Islamist group threatens to behead women journalists not wearing veil on public TV

first_img June 3, 2021 Find out more RSF_en RSF asks ICC prosecutor to say whether Israeli airstrikes on media in Gaza constitute war crimes News News News PalestineMiddle East – North Africa to go further Reporters Without Borders wrote today to Palestinian Prime Minister Ismael Haniyeh asking him to identify and arrest the members of an armed Islamist group that threatened to kill women journalists and other female employees of the state-owned Palestinian Broadcasting Corporation who refuse to wear strict Islamic dress.“Everything must be done to guarantee the safety of these professional women,” the press freedom organisation said. “We take these threats all the more seriously as this radical group has claimed responsibility for many bombings in the Gaza Strip in recent months.”PBC staff received an email message on 1 June from the group called the Swords of Truth in which it condemned a “loss of morality” in the public broadcaster and criticised its women journalists for appearing on camera without the veil, wearing makeup and in western dress. “We will cut throats and veins if necessary to protect the nation’s morals and ethics,” the message said.Of recent appearance in the Gaza Strip, the Swords of Truth has claimed responsibility for blowing up at least 30 Internet cafés since the end of last year. The group accuses them of providing young Palestinians with access to pornographic content. The bombings were preceding by warnings sent by email or fax.Some of PBC’s women journalists did not go to work after the receiving the threatening message and gathered outside the presidential palace in Gaza City on 3 June to demand protection from the authorities. A larger demonstration, with about 60 participants, was organised yesterday by the Palestinian journalists’ union. Parliamentary speaker Ahmad Bahar attended, in a show of condemnation for the threats. Receive email alerts PalestineMiddle East – North Africa center_img June 5, 2007 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Islamist group threatens to behead women journalists not wearing veil on public TV WhatsApp blocks accounts of at least seven Gaza Strip journalists Organisation Follow the news on Palestine Israel now holding 13 Palestinian journalists May 28, 2021 Find out more News Help by sharing this information May 16, 2021 Find out morelast_img read more

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Honest staff, sure! But, honest systems?

first_img 22SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Joe Winn What do you get when you mix auto loan programs with a desire to help others? Well, approaches that make a difference, of course. So what do you get when … Web: credituniongeek.com Details Are you honest? At home? At work? In your credit union’s programs?Ah, got you on the last one. How can CU programs be honest? If you deliver what you advertise, isn’t that honest enough?Obviously, your products and services should be truthful, but having policies and systems “act” honest is more difficult a concept.Imagine this not-so-made-up scenario. You have internet service that has been canceled, so, the final bill is inbound shortly. Upon receipt, you find it is quite incorrect in its amount, so a call is in order to the customer care number. After too many menus, recordings, and hold times (those are different topics altogether), a representative comes on the line to assist you with your problem. The call goes great! The representative notices the error, punches in some keys, explains how it is resolved, and that you should be seeing results shortly. They even put a notation in your account so if you have to call again, someone else will see!Honest. Clean. They made a mistake, unfortunately (which should never have happened), but they acted to resolve it without problem.Fast-forward a month. In the mail, you receive an envelope from the internet service provider. Thinking it is the revised final bill, you open it, only to find it is actually a past-due notice with the unadjusted amount! Another call, and the number you are told to call only works for accounts in another state. Ok, you’re transferred, more menus, more recordings, and finally…another representative! They then explain that all is well, the account is notated properly (thanks previous representative!), but the system automatically sends out the notices no matter what.Let me repeat that: The system sends out the notices…No. Matter. What.You can have the greatest employees, most awesome products, and unparalleled reliability. But the moment something goes wrong (it eventually will), your carefully-automated process exasperates the issue.So the message? Make your systems as honest as your team. Take the time to ensure nothing is automatically sent to members that may contradict what they have been promised. Maintain a degree of control so you can intervene if necessary.Automation is incredible. Just keep it all in line with your institution’s  values and goals.last_img read more

