island in Philippines, 374 words,
April 30, 1997, The Straits Times, p.18, Rebel Attack,
May 2, 1997, The Straits Times, p.28, Rebels Cede,
May 13, 1997, The Straits Times, p.17, Parties interfered' in Filipino village polls,
May 20, 1997, Seattle Times / Chicago Tribune, Philippines Shops For Used Jets, Ships To Fend Off China -- Dispute Over Islands Just Bluffing, by Uli Schmetzer,
May 20, 1997, The Straits Times, p.22, No Proof,
May 29, 1997, Filipino Reporter, Md. Pinay "lost" at sea: US hubby version doubted by RP dad and wants,
June 11, 1997, The Straits Times, p.19, 2 Killed,
June 18, 1997, The Straits Times, p.28, Holiday? What a Pain,
June 24, 1997, The Straits Times, p.14, 20 die in Mindanao anti-kidnap operations,
July 1, 1997, International Journal of Social Economics, Economic consequences of applying Islamic principles in Muslim in Muslim societies. (Essays in Honour of Clement Allan Tisdell, Part III)
July 9, 1997, Orlando Sentinel, Philippine Government Threatens To Close Resorts,
July 13, 1997, The Straits Times, p.22, 17 Killed,
July 19, 1997, AP / Rocky Mountain News, Manila Signs Cease-Fire with Rebels; Pact with Muslim Group Marks Major Policy Shift,
August 3, 1997, The Straits Times, p.6, Drugs, kidnapping are major rackets,
August 23, 1997, The Straits Times, p.24, Philippine communists appear to be making a comeback,
September 18, 1997, Seattle Times / Chicago Tribune, Filipinos To Rally Against President Eyeing A Second Term, by Uli Schmetzer, Diigo,
September 21, 1997, Seattle Times / AP, 7 Are Killed In Philippines Train Crash -- Commuter Trains Overloaded, Riders Are Crushed In Stampede, by Jim Gomez,
September 22, 1997, Orlando Sentinel, Half A Million Filipinos March Against President,
October 8, 1997, Seattle Times / Chicago Tribune, Battle Rages For Marcos' Money, But Where Is It?, by Uli Schmetzer,
October 8, 1997, Seattle Times, 3 Are Named To U.S. List Of Terror Groups, Diigo,
October 9, 1997, New York Times, US Labels 30 Groups As Terrorists; Omits I.R.A., by Steven Erlanger, Diigo,
October 10, 1997, The Straits Times, p.14, US designates 30 foreign groups as terrorist,
October 18, 1997, London Times, Terror by Degree, by James Bone and Alan Road,
November 12, 1997, The Business Times [Malaysia] Dr M won't apologise unless US has 'mandate from heaven', [Page View]
December 12, 1997, The Straits Times, p.45, Yet another Chinese trader kidnapped in Philippines,
December 30, 1997, New York Times, World News Briefs; Bhutto's Jailed Husband Sworn In as Senator,
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January 1, 1998, Southeast Asian Affairs, Contemporary Issues in Philippine Security, 512 words,
January 14, 1998, South China Post, Rebel leader returns after 11 years, Diigo,
February, 1998, The Atlantic Monthly, Special Intelligence, The roles of the CIA and the military may merge, in the form of "Special Forces," made up of data-analyzing urban commandos, by Robert D. Kaplan, Diigo,
February, 1998, The Atlantic Monthly, Can't Anybody Here Play This Game?, by Edward G. Shirley, "[The CIA has] for years been running an espionage charade in most countries, deceiving itself and others about the value of its recruited agents and intelligence production."
