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BATAC, PHILIPPINES: The body of the late Philippines president Ferdinand Marcos lies preserved in a refrigerated glass crypt at the Marcos family home in the northern town of Batac, Ilocos norte, northern Philippines 11 September 2006. The Marcos family announced on the occasion of the former president’s 89th birthday that her widow Imelda Marcos is ...

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BATAC, PHILIPPINES: The body of the late Philippines president Ferdinand Marcos lies preserved in a refrigerated glass crypt at the Marcos family home in the northern town of Batac, Ilocos norte, northern Philippines 11 September 2006. The Marcos family announced on the occasion of the former president's 89th birthday that her widow Imelda Marcos is open to the idea of giving up her 17 year-old bid for a state funeral for her late husband. Photos by Jay Directo/AFP/Getty Images

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BATAC, PHILIPPINES: The body of the late Philippines president Ferdinand Marcos lies preserved in a refrigerated glass crypt at the Marcos family home in the northern town of Batac, Ilocos norte, northern Philippines 11 September 2006. The Marcos family announced on the occasion of the former president’s 89th birthday that her widow Imelda Marcos is open to the idea of giving up her 17 year-old bid for a state funeral for her late husband. Photos by Jay Directo/AFP/Getty Images

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