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3 killed in central Mali roadside bomb blast
    BAMAKO, Mali -- Three people, including a government official, were killed Thursday in a roadside bomb attack in central Mali, the government said, as fresh violence hits the war-torn West African state. A regional government official was traveling in a military convoy in the volatile centre of the country when his vehicle was struck by a roadside bomb, killing him. Two others also died in the attack, an official from Mali's territorial administration ministry said, without specifying whether they were soldiers. Mali is struggling to contain an Islamist insurgency that erupted in 2012, and which has claimed thousands of military and civilian lives since. ...Keep on reading: 3 killed in central Mali roadside bomb blast
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Coronavirus forces new approaches to fighting wildfires
    BOISE, Idaho --- They are two disasters that require opposite responses: To save lives and reduce the spread of COVID-19, people are being told to remain isolated. But in a wildfire, thousands of firefighters must work in close quarters for weeks at a time. Wildfires have already broken out in Texas and Florida, and agencies are scrambling to finish plans for a new approach. They are considering waivers for some training requirements to previously-certified crew members, and moving some training online. Other proposals include limiting fire engines to a driver and one passenger, requiring other crew members to ride in additional vehicles. They may scrap the ...Keep on reading: Coronavirus forces new approaches to fighting wildfires
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UK’s Johnson out of intensive care as his condition improves
    LONDON --- British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's condition has improved and he has been moved out of intensive care where he was treated for three days with COVID-19, his office said Thursday. In a statement, a spokesman at 10, Downing Street said Johnson "has been moved this evening from intensive care back to the ward, where he will receive close monitoring during the early phase of his recovery." Johnson had been in intensive care at St. Thomas' Hospital in London, near his residence, for three days after his symptoms worsened. He tested positive for the new coronavirus two weeks ago and at first had only "mild" symptoms. His condition appeared to be ...Keep on reading: UK’s Johnson out of intensive care as his condition improves
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World faces new ‘Great Depression’ as virus death toll mounts
    UNITED States -- World powers scrambled on Thursday to build a global response to the human tragedy and once-in-a-century economic collapse caused by the coronavirus epidemic, as the worldwide death toll topped 90,000. In a locked-down New York, the UN Security Council was to meet on the pandemic for the first time. And, by video conference, EU finance ministers are wrangling over how to bail out their worst hit members Italy and Spain. The US coronavirus death toll jumped to over 15,774, according to the Johns Hopkins University, with more than 430,000 cases. New York State had recorded its single day record for COVID-19 deaths, with 799, although the ra...Keep on reading: World faces new ‘Great Depression’ as virus death toll mounts
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Lesotho police minister probed for flouting lockdown rules
    KINGDOM of Lesotho -- Lesotho's minister of police and public safety, Lehlohonolo Moramotse, is under investigation after a video showing him buying alcohol and flouting lockdown regulations went viral, a police source said. Lesotho has prohibited the sale and purchase of alcohol during a 24-day nationwide lockdown, which began on March 29, to fight the coronavirus pandemic. But a CCTV camera monitoring a liquor warehouse showed the police minister collecting boxes of alcohol and loading them into the boot of a silver SUV car. "Police are investigating this matter," a senior police source told AFP. "Investigations are at a very advanced stage." But ...Keep on reading: Lesotho police minister probed for flouting lockdown rules
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Gamers mistakenly buy Chinese/Korean ‘FFVII Remake’ due to lack of labeling
MANILA, Philippines – Gamers in some parts of Asia report mistakenly purchasing the Chinese/Korean version of the highly awaited PlayStation 4 title, Final Fantasy VII Remake, Friday, April 10. With the game getting activated at the stroke of midnight, players excitedly booted up the reimagined PlayStation favorite, ...
