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Most powerful passports: Philippines in weaker half

MANILA, Philippines — Despite improving its position, the Philippine passport remained in the lower half of the latest annual rankings for world’s most power.....»»

Category: newsSource: philstar philstarJan 11th, 2018

UAAP: From the bench, Prince Orizu proves to be FEU s game-changer

Far Eastern University ended the first round of eliminations in the UAAP 81 Men’s Basketball Tournament in first place. Since then, however, they have dropped four games in a row and have dropped to the bottom half of the standings. The common theme in those losses? Prince Orizu has been injured in the last three games. “Of course, it’s frustrating. Actually, I was shedding (tears) a little bit earlier because I know if I’m out there, those guys can’t those easy buckets,” he said after the Tamaraws fell to De La Salle University last Sunday. “Those easy buckets, they’re gonna bleed for it.” Orizu got injured against Ateneo de Manila University and witnessed Angelo Kouame rampage to a 33-point, 27-rebound career game. He sat out against the University of the Philippines and then saw Bright Akhuetie go on a 20-point, 11-rebound, seven-assist tear. Against the Green Archers, he was suited up, but was not put in. As such, he had front row seats to watching Justine Baltazar get 15 points and six rebounds, Santi Santillan get 12 boards and 14 markers, and Brandon Bates get seven points and 10 rebounds. Without a doubt, the Nigerian powerhouse left a big, big void FEU has not been able to fill. Even more frustrating for him is the fact that this is the first time in quite a while that he was forced to sit out. As he put it, “Nobody was expecting I’m gonna get injured. I’ve not been injured for over four years. It’s really frustrating and I just have to get back and do better when I get back.” In that light, Orizu gladly reported that he has been recovering well from the high sprain on his left ankle. As he put it, “I’m recovering well and I could jog now, but I can’t really run fast because there’s still pain in the ankle. I’m just hoping I get okay before next game.” He then continued, “I’m doing everything I can to come back because I don’t like seeing my team like that. If I was there, it’s gonna be a lot different than what is going on in the team.” FEU’s sidelined center will be a game time decision when they take on University of the East on Sunday at the Ynares Center in Antipolo. --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsNov 2nd, 2018

UAAP: UST downs UE behind Lee s threes, Cansino s triple-double

With Renzo Subido out with an injury, Marvin Lee caught fire and CJ Cansino caught the triple-double bug on Sunday at the Filoil Flying V Centre. Red-hot Lee scorched the nets with a career-high 27 points, Cansino stuffed the stat sheet, and University of Sto. Tomas stomped down on also-ran University of the East, 79-68, for a place inside the playoff picture in the UAAP 81 Men’s Basketball Tournament. The fourth-year guard went berserk right out of the gates, scoring 22 points all while peppering in seven triples in just 17 minutes in the first half. It was also him and Cansino who got together in the massive 16-4 surge that erased a six-point deficit in the middle of the second and erected a 39-31 advantage late in the quarter. The Red Warriors could only come as close as nine the rest of the way. Lee wound up with 30 points to go along with two assists and two rebounds while his super rookie teammate made his presence felt all over with 20 points, 13 boards, and 10 assists as well as two steals. Since 2003, Cansino is the first rookie to record a triple-double. Thanks to those two, the Growling Tigers overcame the absence of Subido who suffered a stress fracture on his left leg during practice. And thanks to those two, coach Aldin’s wards find themselves in joint fourth with the also 5-5 University of the Philippines. And if the Fighting Maroons lose in their game later, they will stand at solo fourth now in the stretch run of the tournament. As always, Alvin Pasaol left it all on the floor with 26 points, seven rebounds, three blocks, and two steals. All of it still wasn’t enough as their standing dropped to 1-10. BOX SCORES UST 79 – Lee 30, Cansino 20, Huang 14, Bataller 4, Bonleon 4, Caunan 2, Agustin 2, Mahinay 2, Zamora 1, Marcos 0. UE 68 – Pasaol 26, Manalang 15, Conner 12, Bartolome 6, Varilla 4, Strait 3, Lacap 2, Guion 0, Beltran 0, Cullar 0, Gallardo 0. QUARTER SCORES: 17-19, 39-33, 59-49, 79-68. --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsOct 28th, 2018

