RACHEL A.G. REYES, TMT

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MATERNAL death is a serious problem in the Philippines. Poor women especially, with limited access to reproductive health services, skilled birth attendants, and modern and safe contraceptives, are more likely to turn to dangerous methods to induce abortion and to die at childbirth from infection, hemorrhage, and other complications. On…

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ORPHANED at a young age, poor, worse still, diffident by nature and far from good looking,Jejomar ‘Jojo’ Binay was a nobody living in a tough part of Makati.But he was clever. He put himself through law school and became a visible critic of the Marcos regime by specializing in human…

COMMENTARY

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ON Saturday 12 December 2015, half a century since scientists first told the world about global warming, and after more than two decadesof procrastination and collapsed negotiations, almost 200 nations committed to an historic, legally binding, universal agreement to cut human-induced greenhouse gas emissions, and to stave off the lethal…

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The small, quiet, hill town of Liliw in Laguna is an unlikely place to bump into anyone rich or famous. It is a million miles from glamorous exclusivity, despite its splendid location amid forests and waterfalls in the shadow of Mount Banahaw. And even with its long history and architectural…

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