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OPEC puts heads together over oil output cuts
    VIENNA, Austria -- Top oil producers started a crucial meeting on Thursday to discuss a possible cut in output after a collapse in demand due to the coronavirus and a Saudi-Russian price war caused the market to crash. The video conference meeting began shortly after 1440 GMT between the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), its OPEC+ allies including Russia and other key non-members. Oil prices rose sharply as the meeting opened, extending earlier big gains, but then fell back again later to post more modest gains as nervous traders took profits in volatile business. The meeting is seen as the best chance of providing support to price...Keep on reading: OPEC puts heads together over oil output cuts
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Macron in surprise visit to controversial French virus doctor
    PARIS, France -- President Emmanuel Macron on Thursday held a surprise meeting with the Marseille-based French medical professor who has caused controversy within the country's scientific community for insisting the anti-malaria drug chloroquine can beat the coronavirus. Professor Didier Raoult met Macron at his specialized infectious diseases hospital in Marseille, in a visit that was not announced in advance, the French presidency said. The findings of Raoult, a prominent figure in France with shoulder-length blond hair and a grey beard, have divided opinion, with some hailing him as a savior but others deriding his work as fake. French presidential off...Keep on reading: Macron in surprise visit to controversial French virus doctor
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28 Covid-19 patients recover in biggest surge of survivors but cases reach 4,000 — DoH
TWENTY-eight more people infected with the coronavirus disease 2019 or Covid-19 recovered, bringing the count to 124 from 96 as of Thursday and making it the biggest number of survivors recorded since the pandemic struck early this year, the  Department of Health said. But even while the recovery rate continues to climb so do the number of […]
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Wiped out of toilet paper? Here’s why
    UNITED STATES -- What does toilet paper have to do with a global pandemic? Nothing. Yet millions of people have been panicking about their household supply. Store shelves have been emptied. Amazon is often out of stock. And social media is bursting with jokes and pleas for a roll or two. The good news: Things are calming down, at least in the U.S., after a buying spree in mid-March. But it's not yet clear when --- if ever --- buying habits will get back to normal. Here's all you ever wanted to know about toilet paper during a pandemic: Why is toilet paper in short supply? One reason is because people are hoarding. Some were stockpiling last month in ...Keep on reading: Wiped out of toilet paper? Here’s why
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Baguio City gov't extends suspension of classes until May 31
MANILA, Philippines — Classes in all levels in public and private schools and other institutions of learning in Baguio City will remain suspended until May 31 as part of the stringent measures being implemented by the city government to contain the spread of the deadly coronavirus disease (COVID-19). Mayor ...
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PSA seeks to shift Fiat Chrysler merger into high gear
PARIS, France – The teams working on the merger of carmakers PSA Group and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) are "picking up the tempo" to finalize the merger, the head of the French automaker has said in comments received on Thursday, April 9, by Agence France-Presse (AFP). The tie-up was announced at the end of October ...
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Govt readies P1.17-T reserve fund to combat Covid-19
The government is readying a P1.17-trillion reserve fund to boost the Philippines’ fight against the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) pandemic, the country’s Finance chief said on Thursday. During a meeting with the Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases in Malacañang, Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez 3rd said the government’s economic managers and […]
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Rufus Wainwright and more performing for ‘Royal Albert Home’ sessions
The cultural institution Royal Albert Hall announced that it will remain closed until at least May 18, as more than 55,000 people have been tested positive for COVID-19 in the United Kingdom. Rufus Wainwright is set to perform. "We've been here for the nation for almost 150 years in good times and bad. We exist to be open, to entertain, to inspire. Our doors are made to be open to the world and so it goes against everything in our nature to close them. But these aren't normal times and we find ourselves in the unique situation where closing our doors is the best way to look after the world," Royal Albert Hall said in a statement at the time. The historic venue has now announced...Keep on reading: Rufus Wainwright and more performing for ‘Royal Albert Home’ sessions
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PH infection rate among lowest in the world –  Duque
The Philippines has one of the lowest coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) infection rates in the world, Health Secretary Francisco Duque 3rd claimed on Thursday. During a public briefing, he noted that the Philippines’ ratio of coronavirus infection was two per 1 million population. “‘Pagka ihahambing po natin ang bilang ng mga may impeksyon sa Pilipinas […]
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3D LOTTO RESULT April 10, 2020
3D LOTTO RESULT April 10, 2020 – The 3D Lotto draws are held today by the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) at 11AM, 4PM, and 9PM and here are the results: 11am: No Draw4pm: No Draw9pm: No DrawSee UPDATED results for the following draws: EZ2 RESULT April 9, 2020 (updated every 11am, 4pm and 9pm) […] The post 3D LOTTO RESULT April 10, 2020 appeared first on Philippine News.
