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What happened at the Phil­ippine Arena during the Philippine-Australia basketball match indeed shocked millions of basketball fanatics worldwide. While totally unexpected from Filipino cagers who have made their names in professional bas­ketball through the highest level of discipline and sportsmanship, what transpired before, dur­ing and after that controversial game will surely leave an ugly scar in FIBA history.

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As the 32 teams from five confederations compete for the 2018 FIFA World Cup currently being held in Russia, sports aficiona­dos worldwide, with much excitement, patiently await the tournament’s result. It has been dubbed the most expensive World Cup ever in FIFA and football fans ex­pect no less than the most exhilarating football series this year.

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Peaceful resolution of territorial disputes is always the first and pursued option for countries battling over land or sea domain.

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“It is the common good which makes republics great… If citizens are guided by good passions like love of country, compassion, and love of justice, they are likely to vote wisely.” (Viroli, How to Choose a Leader, 2016).

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The recent discovery of rhinoceros bones and stone tools in Cagayan Valley opens up a great deal of possibilities for Philippine history. Not only will this impact our past as a nation but as well as our culture and heritage as a people.

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Today we commemorate the bravery and heroism of those who laid down their lives on April 9, 1942, to offer us the liberty we enjoy today.

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