February 1, 1998, Seattle Times / AP, Philippines Airliner Carrying 104 Vanishes In Route Over Mountains, by Jim Gomez,
February 2, 1998, Seattle Times / AP, Philippine Plane Wreck Found; No Signs Of Life, by Jim Gomez,
February 3, 1998, Inter Press Service English News Wire, Philippines: Marcos Chapter Unfinished 12 Years After Ouster, by Johanna Son, 700+ words
February 7, 1998, The Economist (US) With a swoon, Imelda's back. (Imelda Marcos may still avoid prison)
February 11, 1998, Seattle Times / Chicago Tribune, 9 Would-Be Presidents Give Philippines Few Real Options -- Ballot Includes Ex-Actor, Imelda Marcos, by Uli Schmetzer, Diigo,
May 10, 1998, BBC News, Philippines president calls for peaceful poll,
March 22, 1998, The Straits Times, p.22, Motive Found,
March 22, 1998, The Washington Quarterly, Is Islamism losing its thunder? (socio-political implications of Islam) by Max Rodenbeck,
March 26, 1998, ICT Herzliya / AP, Abu Sayyaf Rebels Threaten to Kill Abducted Philippinos,
April 1, 1998, The Straits Times, p.22, Ramos stalker 'is ex-police sergeant',
April 1, 1998, New Paper [Malaysia] Page 14, AFP, Stalker is Ex-Police Sergeant, [Page View]
April 3, 1998, AFP, Questions Remain, by Frederic Bichon,
April 13, 1998, The Straits Times, p.25, Bomb kills man in shop,
April 22, 1998, The Straits Times, p.18, Villagers Beheaded,
April 23, 1998, The Straits Times, p.25, Bomb Explodes in Philippine Mosque,
April 29, 1998, BBC News, Imelda Marcos quits poll for "sake of peace"
May 9, 1998, Seattle Times / Chicago Tribune, Straw Mayors And Flying Voters, by Uli Schmetzer,
May 9, 1998 , BBC News, Mrs Marcos backs frontrunner in Philippines elections
May 10, 1998, BBC News, High turn-out in Philippines elections,
May 10, 1998, Orlando Sentinel, Campaign In Philippines Culminates In Bombings,
May 12, 1998, BBC News, Early results in Philippines elections,
May 30, 1998, Orlando Sentinel, Philippines Announces Country's New President,
May 31, 1998, BBC News, Estrada declared president,
June 11, 1998, Seattle Times / AP, Philippines Celebrates Revolution Centennial, by Jim Gomez,
June 17, 1998, Seattle Times, Flagging Asian Economies Stymie Muslim Guerrillas -- Insurgents Are Being Pushed Out Of Areas With Natural Resources, Diigo,
June 30, 1998, BBC News, Estrada pledges to fight poverty and crime,
August 5, 1998, BBC News, What hope for change?
August 8, 1998, BBC News, World: Americas: History of attacks on US personnel, Diigo,
August 12, 1998, Reuters, Philippines revives anti-terror bill, Diigo,
August 17, 1998, The Straits Times, p.21, Muslim Group Links Up with Terrorists,
August 19, 1998, Washington Post, Bomb Suspect Details Anti-US Terror Ring, by Kamran Khan and Pamela Constable,
August 24, 1998, MSNBC, Bin Laden Comes Home To Roost, by Michael Moran,
August 25, 1998, Seattle Times / Chicago Tribune, Gold Rush: Philippine Official Stirs Frenzy, by Uli Schmetzer,
August 31, 1998, Washington Transcript Service, McCarthy Former Chief Trial Counsel, Holds News Briefing with Others on Countering Terrorism,
September 1, 1998, Seattle Times / AP, Philippines Debates Restoring Of Executions, by Jim Gomez,
September 6, 1998, The Straits Times, p.17, Filipino Extremist Linked to Osama,
September 12, 1998, The Straits Times, p.22, Three HK Chinese kidnapped in south Philippines,
September 13, 1998, The Filipino Express, Osama bin Laden relative may have aided Muslim rebels,
