Lea Salonga Shares How She Handled Audition Rejections

Lea Salonga also experienced rejections Internationally acclaimed singer-actress Lea Salonga shared how she handled audition rejections in the past. With her many years in theater, and doing TV or movie projects, Lea has already portrayed various roles that showcased her talent and professionalism. Just like many, if not all artists, she also went through auditions, […]

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Human remains found in Florida are those of Gabby Petito’s missing boyfriend – FBI
    Partial human remains found in a Florida wilderness area have been identified through dental records as belonging to Brian Laundrie, the boyfriend of murdered travel blogger Gabby Petito, the FBI said on Thursday. The remains were discovered on Wednesday in the swampy Carlton Reserve not far from Laundrie's parents' home. Police and FBI agents had been searching for him there since his family reported him missing in mid-September. Laundrie had been named a "person of interest" in Petito's disappearance but was never criminally charged in her murder. A federal grand jury in Wyoming indicted him on Sept. 23 on a single count of fraudulently using her bank debi...Keep on reading: Human remains found in Florida are those of Gabby Petito’s missing boyfriend – FBI
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Plastics to outpace coal’s greenhouse gas emissions by 2030 -report
    WASHINGTON - The carbon-intensive production of plastics is on pace to emit more greenhouse gases than coal-fired power plants within this decade, undercutting global efforts to tackle climate change, a report released on Thursday said. The report by Bennington College and Beyond Plastics projected that the plastic industry releases at least 232 million tons of greenhouse gases each year throughout its lifecycle from the drilling for oil and gas to fuel its facilities to incineration of plastic waste. That is the equivalent of 116 coal-fired power plants. "The scale of the plastics industry's greenhouse gas emissions is staggering, but it's equally concernin...Keep on reading: Plastics to outpace coal’s greenhouse gas emissions by 2030 -report
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Maari bang gawing beneficiary ng life insurance policy ang kahit sinuman?
Ako po ay kasal pa rin sa una kong asawa kaso naghiwalay na kami at hindi na nag-sasama sa iisang bahay. Sa ngayon, mahigit dalawang taon na po akong may kinakasamang ibang babae na tunay na mas nagmamahal pa sa akin. Kaya gusto ko po sanang ilagay ang aking kinakasama bilang beneficiary sa aking life insurance policy. Maaari po ba ito? -Marco The post Maari bang gawing beneficiary ng life insurance policy ang kahit sinuman? first appeared on Abante.
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New Zealand sets 90% vaccine target to end lockdowns and reopen
    WELLINGTON - New Zealand's Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said on Friday that the country will end its strict coronavirus lockdown measures and move to a system to live with the virus only when 90% of the country is fully vaccinated. All District Health Boards in the country will need to achieve 90% vaccine rates, Ardern said, which would make the South Pacific nation one of the most vaccinated country in the world. "Ultimately we have balanced the desire to re-open quickly while continuing to keep people safe," Ardern said at a news conference. Some 68% of New Zealanders are fully vaccinated so far, while 86% have received at least one dose. On reachin...Keep on reading: New Zealand sets 90% vaccine target to end lockdowns and reopen
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U.S. urges all WTO members to support intellectual property waiver for COVID-19 vaccines
      WASHINGTON - The White House on Thursday called on all World Trade Organization members to support an intellectual property waiver for COVID-19 vaccines. "We ... need every WTO member to step up as well and support an intellectual property waiver, and every company must act ambitiously and urgently to expand manufacturing now," White House spokesperson Karine Jean-Pierre told reporters. A year after South Africa and India introduced a proposal to temporarily waive intellectual property rights on COVID-19 vaccines and therapies at the WTO, negotiations have failed to make any progress. More than 100 countries backing the waiver say it will help s...Keep on reading: U.S. urges all WTO members to support intellectual property waiver for COVID-19 vaccines
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In U.N. showdown over Xinjiang, China says ‘lies still lies’
    UNITED NATIONS - Dozens of countries kept up pressure on China at the United Nations on Thursday over accusations of rights abuses against Uyghur Muslims and other minorities in the country's Xinjiang region, sparking an angry response from China's U.N. envoy. Confrontations over Xinjiang between China and mostly Western countries, including the United States, have become a regular occurrence at both the U.N. General Assembly in New York and the U.N. Human Rights Council in Geneva. In a statement - part of which was read by French U.N. Ambassador Nicolas de Rivire to the General Assembly rights committee - 43 countries voiced concern about increasing "report...Keep on reading: In U.N. showdown over Xinjiang, China says ‘lies still lies’
