Philippines Report

Full Hanjin ship can’t dock without plan to leave

Failed South Korean cargo line Hanjin Shipping Co Ltd found the money to unload a full container ship waiting outside a New York-area port. But before the vessel was allowed to dock, it faced another problem: a plan to get [...]

September 21, 2016 What The Papers Say

African legend Yaya Toure retires from international football

Manchester (United Kingdom) – Four-time African footballer of the year Yaya Toure of the Ivory Coast announced his retirement from international football on Tuesday. Yaya Toure has been capped 113 times by the Ivory Coast as well as playing for [...]

September 21, 2016 What The Papers Say
Brad Pitt - Angelina Jolie

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie’s Hollywood Romance

Irreconcilable differences have brought an end to a Brad Pitt – Angelina Jolie‘s Hollywood Romance for the ages. Angelina Jolie-Pitt filed for divorce from Brad Pitt on Monday after 12 years together. A collection of key moments in their relationship. [...]

September 21, 2016 Celebrity, Entertainment, Featured, Headlines, News, Trending News, What The Papers Say, World

Duterte slams EU resolution on PH extrajudicial kilings

President Rodrigo R. Duterte on Tuesday night slammed the European Union (EU) for its resolution calling for an investigation on the rising number of drug suspects killed in relation to the government's war against illegal drugs. President Duterte during Sulong [...]

September 21, 2016 What The Papers Say

Jennifer Aniston memes explode in response to Pitt divorce

Jennifer Aniston (Photo by Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP) LOS ANGELES (AP) — #Brangelina may be the top trending hashtag Tuesday, but Jennifer Aniston's face is the one saturating social media. Aniston memes of all kinds were the Internet's response to the Tuesday [...]

September 21, 2016 What The Papers Say

About 20 civilians killed in Syria aid convoy attack: Red Cross

The air raids that hit an aid convoy near Aleppo killed around 20 people, including a Red Crescent staff member, the humanitarian organisation. The Red Crescent convoy was delivering food and non-food aid for some 78,000 people trapped in Aleppo, [...]

September 21, 2016 Headlines, News, Trending News, What The Papers Say, World

Ex-President George W. Bush dips toe into U.S. trade debate

Former U.S. President George W. Bush  entered the debate over the Trans-Pacific Partnership, hosting a forum at his presidential library extolling his successor’s Asian free trade deal. Former U.S. President George W. Bush speaks on stage during the Symposium on [...]

September 21, 2016 News, What The Papers Say, World

Senator De Lima got P3M monthly from NBP according to Herbert Colangco

The opening salvo of the legislative inquiry into the alleged rampant drug trade which involves convicted crime leader Herbert Colangco at the New Bilibid Prison (NBP) saw embattled Senator Leila de Lima further pinned down to an alleged protection racket  [...]

September 20, 2016 Headlines, News, Politics, Trending News, What The Papers Say
Sen. Alan Peter Cayetano

Sen. Trillnes nag-‘Sorry’ kay Sen. Cayetano

Tinanggap ni Senator Alan Peter Cayetano ang paghingi ng paumanhin ni Sen. Antonio Trillanes sa inasal nito sa hearing ng Senate Committee on Justice and Human Rights noong Setyembre 15. Ayon kay Senator Alan Peter Cayetano, pare-pareho lang naman silang [...]

September 20, 2016 Headlines, News, Politics, Trending News, What The Papers Say
Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II

May ‘immunity’ ang 30 testigo vs De Lima ayon sa DoJ

Ipinahayag ni Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II na hindi pwedeng idemanda ng sinoman sa 30 katao na tetestigo laban kay Sen. Leila de Lima kaugnay sa umano’y pagkakasangkot nito sa iligal na droga. Ayon kay Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II, [...]

September 20, 2016 Headlines, News, Politics, Trending News, What The Papers Say

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