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Iowa legislative session remains suspended due to pandemic

first_imgDES MOINES — The 2020 Iowa legislative session will remain on hiatus due to COVID-19 until at least April 30.Twenty-three members of the Legislative Council met by phone Thursday afternoon and made that decision unanimously. When lawmakers do reconvene in the state capitol, they’ll have to pass a plan for next year’s state budget. Senate Republican Leader Jack Whitver of Ankeny said it’s too early to estimate the full impact the pandemic might have on state tax collections.“As of right now, that is an impossible question to answer based on the fact a large part of our economy is shut down right now,” Whitver said, “and so we’re going to need a lot more information about what’s happening in our economy before we’re ready to put that budget together.”Lawmakers aren’t yet certain of exactly how much federal aid may be coming the state’s way either.“People are still trying to sort through that to see what resources are available and how those can be used,” Whitver said during a conference call.House Democratic Leader Todd Prichard of Charles City suggested lawmakers will face tough decisions when they eventually reconvene.“There really is a lot to be determined,” Prichard said.For example, Prichard said it may be necessary for lawmakers to help parts of Iowa’s health care system that have taken an economic hit.Lawmakers left the capitol on March 17th, planning to restart the 2020 legislative session on Monday, the 13th of April. Key lawmakers made clear their May 1st target date for a restart could be pushed back and some policy priorities may have to wait until 2021.Thursday’s  conference call was an unprecedented move for lawmakers and the public was allowed to dial in to listen. One unidentified participant could be heard having a separate conversation on what appeared to be his other phone line.last_img read more

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Man Utd must be ready for return to ‘normality’, says Solskjaer

first_imgLondon, United Kingdom | AFP | Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is looking at transfer targets during the lockdown and believes Manchester United are well-placed to exploit any knock-on effects of the coronavirus suspension.With training and matches halted in a bid to curb the spread of COVID-19, the Norwegian has used some of this unexpected free time to pinpoint how best to improve the squad.Jadon Sancho, Jude Bellingham and Jack Grealish are among the names liked with the club, with Solskjaer working with United’s staff to fine-tune targets.“Football is going to get back to normality at one point, and it’s very important we’re ready when that happens,” the United manager told Sky Sports.“We want to be the best at everything, and of course now is a chance to spend more time, you discuss players, discuss plans.”Asked whether United can exploit the transfer market when football returns, Solskjaer said: “Who knows how the market is going to react to this? Who knows which clubs need to sell players?“There might be just a situation there where you can exploit, and I know that we at Man United, we are one of the biggest, and the biggest, financially well-off.“I’m sure we are capable, when we get back to normality, that we can do the business that we want to.” Share on: WhatsApp FILE PHOTO: Ole Gunnar Solskjaercenter_img Solskjaer’s team last played on March 12 against Austrian side LASK in a Europa League last-16 first-leg game played behind closed doors, which they won 5-0.Marcus Rashford and Paul Pogba are likely to have recovered from their injury lay-offs by the time football resumes.“In a way, they have got an opportunity here to play a bigger part in this season than they had hoped,” said Solskjaer.“And they are big players for us, some of the most important players.”United are currently fifth in the Premier League table, chasing a top-four berth that would guarantee entry into next season’s Champions League.“We can kick on, I’m sure we can get a good start and climb up that table if we keep doing the right thing,” said Solskjaer.“Even with the FA Cup and Europa League, if that does go ahead, we’ve got good chances there.”last_img read more

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Bye Bye Butterflies: How to Bring Monarch Butterflies Back

