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  • China protests Taiwan leader’s US transit


    BEIJING, China - China on Thursday protested Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen's stopover in the United States after a visit to three Pacific nations, calling on Washington to block her transit. Following a trip to Palau, Nauru and the Marshall Islands, Tsai is scheduled to transit through Hawaii on March 27. Taiwan is typically low-key in announcing its leader's specific itineraries, fearing China will use its power to disrupt her visits. "Any attempt to create... 'one China, one Taiwan' will be opposed by all Chinese people," Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Geng Shuang said at a regular press briefing. "China has alread...Keep on reading: China protests Taiwan leader’s US transit

  • J Balvin, Ariana Grande, Childish Gambino to headline Lollapalooza festival


    CHICAGO, USA – Colombian reggaeton superstar J Balvin will headline this year's edition of Lollapalooza, organizers of the festival announced Wednesday, March 20, a landmark moment for Latin music in the US mainstream. Balvin will play alongside the other 7 headliners including Ariana Grande and ...

  • New Army recruit gets second highest medal in combat


    MANILA, Philippines --- An entry-level soldier who battled an ISIS-linked group alongside troops during the Marawi siege in 2017 is one of three recipients of the second highest military medal for combat. Private Jerry Wassig will be awarded with the Distinguished Conduct Star by President Rodrigo Duterte on the anniversary celebration of the Philippine Army on Thursday. The soldier, who was nine months in service at that time, served as the tail scout of the 1st Platoon of the 11th Scout Ranger Company during an encounter with Maute group fighters in Marawi in September 2017. "Imbued with profound sense of responsibility and dedication to duty, Pri...Keep on reading: New Army recruit gets second highest medal in combat

  • Osaka silent over ex-coach lawsuit as Miami Open begins


    MIAMI, USA – World No. 1 Naomi Osaka refused to become embroiled in a dispute with one of her former coaches who is suing her for 20% of her career earnings. Christophe Jean, who helped the Japanese two-time Grand Slam champion when she was a junior, wants at least $2 million ...

  • Senate bet says Misuari threat to wage war a ‘political strategy’


    MANILA, Philippines --- Moro National Liberation Front chair Nur Misuari's alleged threat to wage war if federalism is rejected may be a "political strategy" to express support to President Rodrigo Duterte, opposition senatorial bet Samira Gutoc argued Thursday. "Sabi niya (Misuari), sige ito ang gusto ko, federalism (Misuari said this is what I want: federalism)," Duterte said during PDP-Laban's campaign rally in Marikina City on Wednesday. Misuari and Duterte met in Malacaang on Tuesday. "Sabi ni Misuari kagabi (Misuari said last night), if you do not give it to me, I will go to war," the President added. READ: Misuari to declare war if gov't fails to push federalism -- Dut...Keep on reading: Senate bet says Misuari threat to wage war a ‘political strategy’

  • Court of Appeals upholds decision clearing Junjun Binay of administrative charges


    MANILA, Philippines – The Court of Appeals (CA) has upheld its decision  clearing former Makati City mayor Jejomar Erwin “Junjun” Binay Jr of administrative charges stemming from an alleged overpriced Makati parking building. The CA’s former 10th Division maintained its ruling that Binay was ...

  • Pagcor backs crackdown on money laundering


    The Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corp. (Pagcor) on Thursday affirmed its support to the government’s crackdown on illegal gambling and gaming-related money laundering activities in the country. PAGCOR president Alfredo…READ The post Pagcor backs crackdown on money laundering appeared first on The Manila Times Online.

  • Vivo V15 series with 32MP front camera launched: specs, price


    MANILA, Philippines – Vivo launched its V15 phones, the V15 and the V15Pro in the Philippines on Thursday, March 21. Their most striking feature? A pop-up front camera they call the “Elevating Front Camera” boasting a 32MP resolution. Several others have 25MP and 24MP selfie cameras. The ...

  • New Zealand bans assault weapons less than a week after massacre


    CHRISTCHURCH, New Zealand: New Zealand is banning the sale of assault rifles and semi-automatic weapons with immediate effect, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said Thursday, rapidly making good on a pledge…READ The post New Zealand bans assault weapons less than a week after massacre appeared first on The Manila Times Online.

