The week in photos: January 6-12, 2018


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Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsJan 6th, 2018

Photos from Tech News Online’s postMobile internet speed for January 15, 2018 in…

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Category: newsSource:  manilainformerRelated NewsJan 15th, 2018

Report: Thabo Sefolosha to get season-ending surgery on MCL staff report The Utah Jazz will reportedly lose a key component to their perimeter rotation. Shams Charania of Yahoo Sports tweeted on Saturday that Thabo Sefolosha will undergo season-ending surgery on his right MCL, which he injured during Friday's (Saturday, PHL time) loss at Charlotte. Marc Stein of the New York Times also tweeted that the veteran swingman will miss at least six months.'s David Aldridge confirmed the report, adding that a final decision on Sefolosha's surgery would be reached next week. Utah Jazz forward Thabo Sefolosha is expected to undergo season-ending surgery on an MCL injury in his right knee, league sources say. — Shams Charania (@ShamsCharania) January 13, 2018 Preliminary estimates on Utah’s Thabo Sefolosha are that he will miss at least six months, league sources say — Marc Stein (@TheSteinLine) January 13, 2018 Source confirms season-ending knee surgery for Thabo Sefolosha is likely (@ShamsCharania first), but final decision to be made next week. Would be tough blow for Jazz; Sefolosha was shooting 49 from the floor and 38 from three this season. Injured knee vs. Charlotte on Friday. — David Aldridge (@daldridgetnt) January 13, 2018 Sefolosha, who signed with the Jazz as a free agent last offseason, is averaging 8.2 points, 4.2 rebounds and 1.4 steals per contest. Utah sports a plus-4.9 net rating with him on the floor and a minus-4.6 net rating without. Utah is currently 17-25, sitting in 10th place in the Western Conference......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJan 15th, 2018

Mike D Antoni says James Harden could return this week staff report The Houston Rockets' schedule this week features contests against two of the top four teams in the Western Conference. James Harden could potentially be back just in time for those games. Rockets coach Mike D'Antoni told reporters on Sunday (Monday, PHL time) that Harden could return as soon as Thursday (Friday, PHL time) against Minnesota or for Saturday's (Sunday, PHL time) game against Golden State. The All-NBA guard has been out since Dec. 31 (Jan. 1, PHL time) with a strained hamstring. Rockets hope for Harden to play Thursday or Saturday. Will go through some practice today. — Jonathan Feigen (@Jonathan_Feigen) January 14, 2018 Harden is averaging 32.3 points, 9.1 assists and 1.8 steals per contest, all of which rank among the top 10 in the league. The Rockets have gone 4-2 in his absence......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJan 15th, 2018

Congress eyes temporary budget as U.S. shutdown deadline looms

WASHINGTON DC, USA – US lawmakers will resort to passing a short-term federal spending deal next week to avoid an embarrassing government shutdown, House Speaker Paul Ryan said Friday, January 12, as prospects for a long-term 2018 agreement dimmed. A move to extend temporary funding beyond the January 19 deadline would ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsJan 13th, 2018

RBATF-7 and NNC-7 Spearhead Goiter Awareness Week

As the region’s prime movers in eradicating Iodine deficiency disorder (IDD), the Regional Bantay Asin Task Force 7 (RBATF 7) and its secretariat, the National Nutrition Council Region VII will spearhead the celebration of the Goiter Awareness Week (GAW) on 22-28 January 2018 to increase awareness of the continued IDD challenge in the region. This […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  metrocebuRelated NewsJan 11th, 2018

Intel promises to patch processor security flaw by end of January

A keynote address at the Consumer Electronics Show 2018 in Las Vegas, Nevada had Intel promising to release patches to address the security issues in processors introduced in the last five years. CEO Brian Krzanich went up on stage and stated their company's goal to have the processors patched and secured by the end of January. "For our processors, products introduced in the past five years, Intel expects to issue updates for more than 90 percent of them within a week and the remaining by the end of January," said Krzanich Previous reports suggested the patches would slow down systems equipped with the affected processors. Krzanich also addressed these concerns, saying any i...Keep on reading: Intel promises to patch processor security flaw by end of January.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJan 9th, 2018

