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ADB Approves Loan To Clean Up Most Polluted River In China

Source: Terra Daily, Tue June 27, 2006
Manila, Philippines - The Asian Development Bank said Monday it approved an 80 million-dollar loan to help clean up one of China's most polluted rivers.

Rebels close to peace deal with Manila

Source: Financial Times, Tue May 31, 2005
Cotabato City, Philippines - The leader of the Phili-ppines' biggest Muslim rebel group yesterday said a peace agreement with Manila is within reach, raising hopes of an end to more than three decades of fighting that has killed over 100,000 people and stunted economic development in the south.

Philippines caps fish culture activity at its largest lake

Source: Terra Daily, Fri May 20, 2005
Manila, Philippines - Fish farming activity at Laguna de Bay, one of southeast Asia's largest lakes, is to be curtailed to save the waters from worsening pollution, the environment department said Thursday.

Kaiser of the corals leads

Source: The Manila Times, Mon May 09, 2005
Paglao, Philippines - Horn looks out across the tranquil waters off Panglao Island in the central Philippines and says: "It wasn�t always like this . . . quiet and peaceful."

Philippines peace talks resume

Source: BBC, Mon April 18, 2005
Philippines - Talks have begun between the Philippine government and rebels from the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF), in an effort to end decades of conflict.

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