  • Julia Barretto, Gerald Anderson team up for Black Sheep film 'Between Maybes'


    MANILA, Philippines – Julia Barretto and Gerald Anderson are teaming up for the first time in Between Maybes, a movie under Black Sheep Productions directed by Jason Paul Laxamana. Black Sheep, which is under ABS-CBN Films, shared behind-the-scenes shots of the movie on their social media pages Tuesday, March 19. ...

  • Pyongyang sanctions workarounds failing to soften impact


    SEOUL: North Korea’s illicit and highly sophisticated efforts to circumvent UN sanctions may have sought to cushion their impact, but they offer no long-term solution to the fallout of tightened…READ The post Pyongyang sanctions workarounds failing to soften impact appeared first on The Manila Times Online.

  • ‘Bird Box’ is getting a sequel – well, the book is


    MANILA, Philippines – Thought that was the last you’d see of Malorie, Girl, and Boy? Think again. After the success of Netflix’s Bird Box last December 2018 and the many unanswered questions that followed, Josh Malerman, the author of Bird Box, the novel which the film ...

  • Australian PM welcomes ‘moderation’ from Turkey’s Erdogan


    SYDNEY:Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison on Thursday welcomed some “moderation” in President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s comments in the wake of the Christchurch massacre. Trying to take the sting out of…READ The post Australian PM welcomes ‘moderation’ from Turkey’s Erdogan appeared first on The Manila Times Online.

  • Beachfront vendors and picnickers top violators fined in Boracay


    AKLAN, Philippines – Over 400 people have been fined for violating local ordinances in Boracay since authorities launched a project to enforce discipline in the world-famous island in February. As of March 15, local authorities have recorded 468 violations and collected P573,000 in fines in Boracay following the ...

  • Congress leaders to meet anew in a bid to end budget impasse


    CONGRESS leaders agreed on Thursday to meet anew to break the impasse on the passage of the 2019 budget.  This developed after the controversial budget measure that the Senate leadership…READ The post Congress leaders to meet anew in a bid to end budget impasse appeared first on The Manila Times Online.

  • Sexton powers Cavs over Giannis-less Bucks


    LOS ANGELES, USA – Collin Sexton and the Cleveland Cavaliers took full advantage of Giannis Antetokounmpo's injury absence to score a 107-102 upset of the NBA Eastern Conference leaders Milwaukee Bucks on Wednesday, March 20 (Thursday, March 21, Manila time). Cavs point guard Sexton led the scoring with 25 points while ...

  • Acadsoc launches language education box in PWU


    PHILIPPINE Women’s University (PWU) students now have an alternative way of studying foreign languages with the use of a state-of-the-art language education box provided by the rising juggernaut of Chinese…READ The post Acadsoc launches language education box in PWU appeared first on The Manila Times Online.

  • Medtech board exam topnotcher a ‘happy-go-lucky’ online gamer


    CAGAYAN, Philippines (UPDATED) – Whoever said one has to drop time-consuming hobbies – such as online games – to top a government licensure exam, John Steward Buenavista Alberto didn't get to talk to him.  Alberto, 21, who has been playing online and mobile games since first year high school, topped the  March 2019 Medical Technologist Board Examination  with ...

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SPORTS NEWS

ISU launch probe after Korean skater injured by America ...

SAITAMA, Japan - Figure skating's ruling body is set to investigate claims America's Mariah Bell deliberately injured South Korean rival Lim Eun-soo during a wa ...

Ichiro Suzuki gets the start in what could be his last ...

TOKYO --- Ichiro Suzuki is in the starting lineup for the Mariners against the Oakland Athletics in what might be his last game in the majors. Seattle manager S ...

TECHNOLOGY

BUSINESS

European shares shaken by Brexit jitters after gains in ...

BANGKOK - Shares were mixed in Europe on Thursday after a day of gains in Asia spurred by the Federal Reserve's promise not to raise interest rates during this ...

HEALTH AND FITNESS

ENTERTAINMENT

LOOK: Sarah Lahbati, Richard Gutierrez mark son Kai’s ...

Sarah Lahbati and Richard Gutierrez marked the first birthday of their second son Kai today, March 21. "It seems like just yesterday, you were in my tummy," Lah ...

Sarah gushes over FAMAS nomination: 'Napakalaking karan ...

Sarah Geronimo’s acting in the Filipino adaptation of the Korean film “Miss Granny” did not go unnoticed.

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