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Filipino shoppers are seen at the Carriedo market in Manila on May 31, 2012. Filipinos were the most optimistic consumers in Southeast Asia and the second most optimistic in the world, according to an international polling firm.  AFP PHOTO/NOEL CELIS
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  • Pakistan rattled by 5.5-magnitude earthquake
  • Despite lashing from Duterte, EU gives funds for drug rehab in PH
  • NPA in Mindanao still extorting, kidnapping despite ceasefire–Army
  • Village chief killed in Pangasinan town
  • Sports

  • Djokovic says Grand Slams, No. 1 ranking no longer priority
  • ‘Aggressive’ Trinidad ends shooting slump in FEU win over UST
  • WATCH: Newsome dunks over Ammons, de Ocampo in succession
  • Salem credits NU teammates for breakout performance
  • Generika players find father figure in coach Vicente
  • Lifestyle

  • Remembering September 21
  • Comic writer confirms Wonder Woman is ‘queer’
  • Stylish 8 times over
  • Campus theater tackles plight of indigenous people in ‘Kasaray Duma’
  • Hot for chocolate
  • Entertainment

  • Heart Evangelista bids ‘second mom’ Miriam farewell
  • Sony closes on Michael Jackson’s stake in music publisher
  • Filipina’s strife portrayed in NBC sitcom ‘Mail Order Family’
  • Deal will allow Brad Pitt visitation with children
  • ‘Breaking Bad’ star Aaron Paul posts tribute to Pearl Jam
  • Business

  • Glaxo paying $20M to resolve SEC charges of China bribery
  • How to find the right outsourcing partner for your business
  • Green buildings for the country’s emerging cities
  • Yes, Asia is obsessed with white skin
  • Net outflow of ‘hot money’ hits $701M
  • Technology

  • Sharks: feared predator in need of protection
  • Porn video played in Jakarta traffic jam
  • Google Maps update allows hands-free navigation
  • A year of Alphabet: Great for Google, less so for moonshots
  • US official: Hackers targeted election systems of 20 states
  • Opinion

  • Editorial cartoon, October 1, 2016
  • Miriam: an original
  • Taking back power
  • Wanted: number-streams
  • Learning from mistakes
  • Global Nation

  • Israel condemns Duterte for invoking Hitler
  • US mood hardens as leader of ally PH stokes outrage
  • Defense ministers discuss defusing South China Sea incidents
  • Palace: Duterte rejects comparisons with Hitler
  • Germany: Duterte Hitler remarks ‘unacceptable’
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