MISLEADING: PNoy left P6.4-T debt to the Duterte administration

Claim: Former president Benigno Aquino III left P6.4 trillion worth of debt to the Duterte administration in 2016.

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Dugong bughaw? Kaso ng babaeng naging kulay asul ang dugo, ipinaliwanag
Iniulat ng mga doktor sa Providence, Rhode Island ang kakaibang kaso ng isang 25-anyos na babae Naging dark blue ang kulay ng dug0 ng hindi pinangalanang babae Ayon sa mga doktor, isang over-the-counter toothache medication [Read More]
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Batang nagtitinda ng bamboo flute, hinangaan sa husay niya sa pagtugtog nito
Natuwa ang marami sa isang bata na nagtitinda ng bamboo flute Bukod sa kasipagan nito sa paghahanapbuhay, may taglay din itong talento sa pagtugtog ng nasabing instrumento Ilan sa mga tinutugtog niya ay ang popular [Read More]
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Pia: Say yes to that job or eat that bowl of ramen, go for whatever your heart desires
Miss Universe 2015 Pia Wurtzbach gave a piece of advice to those who are looking for a sign from the universe On Twitter, Pia urges her followers to go for whatever their heart desires Pia [Read More]
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‘Please bring pizza, doughnuts’: Late PMA cadet’s letter to family goes viral, breaks hearts online
One of Darwin Dormitorio’s final letters to his family is currently making rounds online In his letter, the late Philippine Military Academy cadet said he’s okay and simply asked for pizza and doughnuts As of [Read More]
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2 men dead, another hurt in motorcycle accident in Bohol
TAGBILARAN CITY, Bohol, Philippines --- Two men died and another was seriously injured in a motorcycle accident in Corella town on Saturday night. Staff Sgt. Renato Sinajon, desk officer of the Corella Municipal Police Station, identified the fatalities as Raymond Paul Andoy, a 31-year-old resident of Purok 4 in Barangay Poblacion, Corella town, and Anthony Lacea, a 35-year-old resident of Purok 6 in Barangay Alegria, Catigbian town. Another man was injured in the accident. He was identified as Kleonel John Duterte, 24, a resident of Poblacion, Corella, Bohol, who was the back rider of Andoy. According to Sinajon, Andoy was on his way to Corella at around 7 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 2...Keep on reading: 2 men dead, another hurt in motorcycle accident in Bohol
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Ginebra shakes off slow start to steamroll Alaska
MANILA, Philippines---Barangay Ginebra bucked a wobbly start before hammering out a 102-83 beatdown over Alaska in the nightcap of Sunday's PBA Governors' Cup at Smart Araneta Coliseum in Cubao. The crowd darlings' beloved import Justin Brownlee was in his usual prolific self, scoring 30 points and plucking down 22 boards in the Gin Kings' conference debut. But Grand Slam mentor Tim Cone stressed that such dominant showing was all thanks to a collective effort---especially on the defensive end. "We did a great job defensively. Scottie (Thompson) did a great on the import helping limit him, Japeth (Aguilar) was there for block shots, and Greg (Slaughter) was a presence," he said....Keep on reading: Ginebra shakes off slow start to steamroll Alaska
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Letter shows PMA cadet Dormitorio kept ordeal from family
CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY, Misamis Oriental, Philippines --- Not known to be a quitter and a crybaby, Philippine Military Academy (PMA) plebe Darwin Dormitorio just bore the physical pain inflicted on him, as his last letter to his family indicated, a close relative said. "Darwin is not a quitter, he's very strong. He is the kind of person who stands for what he believed in," said Michelle Usman, one of Dormitorio's aunts. The question that bugged Dormitorio's family upon learning that he died of injuries from hazing was why he did not give up and leave the academy when he could. "Why did he not quit? Because he really wanted to be a soldier, and he knows it was part of the training. That...Keep on reading: Letter shows PMA cadet Dormitorio kept ordeal from family
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Creative Spaces The CCP Celebrates its Golden Year
The Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) started out in controversy as an elitist institution. Half a century ago it was the playground – and play thing – of the rich an infamous. But, through the years, the CCP has changed. Today, it is unarguably the country’s premier arts center, the hub of dynamic creative endeavors and the incubator of new artists, new art forms and new expressions.