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A virtual self
I cannot, for my life, define myself. Who am I? What am I? I think these questions are supposed to be difficult so we could spend an entire lifetime trying to come up with an answer. Although I realized, quite recently, that we are endowed with something to give us the illusion of this enigmatic thing called identity. I'm talking about the web, of course. Where else could you find a person's best attempt to shape the self into something? To mold themselves with words and images and clips so that the others would have an understanding of what and who they are? The pandemic has further complicated a lot of already complicated things about life. Meeting friends was a challenge; me...Keep on reading: A virtual self
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Toronto says police not vaccinated by Nov 30 will be put on unpaid leave
OTTAWA --- Members of Toronto's police, the largest municipal force in Canada, will be placed on unpaid leave if they do not provide proof of complete inoculation against COVID-19 by November 30, officials said Thursday. The move is the latest announcement in a crackdown by professional bodies across Canada. The police force said 90% of members had disclosed their vaccine status and of those, 94% had received two shots. The Toronto Police Service employs over 5,500 officers and more than 2,200 civilian staff. "Effective on November 30, 2021, any member ... who has not disclosed their vaccination status or is not fully vaccinated against COVID-19 will have rendered themselves...Keep on reading: Toronto says police not vaccinated by Nov 30 will be put on unpaid leave
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Syrian jailed for anti-Semitic attacks in Austria
VIENNA --- An Austrian court on Thursday handed a Syrian aged 32 a three-year jail term for vandalizing a synagogue and other anti-Semitic attacks. The court in the southeastern city of Graz was placed in a care institution after finding the man, who committed the offenses in August 2020, to be psychologically disturbed, a spokesperson told AFP. He was arrested after he threw stones and scrawled pro-Palestinian slogans on the town synagogue before threatening the head of the local Jewish community and also damaged a local facility used by an LGBT group. In court the man said he regretted actions that the prosecutor said were motivated by "hatred of Jews, homosexuals, and pro...Keep on reading: Syrian jailed for anti-Semitic attacks in Austria
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Queen Elizabeth II spent night in hospital – Buckingham Palace
London,United Kingdom --- Queen Elizabeth II spent a night in hospital after being advised to rest and cancel a visit to Northern Ireland, Buckingham Palace said on Thursday. "Following medical advice to rest for a few days, The Queen attended hospital on Wednesday afternoon for some preliminary investigations, returning to Windsor Castle at lunchtime today (Thursday), and remains in good spirits," a statement said....Keep on reading: Queen Elizabeth II spent night in hospital – Buckingham Palace
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US FDA clears Moderna, J&J boosters; okays brand different from earlier shot
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on Wednesday authorized booster doses of COVID-19 vaccines from Moderna and Johnson & Johnson, and said Americans can choose a different shot than their original inoculation as a booster. "The availability of these authorized boosters is important for continued protection against COVID-19 disease," acting FDA Commissioner Janet Woodcock said in a statement. She noted that data suggests vaccine effectiveness may wane over time in some fully vaccinated populations. The decision paves the way for millions more people in the United States to get the additional protection with the highly contagious Delta variant of the virus causing breakthr...Keep on reading: US FDA clears Moderna, J&J boosters; okays brand different from earlier shot
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When Bongbong met Xilian: Strengthening and deepening ties with China
MANILA, Philippines --- There was no talk of his 2022 presidential bid when Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos Jr. met with Chinese Ambassador to the Philippines Huang Xilian on Wednesday for a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the Chinese Embassy in Makati City, said lawyer Victor Rodriguez. "It was just that---a ribbon-cutting," Marcos' chief of staff said in a Viber message, explaining that the envoy "requested" the former senator "to cut the ribbon for his new exhibit." Huang said it was a "great honor" to meet the presidential aspirant and his family. Marcos was accompanied by his wife, Louise, and son Joseph Simon, and House Majority Leader Martin Romualdez. Marcos and Huang also met ea...Keep on reading: When Bongbong met Xilian: Strengthening and deepening ties with China
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Experts declare ‘code red’ for public health ahead of UN climate talks
