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2005-07-17 21:32:35

By John O'Callaghan MANILA (Reuters) - A week before a crucial policy speech, Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo is trying to project an image of a leader focused on the economy and the people, rather than one beset by political crisis and clinging to power.

2005-07-17 04:33:42

By Stuart Grudgings MANILA (Reuters) - A minister said on Sunday he had resigned from Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo's cabinet, underlining sharp divisions in her government as she tries to ride out the worst crisis of her presidency.

2005-07-16 01:40:32

By John O'Callaghan MANILA (Reuters) - Supporters of the Philippine president will pour into a park in the capital on Saturday, hoping for a huge turnout to upstage a recent protest by 30,000 people demanding she step down.

2005-07-14 05:21:48

By Stuart Grudgings MANILA (Reuters) - Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo hit back at her enemies on Thursday, saying they offered a "road that leads to nowhere" as the opposition prepared to take its campaign to unseat her to Congress.

2005-07-10 21:49:09

In July 10 MANILA story headlined "Philippine bishops give battling Arroyo big reprieve" please read in 6th paragraph "....under Benedict, the new pope" .... instead of ....

2005-07-10 20:43:23

MANILA (Reuters) - Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo was seen as having won crucial breathing space on Monday after Catholic bishops declined to call on her to quit, but investors fretted the decision may prolong uncertainty.

2005-07-10 07:55:51

By Bill Tarrant MANILA (Reuters) - Influential Roman Catholic bishops in the Philippines on Sunday rejected calls for Gloria Macapagal Arroyo to step down, handing the embattled president a major reprieve after weeks of turmoil.

2005-07-10 04:56:04

By Bill Tarrant MANILA (Reuters) - Influential Roman Catholic bishops in the Philippines on Sunday rejected calls for Gloria Macapagal Arroyo to step down, handing the embattled president a major reprieve after weeks of turmoil.

2005-06-28 11:01:39

By Stuart Grudgings MANILA (Reuters) - Opponents of Philippine President GloriaMacapagal Arroyo stepped up calls for her to resign on Tuesdayafter she admitted talking to an election official duringvote-counting, but analysts said she appeared safe for now.


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