Kim Chiu flies to Canada to spend time with brother and his GF

Kim Chiu flew to Victoria, Canada, to visit her brother John Paul as well as meet his girlfriend, Vanessa. Based in Canada, John Paul officially became a professional pilot in May 2018. Chiu shared her recent trip via her YouTube vlog, which she uploaded on Sept. 10. READ: Kim Chiu's brother now a pilot in Canada: 'You made it!' This time, John Paul took his sister and his girlfriend Vanessa on a plane ride at the Victoria Flying Club. "I'm so proud, nakakaiyak, para akong magulang right now and I'm just so happy with my brother John Paul and where he is right now... Nag shades na lang ako para di niya malaman na... naiiyak ako sa achievements niya," Chiu told her fans after the ri...

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Significant triumphs mark Inquirer Indie Bravo! Awards’ 10-year milestone
(First of two parts)   Another year, another batch of honorees. But this year's edition of the Inquirer Indie Bravo! Awards is particularly special because it doesn't merely pay tribute to the country's ever-growing number of film practitioners bringing pride and honor to the Philippines; it also marks the 10th year since the Inquirer began chronicling their triumphs on the international stage.   Inquirer Entertainment renews its commitment to encourage the country's film artists---from directors and actors to the rest of the production team---as well as generate engaged interest in their work.   Indie Bravo's decade-long support for the indie community h...Keep on reading: Significant triumphs mark Inquirer Indie Bravo! Awards’ 10-year milestone
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Swimming star Joseph Schooling has soft spot for Filipinos
NEW CLARK CITY --- Classes have started and Joseph Schooling has the floor, err, the pool. An Olympic gold medal winner who pulled off the trick in Rio de Janeiro at the expense of the legendary Michael Phelps, Schooling towed the Singapore squad to the 4X200-meter freestyle gold in record style late Wednesday and dazzled local swimming fans in closing out the day's activities at NCC Aquatics Center here. "I'm very pleased to come to the Philippines to swim. It's a beautiful pool, the crowd is amazing, very fun to come here for the first time," said Schooling after the awarding ceremony where he was swarmed by the media. More than the venue and the crowd, Schooling has a sof...Keep on reading: Swimming star Joseph Schooling has soft spot for Filipinos
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Margielyn Didal hopes victory becomes pro-skate park statement
TAGAYTAY - Fresh off her golden performance in the Southeast Asian Games, skateboarding star Margielyn Didal renewed her call for more facilities for the emerging sport in the country, saying the three medals won in the Game of SKATE event was a testament of the Philippines' immense potential in the sport. "We have to wake up," Didal said. "It's just the first event in skateboarding and we already have three medals. We don't even have skate parks. Can you imagine if we have facilities, I'm sure there will be more medals to come." The 20-year-old Didal, the reigning Asian Games skateboarding street champion, ruled the first of her two events, overwhelming teammate Christiana Mea...Keep on reading: Margielyn Didal hopes victory becomes pro-skate park statement
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No more promises from Aminam as PH eyes end of 5×5 gold drought
MANILA, Philippines---Jack Animam has had a history of making promises and fulfilling them. But amid the Philippines' gold medal campaign in women's basketball of the 30th Southeast Asian Games, Animam would rather play it safe and let the game do the talking. "All I can say right now is that we're just going to take it one game at a time. We can't be complacent. We can't afford to relax," Animam, who recently vowed and kept her word by delivering the Philippines a gold in 3x3 basketball, said in Filipino on Thursday night. https://sports.inquirer.net/375889/sea-games-animam-guarantees-gold-for-gilas-pilipinas-women-in-3x3 Still in search of its first SEA Games gold in wo...Keep on reading: No more promises from Aminam as PH eyes end of 5×5 gold drought
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Troubled start ends in glory for cyclist Prado
TAGAYTAY - A nightmarish start ended in a blaze of glory for Filipino bet Jermyn Prado. Nearly disqualified for using a bike specifically used for triathlon races, Prado shook off distractions to reign supreme in the women's Individual Time Trial of the 2019 Southeast Asian Games that started in Nasugbu, Batangas and ended in the Prayer Hands Monument last Thursday. The 26-year-old Prado, a single mother to eight-year-old Princess Jaydee, saw her warmup time shortened to just 10 minutes as team officials removed a couple of contraptions before she was allowed to use her bike. "At first, I thought this wasn't the SEA Games debut that I imagined," said the former welder from P...Keep on reading: Troubled start ends in glory for cyclist Prado
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Achchha dost
The title means “good friend” in Hindi, the official language of the Republic of India.