Humanity is at a "crucial turning point" to address the climate crisis and prevent millions of unnecessary deaths due to its health-related impacts, a top medical journal warned on Wednesday. Over 120 leading climate scientists, doctors, and health professionals from top academic institutions and UN agencies issued a "code red" for public health in a study published in The Lancet. In the sixth annual Lancet Countdown report, the experts gave a sobering diagnosis: changing environmental conditions have increased the risk of waterborne, airborne, and vector-borne diseases, as heatwaves, droughts, and storms will continue to result in higher rates of illnesses and affect harvest y...Keep on reading: Experts declare ‘code red’ for public health ahead of UN climate talks
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Duterte welcomes 8 new envoys
MANILA, Philippines --- President Rodrigo Duterte on Wednesday welcomed eight new ambassadors to the Philippines, saying he hoped to forge stronger cooperation with their countries on COVID-19 response, trade and investment, defense and security, and climate change. Those who presented their credentials were Ambassadors Sultan Al Zafir Al Qahtani of Saudi Arabia, Michel Parys of Belgium, Laure Beaufils of the United Kingdom, Mohamed Obaid Salem Alqataam Alzaabi of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Marco Clemente of Italy, Annika Thunborg of Sweden, Ilan Fluss of Israel, and Leopoldo Lazatin of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta (SMOM). Gratitude Addressing Beaufils, Duterte expressed...Keep on reading: Duterte welcomes 8 new envoys
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Ethiopia launches fourth air strike this week on Tigray capital
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia --- Ethiopia said Thursday it had launched another airstrike on the capital of war-battered Tigray, the fourth such bombardment this week in a campaign it says is targeting rebel facilities. The latest strike was aimed at a facility "currently serving TPLF for military training," government spokesman Legesse Tulu told AFP, referring to the Tigray People's Liberation Front rebel group. However, it was unclear if the strike was successful, with TPLF spokesman Getachew Reda telling AFP the group's air defense units managed "to foil its mission." "I can see it's trying a third time and we will see what will happen," he said. But federal official Selamawi...Keep on reading: Ethiopia launches fourth air strike this week on Tigray capital
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Army eyes more defense cooperation with Vietnam
  MANILA, Philippines --- The Philippine Army is eyeing more security cooperation, particularly in humanitarian assistance and disaster response (HADR) activities, with the Vietnamese People's Army (VPA). Army chief Lt. Gen. Andres Centino met on Monday with Vietnamese defense attach Senior Col. Nguyen Van Son at Fort Bonifacio to discuss cooperative activities as part of the Philippine Army's international defense and security engagements program. The Army currently has defense and security engagements with over 20 countries worldwide. Part of the discussion focused on possible engagements with the VPA to build the reserve corps and to enhance the two armies' HADR capabilit...Keep on reading: Army eyes more defense cooperation with Vietnam
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Barbados elects first-ever president, shedding colonial past
Barbados has elected its first-ever president to replace Britain's Queen Elizabeth as head of state in a decisive step toward shedding the Caribbean island's colonial past. Sandra Mason was elected late on Wednesday by a two-thirds vote of a joint session of the country's House of Assembly and Senate, a milestone, the government said in a statement, on its "road to republic." A former British colony that gained independence in 1966, the nation of just under 300,000 had long maintained ties with the British monarchy. But calls for full sovereignty and homegrown leadership have risen in recent years. Mason, 72, will be sworn in on Nov. 30, the country's 55th anniversary of ind...Keep on reading: Barbados elects first-ever president, shedding colonial past
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TNT shoots for 2-0 lead, but Chot knows it won’t be easy
Chot Reyes knows that there's no place for complacency for his TNT crew, even after an 88-70 Game 1 victory over Magnolia that opened up the best-of-seven title series for the PBA Philippine Cup on Wednesday night. He doesn't need to look far in pointing out the obvious. "You saw what happened in the last series [in the semifinals with San Miguel Beer]," he said, as the Tropang Giga and the Beermen went the full seven-game distance with all of their wins practically being blowouts. "We'd win big one game, then we'd lose big the next. So we have to be prepared," he said. "We're sure that [the Hotshots] are going to come back with counter-adjustments in Game 2." TNT and Magnol...Keep on reading: TNT shoots for 2-0 lead, but Chot knows it won’t be easy
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Deep ‘scarring’ from virus holds back PH recovery
