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  • Imelda should be held in contempt for skipping sentencing – Hilbay


    The Sandiganbayan should not let pass the lies of former first lady Imelda Marcos, who claimed that she was ill when she skipped the promulgation of her graft case, according to former Solicitor General Florin Hilbay. Hilbay, a senatorial aspirant, was among the 200 people who gathered at the People Power Monument on Sunday to call for the immediate arrest of the wife of the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos. "I don't think the Sandiganbayan should allow that kind of blatant dishonesty to go unpunished," Hilbay told reporters. "At the very least, she should have been cited for contempt of court... Down the line, they should deny her the remedies of appeal because she decided not t...Keep on reading: Imelda should be held in contempt for skipping sentencing – Hilbay

  • Sandiganbayan dismisses case vs Aklan governor, wife over delay


    MANILA, Philippines – The Sandiganbayan dismissed the criminal charges filed against incumbent Aklan Governor Florencio Miraflores and his wife, former Ibajay mayor Lourdes Miraflores, due to inordinate delay. Inordinate delay means the case has taken too long to resolve, violating a person's constitutional right to speedy ...

  • 12 dead in Vietnam floods, landslides


    HANOI --- Flash floods and landslides killed at least 12 people in central Vietnam, officials said Sunday, as hundreds of troops were dispatched to clean up destroyed villages and washed out roads. Heavy rains pounded the central Khanh Hoa province over the past few days as tropical depression Toraji blew in from the South China Sea, triggering landslides that wiped out houses and destroyed a small reservoir. At least a dozen people have been killed so far while a search was ongoing for several others, an official from the provincial disaster office told AFP, refusing to be named. "We have mobilized hundreds of army troops to help people restore lives and clean up damaged ...Keep on reading: 12 dead in Vietnam floods, landslides

  • Egypt rounds up dozens of human rights defenders – HRW


    BEIRUT, Lebanon – Egyptian authorities have rounded up at least 40 rights workers, activists and lawyers since late October and detained them in "undisclosed locations," Human Rights Watch said Sunday, November 18. "Many of those arrested were people who provided humanitarian and legal support to families of political detainees," HRW said, ...

  • Pope: The din of ‘ever more rich’ drown out cries of poor


    VATICAN CITY --- Pope Francis is praying with thousands of poor people in the splendor of St. Peter's Basilica and decrying that the "few rich" grow even wealthier. The Catholic Church dedicated Sunday to the world's poor, and Francis invited needy persons and volunteers who help them to Mass as well as to lunch at the Vatican. In his homily, Francis called injustice the "perverse root of poverty." He lamented that while the cry of the poor becomes stronger, it is drowned out by "the din of the rich few, who grow ever fewer and more rich." He said Christians cannot be indifferent, and cited the "stifled cry" of the unborn, of starving children, abandoned elderly, youths in w...Keep on reading: Pope: The din of ‘ever more rich’ drown out cries of poor

  • Duterte back in PHL from APEC Summit


    President Rodrigo Duterte returned to the Philippines Sunday evening after attending the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation  (APEC) Summit in Papua New Guinea.

  • Veteran war crimes prosecutor urges reform of 'disappointing' United Nations


    GENEVA, Switzerland – Former war crimes prosecutor Carla del Ponte, who for years was part of a UN commission probing rights abuses in Syria, is calling for reform of the UN "talk shop." She also argued that the upholding of human rights had reached a low point, questioning if they still ...

  • World’s ‘sexiest’ hotel bedrooms featured in coffee table book


    Boutique hotel site Mr and Mrs Smith have released a new book for design aficionados and globetrotters that curates what they're calling "the world's sexiest bedrooms" from hotels and luxury properties around the world. Over 296 pages, the coffee table book features 35 hotels spanning destinations from the Cotswolds in England to the Caribbean, Paris and Phuket. The rooms and properties are captured in 200 images taken by photographer Polly Brown. The hardcover book is being released to mark the company's 15th anniversary. The collection of bedrooms is based on the company's annual "World's Sexiest Bedrooms" awards. This year, for example, that title was bestowed on the Sone...Keep on reading: World’s ‘sexiest’ hotel bedrooms featured in coffee table book

  • Macron, Merkel aim to present united stance in Trump era


    BERLIN, Germany – German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron were due to meet in Berlin Sunday, November 18, in a show of unity against rising populism in the era of US President Donald Trump. At their second meeting in a week, the two are expected to once again ...