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Bong Go seeks one-time financial aid for provinces
SEN. Christopher Lawrence “Bong” Go on Thursday recommended a one-time financial assistance to provincial governments equivalent to half of a province’s one-month Internal Revenue Allotment (IRA) to boost their response to the coronavirus emergency. Provincial governments “play a crucial role in implementing the measures imposed by the national government to control the spread of the […]
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Lack of Covid vaccine could slow Philippine growth to below 0.7%
The Philippine economy could grow slower than 0.7 percent in 2020 as long as there is no anti-coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) drug or vaccine, an economist warned. Union Bank of the Philippines (UnionBank) chief economist Ruben Carlo Asuncion told The Manila Times that the country’s gross domestic product (GDP) could expand by only 0.7 percent […]
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Graduating players’ eligibility status extention draws mixed reaction
Coaches aired contrasting views on the issue of extending graduating players’ eligibility status to next season following the termination of the remainder of University Athletic Association of the Philippines (UAAP) Season 82. The UAAP cancelled the rest of the season on Tuesday night after the government extended the Luzon-wide enhanced community quarantine (ECQ) to contain […]
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WHO to Trump: Refrain from politicizing virus
GENEVA: In a heartfelt plea for unity, the World Health Organization’s (WHO) chief sought to rise above sharp criticism and threats of funding cuts from United States President Donald Trump over the agency’s response to the coronavirus outbreak. The vocal defense from the WHO director general came a day after Trump blasted the United Nations […]
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Sports video games to the rescue
With the world of sports in a standstill as the dreaded coronavirus wreaks havoc, sports fans and even the athletes themselves are seeking refuge in the virtual world known as video games. In early March, the National Basketball Association (NBA) officially announced the indefinite suspension of the regular season after Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert […]
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Addressing hunger amid the pandemic
THE coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) pandemic has a tremendous worldwide impact. It kills both people and sources of income. The number of deaths continues to exponentially increase. The struggle of Filipino families to survive also persists. Hunger is real, and many Filipinos ask this question: “Where can I get food for me and my family […]
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16.8M Americans thrown out of work as economic toll rises
    NEW YORK --- A staggering 16.8 million Americans have been thrown onto the unemployment rolls in just three weeks, underscoring the terrifying speed with which the coronavirus outbreak has brought world economies to their knees. Meanwhile, world leaders and health officials fervently warned that the hard-won gains against the scourge must not be jeopardized by relaxing social distancing during Easter weekend, one of the busiest travel times of the year on the Continent. Authorities around Europe banned holiday travel and set up roadblocks. A spike in deaths in Britain and New York and surges of reported new infections in Japan and in India's congested cities...Keep on reading: 16.8M Americans thrown out of work as economic toll rises
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LOTTO RESULT April 10, 2020
LOTTO RESULT April 10, 2020 – Draws for 6/58 Ultra Lotto, 6/45 Mega Lotto LOTTO RESULT April 10, 2020 – Here is the official result of the 6/42 Lotto and 6/49 Super Lotto draw for today,Friday, April 10, 2020. Due to the declaration of President Rodrigo Duterte of the Enhanced Community Quarantine PCSO Suspends Lottery […] The post LOTTO RESULT April 10, 2020 appeared first on Philippine News.