The Philippines' economic recovery lags behind in Asia, no thanks to deep pandemic scarring, and it could take beyond 2023 to return to its prepandemic growth potential, think tanks said. "Lackluster fiscal support means the Philippines will experience the slowest recovery from the pandemic in Asia," London-based Capital Economics said in its latest emerging Asia economic outlook report on Wednesday. After last year's recession when annual gross domestic product (GDP) shrank by a record 9.6 percent, Capital Economics expects GDP to revert to 4.5-percent growth this year, 10.5 percent next year and 8.5 percent in 2023. While its 2022 and 2023 GDP growth forecasts for the Philippi...Keep on reading: Deep ‘scarring’ from virus holds back PH recovery
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BPI net income in Q3 up 3% to P5.66B
Ayala-led Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) grew its third quarter net profit by 3 percent year-on-year to P5.66 billion, driven by strong fee-based earnings and declining credit cost. This brought end-September net profit to P17.5 billion, up 1.8 percent year-on-year, as provisioning expense for probable loan losses declined. This January to September bottom line level accounted for about 73 percent of earnings expected by market consensus to be delivered by BPI for full year 2021. The nine-month performance also brought return on equity to 8.3 percent. Compared to the second quarter net profit of P6.82 billion, however, earnings declined by 17 percent. For the third quar...Keep on reading: BPI net income in Q3 up 3% to P5.66B
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Jamaica arrests Colombian national in connection with Haitian president’s murder
PORT-AU-PRINCE --- Haitian authorities said on Thursday that a Colombian national, considered a suspect in the assassination of Haitian President Jovenel Moise, had been arrested in Jamaica as investigations continue. The 53-year-old former businessman Moise, who took office in 2017, was shot dead at his private residence in July and his wife was wounded in the attack. A group of Colombian mercenaries emerged as the main suspects although nobody has been charged or convicted in connection with the case. Haitian authorities identified the person arrested in Jamaica as Mario Antonio Palacios. "Mario Antonio Palacios Palacios is part of the mercenary group. This man is very ...Keep on reading: Jamaica arrests Colombian national in connection with Haitian president’s murder
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Agri damage now at P2.26B
Agricultural damage caused by Severe Tropical Storm "Maring" has reached P2.26 billion as of Wednesday evening, the Department of Agriculture (DA) reported, adversely affecting more than 79,000 farmers, fishers, and backyard livestock and poultry raisers. Damage and losses continue to mount in the regions of Cordillera, Ilocos, Cagayan Valley, Central Luzon, Mimaropa, Bicol, Western Visayas, and Socckskargen. Production losses reached 105,943 metric tons (MT) of rice, corn, and high-value crops, spanning across 88,062 hectares of agricultural areas. The DA also reported the devastation of diversion dams, irrigation systems, check dams, nurseries, demo farms, and farm-to-market road...Keep on reading: Agri damage now at P2.26B
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Putin dismisses links to ‘Mali-bound’ Russian mercenaries
Moscow, Russia --- President Vladimir Putin said mercenaries from private Russian security firm Wagner did not reflect the Kremlin's interests after reports that hundreds of its employees were heading to jihadist-hit Mali. The comments come after France and Germany last month warned the West African country against a reported deal with Wagner to hire 1,000 mercenaries. The Russian company is believed to be close to Putin and has been accused of committing abuses. "They do not reflect the interests of the Russian state," Putin told members of the annual Valdai Discussion Club. Speaking in the Black Sea resort city of Sochi, Putin said Wagner was a "private business" with "...Keep on reading: Putin dismisses links to ‘Mali-bound’ Russian mercenaries
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PSEi back at 7,300 on easing virus numbers
The benchmark Philippine Stock Exchange Index (PSEi) reclaimed the 7,300 level on optimism over declining COVID-19 cases and increased foreign buying. By the closing bell on Thursday, the PSEi gained 0.2 percent, or 14.64 points, to 7,311.72 while the broader all-shares index went up 0.19 percent, or 8.68 points, to 4,474.92. Trading volume was robust, with 1.06 billion shares valued at P10.15 billion changing hands. Overseas investors propped up the market further with net foreign buying hitting P304.53 million. Investor sentiments improved after the independent pandemic monitor OCTA Research Group projected a downturn in COVID-19 infections in the National Capital Region, Cebu...Keep on reading: PSEi back at 7,300 on easing virus numbers
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Nigeria rail company says explosion damaged passenger train