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Lance Stephenson-led Liaoning survives Seoul to win Terrific 12 title
MACAU---Liaoning stuck it out until the end and held off Seoul, 83-82, to claim the East Asia Super League: The Terrific 12 championship Sunday night at Tap Seac Sports Pavilion here. The two teams exchanged blow after blow in the fourth quarter that saw three ties and four lead changes. Seoul held a 71-67 lead with 6:03 left in the game and was in front until the 2:39 mark of the fourth when tournament MVP Lance Stephenson drove for the layup that gave the Flying Leopards a 76-75 lead. Jameel Warney's three-pointer put Seoul to within a point with a second left but all Salah Mejri had to do was get rid of the ball and let the milliseconds run out. Stephenson led the Flyi...Keep on reading: Lance Stephenson-led Liaoning survives Seoul to win Terrific 12 title
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SC: Work in courts nationwide only until 2 p.m. on Sept. 23
MANILA, Philippines --- Work in all courts nationwide will only be until 2 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 23, Supreme Court Senior Associate Justice Antonio Carpio announced on Sunday. The shortening of working hours seeks to encourage court workers to "spend mealtime with their families" in celebration of the 27th National Family Week. https://twitter.com/scph_pio/status/1175686004247654400?s=12 According to the Civil Service Commission (CSC), all government agencies and state universities and colleges are encouraged to extend their support for the Sept. 23 celebration by doing the following: Simultaneously ringing bells at 12 p.m., an activity dubbed as "Ring a Family Bell," as a symb...Keep on reading: SC: Work in courts nationwide only until 2 p.m. on Sept. 23
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Abap finalizing England camp for PH boxers
MACAU---The Philippine national boxing team is stepping up its preparations ahead of the 2019 Southeast Asian Games that would be held in Manila. Ed Picson, the secretary-general of the Association of Boxing Alliances in the Philippines (Abap), is in his final negotiations with the Great Britain Boxing Association that would see the Philippines train at England Institute of Sport. National boxers from the two countries would be in the same training camp and Picson is just hashing out the required immigration papers for the team to travel to Sheffield in England. "The British team is excited to have our team with them in the camp," said Picson. "We're just sorting out Visa issues...Keep on reading: Abap finalizing England camp for PH boxers
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Painters locals pick up slack with foul-plagued Wright on bench
MANILA, Philippines---Rain or Shine reinforcement Joel Wright already had four fouls by halftime and it would've been understandable for him feel worried about his team when he had to be benched in the third quarter due to foul trouble. But that wasn't the case for Wright knowing the Elasto Painters are peppered with promising youngsters and steady role players. Wright sat out the whole third quarter of the Painters' encounter with upstart Columbian Dyip on Sunday night, confident his teammates will pick up the cudgels. "I knew once I came here---I did my research on these guys. These guys play good," he told reporters after Rain or Shine's 96-90 bounce back win at the Big Dome. "I...Keep on reading: Painters locals pick up slack with foul-plagued Wright on bench
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Magkasintahan, isinama ang mga alagang aso sa kanilang prenuptial photo shoot
Patok ngayon ang iba’t ibang pakulo at tema tuwing magkakaroon ng prenuptial photo shoot ang mga magkasintahan Isang magkasintahan ang isinama ang kanilang mga alagang aso sa litrato ng kanilang prenuptial Umani ang larawan ng [Read More]
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Dormitorio kin on PMA hazing: ‘Let Darwin be the last victim’
CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY, Misamis Oriental, Philippines --- The Dormitorio family has chosen privacy as they grieve over the death of its member, Darwin, a Philippine Military Academy (PMA) plebe who died of hazing last Sept. 18. But on Saturday, as the flag-draped casket bearing his remains was laid at the Cosmopolitan Funeral Homes here, several family members poured out their sentiments. They asked officials of the country's premier military school to let Darwin be the last victim of an unwritten and unspoken time-old tradition of plebe initiation, which claimed the 20-year old's life. "It's not good to know that cadets who are willing to serve our country die during their training," ...Keep on reading: Dormitorio kin on PMA hazing: ‘Let Darwin be the last victim’