Wang Yi: China s foreign minister who once snubbed PH trips

MANILA, Philippines – Next to the head of state or government, the foreign minister is the most powerful person representing his or her country in other parts of the world.  The foreign minister, also called the foreign secretary (or in the US, the Secretary of State), ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsOct 27th, 2018

US Pacific islands face long recovery from effects of Typhoon Yutu | News

Authorities in the Northern Mariana Islands called for urgent supplies and equipment on Friday and were preparing for weeks without power after being hit by their most powerful typhoon in half a centu.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilanewsRelated NewsOct 27th, 2018

Lyceum overwhelms Letran, coasts to 2nd straight NCAA Finals

    MANILA, Philippines – The Lyceum Pirates weathered a second-half storm by the feisty Letran Knights and cruised to their second straight finals, 109-85, in the NCAA Season 94 men’s basketball tournament at the FilOil Flying V Centre on Friday, October 26. Mike Nzeusseu led the Pirates' charge with 23 points and ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsOct 26th, 2018

UAAP: UP barges into top 4 after stunning FEU

University of the Philippines rallied its way to a share of the no. 4 spot after tripping Far Eastern University, 95-82, in the UAAP Season 81 men's basketball tournament Wednesday at Smart Araneta Coliseum. The Fighting Maroons now share the fourth seed with the Tamaraws with both teams getting a 5-5 record. UP raced to a 15-2 run in the second quarter and built a 54-39 lead with 1:34 left in the half. That 15-point lead was enough foundation for the Maroons as they notched their second straight win. Paul Desiderio lit up for 31 points with four assists and two steals to lead UP while Bright Akhuetie had 20 points, 11 rebounds, seven assists, and two blocks. Juan Gome...Keep on reading: UAAP: UP barges into top 4 after stunning FEU.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsOct 24th, 2018

UAAP Women s Basketball: History makers NU Lady Bulldogs match record 73-game winning streak

National University grabbed their 73rd straight win in the UAAP and matched the league record for the longest winning streak in any sport. Inside a quiet Araneta Coliseum on Wednesday, the Lady Bulldogs dominated the Adamson University, 86-58. As early as the first quarter, the Lady Bulldogs asserted their dominance over the Lady Falcons. NU ended the half with a comfortable 16-point lead, 44-28. Behind Rhena Itesi's towering inside presence, NU pulled further away in the second half to ultimately propel NU just a game away from breaking the 73-game winning streak record set by the Adamson Softball team in 2016. The victory penned the Lady Bulldogs in the history books, but for head coach Pat Aquino, he bared that he needed to take that fact away from the girls' minds. "Actually, sabi nga namin let's forget about the streak. The 73-0, let's forget about that, it's gonna be 9-0. It's just a game that we have to play, we have to win this game," shared Aquino about his team. Itesi scored the most with 23 points, 14 rebounds, and two assists while Ria Nabalan, Jack Animam, and Jeanne Camelo all produced 12 points each. For Adamson, Jamie Alcoy and Kath Araja scattered 18 and 11 points respectively. The history-seeking ladies of NU will look for the record breaking 74th win on Saturday at the Filoil Flying V Arena against the second ranked team in the standings, University of Santo Tomas. "It's gonna be UST in the next game -- one of the toughest teams to beat this season sa UAAP Women's. So we are going to really prepare hard for the next two days, and hopefully na makuha namin yung next win," said Aquino. Adamson (5-4) will take on University of the Philippines (0-9) on Saturday. Meanwhile, Sai Larosa of the University of Santo Tomas (6-3) dealt University of the Philippines (0-9) with yet another blowout loss, 103-58. Larosa produced 35 points, 14 rebounds, and four assists for a career-high performance. --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @the9cruz.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsOct 24th, 2018

Philippines seen to grow faster in second half

Philippines seen to grow faster in second half.....»»

