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1986 Philippines People Power Revolution

1986 Philippines People Power Revolution Historical AP Photos

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Categories: Political parties; Location: Manila, Philippines
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People Power Revolution
A large crowd outside Camp Crame in Manila, Philippines, Feb. 24, 1986, cheer at a radio broadcast announcement that President Ferdinand Marcos had fled the country. This announcement was unconfirmed at the time the picture was taken. (AP Photo/Sadayuki Mikami)

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Corazon Aquino
An enthusiastic crowd greeted opposition leader Corazon Aquino as she arrived for a rally, Feb. 22, 1986 in Cebu, southern Philippines. (AP Photo/Val Rodriguez)

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Corazon Aquino
Opposition leader Corazon Aquino returned to Cebu, southern Philippines, to a big turnout at a rally in the area where she enjoys her strongest support, Feb. 22, 1986. Aquino continues to draw large crowds two weeks after her unsuccessful bid for the presidency. (AP Photo/Val Rodriguez)

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People Power Revolution
A large crowd outside Camp Crame in Manila, Philippines, Feb. 24, 1986, cheer at a radio broadcast announcement that President Ferdinand Marcos had fled the country. This announcement was unconfirmed at the time the picture was taken. (AP Photo/Sadayuki Mikami)

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People Power Revolution
A technician wears an arm band that reads "People Power, Cory - Doy" after the government television station in Manila, Philippines, was taken over by the anti-Marcos faction, Feb. 24, 1986. (AP Photo/Dick Fung)

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Philippines Dems Riots 1986
Opposition supporters hold a sign declaring Corazon Aquino as President during an anti-Marcos demonstration on Monday, Feb. 24, 1986 at the barricade near the Presidential Palace in Manila, Philippines. (AP Photo/Val Rodriguez)

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Philippines Dems Riots 1986
A new team of broadcasters get ready to begin broadcasting at Manila’s Channel 4, which was taken over by the opposition on Monday, Feb. 24, 1986. The station had formerly been a government run station and carried little news of the opposition. (AP Photo/Mari Vargas)

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Philippines Dems Riots 1986
Philippine military headquarters cheers at a radio announcement the President Ferdinand Marcos had left the country on Monday, Feb. 24, 1986 in Manila, Philippines. The palace denied the reports. (AP Photo/Sadayuki Mikami)

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Philippines Dems Riots 1986
Philippine military headquarters cheers at a radio announcement the President Ferdinand Marcos had left the country on Monday, Feb. 24, 1986 in Manila, Philippines. The palace denied the reports.(AP Photo/Sadayuki Mikami)

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Philippines Dems Riots 1986
Some 3,000 demonstrators crowd the Mendiola Bridge gate to Malacanang Palace, residence of Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos in Manila, Philippines on Feb. 24, 1986. The demonstrators were driven back with water canon and rifle fired into the air. (AP Photo/Val Rodriguez)

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Philippines Dems Riots 1986
Philippine civilians opposed to the Marcos government remove the wire barricade blacking the Mendiola Bridge entrance to the Presidential Palace in Manila on Monday, Feb. 24, 1986. The were stopped with water hoses and guards fired shots in the air to disperse the crowd. (AP Photo/Val Rodriguez)

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Phillippines demonstrations: Anti-Marcos
A man runs for cover as a soldier fires into the air in Manila, Philippines on Feb. 24, 1986. Demonstrators are armed with rifle fire and water canons. (AP Photo)

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Phillippines demonstrations: Anti-Marcos
Demonstrators near the presidential palace hit the street as guards opened fire in Manila, Philippines on Feb. 24, 1986. The demonstrators had broken through the barricade to the palace and were pushed back with water canons and rifle fire. (AP Photo/Val Rodriguez)

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Philippines: Demonstrations 1986
A pro-Marcos soldier is jumped by three rebel soldiers in the takeover of the government run television station in Manila on Feb. 24, 1986. (AP Photo/Ramon Acasio)

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Philippines: Demonstrations 1986
Crowds at the Mendiola gate to Malacanang Palace are kept at bay by rows of wire in Manila on Feb. 24, 1986. The wire has been in place for three weeks following campaign anti-Marcos demonstrations. (AP Photo/Nani Vinola)

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Philippines: Demonstrations 1986
**WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT** A rebel soldier stands over three of five Marcos troops that were wounded in the takeover of the government run television station in Manila on Feb. 24, 1986. The rebels now control the station. (AP Photo/Alex Baluyut)

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FERDINAND IMELDA MARCOS
Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos stands with his wife, Imelda, during his swearing-in ceremony at Malacanang Palace in Manila, Philippines, on Feb. 25, 1986. (AP Photo/Alberto Marquez)

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Corazon Aquino 1986
Corazon Aquino addresses the nation after she was sworn in as President of the Philippines, Feb. 25, 1986. Mrs. Aquino, whose husband was assassinated, was elected to the top office following the rejection by voters of former President Ferdinand Marcos, who was forced to flee the country. (AP Photo)

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Corazon Aquino 1986
Opposition leader Corazon Aquino smiles to applause during her inaugural address at a private club in Manila, Tuesday, Feb. 25, 1986, Philippines. Aquino and President Ferdinand Marcos both took the oath of office on Tuesday. (AP Photo/Val Rodriguez)

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Corazon Aquino and Dona Aurora Aquino
Corazon Aquino takes the oath of office as President of the Philippines on Tuesday, Feb. 25, 1986 in Manila. She is joined by daughters Pinky, left, Balsy, center, and her mother-in-law Dona Aurora Aquino, mother of her assassinated husband. (AP Photo/Mari Vargas)

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Corazon Aquino
Corazon Aquino is taking the oath as the new president of the Philippines, Feb. 25, 1986. Others are unidentified. (AP Photo/Val Rodriguez)

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Pressident Ferdinand E. Marcos and Ramon Aquino Imellda Marcos
Philippines President Ferdinand E. Marcos (2nd from right) is sworn in by Supreme Court Chief Justice Ramon Aquino (left) at ceremony inside Malacanang Palace in Manila on Feb. 25, 1986. At right is First Lady Imelda Marcos. (AP Photo/Alberto Marquet)

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Ferdinand E. Marcos wife Imelda Marcos Waving
Ferdinand E. Marcos with his wife, Imelda at his side, gestures strongly from the balcony of Malacanang Palace on Tuesday, Feb. 25, 1986 in Manila, just after taking the oath of office as President of the Philippines. Just hours later, Marcos resigned and fled to the U.S. Air Force?s Clark Air Base, 50 miles northwest of Manila, as he prepared to accept an American offer to fly him out of the Philippines. (AP Photo/Alberto Marquez)

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Philippines People Power Memories
FILE - In this Feb. 25, 1986 file photo, Corazon Aquino takes the oath of office as President of the Philippines in Manila. She is joined by daughters Pinky, left, Balsy, center, and her mother-in-law Dona Aurora Aquino, mother of her assassinated husband. On Feb. 25, 1986, the Philippines was a country that appeared to be on the edge of chaos or civil war with some of the same fear and uncertainty now spreading across the Arab world. (AP Photo/Mari Vargas, File)

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