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AFP admits lapse in Marawi ambush

The military has promised to take extra regulations to prevent a repeat of the roadside attack on President Duterte’s security convoy in Marawi City Tuesday......»»

Category: newsSource:  tempoRelated NewsDec 2nd, 2016

7 PSG men, 2 others hurt in Marawi ambush

On the eve of President Duterte's visit to Lanao del Sur, seven members of the Presidential Security Group (PSG) were injured after a powerful explosion rocked its passing convoy in Marawi City......»»

Category: newsSource:  tempoRelated NewsNov 30th, 2016
Category: newsSource:  manila_shimbunRelated NewsNov 29th, 2016

EDITORIAL - Wagging the dog?

Nine soldiers were wounded, but at least there were no fatalities when an improvised explosive device went off yesterday as an advance security convoy for Pr.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsNov 29th, 2016

Nation: PSG convoy ambushed amid offensive vs Maute

A CONVOY of members of the Presidential Security Group (PSG), together with troops based in Marawi City, Lanao del Sur, and government media was ambushed there on Tuesday morning, amid an ongoing military operation in Butig town, some 52 km south of the p.....»»

Category: financeSource:  bworldonlineRelated NewsNov 29th, 2016

Nearly 200,000 Filipino teens get pregnant annually- POPCOM - ABS-CBN News

Nearly 200000 Filipino teens get pregnant annually: POPCOM ABS-CBN News The Commission on Population has raised concerns about early and unplanned pregnancies in the Philippines, the world's 13th.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilanewsRelated News51 min. ago

America Did Zip When China s Paramilitary Navy Sunk a Philippine Fishing Boat Interest

Timothy Robbins, Monica Michiko Sato Security, Asia What does that mean? In hybrid warfare, state and nonstate actors offset conventional military capabilities with a range of irregular tactics to ach.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilanewsRelated News51 min. ago

SSS runs after delinquent employers in Koronadal City

KORONADAL CITY, South Cotabato, July 16 (PIA) - Eleven establishments in Koronadal City, which have been remiss in their mandatory obligations under the Social Security Act of 2018, were ordered to.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilanewsRelated News51 min. ago

Draft IRR for Personal Property Security Act released

The Department of Finance (DOF) has released the draft implementing rules and regulations (IRR) for the Personal Property Security Act, a law which is seen to make credit more accessible to micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs), farmers and fishers......»»

Category: financeSource:  philstarRelated News1 hr. 11 min. ago
Category: newsSource:  manila_shimbunRelated News3 hr. 24 min. ago

House to implement lock-out policy from July 19 to 21 for SONA

The House of Representatives advised the public that it would implement stiffer security measures in preparation for SONA......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated News13 hr. 50 min. ago

PH won t provide drug war docs if UNHRC report just fishing expedition

MANILA, Philippines – Malacañang won't let the Philippines' security agencies provide documents about the government's campaign against illegal drugs to the United Nations (UN) rights body if it "feels" suspicious about the group's intentions. Presidential Spokesperson Salvador Panelo said this on Monday, July 15, when asked if the Palace would ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated News19 hr. 24 min. ago

9K Cops to Be Deployed in QC for SONA Security: NCRPO

Over 9,000 cops and force multipliers will be deployed near the vicinity of the Batasang Pambansa in Quezon City to provide security during the state of the nation address (SONA) of President Rodrigo Duterte on July 22. Maj. Gen. Guillermo Eleazar, National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO) director, said out of 9,162 security forces, 7,353 […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  metrocebuRelated News20 hr. 37 min. ago

P12-million smuggled rice seized off Basilan

Naval forces intercepted a motorboat loaded with smuggled rice worth P12 million near an island off Basilan on Friday, security officials said......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsJul 15th, 2019

Duterte’s security concern is real

Shortly after the five-month long Marawi siege in 2017 that resulted in the death of the ISIS-affiliated former Abu Sayyaf Group leader Isnilon Hapilon, along with over 900 terrorists that included foreign extremists, US intelligence officials confirmed that ISIS-leaning groups had indeed come into being in the Asian region......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsJul 14th, 2019