Category: financeSource:  thestandardRelated NewsOct 23rd, 2018

After halftime scolding, Juan Gomez de Liaño rolls to triple-double

MANILA, Philippines – Juan Gomez de Liaño thrilled the crowd with a historic triple-double  but he had a lot of reasons why he needed to bring a game-winning performance to the court especially in the second half.  The Season 80 Rookie of the Year ended the first half with a ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsOct 22nd, 2018

Balance of payments swings to $2.7B deficit in September

PHILSTAR/KRIZ JOHN ROSALES By Melissa Luz T. Lopez, Senior Reporter DOLLAR outflows ballooned in September to post its widest level in nearly five years, the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) said, on the back of foreign loan payments and at a time of a weaker peso. The Philippines’ balance of payments (BoP) position swung to… link: Balance of payments swings to $2.7B deficit in September.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilainformerRelated NewsOct 19th, 2018

Bernhardt Furniture gives away Half a million Bedroom Set

MANILA, Philippines - As Bernhardt Furniture Philippines celebrates its first anniversary this coming November 2018, a lucky winner was randomly selected via electronic raffle last October 6, 2018 for their pre-anniversary giveaway promo. The Instagram promo started last July 2018 and was participated by thousands of Filipinos giving them the chance to win the Miramont Bedroom Collection that's worth a whopping Php560,000.00. This promo was open to all Instagram users without requiring a single purchase. All they had to do was like the campaign picture, follow @BernhardtPH and tag a home maker friend. "It is our way of thanking the Filipinos for warmly welcoming Bernhardt furniture...Keep on reading: Bernhardt Furniture gives away Half a million Bedroom Set.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsOct 19th, 2018

Training camp abroad up for grabs in Collegiate Grand Slam

A one-week training camp abroad will be up for grabs for the six teams competing in the inaugural Philippine Superliga Collegiate Grand Slam slate to open shop on November 3. PSL president doctor Ian Laurel formally announced the incentive waiting for the tournament winner.          “These teams are preparing for their big tournaments so we will give incentives for their training camp, most likely it will be in Thailand for seven to ten days and this will be awarded to the winner,” said Laurel on Thursday during the combined PSL All-Filipino and Collegiate Grand Slam press conference held at Club Filipino in San Juan.  “Magandang labanan ito pagdating dito sa incentive na ‘to,” he added. Vying for the title and a chance for an all-expense paid international camp are University of the Philippines, University of the East, University of Sto. Tomas, Far Eastern University and provincial teams Colegio San Agustin-Binan and De La Salle University-Dasmrinas. The Lady Maroons, who are fresh from winning the Premier Volleyball League Season 2 Collegiate Conference that ended their 36-year title drought, are considered as one of the teams to beat.     Tots Carlos will make her return after recovering from a stress fracture on her right shin but UP will miss the services of Isa Molde, who is taking a break after playing in the UAAP beach volleyball tournament last month. “My team is composed of half very young rookies and veteran members so this tournament will help my team get exposure,” said UP coach Godfrey Okumu. “I believe that my team will learn again how to deal with their losses and wins in every game. So to me it’s a process of growth to my team, especially the young players coming in.” The tournament will be played in a single-round robin elimination round. The top two teams will faceoff in a winner-take-all match for the title while the No. 3 and No. 4 squads will dispute the bronze medal.   ---          Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsOct 18th, 2018

Every major announcement at the Huawei Mate 20 launch

MANILA, Philippines – After Samsung, Apple, and Google have unveiled their best and brightest in the year's second half, it's now Chinese giant Huawei's turn to wow us with their newest flagship: the Mate 20 series. (READ:  Here’s how Huawei's Mate 20 and Mate 20 Pro are shaping up )  Huawei, which is toe-to-toe with Apple in the number two spot in ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsOct 16th, 2018

