Former Philippine President Ferdinand E. Marcos, 72, died of cardiac arrest, more than three years after he was forced to flee to Hawaii when his countrymen rose against him.
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Ferdinand E. Marcos had been suffering from a kidney ailment even before he was deposed from Malacanang.

He died of kidney failure with complication to other organs (heart and lungs) on September 18, 1989 at age 72 in Hawaii, where they lived in exile after the 1986 EDSA revolution.
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