  • Carpio: Duterte affirms arbitration award in recent PH-Japan declaration


    President Rodrigo Duterte's declaration of commitment to freedom of navigation in the disputed South China Sea in the joint Philippines-Japan declaration last week is an affirmation of the 2016 arbitration award, Acting Chief Justice Antonio Carpio said Sunday. The acting chief justice, one of the leading figures in the Philippines' arbitration victory against China, lauded the President for his support to freedom of navigation and said this was the "most welcome development in resolving the South China Sea dispute." "The statement of President Duterte upholding freedom of navigation and overflight in the South China Sea should be the main thrust of our for...Keep on reading: Carpio: Duterte affirms arbitration award in recent PH-Japan declaration

  • FEU aims to make most of last Final Four chance


    MANILA, Philippines – Despite trouncing the No. 2 Adamson Soaring Falcons in their final UAAP elimination round game, Far Eastern University (FEU) head coach Olsen Racela rued that the Tamaraws could have been in a better spot had they played more consistently. "If we took care of business early on, we should've been in ...

  • Youth groups hold protest rally, demand Imelda’s imprisonment


    Various youth and student groups on Sunday conducted a protest rally at the People Power Monument in Quezon City against former first lady Imelda Marcos's provisional liberty, granted after she posted P150,000 in bail.

  • Pope denounces 'din of rich few' on World Day of Poor


    VATICAN CITY, Holy See – Pope Francis railed against social inequality Sunday, November 18 lamenting "the din of the rich few" drowning out the voice of the needy, as he marked the second "World Day of the Poor.” At a mass attended by about 6,000 poor people at St Peter's Basilica ...

  • ‘God of War’ favorite among PS4 game developers


    Celebrating the PlayStation 4 console's fifth anniversary, PlayStation asked 23 developers to name their top three PS4 games: 2018's "God of War" came on top, with "Horizon Zero Dawn" and "Bloodborne" next in line. Not only a critical and commercial success, but also a favorite among game designers themselves, "God of War" was named by more than half responding to an official PlayStation 4 retrospective. The game took troubled Greek god Kratos out of ancient Greece and on a violent adventure into mythological Norse lands. This time he was accompanied by his son, the powerful and accomplished warrior was at last coming to terms with some of his personal issues, as well as treati...Keep on reading: ‘God of War’ favorite among PS4 game developers

  • Yemen rebels mobilize to fight ahead of UN envoy visit


    SANAA, Yemen – Yemeni rebels have said they are ready to mobilize more fighters to the frontline despite a lull in battleground Hodeida, as the UN envoy prepares to visit the country to boost peace efforts. Dozens of Huthi rebels put on a show of strength on the outskirts of the ...

  • Data storage needs drive CERN to Google


    This week Google announced that the company will be joining CERN openlab, a partnership that will lay the foundation of future research in cloud computing, machine learning and quantum computing. So why would one of the world's largest and most respected institutions for physics research, known for the world's largest particle physics laboratory operating the Large Hadron Collider, want to partner with Google? Simple. The biggest scientific laboratory also produces the largest amount of data. Over the next couple years as the LHC evolves, the "computing capacity required would be around 50 [to] 100 times higher than today," which means data storage needs will be up to an order ...Keep on reading: Data storage needs drive CERN to Google

  • APEC's future in doubt after costly summit failure


    PORT MORESBY, Papua New Guinea – With Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin absent and leaders unable even to agree a joint statement, some critics are questioning whether the annual APEC summit is still worth the effort. "Expectations are low and probably won't be fulfilled anyway." That was the brutal if prescient ...

  • Taking just one week off from social media causes withdrawal symptoms


    A new European research has found that even just a one-week break from social media can cause withdrawal symptoms similar to those experienced when quitting addictive substances. Carried out by researchers at the Karl Landsteiner University of Health Sciences in Krems (KL Krems) and the University of Vienna, Austria, the new study set out to investigate what happens when users of social media quit using the platforms even for a short period of time and whether they experience any kind of withdrawal. The researchers recruited 152 participants aged between 18 and 80, 70 percent of them women and instructed them not to use social media such as Facebook and WhatsApp for a...Keep on reading: Taking just one week off from social media causes withdrawal symptoms

  • More than 400 hurt in French fuel price protests


    PARIS, France – More than 400 people were hurt, 14 seriously, in a day and night of "yellow vest" fuel price protests around France that claimed one life, Interior Minister Christophe Castaner said on Sunday, November 18. The injury toll, more than double the last tally provided on Saturday, November 17 ...

