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  • NPA killed 3 accused of being military assets—Army
  • Tacloban airport shuts down after plane gets stuck at runway
  • Guard killed while intervening in car theft, kidnap try
  • Former South Korean first lady begins rare trip to North Korea
  • Bill for scholarship program board awaits Aquino’s signature
  • Sports

  • NCC head believes PH cheerleaders can reap Olympic hardware
  • Amid pullouts, Alapag still confident of current Gilas pool
  • Top Filipino Olympic track bets to train in US
  • Nika Ortega: Female ring judge unleashes a knockout punch
  • June Mar Fajardo: I’ll skip Gilas duties for now
  • Lifestyle

  • Milk campaign to benefit over 600,000 kids
  • Bring the light in
  • Inspiring reading for teens
  • Plant nursery is a model garden
  • Efficient public transport contributes to good health
  • Entertainment

  • Beats gone Haywyre at Mall of Asia Arena
  • Zayn Malik, Perrie Edwards call off engagement
  • Lenny Kravitz rips pants on stage, accidentally exposes his penis
  • Jessica Sanchez returns to Manila for an intimate show
  • Actor Pierce Brosnan stopped at airport with knife
  • Business

  • Global stocks mostly higher as investors await US data
  • Century Pacific’s H1 net profit up 30%
  • PSEi returns to 7,600 mark
  • Premium Leisure hikes stake in Pacific Online to 50.1%
  • Filinvest Land’s P8B new bond offer ok’d
  • Technology

  • Spotify’s Top 10 most viral tracks
  • Stand-alone gadgets trump all-in-one devices
  • WATCH: Lexus hoverboard in action
  • Did Fractofusus discover sex 565 million years ago?
  • US huntress draws flak for posting pics with dead animals
  • Opinion

  • Editorial Cartoon, August 5, 2015
  • Modernizing the Naia
  • Reinventing Roxas
  • Luistro on the HPV vaccine
  • ‘Necessary fictions’
  • Global Nation

  • One of 3 complainants vs Veloso recruiters backs out
  • De Lima orders Wang Bo deportation
  • 2 ships donated by Australia arrive in PH
  • Japanese firm sacks 157 workers for refusing to be called ‘agency hires’
  • Asean finally makes united stand on China bold reclamations
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