September 14, 1998, PHNO, Govt Intensifies Drive vs Abu Sayyaf Kidnap Gang, Diigo,
September 17, 1998, Filipino Reporter, Bin Laden network in Mindanao no threat to nation's security,
September 17, 1998, Filipino Reporter, Italian priest, 12 men seized,
September 20, 1998, Seattle Times / AP, Crew Abandoned Ship - And Passengers, by Jim Gomez,
September 22, 1998, Seattle Times / AP, Philippine Airlines Shuts Down Amid Labor Crisis -- Management, Union Can't Reach Agreement, by Jim Gomez,
September 26, 1998, The Straits Times, p.32, Manila sends Marines in bid to free hostages,
October 6, 1998, BBC News, Imelda Marcos acquitted,
October 6, 1998, Seattle Times / AP, Rich Nations Urged To Help In Asia Crisis, by Jim Gomez,
 October 24, 1998, The Straits Times, p.36, Trendy Kidnappers,
October 25, 1998, The Filipino Express, She's back! Triumphant Imelda Marcos says 'free to love again'',
October 28, 1998, The Straits Times, p.20, Major Philippine kidnap gang smashed,
November 11, 1998, Seattle Times / Chicago Tribune, Philippine Defense Minister Wants U.S. Troops To Return, by Uli Schmetzer, Diigo,
November 26, 1998, The Straits Times, p.32, Terrorists and gangsters stopped at Manila airport,
November 29, 1998, ICT.org, Hundreds March to Protest Terrorism in the Philippines,November 30, 1998, The Straits Times, p.14, Amateur bombs destroy church,
December 5, 1998, New York Times, Seeking Bombs? No, a Wife, Arab Suspect Tells the FBI, by Raymond Bonner,
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December 18, 1998, Abu Sayyaf Leader Abdurajak Janjalani Killed in Police/Military Encounter,

December 19, 1998, PHNO, Abu Sayyaf Chief, Public Enemy No. 1, Killed, Diigo,
December 19, 1998, BBC News, Philippine Muslim leader killed, Diigo,
December 19, 1998, ICT Herzliya, Leader of Abu Sayyaf Killed in Gunfight with Philippines Police,
December 20, 1998, PHNO, Mindanao Red Alert, Abu Sayyaf Retaliation Feared, Diigo,
December 20, 1998, The Straits Times, p.19, Philippines' most wanted man killed,
December 22, 1998, PHNO, Abu Sayyaf Threat Greatly Reduced, Diigo,
December 22, 1998, Seattle Times / Chicago Tribune, Many Israelis See General As One To Lead Them To Peace, by Uli Schmetzer,
December 25, 1998, Knight Ridder/Tribune, Troubled Indonesia expecting only more trouble, Michael Dorgan,
December 29, 1998, Seattle Times / Chicago Tribune, Hindu Zealots Rampage Against India Christians, by Uli Schmetzer,
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1999, Dollars for Terror: The US and Islam, by Richard Labeviere, New York: Algora Publishing,
1999, The New Jackals: Ramzi Yousef, Osama bin Laden and the Future of Terrorism, by Simon Reeve, London: AndrĂ© Deutsch Ltd.,
January, 1999, The Atlantic Monthly, What Is the Koran?,
January 1, 1999, U.S. State Department, The 28 groups on the U.S. Department of State's designated foreign terrorist organization list,
January 3, 1999, ICT.org, Ten Die in Grenade Attack in Philippines,
January 3, 1999, BBC News, Nine die in Philippine grenade attack,
January 3, 1999, AP Online, 10 Die in Philippines Attack, 399 words,
January 3, 1999, AP Online, Philippine Grenade Attack Kills 10, 332 words,
January 3, 1999, Filipino Express, R.P.'s most wanted fugitive killed: Abu Sayyaf leader Abubakar,
January 4, 1999, PHNO, Abu Sayyaf Grenades Kill 9 in Jolo, Diigo,
January 4, 1999, The Straits Times, p.12, Grenade attack in southern Philippines,
