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In 2010, Esquire.com named her to its worldwide list of 195 Sexiest Women Alive for her work reporting on Al-Qaeda. Today, the threats may have changed, but Ressa remains a constant presence on the forefront of the fight for freedom.
 
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Actor Diego Luna is the star of the upcoming Netflix series Narcos: Mexico, in which he portrays Miguel Ángel Félix Gallardo, a Mexican drug lord who almost single-handedly created the Guadalajara Cartel in the 1980s.
 
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As Chief Executive Officer of Globe, he has been recognized as the best CEO in the Philippines by FinanceAsia. In this interview, we look in on the thoughts of one of the country's most powerful drivers of change.
 
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A look back at his interview with Esquire Philippines from May 2015.
 
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Marty Syjuco and Michael Collins on justice, Jacqueline Comes Home, and their new film Almost Sunrise.
 
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This month's featured photographer was behind some of Esquire Philippines' most memorable covers.
 
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Dr. Ingicco is the leader of the archaeological team that unearthed a find in Kalinga that may prove that humans were in the Philippines ten times longer than previously believed.
 
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In this 2014 interview, QC Mayor Herbert Bautista talks about...everything.
 
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The Fil-Am Pulitzer Prize-Winning photojournalist speaks about what it takes to tell the world's most urgent, most difficult stories.
 
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Nevertheless, he’s exactly what we need this holiday season.
 
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The Fil-Am funnyman says slapstick is part of his routine.
 
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"It was going to go very dark, and I don’t know what happened."
 
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"Photography is a privilege, it always has been. Because once you’ve shot something, it’s like you're holding on to it. You’re not leaving the experience."
 
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"I do not engage in nitpicking on my own work. The basic propositions remain valid.”
 
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Raimund Marasigan on his many bands, his US tour with the Eraserheads, and why the best time for Pinoy music is right now.
 
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The Presidential Legal Counsel, on his deep connection with Duterte, the abolition of Congress, Marcos, the war on drugs, the West PH Sea, his "hopeless cases."
 
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Author F.H. Batacan talks about how it began more than one decade ago. Here, she chats with Kara Ortiga about why human beings are a scary species, what to expect from her next novel, and her true passion for classical guitar.