first_imgBy Gretchen C. Van Benthuysen |How many monarch butterflies did you see along the East Coast during this year’s annual migration from New England to breeding grounds in Mexico?The orange-colored insects, weighing less than a postage stamp, usually pass through coastal New Jersey mid-to-late September on their approximately 2,500 mile trek.Some years are better than others, but according to the National Wildlife Federation, the monarch butterfly population has declined by 90 percent in the last 20 years. Their numbers went from an estimate of a peak of a billion in 1996-’97 to a low of 50 million 2012-’13.And we have only ourselves to blame. (Monarchs east of the Rocky Mountains follow several flyways that merge into one in central Texas. West of the Rockies, they fly south to California along the Pacific coast and overwinter near Santa Cruz and San Diego.)But we humans also can make a difference and help them get back on their feet, so to speak, by creating Monarch Waystations in our yards, communities, schools, and along highways and byways, by planting milkweed and nectar plants.The monarch butterfly population has declined by 90 percent in the last two decades. Photo by Gretchen van BenthuysenThe waystation project was created by MonarchWatch.org, a nonprofit education, conservation, and research program based at the University of Kansas. Its website lists thousands of stations across the U.S., including some in Little Silver, Atlantic Highlands, Rumson, Middletown and one at the Monmouth Museum on the Brookdale Community College campus.All monarchs — including those in the Caribbean, Central and South America, Australia and New Zealand — need milkweed to survive. It’s the only plant adult butterflies lay their eggs on because it’s the only thing baby caterpillars eat when they hatch.Pat Mahon, Shrewsbury, and Penny Raffetto, Neptune, both Rutgers Master Gardeners of Monmouth County since 2012, are part of the team that developed and maintains a certified waystation behind the Monmouth County Agricultural building, 4000 Kozloski Road, Freehold.In 2013 they created a nearby rain garden. A year later, Pat Eisemann, Manalapan, also a Master Gardener who grew up on an 80-acre farm in Freehold Township, suggested they add native milkweeds (New Jersey has three) and nectar plants to qualify as a waystation.“We did, and often saw lots of butterflies flying across the parking,” Mahon said.In 2015, Eisemann asked them to establish a dedicated Waystation.They began with plugs of common milkweed (Asclepias syriaca), that fall, Mahon explained.“In the spring of 2016 we added swamp milkweed (Asclepias incarnata) and seeded the garden to provide nectar sources,” she said.During a recent garden visit, all four life stages of a monarch butterfly were observed: eggs on a leaf, a caterpillar munching milkweed, emerald green chrysalises (pupas) attached to the agricultural building’s brick walls and beneath a picnic table, and a new adult drying its wings.The gardeners plan to add perennials and host plants to attract the Black Swallowtail, the New Jersey State Butterfly, and the Painted Lady to the garden.“People plant a butterfly bush to attract them, but that’s like giving them cotton candy and they can’t do anything with that,” Raffetto said. “If they’re in your garden, why aren’t you doing something for their whole cycle?“If you plant a garden that’s balanced with the things they need they will come,” she said. “It only took two years to really get ours going and this year has been the most active with lots of butterflies and caterpillars.”All three gardeners warn that helping monarchs thrive is addicting.“I told my husband that less than 1 percent of all the eggs the butterfly lays makes it through the whole cycle,” Mahon said. “Now he studies the garden and brings in the baby caterpillars to an enclosure we built on the screened-in porch and feeds them milkweed leaves to survive.”They released 16 butterflies last month.Eisemann calls the late summer monarchs the “super generation.” They fly, only by day, to winter over in Mexico. The females return to the southern United States in the spring, mate, deposit their eggs, and die. They are followed by two or three short-lived – two to five weeks – generations that head north and repopulate. Then the cycle begins again.“Many people are helping, but don’t bother to register their garden,” Eisemann said. “Lots of teachers are adding it to their curriculum.”The Rutgers Master Gardeners and the Monarch Teacher Network co-sponsor an annual two-day seminar “Teaching and Learning With Monarch Butterflies” at the agricultural building open to all. The next one is scheduled for Aug. 19-20 at the Agricultural Building.Also, the annual Master Gardeners’ Spring Garden Days sale scheduled for May 10-11 sells milkweed and pollinator plants.Meanwhile, the Rutgers Master Gardeners’ office is staffed weekdays. Call 732-303-7617 for advice on waystations and other gardening issues or visit for free handouts that include lists of butterfly host and nectar plants, local milkweeds, native plants, and the Monarch Waystation how-to brochure.This article was first published in the Oct. 4-10, 2018 print edition of The Two River Times. Various organizations that monitor monarchs point to the following for the decline:Herbicide-based agriculture destroying milkweed and nectar plantsFragmentation and loss of habitat due to real estate and agricultural developmentIllegal logging of oyamel fir trees in Mexico where the monarchs overwinterClimate change causing severe weather harmful to the insects and their habitatlast_img read more

