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A resident covers his nose as he walks past typhoon Pablo's victims which are left unattended at New Bataan town in Compostela Valley on Dec. 8, 2012. Almost a month after the typhoon wreaked havoc, officials urged residents to unite in the face of the daunting tasks of rebuilding and reconstruction.  AP Photo/Bullit Marquez
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News

  • Court employees simulate escape from building during earthquake drill
  • Investigators scramble to analyze wreckage for MH370 link
  • Cecil, Zimbabwe’s majestic lion, remembered
  • Seaborne hospital, evacuation eyed in event of killer quake
  • 8 congressmen ‘die’ in big quake drill
  • Sports

  • Olympic teams to swim, boat in Rio’s filth
  • Paris Saint-Germain beats Manchester United 2-0
  • Racal Motors joins ABL, brings Filipino teams to two
  • Bach: Boston failed to deliver on ‘promises’ to USOC
  • Brady fights on, files lawsuit to stop suspension
  • Lifestyle

  • Eat, pray, shop: Philippine malls become the new town plazas
  • What happened to the Gloriamaris of my generation?
  • Beef ‘tapa,’ ‘champorado,’ ‘gatas ng kalabaw’–traditional breakfast fare in a Malolos household
  • This place will satisfy your Korean cravings
  • Chicken liver paté, the Johnlu Koa way
  • Entertainment

  • ‘Underground’ snares John Legend for slave drama’s music
  • Spandau Ballet concert in Manila
  • Review: Mission accomplished for Cruise in new ‘MI’ flick
  • Yaya Dub’s a smash
  • New day, new life for Zsa Zsa Padilla
  • Business

  • Facebook profit dips as expenses bite into revenue
  • Gov’t subsidies to hit record high in ’16
  • ALI unveils newest upscale condo project
  • Security Bank net profit up 29% in first 6 months
  • DMCI expects 6-month profit to grow by 17%
  • Technology

  • Galaxy S6 fails to reverse profit decline at Samsung
  • FireChat rolls out ‘quake-proof’ private messaging feature
  • Google adds Filipino, 19 other languages to translation app
  • Binay cries: I am a victim of cyberbullying
  • Will the Internet listen to your private conversations?
  • Opinion

  • Editorial cartoon, July 30, 2015
  • Scandal in INC
  • Revisiting ‘daang matuwid’
  • A ‘science nation’
  • Infrastructure brings communities together
  • Global Nation

  • PH files new pleading in UN tribunal
  • Ramon Magsaysay Awards cites Filipino for art crusade in South
  • ‘China dredging 10 reefs’
  • Feds say 2 Americans traveled to PH, carried out murder-for-hire
  • Bayan USA: More far left than the PH far left
  • Marketplace
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