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  • Man without arms and legs touches lives and keeps moving forward
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  • PH won’t spend ‘a single centavo’ on 2017 Miss Universe hosting
  • Canadian doughnut chain Tim Hortons to open in PH
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  • Casting hits and misses
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  • Business

  • Visit mining communities, DENR chief urged
  • AUB 6-mo income rises 44% to P1.23B
  • Almendras rejoins Ayala conglomerate
  • Cebu Pacific buys more planes from Airbus SAS
  • Cuisia: Country risks losing out to neighbors sans TPP mantle
  • Technology

  • BTS fans make buzz on social media as group arrives in Manila
  • First electric truck unveiled by Mercedes-Benz
  • WikiLeaks, NSA leaker Edward Snowden clash on Twitter
  • Cool again: Artist creates VHS boxes for modern films
  • Facebook launches ‘Birthday Videos’
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  • Editorial cartoon, July 29, 2016
  • The majority’s minority
  • A straight-talking Sona
  • Sisterhood for VP Leni
  • How Marcos planned martial law
  • Global Nation

  • Cuisia chides Yasay for failing to get ASEAN behind sea ruling
  • Avoid confrontation in China talks, Ramos urged
  • Beloved Fil-Am activist Joe Montano dies at 47
  • US VP bet Sen. Kaine gets teary-eyed over Fil-Am staffer’s death
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