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Marcos family ordered to return $24M in embezzled paintings

THE country’s anti-graft court has ordered the family of the late dictator Ferdinand E. Marcos to surrender to the Philippine government 146 paintings worth $24.3 million, including works by Pablo Picasso and Vincent Van Gogh.

Court junks P1-billion suit vs Marcoses

THE COUNTRY’S anti-graft court has rejected for insufficient evidence a 31-year-old lawsuit accusing the late dictator Ferdinand E. Marcos and his wife Imelda of using dummies to amass more than P1 billion in ill-gotten assets.

Court dashes state push to reclaim Marcos wealth

THE COUNTRY’S anti-graft court has rejected for insufficient evidence a 30-year-old government suit seeking to recover P102 billion of alleged ill-gotten wealth of the late dictator Ferdinand E. Marcos, his family and their associates.

Palace: Marcoses can join auction of jewelry

MALACAÑANG on Monday said the family of the late dictator Ferdinand E. Marcos is allowed to participate in the auction of “ill-gotten” jewelry seized from former first lady and now Ilocos Norte-2nd district Rep. Imelda R. Marcos.

Senate OKs resolution on funds for victims of Marcos-era abuses

THE SENATE on Monday approved on third and final reading the joint resolution extending until December 2019 the availability of funds for victims of human rights violations during the martial-law regime of the late dictator Ferdinand E. Marcos.

Mindanao’s Martial Law will not extend to Luzon, Visayas says Palace

AS various groups of protesters marched on the streets of Metro Manila on Friday, Sept. 21, to commemorate the 46th anniversary of the declaration of Martial Law by the late dictator Ferdinand E. Marcos, Malacañang said that the situation is different now and that the Martial Law that is currently in force in Mindanao will not be extended to the rest of the country.

Lorenzana plays down Duterte’s remarks on nationwide martial law

WILL President Rodrigo R. Duterte declare martial law or a holiday on Sept. 21? Defense Secretary Delfin N. Lorenzana on Friday, Sept. 15, sought to...