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Pops: Martin and I can now laugh at our mistakes in the past
Pops Fernandez was admittedly nervous prior to the opening leg of her recent US tour with Martin Nievera. It had been quite a while since the ex-couple last performed together, and Pops was anxious about how things would unfold onstage. "What would we do? What should we say?" she thought. "I was anxious, anticipating what was going to happen." But when the lights went on, it was like they have never been away. "It's like riding a bike! Did that come out right?" Pops quipped, laughing in an interview for "The Royal Affair," her New Year's Eve show with Martin on Dec. 31 at The Tent at Solaire Resorts and Casino (call 88919999). After many years of performing together, navigat...Keep on reading: Pops: Martin and I can now laugh at our mistakes in the past
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Mark Neumann cites advantages of having a nonshow biz life partner
"I'm sure about her," said actor Mark Neumann when asked why he would often call long-time girlfriend, Maffy Villamor, his "fiance," even though he has yet to propose to her. The couple has been dating for four years now. The 25-year-old actor confirmed that they are now living together at his family home in Lemery, Batangas. "I'm working on that proposal. I'm just getting all the papers ready," Mark said during the 25th anniversary party of Bioessence that also coincided with the skin services brand's relaunch of its "Caring Beyond Beauty" campaign. As it turned out, securing all the documents needed for their wedding is not that easy for the German-born actor. "I contacted ...Keep on reading: Mark Neumann cites advantages of having a nonshow biz life partner
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RESULTS: November 2019 nursing licensure exam
The following is a press release from the Professional Regulation Commission. The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) announces that 7,627 out of 13,816 passed the Nurse Licensure Examination given by the Board of Nursing in the cities of Manila, Baguio, Cagayan de Oro, Cebu, Davao, Iloilo, Legazpi, Lucena, Pagadian, Tacloban, Tuguegarao and Zamboanga last ...
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LOTTO RESULT December 6, 2019
LOTTO RESULT December 6, 2019 – Draws for 6/58 Ultra Lotto, 6/45 Mega Lotto LOTTO RESULT December 6, 2019 – Here is the official result of the 6/42 Lotto and 6/49 Super Lotto draw for today,Friday, December 6, 2019. The Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office or more commonly known as PCSO got five major lotto games […] The post LOTTO RESULT December 6, 2019 appeared first on Philippine News.
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Philippines belles get back at old rivals
Gilas Pilipinas women cranked it up in the fourth quarter to edge past Indonesia, 63-56, for a winning start in the 30th Southeast Asian Games basketball competition last night at the MOA Arena.
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Gilas not taking souped-up Vietnam side for granted
Opening jitters out of the way, Gilas Pilipinas coach Tim Cone expects his high-powered charges to run a lot more fluidly as they gun for their second straight win in the Southeast Asian Games against tough Vietnam tonight before an expected big crowd at the MOA Arena.
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Jun Robles Lana is Best Director at Estonia filmfest
Jun Robles Lana won the Jury Prize for Best Director for his black and white feature Kalel, 15, at the 23rd Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival on Nov. 30 in Estonia in Northern Europe. He received a Golden Wolf trophy and 5,000 Euros cash prize or around P280,000.
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Though, Resolute, Unyielding
Team Philippines bucks slow start with late surge in another nine-gold harvest
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The sense and sensibility of Aesop
You might’ve heard of Aesop (pronounced “EE-sop” not “AY-sop.”) through your travels or on a list of skincare enthusiasts’ “best-kept secret.”
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Vietnam next to fall
The Gilas men’s team returns to the MOA Arena to battle Vietnam in Group A basketball action tonight and the expectation is another typhoon, much stronger than Tisoy, will blow the visitors out of their jerseys.
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The bands are back
It has been 50 long years since the Juan de la Cruz band created Pinoy Rock with Ang Himig Natin.