January 4, 1999, The Business Times [Malaysia] Page 3, AFP, 9 die, 50 injured in Philippine grenade attack, [Page View]
January 8, 1999, The Straits Times, p.34, Manila police to focus on drug trade,
January 9, 1999, PHNO, Marines Attack Abu Sayyaf Hideouts in Sulu, Diigo,
January 10, 1999, AP Online, Philippines Patrols Increased, 402 words,
January 11, 1999, The Business Times [Malaysia] Tighter security in southern Philippines, [Page View]
January 13, 1999, The Straits Times, p.23, Guerrillas are Manila's top security threats,
January 15, 1999, BBC News, Philippine poverty,
January 19, 1999, Orlando Sentinel, Philippine Government To Keep Death Penalty,
January 22, 1999, BBC News, Trouble brews on Mischief Reef,
January 31, 1999, New York Times, Pakistan to Widen Use of Military Courts,
February 3, 1999, BBC News, 'China letting pirates go free',
February 3, 1999, BBC News, South East Asia: piracy hot-spot,
February 8, 1999, BBC News, Muslim rebels insist on independence,
February 14, 1999, BBC News, Analysis: Flashpoint Spratly,
February 14, 1999, BBC News, Tension rises over Spratly Islands,
February 21, 1999, BBC News, Philippines grenade attack,
February 23, 1999, BBC News, Philippine dream of Islamic state,
March 1, 1999, Asiaweek, The decades-long struggle in Mindanao, Diigo,
March 1, 1999, Newsweek, Plowshares Into Swords: Estrada's tough-guy act stirs up fighting on Mindanao, by Marites D. Vitug,
March 5, 1999, AsiaNow, Mindanao's Chance: Manila wants to make peace with a Muslim rebel group still fighting for independence, by Antonio Lopez, Diigo,
March 19, 1999, BBC News, Ethnic violence shakes Borneo,
March 21, 1999, The Straits Times, p.23, 6 Hurt as Troops Wash with Muslims,
March 21, 1999, BBC News, Immigrants slaughtered in Borneo,
March 29, 1999, Reuters, Philippine Left Announces Ties with Islamic Rebels, Diigo,
April 19, 1999, The Straits Times, p.21, Rebels demand protection money,
April 13, 1999, Orlando Sentinel, Campaigning In Algeria Ends In Massacre Of 10,
May 1, 1999, Smithsonian, Yankee Go Home and take me with you!, by Edwin Kiester Jr, Sally Valente
May 11, 1999, New York Times, Investigators Describe a Stubborn F.B.I. at Hearing on Jet Explosion, by Matthew Wald, Diigo,May 13, 1999, Bernama, Gov't Rejects Talks with Rebels Abroad,
May 27, 1999, BBC News, Violent protests greet Philippines-US pact,
June 15, 1999, The Straits Times, p.29, All-out effort to rescue hostages,
June 18, 1999, AP Online, Kidnapped Belgian Released, 481 words,
July 4, 1999, BBC News, Imelda Marcos turns 70 in style,
July 7, 1999, The Philippine Star, AFP soldiers in danger from own firearms, by Efren Danao, Diigo,
July 7, 1999, The Philippine Star, No more reprieve for 3 cop killers - Cabinet panelDiigo,
July 7, 1999, The Philippine Star, Now, a Cabinet rank for 'Goma', by Marichu Villanueva, Diigo,
July 17, 1999, Mainichi Daily News, Philippines proudly different from strong-arm Asia,
July 26, 1999, BBC News, Filipinos demand more freedom,
July 31, 1999, The Straits Times, p.34, 5 Soldiers Killed in Sulu Ambush,
August 4, 1999, Jakarta Post, Soeharto told to avoid trial, return 'fortune',
August 8, 1999, Seattle Times / AP, City's A Shoe-In For Imelda Marcos' Footwear, by Jim Gomez,
August 15, 1999, The Straits Times, p.15, Vengeful criminals suspected in Manila explosion,
August 17, 1999, BBC News, Talking Point | Can hostage taking ever be justified?
