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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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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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The star of Cinemalaya's 'ML' sits down with Esquire for a colorful interview.
 
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In this excerpt from the collection 'Stay: 21 Comic Stories,' we present Sarge Lacuesta's "Bedweather," with art by Roy Allan Martinez
 
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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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The legendary actor-director on women, money, discipline, and playing the villain.
 
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As the head of Called to Rescue Philippines, media man and motivational speaker Anthony Pangilinan makes the right calls and builds bridges in an effort to fight back against human trafficking in the heart of one of its hotbeds.
 
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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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Loving isn’t always winning–not yet.
 
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Thorn of presidents and street-smart parliamentarian, Joker Arroyo looks back at a career as a human rights lawyer turned accidental politician.
 
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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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Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque was a lawyer, a law professor, and a member of Congress before he took a position at Malacañang. Here is what he's learned throughout his career, much of which is spent blinking in the spotlight.
 
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One year after the end of the siege of Marawi, martial law has still not been lifted in Mindanao.
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