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Facebook partnering with Ray-Ban owner Luxottica to create AR glasses — report
Facebook has partnered with Luxottica, the owner of eyewear brands including Ray-Ban, Oakley and Coach, to launch a pair of augmented reality (AR) glasses "designed to replace smartphones" as early as 2023, CNBC reports. Despite Snapchat's Spectacles smart glasses not being notably popular among consumers, the brand's parent company, Facebook, is still working hard to make such a device successful. While Facebook confirmed last year that it was developing its own in-house AR glasses, CNBC reported this week that it spoke with sources familiar with the technology company's plans in order to offer the most comprehensive update on the project to date. Facebook hopes to launch t...Keep on reading: Facebook partnering with Ray-Ban owner Luxottica to create AR glasses — report
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LOOK: Batman crossover spotted in ‘Fortnite’ as Party Hub goes live
"Fortnite" players assume Batman will become the latest crossover character in "Fortnite", after Batman items were found in game files. Mobile users can also expect to see whether their friends are online, create a party and talk to its members before playing a game thanks to a new Party Hub update. The suite of Party Hub features can be accessed from within the "Fortnite" mobile application and, at launch, is available from the bottom of the main screen. Voice chat works in-game, out-of-game and with parties that are split across both statuses; parties can also be transferred from mobile to desktop or console by launching "Fornite" while the mobile application is still open...Keep on reading: LOOK: Batman crossover spotted in ‘Fortnite’ as Party Hub goes live
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De Lima laments denial of time allowance for reformed convicts
MANILA, Philippines --- Sen. Leila De Lima on Sunday lamented how corruption and abuse deprived reformed convicts the opportunity to earn time allowances based on good conduct. De Lima made the remark following the revision of the implementing rules and regulationS (IRR) of Republic Act No. 10592 --- the law that increases the time slashed from the prison term of convicts for good behavior. READ:DOJ, DILG complete, sign revised IRR of GCTA law "I hope in my heart that the new IRR is meant to be a temporary solution to prevent irreversible damage caused by the 'GCTA-for-sale' fiasco that hounded this administration," De Lima said in a statement. "It is very unfortunate that corrupti...Keep on reading: De Lima laments denial of time allowance for reformed convicts
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Froilan Saludar claims vacant WBO Asia Pacific super fly title
MACAU---Former world title contender Froilan Saludar is off to a rousing start in his new weight class after knocking out Japanese prospect Tsubasa Murachi for the vacant WBO Asia Pacific super flyweight title Sunday at Korakuen Hall in Tokyo. Saludar (31-3-1) stopped the 22-year-old Murachi (4-1), who fought in his first title bout, 54 seconds into the eighth round. After a slow start in the first round, Saludar picked up the pace and sent Murachi to the canvas in the seventh and eighth rounds before the referee stopped the bout. This was Saludar's first fight in the 115-lb division and he has since moved on from a sixth- round knockout loss to Sho Kimura in July 2018. Sa...Keep on reading: Froilan Saludar claims vacant WBO Asia Pacific super fly title
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Terrific 12: Depleted San Miguel falls to Zhejiang in battle for 3rd
MACAU---San Miguel couldn't complete its comeback to fall to Zhejiang Guangsha, 91-89, in the bronze medal game of the East Asia Super Leaue: The Terrific 12 Sunday night at Tap Seac Sports Pavilion here. The Beermen trailed, 86-77, with 1:37 left but slowly chipped away at the lead to come to as close as two points, 91-89, after a Dez Wells 3-pointer that capped off 12-5 run with 2.6 seconds left. Wells then, nearly stole Cheng Liu's inbound pass but the ball sailed out of bounds with 0.6 seconds left leaving the Beermen with not enough time for a game-winning heave. San Miguel swept Group B in the eliminations but fizzled out in the semifinals. Already depleted with the...Keep on reading: Terrific 12: Depleted San Miguel falls to Zhejiang in battle for 3rd
