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April 30, 2003:
OPPOSITION ENDORSES PING LACSON FOR 2004

2004 ELECTIONS UNAFFECTED BY CHA CHA - DE VENECIA

SARS: SCARE HITS MANILA'S CHINATOWN

SARS: SPITTING IN PUBLIC TO BE BANNED

SARS: HK OFW SICK IN TUGUEGARAO

SARS: ASIA DRAWS UP WAR PLAN

SARS: GOVT ACTS ON MASKS, VITAMIN C SHORTAGE

April 29, 2003:
QUIAPO-ANTIPOLO PRAYER PILGTIMAGE STARTS TOMORROW

PALACE SILENT ON CAMPOS SLAY LINK

SARS: ONLY 3 CASES IN RP, NO EMERGENCY

CAMPOS DEATH: ADOR LINKS ROSEBUD, MIKE, WYCOCO

RP MUSLIMS HAVE FIRST CRACK AT IRAQ JOBS

OPPOSITION'S PRESIDENTIAL BET KNOWN TODAY

April 28, 2003:
LITTLE HERO

ANGARA'S 'LABAN NG DEMOKRATIKONG PILIPINO' GIRDS FOR 2004

FERNANDO REPLACED AT DPWH BUT KEEPS MMDA

PALACE TO U.S. STOP CRITICIZING GMA

CHURCH ASKS AFP TO BAR PROTESTS AT EDSA SHRINE

SARS A NATIONAL EMERGENCY, ARRESTS POSSIBLE

April 27, 2003:
U.S. CONCERNED OVER GMA POOR PERFORMANCE

SARS: QUARANTINE VIOLATORS FACE PUNISHMENT

RP EYES ASEAN FUNDS VS. SARS

TRADER KIDNAPPED IN CHINATOWN

SARS: ASIAN GOVTS FOR TIGHTER SCREENING

OPPOSITION'S PRESIDENTIAL BETS KNOWN SOON

MILF PROBLEM: U.S. OFFERS TO MEDIATE

April 26, 2003:
SARS: SICK PASSENGER FORCES PAL FLIGHT'S RETURN TO MANILA

RP CHURCHES MULL SARS PRECAUTIONS

SARS: LIBYA BANS PINOY WORKERS

MILF ON A RAMPAGE IN LANAO, COTABATO

SANDIGAN DROPS GRAFT CHARGES VS. DANDING

POST-WAR IRAQ DEALS FOR U.S.-LINKED WITH RP FIRMS

FASTER MARRIAGE ANNULMENTS SOON

April 25, 2003:
AFTER BLOCKADE AT SAN JUANICO, SARS VICTIM ADMITTED IN LEYTE

EDITORIAL: QUARANTINE, RP STYLE

April 24, 2003:
SARS ON OUR DOORSTEP -- GOLEZ

FLAVIER GIVING WAY TO LOREN IN 2004

PIMENTEL CONFIRMS PLANS FOR 2004

SOLONS WANT NEW LAW ON QUARANTINE

April 23, 2003:
SARS: FATHER OF FIRST SUSPECTED VICTIM DIES

QUIRINO REFORESTATION PROJECT CANCELS RP DEBT

NO MONEY IN BUDGET FOR IRAQ CONTINGENT

MILF TORCH CHRISTIAN CHURCH, KILL 3 GOVT TROOPS

U.S. SOLDIERS WARNED OF THREATS IN RP

April 22, 2003:
ALL SYSTEMS GO FOR ABSENTEE VOTING, POLL MODERNIZATION

200 QUARANTINED AFTER FIRST POSSIBLE RP SARS DEATH

SARS: 2 MORE PINAYS IN HK SICK

TOP GMA OFFICIALS ASK FOR KICKBACKS, SAYS U.S. TRADERS

RP TO SPEND P70-M MONTHLY FOR IRAQ CONTINGENT

SOLONS SEEK SUPREME COURT INTERVENTION ON TREATY

April 21, 2003:
SARS: PINOY LEADERS IN CANADA CALL FOR CALM

RP SAILOR CHARGED FOR SHIPMATE'S DEATH IN AUSTRALIA

RP'S OLDEST LIGHTHOUSE RESTORED

TYPHOON STILL A THREAT TO BATANES

SARS: PALACE APPEALS TO RETURNING PINOYS

ROSEBUD'S LIES FOOLED SENATE COMMITTEE

April 20, 2003:
EX-CAREGIVER FROM CANADA POSSIBLE SARS FATALITY

