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PRESIDENT Rodrigo Duterte has indicated he will not be rushed into signing a bilateral ceasefire agreement, much less resume the peace negotiations with the communists that he angrily terminated earlier this month, for all the small gestures of peace coming from the rebels. Responding to a Communist Party of the…

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FROM a do-nothing scenario, Mindanao can reach its high development potential through envisioning alternative futures. In the next six years under the Duterte administration, we have the chance to develop it into a model for cultural assimilation and diversity, and sustainable smart cities that emerging countries and economies can follow.…

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The 2017 Solaire Philippine Open, in cooperation with Meralco and PLDT, has increased its prize fund to $400,000 with the two firms coming in as the new backers of Asia’s oldest National Open, which reels off March 2 at The Country Club in Laguna. The new total purse has easily…

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DAVAO CITY: Fifteen-time champion Luisita Golf Club got a big lift from two new recruits to take a slim two-point lead over Del Monte Golf Club at the start of the 31stPhilippine Airlines Senior Interclub golf team championships. Rodel Mangulabnan made an auspicious seniors debut for Luisita with 50 points,…

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Christian Tio and Doque delos Santos soared to their third straight victories while Bibiana Magaji of Slovakia pulled off a twin title feat in the ICTSI Philippine Kiteboarding Tour Season 4’s third leg in Boracay recently. Tio, a Red Bull rider, came out of the double elims virtually unscathed then…

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Averille Sacapano tries to bounce back from twin setbacks in Iloilo as she banners the girls’ field in the Palawan Pawnshop-Palawan Express Pera Padala Dumalag leg regional tennis tournament unfolding tomorrow (Friday) at the Dumalag Tennis Club in Capiz. Sacapano, 16, fell short against La Carlota’s Tracy Llamas in last…

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