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Anemia in early pregnancy linked to higher autism risk in children
New research has found that women who suffer from anemia in early pregnancy, a condition that is usually more common in late pregnancy, may give birth to children who have a higher risk of autism and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Carried out by researchers at the Karolinska Institutet in Sweden, the new study looked at 532,232 Swedish children and their 299,768 mothers to look at what effect the timing of an anemia diagnosis during pregnancy had on the fetus' neurodevelopment. In particular, the researchers wanted to investigate if there was an association between an earlier diagnosis of anemia and a higher risk of intellectual disability (ID), autism and ADHD i...Keep on reading: Anemia in early pregnancy linked to higher autism risk in children
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Personality trait called ‘planfulness’ could predict how often you exercise, says study
New research has found that having a personality trait called "planfulness," which is related to how well you plan and focus on long-term goals, could mean you are more likely to exercise. Carried out by researchers at the University of Oregon in the United States, the study looked at 282 participants, many of whom were students, and tracked their gym attendance over two semesters, which was a total of 20 weeks. The participants were asked to complete measures of self-control and grit, the Big Five Inventory of personality and the researchers' own 30-item planfulness scale to measure this personality trait, which describes a person's ability to make short-term sacrifices to pur...Keep on reading: Personality trait called ‘planfulness’ could predict how often you exercise, says study
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Joel Wright lifts Rain or Shine over Columbian
Rain or Shine banked on import Joel Wright to weather tough-fighting Columbian, 96-90, in the PBA Governors' Cup in Sunday night's curtain-raiser at Smart Araneta Coliseum. Wright scored seven of the Elasto Painters' last nine points down the stretch to finish with a game-high 30 points that went with 10 rebounds. "He's a good import, but we still need him to play longer minutes," coach Caloy Garcia said of his reinforcement who delivered despite grappling with foul trouble early. Good thing for the Painters, their locals--especially their second unit--filled the hole in the third quarter when Wright was benched due to fouls. Rey Nambatac scored 20 points, while Javee Moc...Keep on reading: Joel Wright lifts Rain or Shine over Columbian
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Weaker monsoon expected to affect Northern, Central Luzon
MANILA, Philippines --- The southwest monsoon is expected to weaken but will continue to affect the Northern and Central Luzon regions, the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical, and Astronomical Services Administration (Pagasa) said Sunday. The southwest monsoon will bring cloudy skies with isolated thunderstorms in the provinces of Pangasinan, Bataan, and Zambales. No other weather disturbance is being monitored around the Philippine area of responsibility (PAR). Fair weather is expected across the country on Monday, with isolated thunderstorms in the afternoon or evening. In Metro Manila, good weather is expected to continue in the next three days, but isolated thunderstorms are s...Keep on reading: Weaker monsoon expected to affect Northern, Central Luzon
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82% of Filipinos satisfied with campaign vs drugs in Q2 2019
MANILA, Philippines --- Some 82% of adult Filipinos said they were satisfied with the government's campaign against illegal drugs in the second quarter of 2019, the latest Social Weather Survey showed. According to the survey, only 12% said they were dissatisfied with the campaign while 6% said they were undecided. This resulted in a net satisfaction rating of +70, which is considered "excellent." The second quarter 2019 net satisfaction rating of President Rodrigo Duterte's campaign matches its +70 rating in March 2019 but fails to reach its the highest recorded net satisfaction rating of +77 in December 2016. "Net Satisfaction with the campaign has always been either very g...Keep on reading: 82% of Filipinos satisfied with campaign vs drugs in Q2 2019
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Tigers turn back Tams
Soulemane Chabi Yo topped UST with a double-double in the tune of his 21 points and 15 rebounds, while neophyte Mark Nonoy garnered 11 points and six rebounds.
