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  • 16 December 2018
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    Pumaren: Adamson has gained respectability

    AFTER a three-year love affair with Adamson University, coach Franz Pumaren is likely to get a contract extension with the team. But with the Soaring Falcons taking a much-needed break after a grueling campaign in the 81st UAAP basketball tournament campaign, nothing is cast in stone – for now. ...

  • 16 December 2018
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    Yulo seen as new face of PH Gymnastics

    Gymnastics in the Philippines enjoyed a fairly huge success during the 80’s when Bea Lucero became the darling of the sport because of her ability and charisma. Lucero was so popular she even became an endorser of a powder energy drink that showcased her talent as a superstar gymnast ...

  • 16 December 2018
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    Martial law extended anew: Actual rebellion doesn’t exist, say critics

    TO nobody’s surprise, the two houses of Congress yesterday granted President Duterte’s request to extend martial law implementation in Mindanao and the suspension of the writ of habeas corpus in the area for another year. In a joint session at the Batasang Pambansa complex in Quezon City, congressmen and ...

  • 16 December 2018
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    Border. (PG)

    Snuffed Out! Security comes of age in Border. Again, Sweden shows its uncanny ability to pull off a totally fresh and unique film brought to B.C. by Mongrel Media. Unsettling, imaginative, creative and with a touch of realism sums up this savvy and slick bit of filmmaking whose odd ...

  • 15 December 2018
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    Balangiga bells finally back home

    THREE church bells taken as war trophies by American soldiers 117 years ago from Balangiga town, Eastern Samar arrived in the country yesterday. The arrival of the Balangiga bells, among the most famous symbols of resistance to US colonialism, is seen to end a dark chapter in relations between ...

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