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Weightlifters move on to bigger battles
Filipino weightlifters led by Hidilyn Diaz look to build on their breakout performance in the 30th Southeast Asian Games as they move forward to the bigger battles ahead, particularly in the chase for Olympic berths.
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Cinemalaya Best Actor will hear first operatic aria in concert at Nelly Garden
The 2019 Cinemalaya Best Actor Jansen Magpusao and John Denver Trending director Arden Rod Condez are special guests of honor in the Nelly Garden closing concert tomorrow, Dec. 7, 6:30 p.m. in Iloilo City.
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Pinoy tossers eye dream finish
The Philippine men’s volleyball team handily beat Vietnam last Wednesday, 25-20, 25-21, 25-12, and clinched a semifinal berth in the 30th Southeast Asian Games at the Philsports Arena in Pasig City.
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Sibol 'Starcraft II,' 'Mobile Legends' teams make playoffs
MANILA, Philippines – The first day of the inaugural esports competition at the SEA Games, held on Thursday, December 5, hosted the group stages for 3 games: Starcraft II, Mobile Legends, and Hearthstone.  The Philippine representatives for Starcraft II and Mobile Legends make the cut for the ...
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2 scalpers get arrested at SEA Games venue in Pasig
        MANILA, Philippines -- Two scalpers at a venue of the 30th Southeast Asian (SEA) Games were arrested selling overpriced tickets at the PhilSports Arena in Pasig on Thursday afternoon.   This was revealed by the Sub Task Group during a conference on critique of the 30th SEA Games at the Manila Police District Headquarters.   Eastern Police District's Special Operations Unit arrested the suspects at around 2:30 p.m   "Nag-re-resale ng ticket yung supposed to be na P50 na ticket, binebenta nila na 400 pesos," an official for STG said.   (They are reselling tickets that supposed to be worth P50 then they ...Keep on reading: 2 scalpers get arrested at SEA Games venue in Pasig
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WATCH: The ‘Mulan’ full trailer is here, and it looks like a sweeping historical epic
MANILA, Philippines – The full trailer for Disney’s live action take on its 1998 film Mulan was released on Thursday, December 5, and by the looks of it, this will be a very different film from the original. The film tells the story of a young woman who masquerades as a ...
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UP Business School alumni reunites with alma mater
  MANILA, Philippines--The University of the Philippines Virata School of Business (UP VSB), formerly the UP College of Business Administration, holds its traditional alumni homecoming on December 7, 2019, in a new venue inside the UP campus, the Promenade.   The venue is located some short distance away from the front of the Main Library with access from the Palma Hall parking area.   The Promenade provides a wonderful venue for the homecoming since this is the newly constructed park with a grand plaza and greenery full of trees and flowers that can accommodate a greater number of our VSB community.   The school expects more than 300 alumni, ...Keep on reading: UP Business School alumni reunites with alma mater
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Police record 11 SEA Games-related incidents in NCR
      MANILA, Philippines -- Eleven incidents, including crime and traffic, were recorded in Metro Manila during the holding of the 2019 Southeast Asian (SEA) Games from Nov. 25 to Dec. 4, police said on Thursday.   In a conference, police identified three incidents involving delegates including one robbery incident from Manila Police District (MPD) and two traffic incidents from Eastern Police District (EPD).   Meanwhile, 11 other traffic incidents were recorded in Metro Manila which include six from EPD, one from Southern Police District and one from Quezon City Police District.   MPD spokesman Lt. Col. Carlo Manuel said the inci...Keep on reading: Police record 11 SEA Games-related incidents in NCR
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Top Democrat tells House to draft Trump impeachment articles
  WASHINGTON DC, USA – US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi told congressional leaders Thursday, December 5, to draft articles of impeachment against Donald Trump, saying the president's abuse of power "leaves us no choice but to act." By asking the House Judiciary Committee chairman to draw up the charges, Pelosi, the top ...
