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Children sit on improvised chairs as they wait for relief goods in New Bataan, Compostela province on Dec. 12, 2012 nearly one week after the southern part of the Philippines was hit by Typhoon Pablo (Bopha.) As schools open on Monday, Jan. 7, 2013, teachers are faced with the tough challenge on how to lure back students still coping with the devastation brought by Pablo.  AFP PHOTO/TED ALJIBE
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  • Mindanao police get new patrol jeeps
  • ‘Egay’ strands over 800 passengers in Bohol port, says PCG
  • 6.1 quake jolts Visayas, Mindanao areas
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  • For 4th year in row, Rafael Nadal loses early at Wimbledon
  • Yeng Guiao admits difficulty breaking Beermen zone
  • Fajardo: Rain or Shine prepared its defense for me
  • Cabagnot praying for better start for Beermen in Game 2
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  • Sotheby’s coming to source jewelry for auction
  • Jojie Lloren presents his fashion as art–at the CCP, no less
  • 5 ways to detox before leaving the house
  • Where to get your Minions fix
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  • First time’s the charm at World fest
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  • Matt Bomer, ‘spiritual stripper’ sings, too
  • Teener kicks off rebooted ‘Scream’
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  • Singapore Airlines unveils new SilverKris lounge in Manila
  • Canadian economy heading for recession—banks
  • Ford recalls 433K cars because of software problem
  • Firm accuses Alberto Lina of plunder over nixed deal
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  • AP Exclusive: China Ministry posted bootleg ‘Liar’s Poker’
  • 26 million Facebook users go rainbow for gay marriage ruling
  • Robot kills man at Volkswagen plant in Germany
  • Diabetes drug helps people lose weight—study
  • Woman with no memory searches online for identity, family
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  • All is not well in UNA
  • Continuing challenges to RH Law
  • Japanese with a different face
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  • DOT targets more tourists from Singapore
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