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Viernes loss throws off plans, but Revellers cope to close in on crown

April 25, 2018

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2 Pasay cops arrested for extorting money at illegal terminal

April 25, 2018

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P5-M smuggled cigarettes seized, 3 Indonesians nabbed in GenSan

April 25, 2018

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Durant, Green lead Warriors past Spurs into second round

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‘I can never lose the learnings, beautiful memories’ – Sister Patricia Fox

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Scarlet Snow Belo Wants to be Part of the Avengers

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‘Bahala na’

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Lapu-Lapu, national hero

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Dance for the brain

Michael L. Tan

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Turning diaspora into identity

Roderick Toledo

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Like a child

Danilo G. Mendiola

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Duterte: Make China great again

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Guns, a nun, and free speech

Luis H. Francia

Child labor: The Devil’s work 

Dr. Jose Mario Bautista Maximiano

Pimentel: Apology to Kuwait gains friendship, respect, for PH

April 25, 2018

The Philippines has nothing to lose from apologizing to Kuwait, instead, the country would gain the Gulf state’s “friendship and respect,” Senate President Aquilino “Koko” Pimentel III said Wednesday. Video and editing by Noy Morcoso Visit us at http://www.inquirer.net Facebook: http://facebook.com/inquirerdotnet Twitter: http://twitter.com/inquirerdotnet

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