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Global News

Spell out China strategy in Sona, Carpio tells Duterte


President Duterte should spell out in his State of the Nation Address (Sona) on Monday his strategy on the territorial dispute with China after a Social Weather Stations (SWS) poll found that 9 of 10 Filipinos wanted the Philippines to recover its islands in the West Philippine Sea that Beijing had seized, acting Chief Justice Antonio Carpio said on Sunday. "I think this is a message to the Duterte administration that they have to listen to the people and that they cannot set aside the arbitral ruling," Carpio said. "This is really overwhelming. The Filipino people don't buy the appeasement policy that if we enforce the arbitral ruling, it means war [with China]," he said. "...Keep on reading: Spell out China strategy in Sona, Carpio tells Duterte

Local News

Bangsamoro Law hurdles Senate

The Senate on Monday ratified the proposed Bangsamoro Organic Law, hours ahead of President Rodrigo Duterte's 3rd State of the Nation Address.

Sports News

Golf: Molinari plots course through the mayhem to win British Open

Francesco Molinari kept the coolest head in Carnoustie as he steered a steady course through a wild afternoon of nail-biting tension at the British Open on Sunday to become the first Italian major champion.

Column: This version of Woods seems like a nostalgia act

CARNOUSTIE, Scotland --- All around him on a windy summer day on the links of Carnoustie, the leaders were imploding as Tiger Woods moved into the lead at the turn. It felt like old times at the British Open, as familiar as his Sunday red shirt and the swarm of fans that cheered his every shot. Then Woods imploded, too, and there's something that's become increasingly familiar about that. If this was the Woods of 15 years ago, he likely would be "the champion golfer of the year," as they say over here, and have his name on the claret jug a fourth time. The fans felt this could be the culmination of the comeback. Twitter told late-rising Americans to get to their screens, and fans at ...Keep on reading: Column: This version of Woods seems like a nostalgia act

PVL: FEU upends St. Benilde

Far Eastern University displayed its composure after squandering an early two-set lead to defeat College of St. Benilde, 25-19, 32-30, 15-25, 24-26, 15-4, yesterday in the 2018 Premier Volleyball League Reinforced Conference at The Arena in San Juan City

Entertainment News

Cacai on estranged ‘Love’ Ahron: Who am I not ...


There are people who just aren't meant to be together romantically and are probably better off as friends," said comedienne Cacai Bautista when asked about the status of her relationship with actor Ahron Villena. Cacai admitted not talking to Ahron for over a year because she felt hurt that the latter publicly denied ever having had a romantic relationship with her. This was even though they were often seen together and went on trips abroad, or that Cacai would refer to him as "Love." "I've learned a lot of lessons from what happened between us. I'm sure he picked up a lot of things from it, as well. I've become more mature because of it. Who am I not to forgive?" the comedienn...Keep on reading: Cacai on estranged ‘Love’ Ahron: Who am I not to forgive?

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