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Radiohead announces weekly archival streaming series
British band Radiohead launched the Radiohead Public Library earlier this year, offering privileged access to music videos, live TV performances and full-length concerts as well as their quarterly w.a.s.t.e. newsletters. "Radiohead.com has always been infuriatingly uninformative and unpredictable. We have now, predictably, made it incredibly informative. We present: the RADIOHEAD PUBLIC LIBRARY," they tweeted back in January to announce the Radiohead Public Library. https://twitter.com/radiohead/status/1219198732098510848?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1219198732098510848&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Feditorializer.relaxnews.com%2Fen%2Fselect%2Fmyall%2Frelax%3...Keep on reading: Radiohead announces weekly archival streaming series
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Canada jobless rate surges to 7.8% due to pandemic
OTTAWA, Canada – Canada's unemployment rate shot up to 7.8% last month, its biggest monthly increase in more than 40 years, as the economy bled jobs because of the coronavirus pandemic , the government said on Thursday, April 9. The 2.2-percentage-point increase from February was the biggest ...
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Monica Bellucci among 350 celebs to band together for coronavirus charity ‘sing-along’
A raft of singers, actors, journalists, television hosts, athletes comprising more than 300 celebrities in total have joined together in song to raise funds for the Fondation des Hpitaux de Paris / Hpitaux de France. This is in a bid to garner more financial support for doctors, aid and healthcare workers at those hospitals fighting the COVID-19 pandemic. The coronavirus disease, which has so far claimed more 10,000 lives across France, with over 100,000 reported cases there, has hit the country hard, where a lock-down has so-far failed to slow the spread, and where the infection rate is still currently rising, despite several stringent 'lock-down' measures recently implemented by...Keep on reading: Monica Bellucci among 350 celebs to band together for coronavirus charity ‘sing-along’
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GUIDELINES: OFWs eligible for DOLE's coronavirus assistance
MANILA, Philippines – The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) has released its guidelines for disenfranchised overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) who are eligible for its cash assistance program as the coronavirus outbreak continues to sweep the world. Dubbed the DOLE-AKAP, the program involves giving $200 or P10,000 or its equivalent ...
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Pasig City gov't shoulders cremation of residents who die of coronavirus
  PASIG CITY, Philippines — Pasig Mayor Vico Sotto on Thursday, April 9, said that the city government will shoulder the cremation of residents who succumb to the coronavirus disease. Sotto made the announcement in a post on his Facebook page. Sotto thanked the ...
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Space station crew dock at ISS after virus-hit buildup
ALMATY, Kazakhstan – A three-man crew docked successfully at the International Space Station Thursday, April 9, leaving behind a planet overwhelmed by the coronavirus pandemic . Russian space agency Roscosmos said the Soyuz MS-16 capsule "docked successfully" in a statement on its website. Anatoly Ivanishin and Ivan Vagner of Roscosmos and ...
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U.S. economy purged 17 million jobs amid pandemic
WASHINGTON, USA – United States unemployment is rising at a jarring rate, with data on Thursday, April 9, showing 17 million have lost their jobs since mid-March, as officials scramble to apply a tourniquet to stem the damage from the coronavirus pandemic . The Federal Reserve launched a series of new lending programs ...
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Collapsology: Is this the end of civilization as we know it?
"The world will never be the same again," has been the oft-repeated refrain since the coronavirus brought the global economy to a juddering halt. For many it has shown how fragile our civilisation is. The crisis has come as a new movement called "collapsology," which warns of the possible collapse of our societies as we know them, is gaining ground. With climate change exposing how unsustainable the economic and social model based on fossil fuels is, they fear orthodox thinking may be speeding us to our doom. The theory first emerged from France's Momentum Institute, and was popularised by a 2015 book, "How Everything Can Collapse". Some of its supporters, like former ...Keep on reading: Collapsology: Is this the end of civilization as we know it?
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U.S. Fed launches $2.3-trillion financing to support economy
WASHINGTON, USA – The United States Federal Reserve on Thursday, April 9, announced another series of financing facilities to provide $2.3 trillion to support the US economy amid the coronavirus pandemic . The programs aim to help businesses , households, and state and local governments facing ...
