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  • Abu Sayyaf got P353M in ransom in 1st 6 months
  • A fugitive for 4 years, ex-PCSO exec pleads not guilty
  • De Lima tags Gloria Arroyo camp in ‘smear’ job
  • Minority bucks House panel report, wants De Lima charged
  • Poverty down as Filipinos enjoy higher paying jobs
  • Sports

  • No room for complacency for top Gilas pick Belo
  • Victolero looking to bolster wing, frontcourt from draft picks
  • A spit in democracy’s face
  • I want the belt, says Pacquiao
  • Ramirez: They should’ve been allowed to run
  • Lifestyle

  • How to achieve that coveted dewy Korean look
  • Guys, this is good news
  • This affirms life
  • Aranaz is going international—thanks to Instagram
  • New streetwear is all about rock and ’90s throwback
  • Entertainment

  • ‘Doctor Strange’ conjures up flashy magic, but could’ve been more
  • David Guetta to set the local EDM scene on fire
  • PH horror flick makes it in Shudder site
  • MTRCB Chair Villareal: I heard Liezl’s voice
  • Good music, not contentious issues, brings 4 divas together
  • Business

  • BCDA says it was unaware of WB blacklist of Chinese firms
  • Proposed deals with Japan
  • Consumers becoming healthier, greener, more family-oriented
  • For e-commerce companies, it’s a matter of trust
  • SM’s Parisian puts its best foot forward
  • Technology

  • Microsoft unveils first-ever Surface desktop PC
  • WATCH: US burger chain epicly ‘trolls’ rival for Halloween
  • Humanity decimating planetary wildlife—report
  • Not ‘patient zero': the origins of US AIDS epidemic
  • Microsoft releases ‘how to train your AI’ open-source toolkit
  • Opinion

  • Editorial cartoon, October 28, 2016
  • ‘Closer than a brother’
  • E-commerce as great equalizer
  • A receipt in copper
  • To burn or not to burn
  • Global Nation

  • De Lima to Duterte: Be careful with statements on sea row
  • No Duterte meeting with Japan emperor, no faux pas
  • Duterte open to naval exercises with Japan
  • Filipino fishermen are back in Panatag
  • $19B in financial deals from Japan
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