Halep wins Wimbledon, stops Williams bid for 24th Slam

By Howard Fendrich, Associated Press WIMBLEDON, England (AP) — Clutching her trophy 20 minutes after becoming Wimbledon's champion, Simona Halep checked out the board inside Centre Court that lists tournament winners. Below all of the mentions of Serena Williams, her opponent in Saturday's final, there already was inscribed: "Miss S. Halep." Halep was not concerned with preventing Williams from winning a 24th Grand Slam title. All Halep cared about was winning her first at the All England Club. And she played pretty much perfectly. On top of her game right from start to finish, Halep overwhelmed Williams 6-2, 6-2 in stunning fashion for her second major championship. The whole thing took less than an hour as Williams lost her third Slam final in a row as she tries to equal Margaret Court's record for most major trophies in tennis history. "She literally played out of her mind. Congratulations, Simona. It was a little bit 'a deer in the headlights' for me," Williams said. "So, I mean, whenever a player plays that amazing, you just kind of have to take your hat off and give them a nod of the head." How good was the No. 7-seeded Halep? She made a mere three unforced errors, a remarkably low total and 23 fewer than Williams. Not bad for someone who has been frank about how jittery she has gotten in past big matches and began the day having lost nine of 10 matchups against Williams. But after losing each of her first three major finals, Halep now has won two straight, including at last year's French Open. "Well, I had nerves. My stomach was not very well before the match," said Halep, a 27-year-old Romanian, "but I knew there is no time for emotions. I just came on court and I gave my best." Couldn't have been any better, really. Williams also lost in straight sets against Angelique Kerber in the Wimbledon final a year ago, and against Naomi Osaka at the U.S. Open last September. The 37-year-old American hasn't won a tournament since the 2017 Australian Open, when she set the professional-era record of 23 Grand Slam championships (Court won 13 of her titles against amateur competition). Williams was pregnant when she won in Australia and then took more than a year off the tour; her daughter, Olympia, was born in September 2017. Since returning to tennis, Williams has dealt with injuries but still managed to remain among the game's elite. In part because of a bad left knee, she only had played 12 matches all season until Wimbledon. "Just got to keep fighting," Williams said, "and just keep trying." Didn't take long on Saturday for Halep to demonstrate this was not going to be easy for Williams. Not by any means. Showing off the talents and traits that once lifted her to No. 1 in the rankings, Halep never really gave Williams a chance to get into the match. Halep tracked down everything, as is her wont. She didn't merely play defense, though, managing to go from retrieving an apparent point-ending stroke by Williams to lashing a winner of her own in a blink. Her returns were exceptional, repeatedly getting back serves that left Williams' racket at 115 mph or more. On this cloudy, cool afternoon, with the temperature in the low 70s (low 20s Celsius), Halep began with a pair of service breaks and even delivered the match's first ace, at 106 mph, which put her out front 4-0 after 11 astonishing minutes. Halep won 14 of the first 18 points, with many in the crowd roaring for each of the rare ones that went Williams' way. Halep produced eight winners before a single unforced error, avoiding a miscue until the seventh game. Williams, in stark contrast, came out looking a bit tight, short-arming shots and accumulating nine unforced errors before conjuring up a single winner. She spoke after her semifinal victory about trying to remain calm on court, and that she did, even in the face of a player who was at her very best. Williams would place a hand on her hip. Or put a palm up and look at her guest box, as if thinking, "What can I do?" Williams' greatest show of emotion came after she stretched for a forehand volley winner on the second set's second point. She leaned forward and yelled, "Come on!" But the comeback never came. Halep broke to lead 3-2 in that set when Williams pushed a backhand long, and there wasn't much left from there. Halep only had been as far as the semifinals once at Wimbledon until now. But she was determined to change that and said she told the locker-room attendants at the beginning of the tournament she wanted to grab a title to earn lifetime membership in the All England Club. "So here I am," she said Saturday, the fortnight done, her trophy won. "It was one of my motivations before this tournament. So now I am happy.".....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJul 14th, 2019

