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19 Dec 2020
Fiesta-loving Filipinos flock to Christmas parks as they try to revive the muted holiday spirit amid Covid-19 in the Philippines.
9 May 2020
The Philippine government's move to shut the nation's largest broadcaster is the latest affront to press freedom that has left millions of Filipinos cut off from access to vital information in the middle of a pandemic.

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