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IMELDA TO GO HOME, FACE CHARGES

Former first lady Imelda Marcos said in a radio interview Saturday she will return to the Philippines in October to face criminal charges and bury the remains of her husband.

The exiled widow of former dictator Ferdinand Marcos told radio station DZRH from New York City the U.S. ban on the transport of the remains of her husband, who died in Hawaii on Sept. 28, 1989, will expire Oct. 1.Imelda Marcos faces criminal and civil charges of allegedly looting the Philippine treasury of upward of $10 billion. The Aquino government has imposed a ban on her return.