Serena Williams loses her 3rd consecutive Grand Slam final

By Howard Fendrich, Associated Press WIMBLEDON, England (AP) — The Centre Court crowd kept roaring whenever Serena Williams would win a point in the Wimbledon final, seemingly trying to will her to make things interesting against Simona Halep. Never happened. Instead of earning an eighth title at Wimbledon and record-equaling 24th overall at Grand Slam tournaments, Williams fell one victory short yet again, beaten with surprising ease by Halep 6-2, 6-2 Saturday. Williams has now lost her past three appearances in major finals — and five of her last seven. There's no shame in repeatedly making it to championship matches, of course, but it used to be rather unusual to see her come up just short like this: Williams won 21 of the first 25 Slam finals of her career. "I'm always expected to win," Williams said. That is true. Still, it was the seventh-seeded Halep who grabbed ahold of this match and never let go, finishing with three unforced errors to Williams' 26. Halep created problems by repeatedly tracking down Williams' shots and forcing the 37-year-old American to hit another one and another one and another one to win a point. "I definitely knew that she was just playing her heart out. I felt like, 'OK, what do I need to do to get to that level?'" Williams said. "I don't know if there's anything I could have done differently." After entering the final with a tournament-high 45 aces, Williams only managed two on Saturday. She was broken in half of her eight service games. Halep had a lot to do with that. "I feel like I'm still incredibly competitive or else I wouldn't really be out here, per se," Williams said. "For the most part, I feel like I'm on the right track. I'm just going in the right direction in terms of getting back to where I need to be." She hasn't won a title of any sort since the 2017 Australian Open, when she was pregnant. That was Slam trophy No. 23, breaking a tie with Steffi Graf for the most in the professional era. It also moved Williams within one of Margaret Court's total, although Court won 13 of her 24 major titles before professionals were admitted to Grand Slam tournaments, while all 23 of Williams' major titles have come in the Open era, which began in 1968. Since returning to the tour last season after her daughter was born on Sept. 1, 2017, Williams has reached the finals at three of six major tournaments she entered, defeated in straight sets each time. A year ago, she was the runner-up at Wimbledon to Angelique Kerber, and then the runner-up at the U.S. Open to Naomi Osaka in a final that descended into chaos when Williams was penalized a game for arguing with the chair umpire. Williams recently revealed that she saw a therapist after that episode and sent Osaka a written apology. She's also dealt with a series of injuries and arrived in England having contested only 12 tour-level matches in all of 2019. Just four of the other 127 women in the Wimbledon field had fewer; 105 had at least twice as many. After losing to 20-year-old American Sofia Kenin in the third round of the French Open, Williams stuck around in Paris for medical treatment on her left knee. By the time she began preparing in earnest for Wimbledon, about 1½ weeks before the start of play, she was pain-free. "I feel like I'm just really on this journey of just doing the best that I can," Williams said Saturday, "playing the best that I can when I can." According to the WTA's website, women's tennis pioneer Billie Jean King said recently that she would like to see what Williams could do on the court if she were to put "everything else aside" and "focus on what's necessary" for her tennis. King added: "If she's happy doing it this way, then that's fine. It's whatever makes her happy — it's not about us." The last question of Williams' post-match news conference referenced those comments and asked for a reaction. "The day I stop fighting for equality and for people that look like you and me," Williams said, "will be the day I'm in my grave.".....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJul 14th, 2019

Promising lead in Kidapawan radio anchor murder, probers say

The Presidential Task Force on Media Security now have a “promising lead” that could put closure to Wednesday’s murder in Kidapawan City of radio commentator Eduardo Dizon, PTFoMS director Joel Egco said Satuday......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsJul 13th, 2019

At least 7 dead in Somalia hotel attack

MOGADISHU, Somalia – At least 7 people were killed on Friday, July 12, in a suicide bomb and gun attack claimed by Al-Shabaab militants on a hotel in southern Somalia, a security official said. Authorities said a suicide bomber rammed a vehicle loaded with explosives into the popular Medina hotel in ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsJul 13th, 2019

Huawei calls on US to lift export restrictions

SHENZHEN, China — The chairman of Huawei said the Chinese tech giant has yet to see any benefit from President Donald Trump’s promise to allow U.S. companies to sell some components to the company and called on Washington to remove it from a security blacklist. The “unjust and unfair” decision to add Huawei Technologies Ltd., […] The post Huawei calls on US to lift export restrictions appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJul 13th, 2019