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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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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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Singer, actor, and lifestyle writer Franco Laurel describes the ups and downs of a professional life that has taken him to many places, and how family can keep a man together.
 
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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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A few months ago, he was a little-known BBC television presenter. Now, Henry Golding is the star of Crazy Rich Asians, the box office hit of the year. The British-Malaysian discusses growing up in Surrey, his unlikely ascent to Hollywood and how he hopes to be a new kind of leading man.
 
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"I’ve had to reinvent myself four or five times. And I’m now working on the most challenging reinvention: survivor."
 
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The former congressman, activist, and human rights lawyer on his memories of torture under Martial Law.
 
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A look back at his interview with Esquire Philippines from May 2015.
 
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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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There are too many things we don't understand about the massacre at Balangiga, argues this history professor.
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