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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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  • 85 fall ill with diarrhea in North Cotabato; contaminated water blamed
  • Comelec chair Bautista on calls to quit: Not at fault
  • YTC rolls out community education programs for 16th Anniversary
  • Court junks Jinggoy’s furlough plea to swear in daughter
  • Malaysian woman dies after airbag ruptures in accident
  • Sports

  • NBA: Commissioners Silver, Tatum participate in NYC Pride parade
  • Lionel Messi retires from international football
  • Top NBA Draft pick Ben Simmons’ cousin killed in hit-and-run
  • Chile wins 2nd straight Copa America title as Messi misses
  • WIMBLEDON 2016: Djokovic seeks next step toward Golden Slam
  • Lifestyle

  • Whirlpool Moms Celebration on 5th Year
  • US companies brew ‘chocolate chip cookie dough’ beer
  • Fabulous works by Luna and 19th-century masters ‘repatriated’
  • Durian as aphrodisiac: Myths and legends about Duterte’s favorite fruit
  • ‘The Nest’ author Cynthia D’Aprix Sweeney: ‘We are all born into a story we have little control over’
  • Entertainment

  • Kiray’s hidden desire for Enchong Dee
  • July a big month for Alden Richards
  • ‘Hamog’ and ‘Honor Thy Father’ land in the New York Times
  • Focus shared, instead of firmly fixed
  • Julio Diaz update: Back to work
  • Business

  • Asian stocks mixed as markets await Brexit fallout
  • Oil extends slide on worries about impact of Brexit
  • China devalues yuan almost 1 percent as dollar surges
  • AUB to double branch network
  • Pound at 30-year low in post-Brexit fallout
  • Technology

  • Google offers classes on making Android apps
  • $4 Indian smartphone to start shipping on June 30
  • No new iPhone series until 2017, Apple says
  • PH 7th most vulnerable to mobile malware attacks—security firm
  • Moving Limits: Dare to defy the norm with Cherry Mobile M1
  • Opinion

  • Chief Justice stands up to traffic crisis powers
  • How it’s done
  • A British tragedy in one act
  • As long as Basti Artadi sings, we’ll never be old
  • The key to solving poverty
  • Global Nation

  • AFP admits abduction of Indonesians
  • Carpio: UN tribunal must void China claim
  • American journalist robbed aboard taxi; cops nab, charge suspect
  • Malaysia, Indonesia want PH to do more to tackle Abu Sayyaf
  • Filipino priest named Saipan bishop
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