KADUNA, Nigeria --- Nigeria's national rail company said on Thursday an explosion had rocked one of its passenger trains, damaging its fuel tank and forcing it to stop but there were no casualties or injuries. The Nigerian Railways Corporation (NRC) said the explosion occurred on its passenger train on the Abuja-Kaduna line on Wednesday night and that the damaged train had been taken for assessment and repairs. "We are also pleased to inform the public that there were no reported casualties on either the passengers or the train crew," NRC said in a statement. Pictures circulating on social media showed a shattered front window of the train, damages to the coaches and people ...Keep on reading: Nigeria rail company says explosion damaged passenger train
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Co-ops as source of hope or despair
A cooperative, or co-op, can be a source of hope or despair. That depends on its management capability. This was the conclusion at the end of the forum "Revitalizing Food Systems: Generating Value with Producers, Markets and Consumers-Cooperative Experiences," sponsored by the United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN). It was moderated by its Philippine country director, Dr. Philip Tuao from the Ateneo de Manila University. The action implication is that cases of despair can be transformed into hope, but only if the Cooperative Development Authority (CDA) is given the budget to fulfill its role of nurturing and supporting cooperatives. This is especially importan...Keep on reading: Co-ops as source of hope or despair
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Brazil to grant fuel relief to 750,000 truckers, says Bolsonaro
BRASILIA/SAO PAULO --- Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro said on Thursday that his government has decided to grant about 750,000 truckers fuel relief to offset price rises, a few hours after repeating that a planned new welfare program will not breach a constitutional spending cap. His remarks on aiding truckers spooked investors who already feared that government spending on the new 'Auxilio Brasil' welfare program would widen its budget deficit. The Brazilian real extended losses against the U.S. dollar after Bolsonaro's comments, plunging more than 2%, while the Bovespa stock index was down more than 4%. Bolsonaro had told an audience earlier in the day that his governme...Keep on reading: Brazil to grant fuel relief to 750,000 truckers, says Bolsonaro
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Haitian gang leader threatens to kill ‘these Americans’ in video online
PORT-AU-PRINCE --- A Haitian man asserting that he represents a gang that kidnapped a group of American and Canadian missionaries said in a video posted on YouTube on Thursday that he is willing to kill "these Americans" if he does not get what he needs. The speaker in the video, dressed in a purple suit, is identifiable as the man known in Haiti by the alias Lamo Sanjou, the leader of the 400 Mawozo gang. Reuters was unable to independently confirm the veracity of the video or when it was made. It shows the man speaking in the street and surrounded by other, unidentified men. The missionaries were not present. "If I don't find what I need, these Americans, I'd rather kill t...Keep on reading: Haitian gang leader threatens to kill ‘these Americans’ in video online
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Rocket failure delays US hypersonic weapon test – sources
WASHINGTON --- The Pentagon's hypersonic weapon programs suffered a setback after a booster rocket carrying a hypersonic weapon failed to lift off, people briefed on the test result said. The test was intended to validate aspects of one of the Pentagon's hypersonic glide vehicles in development, two of the people said. Hypersonic glide vehicles are launched from a rocket in the upper atmosphere before gliding to a target at speeds of more than five times the speed of sound, or about 6,200 kilometers (3,853 miles) per hour. In a separate series of tests on Wednesday, the U.S. Navy and Army tested hypersonic weapon component prototypes. That test successfully "demonstrated adv...Keep on reading: Rocket failure delays US hypersonic weapon test – sources
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Ex-Italy PM Berlusconi acquitted in ‘bunga bunga’ bribery trial
Rome, Italy --- A Tuscan court acquitted former Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi Thursday of bribing a witness in the notorious "Rubygate" scandal about alleged sex fests he hosted. The leader of the center-right Forza Italia party had stood accused of paying a piano player present at his "Bunga Bunga" parties to lie about the evenings. Girls who attended would later describe the events as sex fests, but Berlusconi has always insisted they were nothing more than elegant dinner parties. "He is obviously relieved and satisfied," Berlusconi's lawyer Federico Cecconi was quoted by Italian media as saying, after the Siena court found the 85-year old and pianist Danilo Mar...Keep on reading: Ex-Italy PM Berlusconi acquitted in ‘bunga bunga’ bribery trial
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Syria executes 24 people over deadly forest fires
AMMAN --- Syria executed 24 people it said had set fires that swept swathes of forests mainly in the coastal province of Latakia, the ancestral home of Syrian President Bashar al Assad, the justice ministry said on Thursday. Those executed on Wednesday were charged with committing "terrorist acts that led to death and damage to state infrastructure, public and private property," the ministry said. It said 11 others were sentenced to life in prison on the same charges from dozens arrested at the end of last year who confessed to igniting the fires that began in September 2020 and lasted until mid-October. Although executions are common in the tightly-run country with a powerf...Keep on reading: Syria executes 24 people over deadly forest fires