Alab s new recruit Caelan Tiongson: I would love to be the next Rudy Hatfield

Back in February this year, the ASEAN Basketball League's Chong Son Kung Fu played an away game in Sta. Rosa, Laguna versus Alab Pilipinas. The home team won that match but head coach Jimmy Alapag still commended a player he noticed from the other side: Caelan Tiongson. Tiongson, who happens to be a Filipino-American, was described by Alapag as a player like PBA champion Rudy Hatfield. Mentioning Tiongson's eagerness and ability to battle each possession, Alapag deemed Tiongson worthy of comparison to the 2002 PBA Finals MVP, three-time PBA All-Star, and two-time PBA All Defensive team member. Fast forward eight months later to the ninth season of ABL, the man Alapag considers as the second coming of Hatfield will now be donning a San Miguel Alab Pilipinas jersey. "Obviously, I had a good relationship with [Chong Son] Kung Fu, and I think we were all intending to go back. But my general manager wanted to hold off because of the rule changes. When that happened I started exploring other options and an option always on my mind is the Philippines," said the 6-foot-5 forward who averaged 11.7 points, 8.2 rebounds, and 3.3 assists for the China-based squad. "Being half Filipino, it's just attractive for me to come play here in front of these fans," Tiongson said, "It will be a better move for me career wise." When asked about his reaction about the high praise he received months ago from his current coach, Tiongson admitted that he needed to run a research on who Hatfield was. "I actually wasn't aware who Rudy Hatfield was before [Coach Jimmy Alapag] made those comments. After, I looked him up and then I saw that he had a great resume. He was a legend and he played really hard and he was winning championships out here and I want to embody that, for sure," said the 26-year-old Tiongson. "I would love to be the next Rudy Hatfield. That would be cool," he said with a smile. Aside from Alapag, Tiongson proudly shared that Tim Cone, the winningest coach in the PBA, also gave him a nod. "When I came here, another coach, Coach Tim Cone, he was pretty complimentary with my game as well," Tiongson shared. Tiongson will enjoy the privilege of being mentored by some of the biggest names in the PBA as Eric Menk and Danny Seigle are part of the Alab coaching staff. "So obviously, being new to the Philippines, I've been told that they are legends. I'm being told that that (Eric Menk) is the best power forward, (Danny Seigle) the best small forward, Coach Jimmy is the best point guard to ever play here. Hearing all that, it's definitely a confidence boost and these guys are very encouraging of me and they tell me that I have a lot of potential and stuff like that," said Tiongson. "It's just a blessing to be able to play for a coaching staff like that. I'm gonna soak up as much wisdom that I can and try to be the best player that I can be," he added. Following his transfer, Tiongson has been in the Philippines for over a month now. He shared that he has been training everyday to get ready for the season which will tip off in November. --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @the9cruz.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsOct 16th, 2018