  • FEU slams depleted Adamson, forces Final Four playoff vs La Salle


    Far Eastern University extended its stay in the competition after an absolute beating of second seed Adamson University, 82-56, in the UAAP Season 81 men's basketball tournament Sunday at Mall of Asia Arena. The Tamaraws finished their eliminations campaign with an 8-6 record to force a playoff with De La Salle, also at 8-6, for the last Final Four slot. Adamson, which already secured tne No. 2 seed and twice-to-beat advantage prior to the game, played without stars Sean Manganti and Jerrick Ahanmisi. FEU started off hot building a 14-0 lead at the start of the game after Wendell Comboy's triple and that was practically the foundation the Tamaraws leaned on throughout the ma...Keep on reading: FEU slams depleted Adamson, forces Final Four playoff vs La Salle

  • UPDATE: FEU demolishes Adamson, sets up knockout game vs La Salle for 4th semis slot


    FAR Eastern University (FEU) forced a playoff for the last Final Four spot after thrashing the undermanned Adamson University, 82-56, in Season 81 University Athletic Association of the Philippines (UAAP)…READ The post UPDATE: FEU demolishes Adamson, sets up knockout game vs La Salle for 4th semis slot appeared first on The Manila Times Online.

  • Taking omega-3 fatty acids during pregnancy can reduce the risk of premature birth


    A new review has found that taking omega-3 supplements during pregnancy could reduce the risk of premature births. Published on Thursday, Nov. 15 the newCochrane Reviewset out to investigate whether omega3 longchain polyunsaturated fatty acids (LCPUFA), particularly docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) and eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) found in fatty fish and fish oil supplements, play a role in reducing the risk of premature birth. The Cochrane researchers looked at 70 randomized trials involving a total of 19,927 women which compared increasing omega3 LCPUFA intake through supplements and food to no omega-3 or taking a placebo. The results showed that for pregnant women, inc...Keep on reading: Taking omega-3 fatty acids during pregnancy can reduce the risk of premature birth

  • Often divisive Trump switches to Consoler in Chief role


    PARADISE, United States – Even the bright lights on Donald Trump's motorcade grew dim as "the Beast" limousine and the rest of the presidential procession slid into the haze covering the fiery inferno of northern California. All along the route to the town of Paradise stretched blackened fields. Many of ...

  • MILF chairman to visit Armed Forces for the first time on Monday, says spokesman


    A LEADER of the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) will be visiting the general headquarters of the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) for the first time, a military spokesman…READ The post MILF chairman to visit Armed Forces for the first time on Monday, says spokesman appeared first on The Manila Times Online.

  • Construction worker arrested for grabbing student, telling her he’ll ‘just rub’ her breasts


    A 43-year-old construction worker in Tokyo, Japan was arrested for grabbing a 20-year-old student and telling her he'll rub "just" her breasts. Yoshimichi Nagashima was arrested and charged with sexual assault yesterday, Nov. 17, as reported by TBS News via the Tokyo Reporter on the same day. He admitted to the crime, telling the Tokyo Metropolitan Police that he molested the student because he was "unable to control [his] sexual desire." The police have launched an investigation to see whether Nagashima was also behind the similar crimes reported in the area. In August this year, the suspect used a bicycle to follow a university student who was on her way home alone, the report sai...Keep on reading: Construction worker arrested for grabbing student, telling her he’ll ‘just rub’ her breasts

  • Netanyahu says 'unnecessary and wrong' to call snap Israeli polls


    JERUSALEM – Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Sunday, November 18 it would be "unnecessary and wrong" to call snap polls, as he sought to hold his governing coalition together following the resignation of his defense minister. "In a period of security sensitivity, it's unnecessary and wrong to go to elections," ...

  • Imelda’s P150,000 bail gives impression that the rich can ‘get away with it’ -- Robredo


    Vice President Leni Robredo on Sunday took exception to Sandiganbayan's decision to allow former first lady Imelda Marcos to post P150,000 in bail on Friday pending its ruling on her motion seeking post-conviction remedies.

  • Alvin Pasaol a '1st-round pick' in PBA draft, says UE coach


    MANILA, Philippines – Nothing is final yet, but it seems that UE superstar Alvin Pasaol has played his final game in the UAAP. After finishing with 20 points, 14 rebounds and 4 steals in the Red Warriors’ 71-79 loss against the NU Bulldogs, the burly 6-foot-3 forward couldn’t help ...

