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A view of Manger Square and the Chruch of the Nativity as people gather for Christmas eve celebrations in the biblical West Bank city of Bethlehem, believed to be the birthplace of Jesus Christ, on December 24, 2012. Thousands of Palestinians and tourists were flocking to Bethlehem to mark Christmas. AFP / HAZEM BADER


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  • VP Binay slams Peña for suspending Makati sister city pacts
  • Angel Locsin, others support calls for Colmenares’ senate bid
  • ‘It’s up to courts to decide if case vs Binay will prosper’
  • 2 soldiers hurt in NPA ambush in Davao Norte
  • Sports

  • The Latest: Players back on court at Wimbledon after rain
  • WBO stripping Floyd of title a ‘disgrace,’ says Mayweather camp
  • LOOK: Stone Cold graces WWE 2K16 cover
  • PH’s Lim nips hometown bet to advance in Wimbledon boys singles
  • PH to host four-nation MVP Cup as final tune-up before Fiba Asia
  • Lifestyle

  • Bruce Jenner’s 1984 Olympic Torch going on auction block
  • Indoor cycling boutique makes spinning a full-body fitness experience
  • The Move Body Project
  • Making leisure an advocacy
  • Top travel destinations to get even better
  • Entertainment

  • Director Zhang Yimou sues ex-production partner for $2.5M
  • ‘Baby’ no more: Justin Bieber goes butt naked on Instagram
  • Did Kris Aquino diss Maria Ozawa?
  • Game of Thrones star to visit PH for comic convention
  • ‘Indecent’ Vice Ganda billboards taken down in Cebu City
  • Business

  • 10 former employees of GMA-7 Cebu file raps vs Gozon, others
  • Avida enters Tagaytay’s condominium market
  • 2GO switches to Microsoft Office 365 provided by Globe Business
  • PSEi stays below 7,500
  • Montejo: Time is ripe for tech investments in PH
  • Technology

  • What does ‘B’ on alleged Binay rosaries stand for?
  • Spacecraft closing in on Pluto hits speed bump, but recovers
  • Philae’s comet may host alien ‘life’–astronomers
  • Forget selfie: 2015 is year of the ‘velfie’
  • ‘Technology without regulation isn’t bad,’ says Uber exec
  • Opinion

  • Minimal impact
  • True food security for all
  • The misery of being Filipino
  • From Taipei to Laoag—in the middle of a storm
  • The escalating Arab wars
  • Global Nation

  • US chopper deal supplier accuses whistleblower of extortion
  • Three Korean divers found alive on Camotes Island
  • DOJ reso on case filed by Veloso vs recruiters out in a week
  • Filipina companion of foreigner with MERS-CoV clear of virus–DOH
  • DND defends shelving of missile project
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