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Outgoing UN envoy says Myanmar has spiraled into civil war
UNITED NATIONS --- Myanmar has spiraled into civil war following a military coup, the outgoing United Nations special envoy on Myanmar said on Thursday, warning that the chance to return to democracy is disappearing and signaling that further targeted sanctions could be helpful. Christine Schraner Burgener, who is stepping down after more than three-and-a-half years in the role, told the U.N. General Assembly in June that there was a real risk of large-scale civil war after the military seized power on February 1, detaining Aung San Suu Kyi and other elected government leaders. When asked on Thursday if there was now a civil war, she said: "In the international law terminology ...Keep on reading: Outgoing UN envoy says Myanmar has spiraled into civil war
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Children with mild COVID-19 may not develop antibodies
Children who contract a mild case of COVID-19 may not develop antibodies to the virus afterward, a study from Australia suggests. Researchers compared 57 children and 51 adults with mild COVID-19 or asymptomatic infections. Only 37% of children appeared to develop antibodies, compared to 76% of adults -- even though viral loads were similar in the two groups, researchers found. Children's bodies also did not appear to produce second-line cellular immune responses to the virus in the same way as adults, said study leader Paul Licciardi of Murdoch Children's Research Institute in Melbourne. The participants in the study were all infected in 2020, his team reported on Monday on...Keep on reading: Children with mild COVID-19 may not develop antibodies
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Ka Leody calls out rivals over fuss on who first proposed fuel excise tax freeze
MANILA, Philippines --- Socialist Ka Leody de Guzman on Thursday called out his rivals in the 2022 presidential race for making a big issue about who first suggested the suspension of excise tax on petroleum products amid rising fuel prices. In a tweet, de Guzman stressed that fighting for the interest of the masses should not only come during election season. "Hindi unahan sa pagtanggal ng excise tax, o kung galing Forbes Park o Tondo," De Guzman wrote on Twitter, apparently referring to Manila City Mayor Francisco "Isko Moreno" Domagosoand Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos Jr. "Ilaban ninyo ang masa hindi lang kapag kampanyahan na," he also said. (Fight for the masses not onl...Keep on reading: Ka Leody calls out rivals over fuss on who first proposed fuel excise tax freeze
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PDEA nabs three, seizes P3.4 million worth of ‘shabu’ in Cavite buy-bust
MANILA, Philippines --- Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) operatives arrested three individuals in a buy-bust operation in Bacoor, Cavite, on Thursday and confiscated P3.4 million worth of crystal meth, locally known as "shabu." PDEA identified the suspects as Marvin Espiritu Dominguez, 30; John Paul Reyes, 26; and Christine Bautista Alvaran, 25. The three were arrested around 3:10 p.m. at a subdivision in Panapaan 1, Bacoor town. PDEA said it seized 500 grams of "shabu" with an estimated value of P3,400,000 and a mobile phone from the vehicle used by the suspects. The confiscated drugs were brought to the PDEA Laboratory Service for qualitative and quantitative a...Keep on reading: PDEA nabs three, seizes P3.4 million worth of ‘shabu’ in Cavite buy-bust
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Vic Sotto a ‘100-percent’ hands-on dad for the first time as he works from home
Since the COVID-19 pandemic struck early last year, Vic Sotto has opted to do his ongoing shows "Eat Bulaga!" and "Daddy's Gurl" in the comfort and safety of his own home. While he misses the daily grind in the studio, this new work setup, he said, has been invaluable to him as a father. For the first time in his life, Vic can say that---with his 3-year-old girl Tali---he has become a "100-percent" hands-on father. "I was there to see her first step. I heard the first word she learned to read. I listened to the first song she managed to intelligibly sing. I have been a full-time daddy. One thing I have realized recently is that OK naman ako," Vic said of his daughter with his w...Keep on reading: Vic Sotto a ‘100-percent’ hands-on dad for the first time as he works from home
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3D LOTTO RESULT Today, Friday, October 22, 2021
3D LOTTO RESULT October 22, 2021 – The 3D Lotto draws are held today by the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) at 2PM, 5PM, and 9PM and here are the results: 2pm: 5pm: 9pm: See UPDATED results for the following draws: EZ2 RESULT, Thursday, October 21, 2021 (updated every 2pm, 5pm and 9pm) SWERTRES RESULT […] The post 3D LOTTO RESULT Today, Friday, October 22, 2021 appeared first on Philippine News.