ABL: Brownlee is World Import of the Week after sparking Alab s campaign

It didn't take long for Justin Brownlee to create impact for Alab Pilipinas. Two games into his ABL career, the two-time PBA champion has earned his first individual award after being named World Import of the Week. Brownlee, together with Renaldo Balkman, debuted last Jan. 3 to spark Alab's previously-anemic campaign, leading the Philippines to back-to-back victories against Malaysia and Singapore. The versatile reinforcement is norming 23 points per game so far on top of eight rebounds and seven assists. Fan Favorite and World Import Player of the Week Justin Brownlee showed us why he's so beloved in the Philippines, sparking 2 wins for Tanduay @AlabPilipinas 🇵🇭.#ABL8#MakeHistory — ABL (@aseanbasketball) January 9, 2018 More importantly, Alab is starting to heat up after starting the season with three straight defeats. Brownlee and the rest of Alab Pilipinas will face the Slingers again this time at home, tomorrow. Action will be live at  8 p.m. on S+A, S+A HD and via livestream.   --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJan 9th, 2018

Hard work, family, and tocino the key ingredients to Fil-Am cyclist’s success

Coryn Rivera, said to be the only cyclist with Filipino roots to be taking part in the European circuit, is back at where it all began for her. “It’s good to be back,” she said with a small smile during her welcome lunch on Monday at the Shang at the Fort in Taguig. The name Rivera resonated with Filipinos when she won the Prudential RideLondon Classique a year ago. Then, her origins were unknown until ABS-CBN’s Gretchen Ho, who was part of the country’s delegation in London, inquired about them. While now an American citizen, the 25-year-old’s parents are full-blooded Filipinos who remain proud of their roots. Their eldest of two children only shares the same sentiment. “It’s cool to be a person with an ethnic background. I think I’m the only one with Filipino blood to be there (European circuit),” Coryn said. Rivera is now part of professional cycling team Sunweb which is very much active in the European circuit. In all of her races, a big part of her preparation remains Filipino to the core. “I still love tocino and tapa for breakfast with banana ketchup. I’m still very much into Filipino culture even though I was born in the (US),” she said. Of course, it has been parents Wally and Lina who have made sure that such is the case. “Breakfast is very important so I would make sure she always had her rice and tocino,” the latter shared. With that simple yet loving act, the elder Riveras have made it clear that they are fully behind their big-time source of pride who only stands at 5-foot-3. And clearly, that has made all the difference in the world. “We always support Coryn. I think that’s why she succeeds – because we support her 110 percent,” Lina said. That all-out support has impacted Coryn in more ways than one. “She saw us work hard to get to where we are. We also don’t spoil our kids – we make them work hard to get to where they are,” her mother said. She then continued, “We do everything on our own and she’s just the same way.” Indeed, it has been the example set by her hardworking parents that Rivera follows to this day wherever she is – be that in the Tour of Flanders in Belgium or in the hills of Tagaytay. “My parents are role models. They are hardworking and that’s what I want to be,” she said. And so, the American citizen cyclist remains Filipino at heart – even though she is yet to string together a Tagalog sentence. Asked about the native language of her parents, she answered, “I understand it really well, but as far as speaking it, I’m still practicing.” Good thing then that she will have some time to practice as Rivera will participate in the upcoming PRUride PH 2018 from January 11 to 14 in Subic, Zambales. Backed by British life insurer Pru Like UK, PRUride PH 2018 is expected to be one of the biggest cycling events in the country as it will be spread over two areas and span two weekends. In Subic, veteran pedal-pushers such as George Oconer and Marella Salamat will join Rivera in taking part in the 160 km PRUride Professional Road Race. The event continues a week later in McKinley West in Taguig where next iterations of the Criterium races first held a year ago will ensue. PRUride PH 2018 has been sanctioned by PhilCycling, the national governing body for the sport of cycling. --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJan 8th, 2018

Former champion Azarenka withdraws from the Australian Open

MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — Two-time champion Victoria Azarenka has withdrawn from the Australian Open, with her wildcard entry to the season's first major reallocated to Ajla Tomljanovic. Australian Open organizers announced Azarenka's withdrawal in a social media post Monday, a week before the tournament begins. Two-time champion Victoria Azarenka has withdrawn from the AO. “It’s unfortunate that @vika7 is unable to travel to Australia this year. The #AusOpen is her favourite tournament and she’s looking forward to returning to Melbourne next year,” - @CraigTiley — #AusOpen (@AustralianOpen) January 8, 2018 "It's unfortunate that (Azarenka) is unable to travel to Australia this year," organizers posted on Twitter, quoting tournament director Craig Tiley. The Australian Open, "is her favorite tournament and she's looking forward to returning to Melbourne next year." Azarenka, who won the Australian Open in 2012 and 2013, has been involved in a custody dispute involving her son Leo, who was born last Dec. 19. She hasn't competed anywhere since Wimbledon, where she lost to Simona Halep in the fourth round on July 10. Azarenka played only six matches in 2017 and her year-ending ranking plummeted to No. 208. Australian Open organizers last month granted her a wildcard entry, with Tiley saying at the time "Vika's current situation is obviously very difficult for her and we have reached out to offer any support we can." The Australian Open starts next Monday at Melbourne Park. Defending champion Serena Williams has already withdrawn, saying her game wasn't back to a level where she believed she could contend for the title just four months after giving birth to her first child......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJan 8th, 2018