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Hawks dump Leafs 5-2 to pull closer to lead in Murdoch race

first_imgEdwards got the ball rolling for the Hawks with a shorthanded tally 12 minutes into the game.Michael Bell scored three minutes later to give the hometown Hawks the cushion they would never give up.Calvin,Keanan Patershuk and Danny Vlanich, into an empty net, completed the scoring for Beaver Valley.Leaf captain Colton Schell and Dustin Reimer replied for the Leafs.Beaver Valley outshot the Leafs 29-25 making a winner out of netminder Zach Perehudoff.Marcus Beesley took the loss in goal for Nelson.The teams meet again Saturday in Nelson at 7:30 p.m. in the NDCC Arena. The Murdoch Division got a whole lot tighter after Friday’s action.Ryan Edwards and Dallas Calvin each had two points to lead the Beaver Valley Nitehawks to a 5-2 Kootenay International Junior Hockey League victory Friday night in Fruitvale.The win, coupled with a 3-2 Columbia Valley overtime victory over the Castlegar Rebels, moves the Hawks to within three points of division leading Nelson and two behind second-place Rebels.last_img read more

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GORMLEY, MASTERY & ILIAD ALL PROMINENT IN SATURDAY’S GRADE II, $400,000 SAN FELIPE STAKES AT 1 1/16 MILES

first_imgPIVOTAL RACE SERVES AS KEY STEPPINGSTONE TO $1 MILLION SANTA ANITA DERBY APRIL 8;85 KENTUCKY DERBY QUALIFYING POINTS AT STAKE ON A 50-20-10-5 SCALE Term of Art–Tyler Baze–122Vending Machine–Norberto Arroyo, Jr.–120Ann Arbor Eddie–Mario Gutierrez–120Mastery–Mike Smith–124Gormley–Victor Espinoza–122Iliad–Flavien Prat–120Bluegrass Envy–Jacob Radosevich–120 THE GRADE II SAN FELIPE STAKES WITH JOCKEYS & WEIGHTS IN POST POSITION ORDERRace 5 of 11Approximate post time 2:30 p.m. PT ARCADIA, Calif. (March 8, 2017)–A trio of recent graded stakes winners, Gormley, Mastery and Iliad all figure prominently among a field of seven sophomores in Saturday’s Grade II, $400,000 San Felipe Stakes at a mile and a sixteenth.  A key steppingstone to the Grade I, $1 million Santa Anita Derby on April 8, the San Felipe, which will be contested for the 80th time, has produced five winners that have gone on to victory in the Kentucky Derby:  California Chrome in 2014, Fusaichi Pegasus in 2000, Sunday Silence in 1989, Affirmed in 1978 and Determine in 1954.Long regarded as one of America’s most important Derby preps, the San Felipe holds a total of 85 Kentucky Derby qualifying points, to be distributed on a 50-20-10-5 basis to the first, second, third and fourth place finishers. ILIAD:  A bay ridgling by Ghostzapper, he comes off a 3 ½ length win going seven furlongs in the Grade II San Vicente Stakes on Feb. 12, which was his first start for trainer Doug O’Neill.  Owned by Kaleem Shah, he made his first two starts with Bob Baffert, breaking his maiden going six furlongs on Dec. 18 at Los Alamitos.  Although both Gormley and Mastery have an abundance of early lick, Iliad could be on the early San Felipe lead, as he’s trying two turns for the first time in what will be his fourth career start.  He be ridden by Flavien Prat, who was aboard for the San Vicente win.center_img MASTERY:  Unbeaten in three starts for Bob Baffert, this Kentucky-bred colt by Candy Ride has been idle since taking the Grade I, 1 1/16 miles Los Alamitos Futurity on Dec. 10. Like Gormley, Mastery, who tried two turns for the first time on Dec. 10, likes to run on the lead.  Odds-on in all three starts, Mastery, who is owned by Cheyenne Stables, LLC, will be ridden for the third time in a row by Mike Smith, who took last year’s San Felipe with Danzing Candy. GORMLEY:  A three length winner of the Grade I, 1 1/16 miles Frontrunner Stakes in only his second start here on Oct. 1, he was subsequently well beaten in the Grade I Breeders’ Cup Juvenile on Nov. 5, but bounced back with a gutty head victory in the Grade III, one mile Sham Stakes over a sloppy track on Jan. 7.  A Kentucky-bred colt by Malibu Moon, Gormley has won three out of his four starts and has been on or just off the lead in all three wins, including a first-out maiden score at 6 ½ furlongs on Sept. 4.  Owned by Jerry and Ann Moss, trained by John Shirreffs and ridden by Victor Espinoza, Gormley will vie for top billing in the tote with Mastery. Be sure to tune into XBTV on Saturday at www.xbtv.com/watch-live/ from any mobil device or computer.  The XBTV team will feature live, on-site coverage all day long on Santa Anita Handicap Day, and Gulfstream Park bonus coverage will be provided as well.                Fans can watch videos of San Felipe workers at www.xbtv.com/video-on-demand/workouts/ .First post time on Saturday will be early, at 12 noon.  Admission gates open at 10 a.m.  For scratches, changes and complete morning line information, please visit: www.santaanita.com/horse-racing/live-racing/.last_img read more