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2D LOTTO RESULT Today, Friday, October 22, 2021
2D LOTTO RESULT October 22, 2021 – The Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) is holding a draw for 2D Lotto today, October 22, 2021, and here are the results of the 2PM, 5PM, and 9PM draws. 2pm: 5pm: 9pm: See UPDATED results for the following draws: EZ2 RESULT, Thursday, October 21, 2021 (updated every 2pm, […] The post 2D LOTTO RESULT Today, Friday, October 22, 2021 appeared first on Philippine News.
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Newly renovated Met theater set to hold its first hybrid film screenings
The newly refurbished Manila Metropolitan Theater (Met), which is set to open in December 2021, now boasts of a cinema facility with a surround sound system that's one of the best in Southeast Asia. This was according to Arsenio "Nick" Lizaso, chair of the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA), the agency that has been leading the restoration and rehabilitation of the 90-year-old structure since 2015. The Met, one of the grandest buildings built during the American colonial period, will hold its first hybrid film screenings---a mix of physical showing and streaming---to celebrate its 90th anniversary in December, Lizaso added. The Met is the second biggest venu...Keep on reading: Newly renovated Met theater set to hold its first hybrid film screenings
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LOTTO RESULT Today, Friday, October 22, 2021
LOTTO RESULT October 22, 2021 – Draws for 6/58 Ultra Lotto, 6/45 Mega Lotto LOTTO RESULT October 22, 2021 – Here is the official result of the 6/42 Lotto and 6/49 Super Lotto draw for today,Friday, October 22, 2021. The Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office or more commonly known as PCSO got five major lotto games […] The post LOTTO RESULT Today, Friday, October 22, 2021 appeared first on Philippine News.
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Duterte: Walang mayaman sa iligal na droga
Inihayag ni Pangulong Rodrigo Duterte kahapon na walang mayayamang Pilipino na sangkot sa kalakaran ng iligal na droga sa bansa. The post Duterte: Walang mayaman sa iligal na droga first appeared on Abante Tonite.
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6/58 LOTTO RESULT Today, Friday, October 22, 2021
Ultra Lotto – 6/58 LOTTO RESULT October 22, 2021 6/58 LOTTO RESULT October 22, 2021 – Here is the result of Ultra Lotto draw released by Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO). 6/58 Lotto Result: See UPDATED results for the following draws: EZ2 RESULT, Thursday, October 21, 2021 (updated every 2pm, 5pm and 9pm) SWERTRES RESULT Today, […] The post 6/58 LOTTO RESULT Today, Friday, October 22, 2021 appeared first on Philippine News.
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6/45 LOTTO RESULT Today, Friday, October 22, 2021
Mega Lotto – 6/45 Lotto Result October 22, 2021 6/45 LOTTO RESULT October 22, 2021 – Here is the draw of 6/45 Mega Lotto Result of the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO). 6/45 Lotto Result: See UPDATED results for the following draws: EZ2 RESULT, Thursday, October 21, 2021 (updated every 2pm, 5pm and 9pm) SWERTRES RESULT […] The post 6/45 LOTTO RESULT Today, Friday, October 22, 2021 appeared first on Philippine News.
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4D LOTTO RESULT Today, Friday, October 22, 2021
4D Lotto Result October 22, 2021 4D LOTTO RESULT October 22, 2021 – Here is the draw of 4D Lotto Result of the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO). 4D Lotto Result: See UPDATED results for the following draws: EZ2 RESULT, Thursday, October 21, 2021 (updated every 2pm, 5pm and 9pm) SWERTRES RESULT Today, Thursday, October […] The post 4D LOTTO RESULT Today, Friday, October 22, 2021 appeared first on Philippine News.
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SWERTRES RESULT Today, Friday, October 22, 2021
SWERTRES RESULT October 22, 2021 – Here is the result of Suertres lotto draw by Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO). Updates of the Swertres result is refreshed every 2PM, 5PM and 9PM. 2pm: 5pm: 9pm: See UPDATED results for the following draws: EZ2 RESULT, Thursday, October 21, 2021 (updated every 2pm, 5pm and 9pm) SWERTRES […] The post SWERTRES RESULT Today, Friday, October 22, 2021 appeared first on Philippine News.
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