PINOY CHARGED IN NEW YORK CLUB STABBING

GLORIA SKEDS VISITS TO KOREA, U.S., JAPAN

RP MUSLIM LEADERS' SUMMIT IN MANILA NEXT WEEK

SUPER TYPHOON VEERS NORTH, SPARES RP

2 PREACHERS ESCAPE FROM ABU SAYYAF

April 19, 2003:
SUPERTYPHOON APPROACHES LUZON

ERAP TURNS 66 CONFIDENT OF VINDICATION

MILLIONS LOST IN BASILAN FIRE

MILF COMMANDER CAPTURED

ASEAN LEADERS IN BANGKOK SARS MEET

JAPAN LIFTS RESTRICTION ON RP OKRA

April 18, 2003:
VISITA IGLESIA BRINGS BACK FOND MEMORIES

SARS: RP TO HOST ASIAN AIRPORT OFFICIALS MEET

CATHOLIC CHIRCH DISCOURAGES CRUCIFIXIONS

TYPHOON VEERS, THREATENS BICOL REGION

U.S. TROOPS IN LUZON FOR WAR GAMES

HEADLESS BODIES OF SAYYAF HOSTAGES FOUND

April 17, 2003:
MAUNDY THURSDAY TYPHOON HITTING NORTH LUZON

SARS: TORONTO PINOY GROUP QUARANTINED

GMA AIRS HOPE FOR MINDANAO PEACE

GAS, DIESEL PRICES CUT

BASILAN SOLDIERS KILL ABU SAYYAF AMBUSHER

April 16, 2003:
2004 ELECTIONS: FLAVIER WILL GIVE WAY TO MAGSAYSAY

CATHAY PACIFIC DENIES PLANS TO STOP FLIGHTS

PLDT, GLOBE ASK REVIEW OF U.S. FCC RULING

ABS-CBN TRIMMING DOWN OPERATIONS

STAY IN TRAFFIC-FREE MANILA THIS HOLY WEEK -- MAYOR ATIENZA

EDITORIAL - HOLY WEEK ALERT

April 15, 2003:
FOCUS ON MINDANAO PROBLEM INSTEAD OF IRAQ URGED

SUSPECTED SARS VICTIM DIES IN QC HOSPITAL

16,000 OVERSTAYING OFWS GET REPRIEVE IN SOUTH KOREA

12 DEAD IN FIERCE MAGUINDANAO BATTLE

SARS: 5 PINAYS LEAVE HK HOSPITAL

April 14, 2003:
SELECTIVE ABSENTEE VOTING?

1, 300 PLDT WORKERS FACE LAYOFF

PINOY COPS, RELIEF WORKERS TO IRAQ NEXT WEEK

RP CONTINUES TO RECOGNIZE IRAQ ENVOYS -- OPLE

U.S. WANTS SADDAM'S RP FUNDS FROZEN

WE WILL RESCUE ALL SAYYF HOSTAGES -- GMA

April 13, 2003:
SARS: HK DOCTORS SCREEN HOME-BOUND PINAYS

RP CANCELS DIPLOMATIC IMMUNITY OF IRAQ EMBASSY STAFF

RP NOW ON W.H.O. SARS MAP

SARS PUTS STATE VISITS ON HOLD

SULU GOVERNOR NOT CONSULTED ON BALIKATAN

AFP HUNTING 50-MILF-TRAINED BOMBERS

April 12, 2003:
PNP LAUNCHES HITECH FINGERPRINT I.D. SYSTEM

GMA ANNOUNCES FIRST "PROBABLE" SARS CASE

NATIONWIDE DISSATISFACTION WITH GMA -- SURVEY

GORDON WELCOMES TOURISTS FROM SARS-INFECTED COUNTRIES

MILF LEADERS INDICTED FOR DAVAO WHARF BOMBING

ERAP INTERVIEWS BARRED

April 11, 2003:
SARS: GMA ASKS SICK OVERSEAS PINAYS TO STAY PUT

RP BAGHDAD EMBASSY STAYS OPEN

SARS: 7 MORE PINAYS IN HONG KONG ILL

SUSPECTS LINK MILF CHIEF TO DAVAO BLASTS

PALACE FINALLY ORDERS VIGAN MASSACRE PROBE

INDONESIAN HOSTAGE RESCUED FROM ABU SAYYAF

April 10, 2003:
NO TOTAL BAN ON TRAVEL TO HK, CHINA

CHAVIT TAGGED AT MASSACRE VICTIM'S FUNERAL

IMELDA WARNED: REPORT TO SANDIGAN OR ELSE

RP EMBASSY IN BAGHDAD COULD BE BOMBED -- U.S.

