Sport and apartheid in South Africa — a complicated story
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Sport and apartheid in South Africa — a complicated story

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‘Fantastica’, kumita na ng P400 milyon
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‘Halik’ recap: Lino stands up for Jade; Jacky in tears after paternity revelation
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‘Halik’ recap: Lino stands up for Jade; Jacky in tears after paternity revelation

The hit drama “Halik” on Thursday reached a climactic turn with the confirmation of Lino…

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Sports U: Navigating world champion Jerwin Ancajas’ Survival Camp
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LeBron James leads pack in early All-Star voting
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LeBron James leads pack in early All-Star voting

Los Angeles Lakers forward LeBron James dunks against the Houston Rockets during the fourth quarter…

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Drugmaker Bristol-Myers to buy Celgene for $74-B
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Drugmaker Bristol-Myers to buy Celgene for $74-B

Bristol-Myers Squibb Co said on Thursday it would buy Celgene Corp for about $74 billion…

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Renewables overtake coal as Germany’s main energy source
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Renewables overtake coal as Germany’s main energy source

Solar panels in Bad Hersfeld, Germany, May 14, 2013. RLisi Niesner, Reuters File Photo FRANKFURT…

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Diokno in-laws’ firm bagged P551 million in gov’t projects
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Diokno in-laws’ firm bagged P551 million in gov’t projects

MANILA – The construction firm owned by the in-laws of Budget Secretary Benjamin Diokno cornered…

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3 patay, 2 sugatan sa pamamaril sa Basilan
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3 patay, 2 sugatan sa pamamaril sa Basilan

BASILAN – Patay ang 3 magkakapamilya habang sugatan ang 2 iba pa matapos pagbabarilin sa…

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Whatever it takes
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Whatever it takes

Terrence Romeo talks to reporters as he attends his first practice with San Miguel. For…

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