Warriors dominance in the West shows no sign of relenting

By Shaun Powell, NBA.com We have reached the point in this Golden State Warriors’ chokehold on the Western Conference where it turns spooky: The last team out West to deny the Warriors (technically) no longer exists. Yes, the LA Clippers are still right where they’ve always been. But all other traces of May 3, 2014, when they beat the Warriors in the first round of the playoffs, have turned to dust. Chris Paul, Blake Griffin, JJ Redick, DeAndre Jordan, Jamal Crawford -- they’re all gone. Usually, it’s the loser who feels the cold repercussions and fallout of a first-round defeat in the playoffs. But what’s often lost as the Warriors run the table in the West is how they’ve shattered so many teams, schemes and dreams along the way. In hindsight, four years ago was not the beginning of “Lob City” and the Clippers. It was the beginning of their end. The wreckage left behind by the Warriors over the ensuing 53 months underlines the undeniable truth: They’ve taken ownership of their very own West Side Story. They had a record-setting 73-win regular season. They’ve won 12 straight West payoff series (and 15 of 16 playoff series overall). Only twice – the West finals in 2016 and '18 -- did they endure the indignity of needing to survive Game 7 in the West playoffs. In short, this dynasty shows no signs of dying this season. If anything, the argument can be made -- even before it’s proven as fact -- that the 2018-19 Warriors are their most talented team yet. All-Stars Kevin Durant, Stephen Curry, Draymond Green and Klay Thompson welcomed a fifth, DeMarcus Cousins, to their mix this summer. That is not typical in the NBA, folks. “This," Durant said, "is going to be an exciting season. Fun.” The Warriors’ five All-Stars (two of whom are former Kia MVPs) are still in their prime. And given that Andre Iguodala tends to transform from a fossil to an X-factor when spring arrives, perhaps only injury or another uncontrollable circumstance will keep the Warriors from making it an NBA-record five straight Western Conference crowns. “In terms of encouraging each other, being in tune with some of the things that might be thrown at you, whether it's injuries, whether it's a couple of slumps on the court, whatever the case is, we adapt really well and we don't stay down for too long,” Curry said. The Rockets, who won 65 games a season ago, are perhaps the most realistic challenger to the Warriors out West. But it's quite possible that Houston is weaker than it was in 2017-18. To understand how high the Warriors are sitting on the throne, you must survey what they’ve left behind. Just look at how the biggest threats in the West have either hit dead ends or maxed themselves out trying to chase the Warriors since 2014. Memphis Grizzlies: At one point, they were considered the toughest matchup for the Warriors because they were polar opposite in style. Half-court and methodical, the Grizzlies took a switchblade to the basketball, slowing the tempo. And they exploited Golden State’s lone weaknesses: Interior size and overall strength. They physically beat up the Warriors in the paint (Zach Randolph and Marc Gasol) and on the perimeter (Tony Allen). Additionally, Mike Conley was at times a handful at point guard at a time when Curry was winning MVP awards. But health and age wore the Grizzlies down and eventually forced them into a current reinvention that likely won’t reap benefits until after the Warriors are finished. Oklahoma City Thunder: As one of only two West teams (Houston being the other) to force the Warriors into a seventh game, OKC was prime for a takeover in 2016. That season, OKC eliminated a 67-win San Antonio Spurs team in the West semfinals. Durant and Russell Westbrook were healthy, humming and helping the Thunder to a 3-1 lead in the West finals. That, however, was their apex, and the costly collapse was heightened by the “Klay Game” (41 points in Game 6). Imagine, if not for a fateful turn of events -- Klay’s 3-point rampage, KD’s second-half Game 7 vapor and the Warriors losing the 2016 Finals to Cleveland -- maybe Durant sticks around in OKC. At any rate, the post-2016 West finals reconstruction being done by the Thunder (Exhibit A: The short-lived Carmelo Anthony experience) is falling short so far. Portland Trail Blazers: They were never seriously considered a thorn to the Warriors, and still aren’t. It’s just that they played themselves. They were fooled by the events in 2016, when they beat the injury-hampered Clippers in the first round. They were then somewhat competitive against the Warriors in the West semifinals (winning one game by 12, losing another in OT and the elimination game by just four). Flushed with false hope, that summer the Blazers handed out rich extensions to rotational players and, unfortunately, locked themselves into a team that hasn’t won a playoff game since. San Antonio Spurs: Like the Grizzlies, the Spurs caused trouble for the Warriors because of their disciplined style that put the brakes on the pace. San Antonio ruled the West just prior to the Warriors’ run and the proud franchise wasn’t willing to relinquish its hold so easily, causing the Warriors to shiver by winning the regular season matchup from 2014-16. Still, like Memphis, the Spurs turned gray almost overnight. Tim Duncan retired, Tony Parker lost some zip and then, of course, came the sneaky Zaza Pachulia foot plant that KO’d Kawhi Leonard in the first game of their 2017 series. It hasn’t been the same for the Spurs, who shipped off the disgruntled Leonard this summer. Houston Rockets: While the Warriors were able to build around Curry to create a dynasty, the Rockets are in their third attempt to do likewise with James Harden. The Dwight Howard experiment was an exploding cigar, and then the strategy of turning Harden into a point guard failed to draw blood. Chris Paul arrived last season and the best record in the West followed, but Paul has always limped at the wrong time. True to form, his body failed him in the conference finals, just when the Rockets were up 3-2 on the Warriors and primed to issue a stunning statement. The conference-wide process of teams searching for the formula to bring an end to this “Golden” era has taken on an interesting twist. Except for the Rockets, who shuffled their deck slightly this summer, other West contenders are on a semi-defeatist two-year plan. As in: We’re not ready now, but look out in a coupla years! LeBron James joined the Lakers this summer, but it’s hard to take them seriously when LeBron himself says his new team isn’t breathing the same air as the defending champs. His supporting cast is a mix of pups with no playoff experience and vets who’ve seen better days. It’s foolhardy to doubt the potential of any team with LeBron — eight straight trips to the championship round is no joke, even if it came through the East. But they’ll stand a better chance next season, especially if they’re bringing Kawhi or Jimmy Butler by then. There’s also the Utah Jazz, a Spurs-like operation led by a pair of Spurs alums in GM Dennis Lindsey and coach Quin Snyder. Jazz guard Donovan Mitchell is a star in the making, but you need more than one of those to match Golden State. Perhaps in time, Mitchell will get a shotgun rider, but Utah is a tough sell for A-list free agents. Houston stands out from the pack with Harden, Paul and center Clint Capela, who gave the Warriors fits last spring. They’re still an attractive, turnkey team. Adding Anthony provides scoring, but does he impact a potential West finals rematch in 2019? With Trevor Ariza and Luc Mbah a Moute gone, where is the perimeter defense coming from? Is it possible that Houston, with Paul aging, had its best chance last spring and didn’t cash in? It’s also possible the Warriors will do everyone in the West a favor and destroy themselves in the very near future. Durant can become a free agent next summer. Thompson’s contract is up, too, although he’s been very clear about his preference to stay even if that means making below market value. “What’s happening right now is going to be really tough to replicate for anybody,” Warriors coach Steve Kerr said. “You have the proverbial window, however you want to put it. We have an incredible opportunity that’s just not always going to be here. We want to take full advantage not only from a success standpoint but from an enjoyment standpoint. “We’re well aware that it’s not going to last forever.” But that’s getting ahead of the story here, which is whether the Warriors will fall shy of The Finals for the first time since 2014. A three-time champion is bringing everyone back and will add a bonus whenever the healing Cousins returns. Basketball can sometimes be a funny game and anything can happen to throw this scenario for a loop. Until then, however, it's hard to imagine anything derailing another season of Warriors dominance. Veteran NBA writer Shaun Powell has worked for newspapers and other publications for more than 25 years. You can e-mail him here or follow him on Twitter. The views on this page do not necessarily reflect the views of the NBA, its clubs or Turner Broadcasting. .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsOct 16th, 2018