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VP: Rejected foreign aid could have boosted gov’t programs
MANILA, Philippines --- Vice President Leni Robredo was saddened by the order to suspend the financial aid from countries who supported the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) resolution calling for a probe into the Philippine drug war. Robredo said on Sunday that the money that the Duterte administration refused could have been used as additional budget for some programs of the government for the poor. "It would have been OK if we had our own money to replace it, but if we don't have any, the beneficiaries of these programs would be the ones who would sacrifice," Robredo, speaking in Filipino, said in her weekly radio show "BISErbisyong Leni." "It's sad because this...Keep on reading: VP: Rejected foreign aid could have boosted gov’t programs
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Hot-shooting Sherwin Concepcion, UST gun down FEU
Sherwin Concepcion had the hot hand as he shot University of Santo Tomas past Far Eastern University, 82-74, in the UAAP Season 82 men's basketball tournament Sunday at Ynares Center in Antipolo. The rookie big man unleashed an avalanche of triples as part of a blistering Growling Tigers run bridging the third and fourth quarters to bury the Tamaraws. During that pivotal stretch, Concepcion hit three consecutive 3-pointers inside the final two minutes of the third period where UST took a nine-point lead after trailing by as many as 12 in the second quarter. "They responded to my challenge that they have to show up," said UST head coach Aldin Ayo. "Good way to bounce back from our l...Keep on reading: Hot-shooting Sherwin Concepcion, UST gun down FEU
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Millions in Asia at risk from melting of world’s ‘third pole’
SINGAPORE ---One of the most devastating impacts of climate change in Asia is set to be rapid melting of glaciers in the Hindu Kush Himalayan region, the source of 10 major rivers. Temperatures are already rising faster in this vast mountainous zone than the global average, speeding up melting of glaciers that provide water for farmers, hydro-electric power plants and drinking water for millions of people. Major rivers including the Brahmaputra, Ganges, Indus and Mekong are also critical for regional economies and demand for water is growing as populations increase. The Hindu Kush Himalayan region covers all the high mountain chains of Central, South and Inner Asia and comprises tho...Keep on reading: Millions in Asia at risk from melting of world’s ‘third pole’
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Maldives bans Bangladeshi workers
DHAKA ---The Maldives has imposed a year-long ban on recruiting Bangladeshi workers as it says the quota for Bangladeshi workers was already reached. The authorities imposed the ban on Wednesday and announced a program to regularise undocumented foreign workers. Migrant workers from Bangladesh would be able to register at an office set up in Male, said Ahmed Fayyaz, minister of economics in Maldives. The country has fixed a quota of 150,000 migrant workers for a country and Bangladesh has already reached the limit, he said. The restriction, however, will not be applicable to skilled workers. "We decided to impose a limit for each country. In determining this limit, we refer to the un...Keep on reading: Maldives bans Bangladeshi workers
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Garcia stands firm on banning Luzon pork products in Cebu
CEBU CITY -- Cebu Gov. Gwendolyn Garcia stood her ground in prohibiting the entry into her province of pork and pork-related products from Luzon despite the appeal of Agriculture Secretary William Dar. The governor admitted that she was "overreacting" to the crisis. "I say guilty as charged. But you see when it comes to the interest of the province and the Cebuanos, I would rather overreact. If we must err, we must err on the side of caution," Garcia said in a press conference on Saturday. Last Friday, Dar said Cebu's decision to ban all pork products from Luzon due to ASF infestation was an overreaction to the crisis and might disrupt interregional trade. Garcia said she...Keep on reading: Garcia stands firm on banning Luzon pork products in Cebu
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Seniors in Japan flock to gyms as govt seeks to curb medical costs
TOKYO ---Fitness club Tipness in Katsushika Ward, Tokyo, was crowded with seniors one afternoon this month. "[Coming here] helps to prevent my chronic ailments from getting worse. It's also fun to chat with other members," a 76-year-old said. A company executive, 59, said he came here on his days off: "I want to keep working energetically even when I get old," he said. Tipness Ltd., which operates 55 gyms in the Kanto and Kansai regions, said 29 percent of its members as of the end of August are aged 60 or older, up seven percentage points from five years ago. The company is trying to boost membership by offering programs for seniors that put less strain on the body. According to ...Keep on reading: Seniors in Japan flock to gyms as govt seeks to curb medical costs
