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End of woes for Blazers?

College of St. Benilde seeks to end its misfortunes when it tackles Lyceum today in NCAA men’s basketball at The Arena in San Juan City.

Gilas Pilipinas bows to New Zealand, 89-80

New Zealand thwarted repeated rallies by Gilas Pilipinas to hack out an 89-80 win on the second day of the 2015 FIBA Olympic Qualifying Tournament and dash the hopes of the Philippines to Rio.

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The bill allowing medically-assisted death was passed Friday, and the Senate rejected an amendment which would have suspended a section of the bill requiring that a patient’s death be “reasonably foreseeable,” The National Post newspaper said.

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Scouting Turks ahead of game

A couple of hours before the face-off between the Philippines and world No. 5 France at the start of the FIBA Olympic Qualifying Tournament on July 5 at the Mall of Asia Arena, inaugural action will fire off when No. 8 Turkey and No. 26 Canada draw the curtains in the OQT that will decide which of six teams gets passage to Rio de Janeiro in August.

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Mary Joy Tabal, the Cebu-bred marathoner, arrived in the country Sunday night from Canada, eager to earn her spot in the Philippine delegation that will compete in the Rio Olympics this August.

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Duterte invited to Olympic cage qualifying

Since still months away, perhaps even a year, from actually shaking hands with Trudeau in a future state visit or some APEC-like summit, incoming Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte will nonetheless get to meet members of the Canadian basketball team if his schedule allows him to grace the inaugurals of the FIBA Olympic Qualifying Tournament at the Mall of Asia Arena in early July.

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