IN PHOTOS: Stars wear black on Golden Globes 2018 red carpet

MANILA, Philippines – Hollywood stars kicked off the 2018 awards season on Sunday, January 7 (Monday, January 8, Manila time), at the Golden Globes 2018 in Los Angeles. This year, many celebrities traded their colorful red carpet attire for stark black as a show of solidarity for those protesting sexual abuse and ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsJan 8th, 2018

LOOK: Singer Khalid enjoys fried chicken, fries at Filipino fast food chain

It looks like American singer-songwriter Khalid looked really satisfied as he enjoyed what he recently ate in a Filipino fast food restaurant. In a Twitter post on Tuesday by model and former America's Next Top Model contestant JustineBiticon, it can be seen that she, the singer and a friend chose to dine out at a Jollibee store. In one of the photos, Khalid was taking a big bite of the store's signature hotdog sandwich. They also had some of the chain's other treats, such as fried chicken, Filipino-style sweet spaghetti and french fries. my lil bunso's --- justine (@biticonjustine) January 2, 2018 The Mexican-Filipina model even captioned th...Keep on reading: LOOK: Singer Khalid enjoys fried chicken, fries at Filipino fast food chain.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJan 2nd, 2018

IN PHOTOS: Flood greets Biliran residents on first day of 2018

MANILA, Philippines – While others spent the first day of 2018 celebrating, some residents from the province of Biliran evacuated their homes after flood hit the town of Kawayan on Monday, January 1.  In the photos posted by Biliran resident Rafael Medalla, ankle to knee-deep flood can be seen in ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsJan 2nd, 2018

NBA viewing guide: January 2-8, 2018

Don’t miss a moment of the thrilling 2017-18 NBA season. Catch your favorite teams or the biggest matchups with the help of our viewing guide for the first full week of 2018, January 2 to 8. TUESDAY, Jan. 2 8:30AM - MIL @ TOR - NBA Premium (delayed - 11:30AM) 9:00AM - LAL @ MIN - NBA Premium League Pass only 8:30AM - ORL @ BKN 9:00AM - POR @ CHI - BTV WEDNESDAY, Jan. 3 8:00AM - POR @ CLE - NBA Premium (delayed - 1:30PM) 8:30AM - SAS @ NYK - BTV, NBA Premium 11:00AM - CHA @ SAC - NBA Premium 11:30AM - MEM @ LAC - BTV, NBA Premium (delayed - 4:00PM) League Pass only 10:00AM - ATL @ PHX THURSDAY, Jan. 4 8:00AM - HOU @ ORL - NBA Premium 8:00AM - SAS @ PHI - BTV 9:00AM - CLE @ BOS - FOX Sports 10:00AM - NOP @ UTA - NBA Premium (cut to live) 11:30AM - OKC @ LAL - FOX Sports League Pass only 8:00AM - NYK @ WAS 8:30AM - MIN @ BKN 8:30AM - DET @ MIA 9:00AM - TOR @ CHI 9:00AM - IND @ MIL 9:30AM - GSW @ DAL 10:00AM - PHX @ DEN FRIDAY, Jan. 5 9:00AM - GSW @ HOU - BTV, S+A, NBA Premium 11:30AM - OKC @ LAC - NBA Premium SATURDAY, Jan. 6 8:00AM - DET @ PHI - BTV 8:00AM - MIN @ BOS - NBA Premium, ABS-CBN ch. 2 (delayed - 8:30AM) 9:00AM - TOR @ MIL - FOX Sports 11:30AM - CHA @ LAL - NBA Premium League Pass only 9:00AM - NYK @ MIA 9:30AM - CHI @ DAL 9:30AM - PHX @ SAS 10:00AM - UTA @ DEN 10:30AM - WAS @ MEM 11:00AM - ATL @ POR SUNDAY, Jan. 7 8:00AM - HOU @ DET - BTV 8:00AM - CLE @ ORL - S+A, NBA Premium 10:00AM - NOP @ MIN - NBA Premium (cut to live) League Pass only 4:30AM - GSW @ LAC 7:00AM - BOS @ BKN 8:00AM - CHI @ IND 9:00AM - MIL @ WAS 11:00AM - DEN @ SAC MONDAY, Jan. 8 8:00AM - NYK @ DAL - NBA Premium 9:00AM - OKC @ PHX - NBA Premium (delayed - 12:30PM) 10:00AM - SAS @ POR - S+A, NBA Premium (cut to live) 10:30AM - ATL @ LAL - BTV League Pass only 4:30AM - UTA @ MIA.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJan 1st, 2018