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WATCH: Paul Rudd sees double in ‘Living with Yourself’ trailer
Paul Rudd stars in a new comedy entitled "Living With Yourself", where he plays a man who finds himself confronted by his not-at-all-evil twin. The official trailer for the new TV series was released on Netflix's YouTube channel last Monday, Sept. 16. https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=1&v=5w54yW2Ur50 In the clip, Rudd is seen as Miles, a man in the throes of an existential crisis. Torn between the desire to become someone better and the reality of such a process, Miles quickly becomes disenchanted. After visiting an establishment promising to make him a better person, he finds himself replaced by his more successful double. Confronted with himself, Miles is goin...Keep on reading: WATCH: Paul Rudd sees double in ‘Living with Yourself’ trailer
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Danielle Collins fights back to beat Venus Williams at Wuhan Open
WUHAN, China --- American Danielle Collins beat seven-time Grand Slam champion Venus Williams 7-5, 7-6 (5) in the opening round of the Wuhan Open on Sunday. Williams controlled the match early, going up 5-3 in the first set before dropping nine games in a row. A major turning point occurred when Williams failed to convert two set points while up 5-4 in the first. After falling behind 0-5 in the second set, Williams stormed back to force the tie-break, which Collins won 7-5. "I didn't really play great the entire way through so I wasn't too happy with my performance even though I got the win, but I was happy to pull it out and sometimes you have to win ugly," said Collins. Collins h...Keep on reading: Danielle Collins fights back to beat Venus Williams at Wuhan Open
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Philippines overcomes Vietnam in 5 sets in Asean Grand Prix
NAKHON RATCHASIMA, Thailand ---The Philippines survived a daring Vietnamese ambush to escape with a 25-21, 22-25, 25-21, 15-25, 15-12 triumph Sunday and claim third place in the Asean Volleyball Grand Prix at Terminal 21 Mall here. UnderheavyfirefromayoungbunchofVietnamese,theFilipinosleanedontopgunnersMylenePaat,CesMolinaandKaleiMaudownthestretchtoscoretheironlywinintheshorttournamentmeanttoprepare them for the Southeast AsianGames. "Thisiswhatwecameoutherefor.Wedidn'tgothroughthetroublejustbylosing,"saidMolina,whoisturning25Monday."ThisiswhatIwishedfor." The Philippine team lost a narrow five-setter to finalist Indonesia in the opening day Friday, and stretched powerhouse Thailand...Keep on reading: Philippines overcomes Vietnam in 5 sets in Asean Grand Prix
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Atio’s parents urge lawmakers to list hazing as heinous crime
The parents of hazing victim Atio Castillo III asked lawmakers to define hazing as a heinous crime.
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Bob Odenkirk of ‘Better Call Saul’ to star in new thriller ‘Nobody’
Bob Odenkirk, known for his roles in "Breaking Bad" and "Better Call Saul", will star in a new thriller entitled "Nobody". He is set to play the role of Hutch Mansell, a nondescript father, husband and neighbor who suddenly unleashes his dormant rage and violent instincts when two burglars break into his house one night, going down a dangerous path that could uncover his deepest secrets. This will be the first solo feature by director llya Naishuller, who co-helmed 2016's "Hardcore Henry", while the "John Wick" saga's screenwriter Derek Kolstad will head the script. The film is slated for an Aug. 14, 2020 release. In addition to leading its cast, Odenkirk will produce the pr...Keep on reading: Bob Odenkirk of ‘Better Call Saul’ to star in new thriller ‘Nobody’
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Hidilyn Diaz shows great resolve in double bronze feat
After two failed attempts in the snatch, Hidilyn Diaz made the crowd wonder if the reigning Olympic silver medalist still has what it takes to take on the best lifters in the world. But the world-class athlete in Diaz prevailed in the succeeding lifts as the country's weightlifting heroine went on to seize two bronze medals in the women's 55kg category of the 2019 IWF World Championships in Pattaya, Thailand. While the audience appreciated that double-bronze feat, people comprising the core team of Diaz at backstage likewise played a vital role in the successful shift in performance. Nutrition coach Jeaneth Aro made spot changes to Diaz's liquid recovery nutrition following ...Keep on reading: Hidilyn Diaz shows great resolve in double bronze feat
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Petro Gazz keeps Lady Red Spikers winless
Led by the steady offense of Jovy Prado and Cai Baloaloa, the Angels register their sixth win of the conference.
