The Manila Times

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PRESIDENT Rodrigo Duterte’s swift declaration of martial law in Mindanao Tuesday night, following the terrorist attack in Marawi City, has drawn mixed reactions from the public, with some critics quick to hark back to the abuses committed during the military rule of the Marcos regime. Duterte’s declaration, however, should not…

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Jobim Carlos rode on a blistering frontside charge to cushion the impact of a shaky windup, carding a four-under 68 and wresting a one-stroke lead over American Nicolas Paez and Nathan Park of Australia at the start of the ICTSI Philippine Masters at the Villamor Golf Club on Wednesday. Marvin…

VOLLEYBALL

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Pocari Sweat shoots for the second and last outright semis berth as it tangles with cellar dweller Air Force today at the close of the double-round elims in the Premier Volleyball League at the Filoil Flying V Center in San Juan. The Lady Warriors should have no problem going for…

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Philippine representative Rebisco-PSL Manila buckles down to work today against Japan at the start of the Asian Women’s Club Championships at Boris Alexandrov Sports Palace in Ust-Kamenogorsk, Kazakhstan. National team coach Francis Vicente said Japan, which normally has an import it hardly uses, would be a suitable opponent for the…

TRIATHLON

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Organizers of the Regent 5150 Triathlon brace for a record field clashing for top honors in the local version of the world’s largest Olympic distance triathlon series, which stages its third edition on June 4 in Subic Bay. Six hundred forty entries have so far entered in the main event…

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The overwhelming success of the Valentine concert #LoveThrowback2 proves that OPM is very much alive. It also shows that you can never go wrong with timeless songs that have become the soundtrack of most Filipino’s love story. The concert will go on stage once more on May 27 at the…

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