  • Cargo vessel carrying 50,000 illegal bags of rice seized in Sulu


    A cargo vessel carrying approximately 50,000 bags of smuggled rice was seized by the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) in Tonquil, Sulu. The PCG said on Sunday that the agency found the cargo steel-hull vessel MV Hulk as it conducted maritime security at Bulan Island, Sulu last Nov. 16. The PCG said that MV Hulk's home port is located in Cagayan de Oro City and is registered under Key West Shipping Lines Corporation. According to the agency, its personnel in the said province spotted an anchored cargo vessel during its maritime inspection. "Lieutenant Jeffrey R Collado PCG, Commanding Officer of Multi-Role Response Vessel 4408, immediately dispatched boarding team and special oper...Keep on reading: Cargo vessel carrying 50,000 illegal bags of rice seized in Sulu

  • Tropical Depression Samuel to affect Caraga, Davao Oriental


    What's the weather like in your area? Report the situation through Rappler's  Agos  or tweet us at  @rapplerdotcom . MANILA, Philippines – The trough or extension of Tropical Depression Samuel is expected to bring rain to parts of Mindanao. In a Facebook Live video past 5 pm on Sunday, November ...

  • Man asks cops to arrest him after downloading child porn


    A 24-year-old man from Florida, United States was jailed after he turned himself to the authorities for downloading child pornography on his phone. Cory Hinsch was arrested and charged with two counts of possession of obscene material on Nov. 9, as reported by the Pensacola News Journal on Thursday, Nov. 15. He was booked into Escambia County Jail and was later released on Tuesday, Nov. 13 on a $10,000 (around P525,000) bond. Hinsch walked into the Pensacola Police Department on Nov. 9. He told a front desk police officer that he should be arrested because he has child pornography on his phone. To prove his point, he showed the police officer a picture of an underaged girl engaged i...Keep on reading: Man asks cops to arrest him after downloading child porn

  • Palace statement: Duterte's 26th APEC participation successful


    Full text of Malacañang's statement on the participation of President Rodrigo Duterte in the 26th APEC APEC Economic Leaders’ Meeting.

  • FEU forces Final Four playoff vs La Salle


    MANILA, Philippines – Far Eastern University made the most of a lucky break to keep its UAAP Season 81 campaign alive.  The Tamaraws came out charging from the get-go against an Adamson Falcons side that played minus its top two scorers to cruise to an 82-56 victory and force ...

  • Record-breaking Alps postcard sends message against climate change


    A massive collage of 125,000 drawings and messages from children around the world about climate change was rolled out on a shrinking Swiss glacier Friday, smashing the world record for giant postcards. The mosaic of postcards, measuring 2,500 square meters (26,910 square feet), was laid out in the snow on the Aletsch glacier in the Swiss Alps, at an altitude of 3,400 meters (11,200 feet). The event aims to "boost a global youth climate movement ahead of the next global climate conference (COP24) in Poland", next month, said the WAVE foundation, which organized the event in cooperation with Swiss authorities. The display easily set the Guinness world record for the number of ...Keep on reading: Record-breaking Alps postcard sends message against climate change

  • Cruising for a bruising: What we learned from the APEC summit


    PORT MORESBY, Papua New Guinea – The annual meeting of leaders from the 21 Asian-Pacific countries produced little in the way of concrete results, but plenty of fireworks on the sidelines. Here's what we learned from the gathering held for the first time in the dusty and sun-baked city of ...

  • More than 5,000 police to secure Xi’s visit


    MORE than 5,000 policemen will be deployed by the National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO) to secure the state visit of Chinese President Xi Jinping this week, with the Presidential…READ The post More than 5,000 police to secure Xi’s visit appeared first on The Manila Times Online.

  • Duterte orders Dureza, Panelo to meet with communist leaders


    MANILA, Philippines – An "informal chat" is set to take place between government officials and self-exiled communist leaders Fidel Agcaoili and Luis Jalandoni. Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process Jesus Dureza said the meeting with the two National Democratic Front (NDF) leaders could happen in November. "President [Rodrigo] Duterte has ...

  • Big-time oil price rollback anew awaits motorists this week


    MOTORISTS are in for another treat this coming week as oil companies announced a hefty rollback in prices of petroleum products over the weekend. Firms cut the price of diesel…READ The post Big-time oil price rollback anew awaits motorists this week  appeared first on The Manila Times Online.

  • Imelda bail a ‘double insult’ on top of Marcos LNMB burial anniversary -- party-list


    Allowing Ilocos Norte Representative Imelda Marcos to post bail only a few days before the second anniversary of dictator Ferdinand Marcos' burial at the Libingan ng mga Bayani is a "double insult" to the victims of the Marcos regime, a progressive party-list group said.