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Australians ready to pitch at Tent City

first_img30 April 2010 In 2006, Australian soccer fan Steven Barnes camped in Munich for the Fifa World Cup, and in 2010 he will be one of over a thousand Australian soccer lovers who will call Durban’s Sahara Stadium home. Barnes, together with two friends, who will be staying in Durban for Africa’s first ever World Cup, said he was looking forward to the soccer frenzy that will grip South Africa in June. Australia will take on Germany at the Moses Mabhida stadium on 13 June, a clash that Barnes says he is looking forward to. And their fans have already marked their territory in Durban, famous for its warm weather throughout the year. Australian tour group Fanatics, responsible for the organisation of the tour, will be based at the Sahara Stadium, Kingsmead, where a camping village will be set up. The camp will open on 8 June and close on 30 June, and is close enough for a leisurely stroll to the new soccer venue. Transport options have also been included in the travel package, which includes match tickets. Getting to know the country Barnes said he chose the camping experience due to his phenomenal experience in Germany. “Munich was just brilliant. It was such a great atmosphere. There were just so many people around and it was fun,” he said. The Australian, who now lives in London, said he has only been to South Africa on a very short visit, but enjoyed it and is looking forward to coming back in June. Barnes has several friends in the country and, although he is keen to see them, he is equally enthusiastic about what Durban and the rest of South Africa has to offer. “I will be there for the football. But I am also looking forward to the game parks, Zulu battlefield tours and getting to know the country’s history and culture,” Barnes said. ‘Every eventuality catered for’ Thousands of Australian supporters will camp in tents, equipped with beds and eco-friendly lamps, and will use the stadium’s existing toilet facilities. Mobile units will be installed in the stadium for showering. Travel company Edusport will set up the infrastructure and manage the operations at the stadium, using expert companies to set up the camp sites and tents. Fanatics said all tents with their contents will be donated to local businesses after the tournament, which will aid the development of local tourism in KwaZulu-Natal. “Sahara Stadium Kingsmead is excited to be associated with this venture,” said stadium manager Brett Proctor. “The Fifa World cup in our country has provided diverse opportunity for many South Africans, and we at KwaZulu-Natal cricket are delighted to be hosting nearly 1 000 Australian soccer fans in this novel facility. “Logistically, every eventuality has been catered for, from ablutions, catering, entertainment, transport, security and garnering the necessary support from local authorities to give the stadium a clean bill when it comes to safety factors,” Proctor said. “Also, the support and approval from the Australian high commission has been appreciated.” Warren Livingstone, Fanatics tour organiser, confirmed that 1 200 Australians have already booked and “all the logistics have indeed been sorted out.” ‘Looking forward to the parties’ “With just under 56 days to go, the anticipation at the moment is massive. We are looking forward to the parties and mixing with the Durbanites,” Livingstone said from Australia. Livingstone added that the detailed planning was made easier by the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Local Government. “The support we received was great. Working with the KwaZulu-Natal government and the council was just great. We are very happy with everything”. Only those registered with Fanatics will be allowed onto the stadium. Other security features include patrolled perimeters on a 24-hour basis and security sweeps with sniffer dogs daily. There will be controlled access for cleaning and catering staff, and a safe deposit area for passports, laptops and other valuables will be provided. Subtle security in unmarked vehicles and plain clothes will be on guard, and the premises will be fenced off. “There is much available to these fans by way of food courts, concerts and big screen marquees, so that a party atmosphere will prevail for the duration of their visit. Probably many sleepless nights await us, but it should be a hugely gratifying three weeks,” Proctor said. According to Fanatics, Australians fans will be entertained by international music acts such as Powderfinger, Fatboy Slim and Electric Mary on the non-match days. Barnes, impressed with the Moses Mabhida Stadium, will be there to watch Australia lock horns with Germany. And, although having been in the United Kingdom for nine years, he joked that he would support any team against England. “I read a feature article about the Moses Mabhida Stadium while on a flight to Australia, and it looks amazing. The cable car and bungee jumping makes it all very exciting. I will be here cheering on my team and any team that plays against England,” Barnes said. Source: BuaNewslast_img read more