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Manila LGU to start distributing rice subsidies next week
MANILA, Philippines -- The local government unit (LGU) of Manila may start distributing rice subsidies starting next week, City Mayor Isko Moreno revealed on Thursday night. Moreno said this after inspecting a rice storage facility in the Pritil Market in Tondo, Manila, where sacks of rice procured from the National Food Authority (NFA) were placed. He said Manila has purchased at least 50,000 sacks of rice, or about to 2.5 million kilograms. "We are trying to accumulate basic goods and particularly rice, so we entered into a contract with NFA about two weeks ago, and we are now doing some storing in our facilities, hoping in our own little way, to extend food assistance to ...Keep on reading: Manila LGU to start distributing rice subsidies next week
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All-Stars Paul, Young lead NBA HORSE Challenge shooters
    NEW YORK, USA – NBA All-Stars Chris Paul and Trae Young and past NBA Finals Most Valuable Players Chauncey Billups and Paul Pierce will participate in the NBA HORSE Challenge, the league announced Thursday, April 9. The eight-player event based on a traditional basketball playground game starts Sunday with $200,000 being ...
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Africa 'elbowed out' in quest for tools to fight coronavirus – AU
  ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia – African Union officials said Thursday, April 9, the continent is struggling to compete with rich countries for testing kits and other equipment necessary to curb the spread of the coronavirus . "We need aid for testing equipment," Kwesi Quartey, the deputy chair of the African ...
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World faces worst time since Great Depression – IMF
WASHINGTON, USA (UPDATED) – The global coronavirus pandemic is causing an economic crisis unlike any in the past century and will require a massive response to ensure recovery, International Monetary Fund (IMF) chief Kristalina Georgieva said on Thursday, April 9. The warnings about the damage inflicted by ...
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Bukidnon has first coronavirus case
CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY, Philippines — Bukidnon province announced on Thursday, April 9, its first coronavirus case—a man who attended the Araw ng Davao cockfight derby held at the Matina Gallera in Davao City last month. The Department of Health (DOH) in Region 11 had earlier said that 11 of the 12 coronavirus-related ...
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Quezon City vows to start COVID-19 community tests next week
MANILA, Philippines --- Quezon City's community-based testing for COVID-19 infection will start next week, the city's health officials announced Thursday. The local government's health department chief, Dr. Esperenza Arias, said they are looking to start with an initial 1,300 tests in areas with the highest concentration of COVID-19 cases. As of Thursday, there are 670 people in Quezon City who are infected with COVID-19. Of this, 480 are deemed "active" by the local government as these are patients still undergoing treatment. The rest, meanwhile, are either recuperating, recovered, or dead, according to the local government. The local health department also noted that most of t...Keep on reading: Quezon City vows to start COVID-19 community tests next week
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PBA celebrates 45th anniversary in silence
MANILA, Philippines---The PBA has to forego its 45th anniversary with Luzon still under enhanced community quarantine due to the grip of COVID-19. With 45 years being a milestone, celebrating it in normal circumstances would've been a given but league commissioner Willie Marcial said that with the country in a health crisis, there's no way a celebration will be pulled off. "It's disappointing because we've had a lot of programs and gimmicks laid out for the 45th year of the PBA," said Marcial in Filipino in a report from the league's official website. The ECQ was put in place to curb the effects of the virus and prevent it from spreading to more people. Marcial said that ...Keep on reading: PBA celebrates 45th anniversary in silence
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COVID-19 Watch: Albay man, relative of Bicol’s first fatality bring cases in Bicol to 16
  GUINOBATAN, Albay---Two new patients in Bicol tested positive for coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) on Thursday (April 9), according to the Department of Health in Bicol. A 60-year-old man in Tagas village in Daraga town in Albay tested positive after showing symptoms since March 20. Provincial Health Office head Dr. Antonio Ludovice told Inquirer that the patient was swabbed on March 30 by the Provincial Epidemiology and Surveillance Unit (PESU) at a hospital in Daraga. "He was admitted on March 28 and was transferred to Bicol Regional Training and Teaching Hospital on March 30," Ludovice said. Daraga town Mayor Victor Perete has ordered the lockdown of the patie...Keep on reading: COVID-19 Watch: Albay man, relative of Bicol’s first fatality bring cases in Bicol to 16
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Pandemic may cause sub-Saharan Africa's 1st recession in 25 years
JOHANNESBURG, South Africa (UPDATED) – The World Bank warned on Thursday, April 9, sub-Saharan Africa could slip into its first recession in 25 years because of the coronavirus  and called for debt relief to ease the impact on the  the world's most impoverished region . The virus  has arrived late in Africa  compared to elsewhere ...