  • Swimmer killed by stingray, 2 mauled by sharks in Australia


    SYDNEY, Australia – A swimmer died after a rare suspected stingray attack off an Australian beach while another two people were mauled in separate shark encounters this weekend. The 42-year-old's death came more than a decade after world-renowned "Crocodile Hunter" Steve Irwin was killed when a stingray barb punctured his chest ...

  • Rains, clouds over Metro, south as LPA enters PH—Pagasa


    A low pressure area (LPA) entered the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR) on Sunday and was expected to bring cloudy periods with rains in Metro Manila and in the southern…READ The post Rains, clouds over Metro, south as LPA enters PH—Pagasa appeared first on The Manila Times Online.

  • Sri Lanka president seeks talks to end power struggle


    COLOMBO, Sri Lanka – Sri Lanka's President Maithripala Sirisena on Sunday, November 18 called crucial talks with political leaders ...

  • Police seize P39-M ‘shabu’ in biggest catch from an individual in Central Visayas


    POLICE arrested a man tagged as a high-value target outside his rented apartment in Cebu City early on Sunday. The suspect, identified as Jeffry Jade Cabaron, 26, of Barangay Suba…READ The post Police seize P39-M ‘shabu’ in biggest catch from an individual in Central Visayas appeared first on The Manila Times Online.

  • Cops called as Chinese delegates at APEC 'try to barge in'


    PORT MORESBY, Papua New Guinea (UPDATED) – Police were called when Chinese officials attempted to "barge" into the office of Papua New Guinea's foreign minister, it emerged Sunday, November 18 as APEC summit tensions boiled over. The Chinese delegates "tried to barge in" to Rimbink Pato's Port Moresby office Saturday, November ...

  • Driver hurt after vehicle falls from 3rd floor of shopping center parking lot in San Juan


    One person was injured after the vehicle he was driving fell from the third floor of a shopping center in Greenhills, San Juan City on Sunday, police said. Teodoro Paraiso…READ The post Driver hurt after vehicle falls from 3rd floor of shopping center parking lot in San Juan appeared first on The Manila Times Online.

  • IN NUMBERS: Adamson vs FEU – UAAP Season 81


    MANILA, Philippines – It’s now or never for the FEU Tamaraws. In the final game of the UAAP Season 81 elimination round, the 7-6 Tams could lose everything to a team who will gain nothing, the second-seeded Adamson Soaring Falcons. A loss for the Tamaraws would mean that they’re eliminated from Final ...

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  • 'Yellow vest' protests against Macron snarl traffic across France


    PARIS, France – Thousands of people blocked roads across France Saturday, November 17 in a "yellow vest" movement against high fuel prices which has mushroomed into widespread protest against stagnant spending power under President Emmanuel Macron. Tempers flared as some drivers tried to force their way through demonstrators, and one protester ...

  • ANG PROBINSYANO


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  • Central Africa ex-militia leader extradited to ICC for trial


    BANGUI, Central African Republic – Central African Republic (CAR) lawmaker and former militia leader Alfred Yekatom was extradited to The Hague Saturday, November 17 to stand trial in the International Criminal Court probing war crimes and crimes against humanity, a government source said. The source said the charges against Yekatom, a ...

LOCAL NEWS

DepEd, pinaigting ang kampanya kontra bullying

Pinaigting ng Department of Education ang kanilang programa kontra bullying o pang-aapi para matutukan ang problemang ito sa mga eskuwelahan, sabi ng ...

SPORTS NEWS

FEU slams depleted Adamson, forces Final Four playoff v ...

Far Eastern University extended its stay in the competition after an absolute beating of second seed Adamson University, 82-56, in the UAAP Season 81 men's bask ...

FEU forces Final 4 playoff by demolishing Adamson

Far Eastern University pounced on the absence of Adamson's key players to clobber the Soaring Falcons, 82-56, and force a playoff for the last semifinal spot in ...

TECHNOLOGY

‘God of War’ favorite among PS4 game developers

Celebrating the PlayStation 4 console's fifth anniversary, PlayStation asked 23 developers to name their top three PS4 games: 2018's "God of War" came ...

Rains, thunderstorms seen in parts of PHL due to 'Samue ...

Several regions in the country will experience rain showers and thunderstorms following Tropical Depression Samuel's entry into the Philippine Area of ...

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Marilyn Monroe's Golden Globe sells for record $250,000 ...

Marilyn Monroe's Golden Globe Award sold for a record-breaking $250,000 at Julien's Auctions in Beverly Hills, California, auction officials said late Saturday.

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Singer-dancer Gab Valenciano took to social media to reveal the identity of his non-celebrity girlfriend.

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