Overseas Filipino


AT a joint press conference in Manila after the signing of the Enhanced Defense Cooperation Agreement between the Philippines and the United States, President Obama and President Aquino fielded questions on China, Ukraine, Putin, veterans affairs, Obama foreign policy doctrine and killings of journalists in the Philippines.


BEFORE Noynoy Aquino, Mar Roxas was the early favorite to become the presidential candidate of the Liberal Party in the 2010 national elections.

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Women’s health advocate and Philippine Daily Inquirer columnist Rina Jimenez David (right) poses for the Filipino Reporter, with her daughter Miya David, at the recent conclusion of the 58th session of the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women at the U.N. headquarters.


President Benigno Aquino III shares the stage with the honorees for the 2010 Presidential Awards for Filipino Individuals and Organizations Overseas at the Rizal Ceremonial Hall, Malacañan Palace.


ANCOP USA executive director Roger Santos (far right) met with Iloilo Gov. Arthur Defensor (2nd from right) at the latter’s office in Iloilo City last Monday. The two discussed about the forthcoming ANCOP medical missions to the towns of Mina, Dumangas (surgical and medical), Barotac Nuevo, Concepcion and Carles from Feb. 7 to 12, 2014. Those are the towns that were hit hard by Typhoon Haiyan. Others in photo are (from left) Dr. Patricia Trabado, Dr. Alabado, Dr. Reyes and Vonz Santos.

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