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  • Billionaire, pilot die in helicopter crash
  • ‘Egay’ warning signals 1 and 2 still up over 13 provinces
  • Duterte to CIDG: Probe ‘fake’ rice in Davao City
  • Bocaue’s pagoda sails again despite Ormoc sea mishap
  • 2 drug pushers nabbed in Cebu
  • Sports

  • Aces sweep Hotshots, book first Finals slot
  • Akhuetie gives Altas Bright prospects
  • Chicano tops rain-shortened Unilab Tri United second leg
  • No safe lead in PBA s’final duels
  • Perfect time to shine for Aces rookie Dela Rosa
  • Lifestyle

  • ‘Leading Lady’ musical is back; Senas hold father-and-son exhibit
  • Remembering The Great Maya Plisetskaya
  • ‘Shadow and Bone’ author in Manila: Fantasy is her cup of tea
  • ‘Freedom’ artworks exhibited at Resorts World
  • ‘Far from the Madding Crowd’: Hardy novel gets new screen treatment
  • Entertainment

  • Agents of Ambush, July 6, 2015
  • Tuldok, July 6, 2015
  • Love Knots, July 6, 2015
  • Elementary, July 6, 2015
  • A. Lipin, July 6, 2015
  • Business

  • Europe tensely awaits Greek voters’ bailout decision
  • US, Europe investors bullish on PH
  • Bid submission deadline for P4-B ITS project set
  • Biz Buzz
  • Gov’t, Calax bid winner set to sign contract soon
  • Technology

  • Amen! ‘Morally better’ website takes on Facebook
  • 5 blind French hikers cross mountain range
  • Top 3 iOS apps for the summer
  • Telco donates mobile digital lab to Kindergarten schools
  • DOST-PTV deal seeks to boost gov’t’s free Wi-Fi project
  • Opinion

  • What China can’t take from us
  • What drives Stephen Curry as professional basketball player?
  • Members’ concerns are our priority—Pag-Ibig
  • Records show facts, seedling bank tax liability
  • Binay or Roxas: neither of them can be trusted
  • Global Nation

  • 3 Koreans disappear while diving in Lapu-Lapu City
  • MMDA defends purchase of 10 Suzuki big bikes for APEC
  • Filipino teen recovers in Sudan after life-saving surgery
  • Worst scenario: No money from Greece
  • Execs going to Hague with ‘head high’
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