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Celtics’ Thomas says hip surgery not top option

first_imgLacson: SEA Games fund put in foundation like ‘Napoles case’ BREAKING: Cop killed, 11 hurt in Misamis Oriental grenade blast BREAKING: Cop killed, 11 hurt in Misamis Oriental grenade blast Miyazato retiring from LPGA Tour after 2017 season The injury means the ball joint in the hip socket is not moving freely.Thomas, who averaged 28.9 points per game during the regular season and 23.3 during the postseason, scored 19 total points in the first two games against Cleveland. He played just 18 minutes in game two while playing through the lingering pain.Tough and determinedLeBron James, who scored 35 points on Thursday night in Game 5 as the Cavaliers finished off the Celtics, expressed his admiration for Thomas after the two stars embraced on the court.“Throughout the series, I didn’t get the opportunity to have that moment (with Thomas),” James said Thursday night.James was impressed with Thomas’s performance in the playoffs, which began a day after his 22-year-old sister Chyna was killed in a car crash.“I know I said a few things in the media about the situation he was going through, but I was happy to see him, give him a big hug from myself and my family.“Just how tough and determined the guy is, to be able to go through the situation he was going through on a day-to-day basis, still being focused and maintaining his focus for the team, you know, family is everything. Basketball comes second after family. To see him perform the way he was performing in the playoffs under the circumstances, it was a treat to watch.”Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next The Cavs beat the Celtics 135-102 in game five on Thursday to book a third straight NBA Finals clash with the Golden State Warriors.Thomas told reporters Friday that he won’t be able to determine a rehabilitation plan until the swelling subsides in his hip.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSSEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completionSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hosting“(Surgery is) not the number one option right now, but it could be once the swelling goes down,” Thomas said.“They want to let (the swelling) die down a little bit then take another MRI once everything is down and it’s back to normal. We’ll go from there. Hopefully I don’t have to have surgery, but I know that is an option.” LATEST STORIES Thomas said there is not a timetable until more tests can be run, but he has full confidence knowing Celtics coach Brad Stevens and president of basketball operations Danny Ainge will keep in mind the best path to his long-term health.“I’ve got to do what’s best for me in the long run, what’s best for my body,” Thomas said.“As Brad continues to say each and every day, it’s how you’re healthiest for the long run. Even Danny and those guys say that, so that says a lot about who they are as people.”Thomas initially injured his hip in the third quarter of a game against the Minnesota Timberwolves on March 15.The 28-year-old Thomas aggravated the injury in game six of the Celtics’ second-round series against the Washington Wizards.ADVERTISEMENT Boston Celtics’ Isaiah Thomas APBoston Celtics All-Star point guard Isaiah Thomas said surgery is not currently the best option for his injured right hip although it could eventually prove necessary.Thomas aggravated a right hip injury in the second game of the Eastern Conference finals against the Cleveland Cavaliers and missed the rest of the series.ADVERTISEMENT Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. center_img Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students PLAY LIST 01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes Every 18 seconds someone is diagnosed with HIV Palace: Duterte to hear out security execs on alleged China control of NGCP Pagasa: Storm intensifies as it nears PAR Cayetano dares Lacson, Drilon to take lie-detector test: Wala akong kinita sa SEA Games MOST READ BSP survey: PH banks see bright horizon amid dark global recession clouds View commentslast_img read more

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