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Federer downs Nadal, faces Novak in title duel

By AGENCE FRANCE-PRESSE July 14, 2019 LONDON: Roger Federer reached his 12th Wimbledon final on Friday (Saturday in Manila), defeating old rival Rafael Nadal “in one of his favorite ever matches”, 11 years after he lost their epic 2008 title showdown at the All England Club, a match widely regarded …

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BW, Ginebra aim to solidify positions

By THE MANILA TIMES July 14, 2019 Blackwater and Barangay Ginebra San Miguel want a firmer hold of the No. 3 and 4 quarterfinal spots, when they face their respective rivals in Season 44 Philippine Basketball Association Commissioner’s Cup today at the Araneta Coliseum. The Elite (6-4 win-loss record) take …

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PH trackster Obiena wins gold in Universiade

By JOSEF T. RAMOS, TMT July 14, 2019 Filipino trackster Ernest John Obiena not only ruled the men’s pole vault competition in the 2019 Universiade in Napoli, Italy but also registered a new Philippine record on Saturday (Philippine time). Obiena, 23, registered 5.76 meters to outclass German Torben Blech and …

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US begins migrants’ deportation

By ASSOCIATED PRESS July 14, 2019 WASHINGTON, D.C: The head of Immigration and Customs Enforcement said efforts to deport families with orders to leave the country will continue after an upcoming national sweep that President Donald Trump said would start Sunday (Monday in Manila). Matthew Albence, the agency’s acting director, …

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Duterte willing to invoke MDT

By CATHERINE S. VALENTE, TMT July 14, 2019 IF push comes to shove, President Rodrigo Duterte would invoke the Mutual Defense Treaty (MDT) between the US and the Philippines should its long-time ally declare war on China in a bid to stop Beijing’s intrusion in the West Philippine (South China) …

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Pence witnesses migrants’ miseries

By ASSOCIATED PRESS July 14, 2019 WASHINGTON, D.C.: US Vice President Mike Pence toured two detention facilities on the Texas border Friday (Saturday in Manila), including a Border Patrol station where hundreds of men were crowded in sweltering cages without cots. Some of the men said they were hungry and …

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