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  • Lleyton Hewitt says next Australian Open likely his last
  • Serena Williams to maintain No. 1 ranking after Australian Open
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  • A zodiac feast to welcome the Year of the Sheep
  • Surreal interiors, decent but not extraordinary meals
  • Familiar flavors rediscovered at a weekend market
  • Entertainment

  • MJ Lastimosa says no to ‘all-out war’ in Mindanao
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  • Manila is The 1975’s ‘second home’
  • Lineup at Malasimbo music fest to draw big international crowd
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  • Neda chief: Growth shows we’re no longer sick man of Asia
  • PSEi retreats from record highs
  • Palace welcomes increase in 2014 GDP growth despite not meeting target
  • PH GDP grew 6.1% in 2014, 6.9% in 4th quarter
  • Technology

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  • Twitter woos users with group chat and video features
  • Battle of the big phones: Samsung down in China, Apple gains
  • US cops want Google to disable traffic app
  • Rolling Stone’s archive coming to Google Play for free
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  • Editorial cartoon, January 29, 2015
  • Peace process in peril
  • Test of will in Mindanao
  • Is the Internet making us less smart?
  • ‘Poverty, the first violence’
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  • Philippines to appeal Indonesia ruling to execute Filipina
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