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MVP not giving up on Gilas Pilipinas, sets eyes on 2023 and 2027 World Cup
There was a brief moment of silence before Manny V. Panglinan, telecommunications tycoon and chairman emeritus of the Smahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas, breathed out a huge sigh. "When we were in China [during the World Cup], yes," said Pangilinan, when asked if the devastating and painful basketball setbacks he has witnessed since becoming the sport's designated godfather in the country has floated thoughts of giving up. "Right after the Italy game," he added. That was Gilas Pilipnas' first game in the World Cup and the Filipinos were unprepared for what the Italians threw at them, That ended in a forgettable rout. And it only got worse from there. But Pangilinan isn't one ...Keep on reading: MVP not giving up on Gilas Pilipinas, sets eyes on 2023 and 2027 World Cup
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Lea Michele enlists ‘Glee’ co-stars for first Christmas album
Lea Michele will be working with her "Glee" co-stars and longtime friends Jonathan Groff and Darren Criss on her first Christmas album, entitled "Christmas in the City". After revealing the album cover on Instagram last Wednesday, Sept. 18, the actress-singer shared details about the genesis of "Christmas in the City" in an interview with People. https://www.instagram.com/p/B2jt1jeAukk/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link "It was always my dream to make a Christmas record. Christmas is so special to me. It's such an important time of year for me and my family that I have so many incredible memories from," she told the magazine. The album will feature a selection of Michele's favo...Keep on reading: Lea Michele enlists ‘Glee’ co-stars for first Christmas album
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Haze over Bohol pose health risk to residents
TAGBILARAN CITY, Bohol, Philippines --- Some Boholanos have complained of health problems as haze hovered over the island. Dave Albarado, 44, said he has experienced "runny nose, dry throat, cough, and allergies" since Sunday, Sept. 15. "I think the haze could have contributed to my allergies because I usually have them only for 24 hours. Now, it has persisted for days," he said. To protect himself from air contaminants, he decided to buy and wear a mask. "I am doing my best to stay indoors and take medicines to control the symptoms," he said. Residents have also taken to social media to relate how the haze has been affecting them as air quality continued to worsen. Some ...Keep on reading: Haze over Bohol pose health risk to residents
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Palace dismisses US senator's call to free De Lima as 'nonsense'
"We don’t respond to nonsense," presidential spokesperson Salvador Panelo said.
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NU, UP shuttlers pick up wins
Defending champion National University and University of the Philippines picked up convincing wins in a prelude to their showdown in the UAAP Season 82 Men's Badminton Tournament, Sunday at PNP Sports Center.
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After cadet’s death, PMA must be open to probe – Zubiri
MANILA, Philippines --- The Philippine Military Academy (PMA) should be open to investigation following the death of one of its cadets due to internal bleeding apparently caused by "blunt force trauma," Senate Majority Leader Juan Miguel Zubiri said on Sunday. "The Academy must open themselves to investigation or they themselves will be subjects to harsh penalties under the new law we authored together with Sen. Ping Lacson last 17th Congress which was R.A. 11053 or the Strengthened Anti-Hazing Law," Zubiri said in a statement. Zubiri made the remark after PMA Cadet Fourth Class Darwin Dormitorio died of hazing, the first such case in the academy in 18 years. READ: Police confir...Keep on reading: After cadet’s death, PMA must be open to probe – Zubiri
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UST blasts UP to open beach volley title defense
The four-peat seeking Tigresses are looking good to extend their reign even in the post-Sisi Rondina.
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Ateneo drubs NU to stay perfect
Ange Kouame steered Ateneo to its fifth straight victory, taking the 71-50 win over National University in the UAAP Season 82 men's basketball tournament Sunday at Ynares Center here
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WATCH: Homeless woman whose bike was stolen given new one by police
A police officer went above and beyond the call of service when she gave a homeless woman, whose bike had been stolen about two months ago, a new one. Jessica Madras' bike was stolen while she was at work in Florida, United States, as per the Sarasota Police Department's Facebook post on Thursday, Sept. 19. https://www.facebook.com/SarasotaPoliceDepartment/videos/2415838842072742/ She then reported the theft to Amelia Wicinski, who has not been able to recover the stolen bike. Wicinski later found out that Madras was an expectant mother. This led her to work with Salvation Army, a popular charity organization, to buy a new bike for Madras. The officer also gave her lights and a l...Keep on reading: WATCH: Homeless woman whose bike was stolen given new one by police
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