Duterte looks weaker after generals defy orders

What is the extent of military and police support for Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte, almost three years into his controversy-filled presidency?........»»

Category: newsSource:  manilanewsRelated NewsOct 16th, 2018

Honor Reveals its Most Powerful Addition to its Midrange Line of Smartphones – the 8X – and Announces the Opening of its First Brand Shop in the Philippines

Manila, Philippines – Honor revealed its latest addition to its X-series line-up – the 8X – packed with all of the hallmarks of a premium device: a 6.5-inch FullView display with a 1080 x 2340 resolution, a 91% screen-to-body ratio, a 20MP + 2MP dual camera combo on the rear and a 16MP camera within the […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  metrocebuRelated NewsOct 14th, 2018

Pirates, Lions blast rivals, claim twice-to-beat edge

Lyceum of the Philippines shifted to high gear in the second half to nip College of St. Benilde, 77-64, and clinch a Top 2 seeding in the Final Four of the 94th NCAA basketball tournament yesterday at the Filoil Flying V Center in San Juan......»»

Category: sportsSource:  philstarRelated NewsOct 11th, 2018

S& P says risk buffers sufficient for now

THE PHILIPPINES and other emerging markets have enough buffers to cushion the blow of rising interest rates, slower global growth and weaker currencies, S&P Global Ratings said. The post S&P says risk buffers sufficient for now appeared first on BusinessWorld......»»

Category: newsSource:  bworldonlineRelated NewsOct 11th, 2018

Strike closes Acropolis, main museums in Greece

ATHENS, Greece (AP) --- The ancient Acropolis in Athens and most of Greece's archaeological sites and publicly-run museums are closed to the public because of a 24-hour strike called by a union of Culture Ministry employees. Scores of tourists gathered Thursday outside the Acropolis, initially unaware of the strike. The union has accused the government of failing to exempt the transfer of ownership of national heritage sites to a powerful privatization fund created during the country's international bailouts. The Culture Ministry says the concerns are unfounded. AB RELATED STORIES: World tourism numbers up 6.0% in first half of 2018 -- UN Hokkaido to host season-lim...Keep on reading: Strike closes Acropolis, main museums in Greece.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsOct 11th, 2018