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Hidilyn Diaz says self-imposed Thai ban sends good message vs doping
MANILA, Philippines--Thailand was supposed to pose the biggest threat to Hidilyn Diaz's gold medal bid in the Southeast Asian Games. But they were nowhere to be found when Diaz took Ninoy Aquino Stadium's stage, and eventually the top prize in the 55-kilogram event last Tuesday night. A number of Thai weightlifters tested positive for doping by International Weightlifting Federation, prompting the country's federation to undergo a self-imposed ban. "I'm glad that they weren't there because us clean athletes are given an opportunity to represent our countries well," Diaz said. "This is an opportunity for (clean athletes) to show that it is possible to compete at a high lev...Keep on reading: Hidilyn Diaz says self-imposed Thai ban sends good message vs doping
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5.7 Davao Occidental quake felt also in 2 other Mindanao provinces
  MANILA, Philippines -- A shallow magnitude 5.7 earthquake was recorded 145 kilometers southeast off the coast of Jose Abad Santos town in Davao Occidental on Thursday evening, Dec. 5. According to the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs), the tectonic earthquake had a depth of 35 meters. The quake was felt at different intensities elsewhere. It was felt at intensity 4 in Malungon, Sarangani; intensity 2 in General Santos City, Tupi town of South Cotabato and Kiamba in Sarangani and intensity I in Gingoog City. Tsunami warnings were not raised, but Phivolcs said that aftershocks are expected.   Edited by TSB...Keep on reading: 5.7 Davao Occidental quake felt also in 2 other Mindanao provinces
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SEA Games: PH Hearthstone bets stumble as esports gets going in
MANILA, Philippines--The Philippines' bets for Hearthstone in the inaugural staging of esports in the Southeast Asian games bowed out of contention Thursday night at Filoil Flying V Centre in San Juan. Sibol's lone female athlete, Jia Dee, and Dustin Mangulabnan came up short in the qualification phase of the turn-based PC videogame. Dee finished with two wins and three losses, the pair of victories coming against Thailand's Aukit Kittikrairit, and Vietnam's Hoang Long Nguyen. "Still thankful to be part of a historic event, and the fact SEA Games has eSports at all is awesome for our community," she wrote on Twitter. Mangulabnan, ended his stint with an identical record, ...Keep on reading: SEA Games: PH Hearthstone bets stumble as esports gets going in
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SEA Games: PH puts up gallant stand but loses to Thais in women’s volleyball
Manila, Philippines--The Philippine women's squad put up a gallant third-set stand but fell to Thailand, 25-16, 25-22, 34-32, in their preliminary round match in the 30th Southeast Asian Games on Thursday night at PhilSports Arena in Pasig City. Thailand had to weather a blistering Philippine storm in the third set when the Filipinos rallied from 24-19 down, saving set point after set point before stars Pimpichaya Kokram and Wilavan Apinyapong ultimately sealed the victory. "We lacked communication at the start. But when we started just enjoying the game, everything went smoothly and we started executing," said young stalwart Eya Laure. The Thai stamped their world-rated game ea...Keep on reading: SEA Games: PH puts up gallant stand but loses to Thais in women’s volleyball
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Sandiganbayan dismisses complaints vs Quezon province prosecutor
MANILA, Philippines -- The Sandiganbayan has acquitted a provincial prosecutor in Quezon province from complaints stemming from an alleged reluctance to file an Information against a man accused of homicide. According to the 16-page decision from the anti-graft court's Seventh Division on November 29, the prosecution failed to prove that Provincial Prosecutor Dione Bustonera violated Article 208 of the Revised Penal Code, which penalizes authorities who willingly and maliciously refrain from pressing charges. Sandiganbayan admitted that certain elements of the crime have been proven --- that Bustonera really failed to discharge duties as a prosecutor when he did not cause the p...Keep on reading: Sandiganbayan dismisses complaints vs Quezon province prosecutor
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WATCH: Olympic hopefuls prop up PH campaign in SEA Games 2019 Day 5
    CLARK, Philippines – The Philippines almost ended the day with barely any medal until Olympic hopefuls Margielyn Didal and Kiyomi Watanabe anchored the country’s late golden run in the 2019 Southeast Asian Games on Thursday, December 5. It was a win-win situation in Philippine skateboarding as Pinay bets ...