August 18, 1999, Business Times (Malaysia) HK acts to woo Muslim travelers,
August 19, 1999, Seattle Times / AP, Filipinos Protest Proposed Change To Constitution, by Jim Gomez, Diigo,
August 20, 1999, BBC News, Protesters crowd streets in Philippines,
August 20, 1999, BBC News, Estrada declared president,
August 21, 1999; Filipinos join protest over 'crony' state, Konrad Muller in Manila;
August 21, 1999; 50,000 stage protest over 'crony' state, Konrad Muller in Manila;
August 29, 1999, Orlando Sentinel, Girl's Abduction Ignites Bloodshed In Philippines,
August 31, 1999, CNN.com, Asiaweek, The Government tolerated incursions by separatist rebels,
September 7, 1999, Bernama, Muslim Mindanao Elect to Be Reset,
September 11, 1999, Bernama, Moro Rebels Eye East Timor-Type Independence for Mindanao,
September 11, 1999, AP Online, Grenade Injures Many in Philippines, 321 words,
September 12, 1999, Orlando Sentinel, Movie Audience Members Injured By Grenade Blast,
September 15, 1999, AP Online, Three Philippine Teachers Abducted, 387 words,
September 16, 1999, Bernama, MNLF Leader Asks Gov't for Fill Implementation of Peace Accords,
September 20, 1999, New York Times, Pakistanis Acquitted Of Killing Americans,
September 21, 1999, BBC News, Cook seeks probe into 'piracy' death,
September 22, 1999, Armed Forces & Society, Adjusting to the Post-U.S. Bases Era: The Ordeal of the Philippine Military's Modernization Program,
September 29, 1999, Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Marcos is a Saint---At Least to This Tiny Philippines Cult,
September 29, 1999, AP Online, Philippine Cult Worships Marcos, by Jim Gomez, Associated Press
October 2, 1999, BBC News, Embassy gunmen flown out
October 2, 1999, BBC News, In pictures: Embassy under siege
October 4, 1999, Business Line, Osama bin Laden, Taliban and India,
October 6, 1999, BBC News, Bangkok siege 'stank of conspiracy'
October 14, 1999, Bernama, Two Kidnapped in Southern Philippines,
October 16, 1999, Seattle Times / Chicago Tribune, Pakistani General Promises Less Graft, More Accountability, by Uli Schmetzer,
October 17, 1999, The Straits Times, p.1, Tit-for-tat kidnap,
October 18, 1999, The Straits Times, p.26, Hunt for Kidnapped Trader Intensifies,
October 23, 1999, Seattle Times / AP, Marcos Seen As Saint By Cult Members, by Jim Gomez, Diigo,
October 24, 1999, AP / Seattle Times, Marcos Seen As Saint By Cult Members, by Jim Gomez,
October 30, 1999, The Economist (US) The Philippines: The church at bay, 700+ words
October 30, 1999, Bernama, East Timor Case Not a Precedent to Secede Mindanao,
November 1, 1999, Journal of Asian and African Studies, Muslim Rulers and Rebels; Everyday Politics and Armed Separatism in the Southern Philippines, (book review), by Kenneth E. Bauzon,
November 11, 1999; Cult of Marcos rises among his former subjects Frontline, Konrad Muller;
November 11, 1999, The Independent (London) Cult of Marcos Rises among His Former Subjects; Frontline: Abra Province, The Philippines, by Muller, Konrad,
November 11, 1999, BusinessWorld, Cordillera leaders still lost in plebiscite debacle aftermath, by Michael F. Leonen,
November 13, 1999, Seattle Times / AP, Manila Stumbles In Attempts To Level 11-Story Garbage Heap, by Jim Gomez, Diigo,
November 16, 1999, BusinessWorld, Gov't pushes for Dec. talks with MILF (Despite clashes on the 
November 23, 1999, BusinessWorld, House to probe partisan use of gov't intelligence agencies, by Yasmin Lee G. Arpon,
November 23, 1999, BusinessWorld, Indon help welcome only if it persuades MILF to forget independence,
November 24, 1999, BusinessWorld, Aguirre retains Estrada's trust - Palace spokesman.
November 24, 1999, New Straits Times, Sabah will not be surrendered!, by Sharifah al-Attas,
December 8, 1999, BBC News, Philippines cult idolises Marcos,
December 12, 1999, The Straits Times, p.35, Glimmers of hope for rebels,
December 22, 1999, BBC News, Chinese pirates sentenced to death,
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