THE history of “Malaya” - then Ang Pahayagang Malaya, now Malaya Business Insight - cannot be told without going to the context of how martial law, declared in 1972 by President Ferdinand Marcos, impacted Philippine media.
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ACTING Foreign Affairs Secretary Enrique Manalo yesterday said the country will reaffirm its strong ties with the 28-member European Union despite President Duterte’s tirades at the bloc which has been criticizing his war against illegal drugs and push to revive the death penalty.
IN a large forest in Norway where snow covers the land 200 days a year, an old tree has stood sentinel since the time when the British Isles were still connected to Europe. Named Old Tjikko, this Norway Spruce has lived for nearly 10,000 years.
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