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Alden stars in GMA’s martial law special

Alden Richards depicts the life story of activist and awarded screenwriter Boni Ilagan in “Alaala: A Martial Law Special,” set to air tomorrow on GMA. It is said to be Alden’s boldest portrayal yet.

A retired policeman wanted for murder was arrested by National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) agents after almost 25 years of hiding.

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THE last election appears to have exposed a gap in our people’s perception of what martial law was all about. Year after year after 1986, the Philippines celebrated the EDSA People Power Revolution that “restored democracy” to the country. People gathered at EDSA to remember how in 1986, over a million people gathered around Camp Crame in support of then Philippine Constabulary chief Fidel V. Ramos and Secretary of Defense Juan Ponce Enrile who had declared they had withdrawn their support for the Marcos government.

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