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The Netflix series 'Narcos: Mexico' is the story of Enrique "Kiki" Camarena, an American DEA agent who was kidnapped, tortured, and killed by the Cali drug cartel in Mexico. Is there anything we can learn for our own drug war?
 
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Boiled pig snout. Blood sausages. A pint of craft beer brewed with Sagada oranges, clubbing to country music, and drinking with a bone hunter. Kara Ortiga visits Baguio to gorge on their local food-only to find a more interesting, outré side to the Cordilleras.
 
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In Japanese-occupied Manila, an American woman who was known as "Madame Tsubaki" ran a night club that offered drinks, music, and companionship to homesick soldiers. It was a front for a spy ring that funneled information and supplies to guerilla groups outside the city.
 
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The subject of an upcoming movie, the crime syndicate has roots as a government-backed anti-communist vigilante group.
 
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A painting, presumably a boceto of "Spoliarium" by Juan Luna is about to be auctioned off on September 22, 2018, raising many questions about its authenticity and bringing public attention to the entire process of authentication.
 
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Revisit Patricia Evangelista's "The Darkness of Fear" from Esquire's May 2012 issue.
 
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The story of Pete Lacaba's "Prometheus Unbound", a poem in which the first letters of each line, when read downwards, spelled out a secret message for the resistance movement against the dictator.
 
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Rene Rivo has made a name for himself in the audiophile community with his expertise in restoring and assembling turntables and amplifiers.
 
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As long as you know the right hashtags, child pornography is just a few clicks or taps away on Twitter. Here, evil does not even bother to hide. It’s not just a dark corner of the web anymore-the Philippines’ child sexual exploitation crisis is right at your doorstep.
 
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Khavn De La Cruz’s film is based on the real life history of Samar at the turn of the century.
 
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On May 25, 2000, just as PAL flight 812 was about to land in Manila, a passenger listed as Augusto Lakandula announced the beginning of one of the most bizarre hijackings in commercial flight history.
 
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Certified audiophile Tonyboy de Leon of 78-45-33 knows that old-school vinyl may trump all your newfangled formats.
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