HEADS UP: 10 sporting events to watch out for in 2018

2017 has come and gone, and it delivered some exciting sporting moments that has every sports fan clamoring for more. Worry not, though, as 2018 looks primed to satisfy even the most die-hard Pinoy sports aficionado with its bevy of local and international sporting events. Let's welcome the upcoming year with 10 of the most exciting sporting events to watch out for this 2018.   NCAA 93 & UAAP 80 VOLLEYBALL The cagers are out, and the spikers are in. Volleyball season begins this January 4 with NCAA season 93, followed by the 81st season of the UAAP this February. NCAA volleybelles are once again ready to take center court, and the defending women's champion Arellano University Lady Chiefs, led by heavy hitters Jovie Prado and Regine Arocha are banking on their undisputed team play to propel them to another title. Playing inspired volleyball throughout the season, the Lady Chiefs stunned the thrice-to-beat San Sebastian Lady Stags in the Finals last year, ultimately ending Grethcel Soltones' collegiate career with a dud. Rising stars like San Beda's Ces Racraquin, JRU's Karen Montojo also make the upcoming NCAA volleyball season worth waiting for. UAAP volleyball begins a month later the NCAA tournament, but expect the field to be even more tumultuous. With no clear-cut number 2 team to challenge the two-time defending champions DLSU Lady Spikers, it will be a toss-up against basically the other seven schools to step up. Dangerous squads include the much-improved Adamson Lady Falcons, last year's pleasant surprise UST, the dynastic Ateneo Lady Eagles, and the intact NU Lady Bulldogs and FEU Lady Tamaraws. NBA ALL-STAR GAME & 2018 NBA FINALS The annual showcase of the NBA's brightest stars just got a major revamp. That's right, the league has done away with the traditional East-West teams, and will now have a playground-type pool selection of players between its two captains when the exhibition tips off in Los Angeles. This raises a lot of interesting questions: Will the captains pick their teammates or will they go with a more controversial pick and select a rival? Will we able to know the order of the draft? Will this actually work in making the game better? While answers to those questions might not be answered until a few months, one thing's for sure, the NBA Finals, the spectacle that actually counts, will be epic. Will we be treated to Golden State Warriors vs Cleveland Cavaliers Pt. 4? Or will another squad swoop in to spoil the party? The league has indeed improved, with surprising teams like the Milwaukee Bucks, the Indiana Pacers, the Detroit Pistons out in the East already staking claim to playoff spots, and the Wild, Wild, West staying true to its monicker. The Houston Rockets and the perennial powerhouse San Antonio Spurs are still the favorites to pull the rug under the Warriors, while the Oklahoma City Thunder is right behind. Either way, with months of hoops already invested in it, the NBA Finals will surely be another explosive one, as it always is.   HOMECOMING QUEEN Alyssa Valdez spent the majority of 2017 overseas, spreading her wings in Taiwan with volleyball club Attack Line. This 2018 though, The Phenom plans on staying in the Philippines, armed with two year’s worth of international experience to focus on her home club team in the Creamline Cool Smashers.  "Next year, I'm planning to focus sa Creamline. Just this year, I travelled a lot talaga. They supported me throughout, esepcially doon sa National Team stint ko. They sacrificed a lot for me talaga. I think I have to focus sa team ko talaga,” she said last week.Alyssa Valdez just got scarier.   PINOY HOOP DREAMS: REMY MARTIN, KOBE PARAS  Two proudly Pinoy ballers based in the U.S. set out this 2018 to continue shooting for our island nation’s humble hoop dreams. Kobe Paras is still serving residency this 2017-2018 season with the California State University-Northridge Matadors, but his development is sure to be a joy to watch. The 6’6” Pinoy swingman accomplished a tour of duty with Gilas Pilipinas earlier in the year, and many Pinoys saw why we should all be excited about high-flying forward. Remy Martin, a 5’11” point guard dazzled in his first few games with the Arizona State Sun Devils, with his athleticism, explosiveness and feisty defense. The Filipino-American cager is proud of his roots and hopes to represent flag and country with Gilas Pilipinas in the future.   WHO (OR WHAT) IS NEXT FOR MANNY PACQUIAO? The never-ending saga of what’s next for Manny Pacquiao looks like it'll seep into 2018.  