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ICC to continue assessing complaint vs Duterte; findings out in 2020
MANILA, Philippines -- The preliminary examination of the crimes against humanity complaint against President Rodrigo Duterte may be finished in 2020 as the International Criminal Court (ICC) continues to assess the communication from drug war victims. According to ICC's report on Thursday, they have found sufficient basis to proceed, as only a few number of investigations have been conducted on the human rights issues and alleged extra-judicial killings that have hounded the Duterte administration. "Open source information indicates that a limited number of investigations and prosecutions have been initiated (and, in some cases, completed) at the national level in respect of direc...Keep on reading: ICC to continue assessing complaint vs Duterte; findings out in 2020
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SEA Games: Vietnam ends PH Malditas’ gold medal bid in football
BIAN CITY - Two second-half goals propelled Vietnam to a 2-0 victory over the Philippines Thursday night as the defending champions advanced to the finals of the women's football tournament of the Southeast Asian Games here. Thai Thi Thao and Thi Tuyet Nguyen struck for the Vietnamese at Bian Football Stadium as they forged a battle with powerhouse Thailand for the gold medal on Sunday. The Thais edged Myanmar, 1-0, on Orapin Waenggoen's 78th minute strike in the other semifinal clash at Rizal Memorial Stadium. The Malditas will face Myanmar in the first match on Sunday at Rizal Memorial Stadium, before the Vietnam-Thailand battle for the gold. ...Keep on reading: SEA Games: Vietnam ends PH Malditas’ gold medal bid in football
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Sundance entry: Film on Ressa, Rappler | Evening wRap
Today on Rappler: At least 13 dead due to Tisoy in Mimaropa, Eastern Visayas, Calabarzon Typhoon Tisoy or Kammuri, which battered parts of Luzon and the Visayas, leaves at least 13 people dead. Ramona Diaz's documentary on Maria Ressa, Rappler to premiere at 2020 Sundance Film Festival Award-winning Filipino-American documentary filmmaker Ramona Diaz trailed Rappler’s Maria Ressa for over a year, documenting the hundreds or thousands, of ups and downs ...
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Malditas fall short in gallant stand vs Vietnam
The Philippine women's national football team was denied a spot in the finals by Vietnam after a 0-2 loss in the 30th Southeast Asian Games women's football semifinals held here on Thursday.
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Anti-graft court orders Marcos cronies to return ill-gotten wealth
The Sandiganbayan ordered the heirs of Marcos cronies to turn over their shares in Eastern Telecommunications Philippines Incorporated (ETPI) to the government.
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Tisoy-affected airports back to normal ops
MANILA, Philippines --- All airports operated by the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP) pummelled by Typhoon Tisoy last Tuesday resumed normal operations on Thursday. CAAP Director General Jim Sydiongco said airport managers in the Eastern Visayas and Southern Luzon have been sending positive updates on the resumption of commercial operations since Dec. 3. "Minor damages were already repaired bringing back immediate resumption of normal operations," Sydiongco said. Even the Legazpi Airport, which suffered heavy damage particularly on its passenger terminal building due to the typhoon, had resumed commercial operations on Dec. 4, he added. On Wednesday, Sydiong...Keep on reading: Tisoy-affected airports back to normal ops
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SEA Games: PH’s Mark Striegl, Chino Sy claim sambo golds
MANILA, Philippines---It was a golden double for the Philippines after Mark Striegl and Chino Sy ruled their respective divisions in the men's combat sambo competition of the 2019 Southeast Asian Games Thursday. Striegl dominated Singapore's Ashvin Jaswant Singh, 8-0, to take the gold medal in the men's 74-kilogram division. This was Striegl's first foray in the regional games while holding an 18-2 record in MMA. Sy, meanwhile, held off Singapore's Gary Chow, 4-1, in the men's 82kg division for the title. The former UAAP Judo MVP also owns the title in the Southeast Asian Sambo Championship in Bandung, Indonesia. Patrick Manicad and Jose Rene Mondejar also bagged the b...Keep on reading: SEA Games: PH’s Mark Striegl, Chino Sy claim sambo golds
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ICC junks Morales, del Rosario complaint vs China’s Xi Jinping
MANILA, Philippines -- The International Criminal Court (ICC) has junked the communication made by former Ombudsman Conchita Carpio-Morales and former Foreign Affairs Secretary Albert del Rosario against China and its president, citing lack of jurisdiction on the case. ICC said in its report on preliminary examination activities issued on Thursday that the crimes against humanity complaint lodged against Chinese officials led by Chinese president Xi Jinping cannot be acted upon as China is not a state party to the Rome Statute --- the treaty that established the ICC. Morales and Del Rosario pulled off a surprise move in March 2019 when they, both retired government officials and wh...Keep on reading: ICC junks Morales, del Rosario complaint vs China’s Xi Jinping
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Bello to meet Jose Maria Sison in Duterte's 'last card' for peace
"This is the first time I will reveal it. I am sending Secretary Bello. He was a communist and he should go there talk to them," Duterte said.