BALIKATAN IN ABU SAYYAF AND MILF STRONGHOLDS

SUSPECT CONFESSES TO DAVAO BOMBING

April 9, 2003:
BALIKATAN ON SKED IN SULU

GOVT LIFTS OFW BAN TO HONG KONG

BAN ON OFW DEPLOYMENT IN MIDEAST LIFTED

RP SENDING 500-MAN HUMANITARIAN TEAM TO IRAQ

2 DAVAO BOMBING SUSPECTS NABBED

ARREST SIDEWALK VENDORS' CUSTOMERS -- MMDA

April 8, 2003:
SUSPECTED BRAINS OF DAVAO WHARF BOMBING NABBED

INDONESIANS HUNTED FOR DAVAO BOMBINGS

100 KILOS EXPLOSIVES FOUND, 2 MILF MEN ARRESTED

GMA ADVISED TO KEEP WORD ON 2004

April 7, 2003:
NAMFREL INSISTS ON ELECTION ROLE

5 AL QAEDA TERRORISTS IN RP -- DUTERTE

12 MILF REBELS KILLED IN COTABATO CLASH

RP SOLDIERS FINISH ANTI-TERROR COURSE

SARS: LAOAG AIRPORT WORKERS WORRIED

April 6, 2003:
P2-M LOST IN DARING NOONTIME MAKATI BANK ROB

HOW DID CORPUZ FALL FOR MAWANAY TALES?

2 KILLED, MAYOR HURT IN MINDANAO BLASTS

MNLF REUNIFICATION TALKS IN LYBIA

April 5, 2003:
SARS: HOSPITALS ORDERED TO HAVE ISOLATION ROOMS

OFWS IN JORDAN HARASSED OVER GMA SUPPORT OF WAR

GOVT HANDLERS DISCREDIT MAWANAY

SENATE SHOULD RECONSIDER ANTI-LACSON REPORT

LAWYER CONFIRMS MAWANAY CHARGES

WHY DID MIKE ARROYO SEND TXT MESSAGES TO MANAWAY

PALACE BEHIND COURTS ANTI-LACSON RULING -- ENRILE

2 PINAYS SUSPECTED OF SARS IN ITALY

April 4, 2003:
BLACK SATURDAY DECLARED A HOLIDAY

BENEFITS OF SARS-FREE RP

DESK JOBS FOR COPS LINKED WITH KURATONG CASE

RP JUDICIAL SYSTEM CORRUPT, INEFFICIENT -- U.S. STATE DEPT

GOVT WANTS QC JUDGE OUT OF LACSON CASE

LACSON FRAMED BY MIKE ARROYO -- MAWANAY

April 3, 2003:
17 DEAD IN DAVAO WHARF BOMBING

SC JUSTICES SEE PERSECUTION IN LACSON RULING

OFWS COULD FOOT BILL FOR ABSENTEE VOTING - GMA

OFWS SUE HK OVER  WAGE CUTS

LACSON RUNNING IN 2004 DESPITE COURT RULING

DOY LAUREL POSTS BAIL FOR EXPO SCAM CASE

April 2, 2003:
ABSENTEE VOTING THREATENED BY LACK OF FUNDS

HIGH COURT RULING POLITICAL - MALAYA

SUPREME COURT REVIVES MURDER CASE VS. PING

LACSON REACTION TO SUPREME COURT RULING

April 1, 2003:
APRIL 7 A PUBLIC HOLIDAY

MORE FOREIGN TERROR SUSPECTS TO BE ARRESTED

PING  ANNOUNCES PRESIDENTIAL BID


IMMIGRATION BUREAU FAULTED FOR FAKE FIL-AM CAGERS

RP REMAINS SARS-FREE


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