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ABAP appeals against pro offers for Eumir Marcial
MANILA, Philippines – Association of Boxing Alliances in the Philippines (ABAP) president Ricky Vargas released a statement appealing to "certain individuals and entities" that are luring Tokyo 2020 Olympics-bound Filipino pug Eumir Marcial to turn pro.  Vargas revealed the amounts are "too staggering," with offers reaching "tens of millions of pesos before even landing ...
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San Miguel donates flour for pandesal production
Conglomerate San Miguel Corp. is deploying flour to local government units (LGUs) and bakeries around Metro Manila to help keep small businesses afloat and ensure food supply to communities in need. SMC has so far donated over 8,400 sacks of flour to LGUs and bakers, enough to produce about 13.44 million pieces of pandesal. A 25-kilogram bag of flour can make about 1,600 pieces of pandesal. SMC president and chief operating officer Ramon S. Ang said the donation of flour, the main ingredient in making bread, would supplement the food rations of LGUs and provide added nutrition to citizens amid the COVID-19 pandemic. "The local government units need all the support they ca...Keep on reading: San Miguel donates flour for pandesal production
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'Coronavirus ceasefire' in Yemen's long conflict begins
RIYADH, Saudi Arabia – The Saudi-led coalition began a unilateral ceasefire in Yemen's long war Thursday, April 9, saying it hoped the initiative to prevent coronavirus in the impoverished country would lead to a wider political solution. The Iran-backed Huthi rebels have not formally responded to the coalition's declaration ...
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Maundy Thursday Prayer – Holy Week 2020
Holy Week 2020: Maundy Thursday Prayer MAUNDY THURSDAY PRAYER – Here is a guide on a prayer to the Almighty God this Thursday of the Holy Week 2020. Currently, we are on the Holy Week from April 6, 2020 to April 12, 2020. Filipinos are religious by nature and many usually join the activities of […] The post Maundy Thursday Prayer – Holy Week 2020 appeared first on Philippine News.
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Dead 23-day-old baby from Batangas tested positive for COVID-19
MANILA, Philippines --- A 23-day-old baby boy from Lipa City, Batangas, who died Sunday, April 5, has tested positive for the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19). He is possibly the youngest victim of the infectious respiratory disease in the country. Lipa City Mayor Eric Africa announced Thursday in his official Facebook Page that the infant from Brgy. Lodlod tested positive for COVID-19 citing the result obtained from the Department of Health (DOH) four days after the baby's death. "Please pray for the soul of their Little Angel," Africa wrote. https://www.facebook.com/EricAfricaPage/posts/3522989847727466 On Thursday afternoon, DOH reported 206 additional cases of COVID-19, bri...Keep on reading: Dead 23-day-old baby from Batangas tested positive for COVID-19
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Post-lockdown world will be 'a new, different reality' – expert
MANILA, Philippines – The world is experiencing a standstill in migration because of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to futurist Parag Khanna, founder and managing partner of FutureMap, a data-driven strategic advisory firm.  "When can you point to a period, an exact moment in history, where there is exactly zero migration?" he said ...
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