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Duterte won’t pay P7-B compensation to Manila Water
MANILA, Philippines---President Rodrigo Duterte will not pay the P7.39-billion compensation the government was required to pay Manila Water Co. over a recent decision of the Singapore arbitration court. "'Hindi ako magbayad ng P7 billion, letse ka. Pakain ko 'yung pera sa kanila [I won't pay the P7 billion, you idiot. I'll make them eat the money]," Duterte said Thursday during a situation briefing on Typhoon Tisoy's onslaught in Legazpi, Albay. The Permanent Court of Arbitration in Singapore earlier ordered the Philippine government to pay the Ayala family-owned Manila Water P7.39 billion to compensate it for losses suffered between June 2015 to November 2019 for the non-imple...Keep on reading: Duterte won’t pay P7-B compensation to Manila Water
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Int'l Criminal Court's next step in Duterte drug war to come in 2020
MANILA, Philippines – International Criminal Court (ICC) Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda will decide by 2020 whether she will seek authorization to open an investigation into the high number of killings in President Rodrigo Duterte's war on drugs. "During 2020, the Office will aim to finalise the preliminary examination ...
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Legazpi Airport rehabilitation could take up to 40 days
MANILA, Philippines – The Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP) said the Legazpi Airport, which sustained heavy damage due to Typhoon Tisoy, will continue commercial operations while going through rehabilitation. In a statement released on Thursday, December 5, CAAP Director General Captain Jim Sydiongco said that he, along with the agency's ...
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Duterte: PH ‘surrendered everything’ in ‘onerous’ water concession deals
MANILA, Philippines---The Philippines "surrendered everything", including its sovereignty, when it entered into the alleged "onerous" water concession deal with Manila Water and Maynilad in 1997, President Rodrigo Duterte lamented Thursday. "In that contract, pag mabasa mo (if you read it), our country surrendered everything to Manila Water and to Maynilad--everything, including the sovereignty," Duterte said during a typhoon situation briefing in Legazpi City, Albay. "Hindi ko ito masikmura (I cannot take it)...We have lost the sovereignty, we bargained it away," he added. The President has slammed the owners of the private firms for allegedly milking billions from the people a...Keep on reading: Duterte: PH ‘surrendered everything’ in ‘onerous’ water concession deals
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Lotto results for December 5, 2019
Lotto results for December 5, 2019
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SEA Games: Philippines settles for silver, bronze in underwater hockey
MANILA, Philippines---The Philippines settled for podium finishes in both the men and women's division in the 6x6 competition of the underwater hockey event of the 30th Southeast Asian Games Thursday at Vermosa Sports Hub. Skipper Chari May Ongyanco and the rest of the women's team plucked the silver medal after losing to Singapore 3-0 in the final. The Singaporeans took an early 1-0 lead in the first half and sealed their gold medal, netting two goals in the second half. In the men's side, captain Alex Colet led his team to a 7-1 thrashing of Malaysia to claim the bronze medal. The Nationals scored five goals in the first half to build an early lead en route to the podiu...Keep on reading: SEA Games: Philippines settles for silver, bronze in underwater hockey
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Int'l Criminal Court junks PH case vs China for lack of jurisdiction
MANILA, Philippines – International Criminal Court (ICC) Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda has junked the Philippine case against China for violations in the West Philippine Sea, citing lack of jurisdiction. "The Office concluded that the crimes allegedly committed do not fall within the territorial or otherwise personal jurisdiction ...
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