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|Yahoo! News: 70 years later, pain from Battle of Manila lingers|
MacArthur announced on February 6: ?Manila has fallen.? But the Battle of Manila was just beginning. When it ended on March 3, what was once the ?Pearl of the Orient? became the second most devastated city in World War II after Warsaw ? with 100,000 civilians dead.
|Yahoo! News: US billionaire says WWII Japanese ship found in Philippines|
(AFP) "World War II battleship Musashi sank 1944 is found," Allen announced in a Twitter post that has been re-tweeted close to 19,000 times. The discovery was the end of an eight-year search for the Musashi, backed by historical data from four countries and using "advanced technology" that surveyed the seabed, Allen said in a statement on his website.
|BoxingNews24: Mayweather to begin training next week on 3/2 for Pacquiao fight|
By Chris Williams: Next Monday on 3/2, Floyd Mayweather Jr will begin his training camp for his fight against Manny Pacquiao. Mayweather will be training for eight weeks for the Pacquiao fight, which will be taking place on May 2nd at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada.
|CBSNews: Ronda Rousey vs. Cat Zingano: Match decided in just 14 seconds|
(AP) Ronda Rousey stopped Cat Zingano with an acrobatic armbar 14 seconds into the first round, dramatically defending her bantamweight title at UFC 184 on Saturday night.
|abcNews: Best and Worst Foods To Eat When You're Sick|
Health.com - It depends on what's wrong with you, experts say. Here are common symptoms and expert suggestions on foods that help?and hinder?relief.
|TheStreet: As China Slows Down, the Philippines Moves to Grab Foreign Investment|
(TheStreet)--Manila's ambition to divert foreign investment intended for China has lured electronic hardware manufacturers such as Seiko Epson (SEKEY) and Lexmark International (LXK - Get Report) . Food and beverages make up another booming sector, and officials expect a surge in bicycle manufacturing next.
|BBC: Are tablets falling out of favour?|
Not long ago, we were assured the iPad and its ilk were destined to dominate our everyday lives. Nobody is that bullish anymore.
|ABCNews: How 3 Ordinary Americans Are Getting Paid for Their Social Media Posts|
(abcNEWS) Last quarter, Facebook reported ad revenue of $3.6 billion, and that?s 53 percent more than just one year ago. According to internet analyst Colin Sebastian, "The vast majority of their $2.2 billion operating income is from selling ads targeted to user news feeds." Imagine if you could share in some of that money making madness.
|Reuters: 'Birdman' soars to Oscar heights on best picture win|
(Reuters) - The dark comedy "Birdman" held up a mirror to Hollywood and its struggling actors and in return received the film industry's highest recognition on Sunday, the Academy Award for best picture.
|VOA: Unequal Growth Poses Challenge for Philippines |
MANILA/JAKARTA? The Philippines may surpass China to be Asia's fastest growing economy this year, but its bigger challenge is working out how to sustain and share the gains of the past five years to secure longer-term prosperity.
|CNN: How the Philippines saved 1,200 Jews during the Holocaust|
(CNN) About 1,200 European Jews fled to the Philippines from 1937 to 1941, escaping the throes of the Nazis only to face another bloody war under Japanese occupation. Many of the Jews came from Austria and Germany, as the anti-Semitic policies including the Nuremberg race laws intensified.
|The Verge: Incredible video shows how Space X plans to land largest rocket in the world |
You know what's cooler than a gigantic rocket? A gigantic rocket that can land itself. Elon Musk's Space X released a new video this week demonstrating just what it plans to do with its upcoming Falcon Heavy rocket, which is set to launch for the first time later this year.
|Aljazeera: Philippines mourns 44 slain officers|
The Philippine president has pledged justice for the families of 44 police commandos killed during a botched anti-terror operation, that has threatened to derail a peace deal with Muslim rebels. President Benigno Aquino III promised grieving relatives on Friday that government forces would capture suspected bomb-maker Abdul Basit Usman, who escaped during Sunday's operation.
|The Economist: Understanding Putin?s plans|
The Russian president is stepping up both the war in Ukraine and his confrontational rhetoric against NATO and the West
|Yahoo! News: New Saudi king announces major government shake-up|
Riyadh (AFP) - Saudi Arabia's new King Salman further cemented his hold on power, with a sweeping shakeup that saw two sons of the late King Abdullah fired, and the heads of intelligence and other key agencies replaced alongside a cabinet shuffle.