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Tolentino, Choco Mucho halt skid; Army drubs BaliPure

    MANILA, Philippines – Choco Mucho rose from a five-game losing slump as the Flying Titans survived a five-set thriller over the feisty Chef’s Classics Lady Red Spikers, 32-34, 25-12, 23-25, 25-18, 15-11, in the Premier Volleyball League (PVL) Open Conference on Saturday, September 21 at Malolos Sports and ........»»

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Almazan finally proves worth for success-hungry Meralco

MANILA, Philippines – Meralco traded a part of its future for Raymond Almazan – and that gamble finally paid off as it stunned reigning PBA Governors' Cup champions Magnolia.  Almazan delivered his finest game since getting acquired by the Bolts, registering 19 points, 13 rebounds, 2 assists, and 1 block ........»»

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Jonathan Van Ness reveals he is HIV-positive

MANILA, Philippines – Jonathan Van Ness has opened up about his HIV-positive status in his upcoming memoir, Over The Top, an excerpt of which was shared to The New York Times . In the memoir, Queer Eye’s resident grooming expert recalls how, when he was 25 years old, he fainted while working on a client’s ........»»

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Paris climate march organizers call for protest end after clashes

PARIS, France – Organizers of a climate march in Paris on Saturday, September 21, urged protesters to call it quits after violent clashes between police and radical activists who authorities said had infiltrated the rally. "Take no risks and leave the march for the climate. The conditions for a non-violent march ........»»

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Environmental activists get down and dirty on mass cleanup day

PARIS, France – Thousands of volunteers wielding nets and bin bags scoured coasts, parks and riverbanks across the globe Saturday, September 21, in a litter-picking drive highlighting the vast quantity of trash dumped worldwide, a day after mass international climate protests . Campaigners took part in World Cleanup Day from Manila to ........»»

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Marcial settles for silver in World Boxing Championships

MANILA, Philippines – Eumir Marcial fell short in his bid of giving the Philippines its first gold in the AIBA World Championships. The Filipino absorbed a unanimous decision loss to hometown bet Gleb Bakshi in their middleweight finals duel at the EXPO Arena in Ekaterinburg, Russia on Saturday, September 21.  Suffering a ........»»

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Identifying a fake picture online is harder than you might think

It can be hard to tell whether a picture is real. Consider, as the participants in our recent research did, these two images and see whether you think neither, either or both of them has been doctored. You might have based your assessment of the images on the ........»»

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Hong Kong a police state, prominent protesters tell AFP

WASHINGTON, United States – Hong Kong is a "police state" where officers – once dubbed "Asia's finest" – are conducting abuses in the service of the city's pro-Beijing leadership, prominent voices in the global financial hub's weeks-long protest movement told AFP Saturday, September 21. The comments came as riot police and ........»»

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From the streets to the summit: Young climate leaders mobilize at UN

UNITED NATIONS, United States – A day after youth-led global climate strikes, several hundred young activists including Greta Thunberg gathered for a climate summit at the United Nations on Saturday, September 21, hitting out at older generations for doing too little to curb carbon emissions. The UN has invited 500 ........»»

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As global leaders meet, the Amazon rainforest burns

RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil – The fires that burned through the Amazon rainforest last month sparked international outcry and offers of help, but as world leaders meet in New York, the planet's largest rainforest remains engulfed in flames. The latest satellite data from Brazil's National Institute for Space Research (INPE) ........»»

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The Racing Legends

Part 6 AFTER acknowledging the first batch of father and son legends two weeks ago, we continued with the legendary Jovy Marcelo and his father Eddie, and the living legends…READ.....»»

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A whole lot of living to do — all in a day

Last of two parts As far as lifting the family from nearly the cellar of poverty is concerned, Jose had beaten me to the draw. At this, I would wonder…READ.....»»

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23 states sue Trump over emission rules

SACRAMENTO, California: This US state sued the Trump administration from revoking its authority to set greenhouse gas emission and fuel economy standards for cars and trucks, enlisting help from 22…READ.....»»

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Windmills of my mind

Justice Secretary Menardo Guevarra said Rolito Go served his sentence in full after it was commuted, hence he should be excluded from the list of convicts who have allegedly been…READ.....»»

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Talent is the new tech, data is the new oil

Part 1 of 2   Of the most valuable public companies in the world, 7 out of 10 are now from software tech, beating out oil, banking, retail and consumer goods…READ.....»»

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Peace and climate justice is needed to save the planet

The world is afire again, the flames heartbreakingly consuming shrubs, trees and forests in Australia, Portugal, Brazil, and recently in California and Siberia, and elsewhere, too. The world community has…READ.....»»

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Why God cares for the poor and we should, too

Hear this, you who trample upon the needy and destroy the poor of the land! … “We will buy the lowly for silver, and the poor for a pair of…READ.....»»

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‘Agricultural renaissance’  is either official nonsense or punditry’s idiocy

The surging prices of eggs, a pressing, urgent problem for poor families that depend on eggs and cheap noodles for daily survival, have been obscured by bigger agri-related issues —…READ.....»»

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Turn south toward friends Down Under

Australia’s ambassador to the Philippines, Steven Robinson, visited The Manila Times recently. And in an interview, he caught our attention when he said that his country and the Philippines should…READ.....»»

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