Following a rather controversial loss to Australian boxer Jeff Horn, Pacquiao has been “courting” the likes of Floyd Mayweather Jr. for a rematch, even taking to Instagram to ”greet” MMA superstar Conor McGregor before finally admitting that he’s been in talks with the Irish fighter’s camp. Whether he actually retires from boxing for good, or takes on another foe in the squared circle, one thing’s for sure: we’ll all have our eyes on Manny Pacquiao’s next move.   2018 WORLD CUP RUSSIA™ After four years, the best of world football will once again converge, this time in Russia to crown the Kings of the beautiful sport. The stage is set, the groups are finalized, and the 32 squads are promising the best 30-day football extravaganza in the hopes of dethroning defending champions Germany this June. Some group stage clashes to look out for are Germany vs Mexico, England vs Belgium, Portugal vs Spain, to name a few. June couldn’t come soon enough.   CHRISTIAN STANDHARDINGER'S PBA DEBUT No PBA rookie has probably come into the league as pro-ready as the Filipino-German standout Christian Standhardinger. The 6’9” big man was the consensus top overall pick of the 2017 PBA draft, and was also at the center of the controversial trade that sent Kia Picanto’s rights to the number 1 selection to the already-dominant San Miguel. While the trade did go down, so did former commissioner Chito Narvasa. Standhardinger’s entry to the PBA has come at a cost, but San Miguel is more than ready to wait one more conference to bulk up their already stacked squad. Seeing Standharinger play alongside 6’11” center and reigning MVP June Mar Fajardo, versatile forward Arwind Santos, and the Beermen’s bevy of guards in Alex Cabagnot, Marcio Lassiter, and Chris Ross, is definitely a sight to see, just look at how he's tearing it up in the ASEAN Basketball League.    2018 ASIAN GAMES INDONESIA The Philippines’ less than stellar performance at the 2017 Southeast Asian Games was met with widespread flak. Not directed at our athletes however, but aimed at our sports development and governing body for its subpar work in getting our sports representatives ready. While the 2018 Asian Games isn’t so far away, a handful of Pinoy medalists from the SEA Games are going into the continental meet with high hopes. After dominating the SEA Games’ triathlon event, our Filipino endurance athletes, led by gold medalists Kim Mangrobang, and Nikko Huelgas, are once again primed to take home hardware. Marathoner Mary Joy Tabal, and boxers John Marvin, and Eumir Marcial, all gold medalists at Malaysia, are all bright spots that could soon unravel into full-fledged stars come 2018.   GILAS PILIPINAS IN THE FIBA WORLD CUP QUALIFIERS It’s official, basketball is coming home to the Philippines this 2023 by way of the FIBA World Cup, but Gilas Pilipinas will first have to try its luck in the 2019 meet. After dealing with Chinese Taipei and Japan this 2017 for a perfect 2-0 slate in the qualifiers, Gilas Pilipinas still has to face the Japanese anew, and the powerhouse Australian team early in 2018. A good showing against these squads will help Gilas strengthen its bid to international basketball’s biggest stage before we actually host the event in six years’ time.   UAAP 81 BASKETBALL UAAP season 80 just came to an end, but the next season just got way more interesting. Aside from the title defense of the intact Ateneo Blue Eagles and their ongoing rivalry with La Salle, a certain move by a coach has shaken up the league. With Aldin Ayo reportedly accepting the job as the new head coach of the struggling University of Sto. Tomas, we might just be witnesses to the rebirth of the once proud basketball program under the fiery mentor. That, and the way the DLSU Green Archers can adjust from the departure of Ayo and former two-time MVP Ben Mbala, key cogs to their season 79 championship run. The tight race for the MVP award will also be one to watch, with Mbala gone, it’s up to the local stars to step up to the challenge......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsDec 31st, 2017

Report: Isaiah Thomas targeting first week of January for return staff report Cavaliers guard Isaiah Thomas is targeting the first week of January to make his 2017-2018 season debut, Yahoo's Shams Charania reported on Sunday (Monday, PHL time). Cavaliers All-Star guard Isaiah Thomas is targeting the first week of January for his season debut with Cleveland, league sources tell Yahoo. — Shams Charania (@ShamsCharania) December 18, 2017 The Cavaliers play three games in the first week of January, against Portland on Jan. 2; Boston on Jan. 3; and Orlando on Jan. 6 (Jan. 3, 4, and 7, PHL time). Charania reports that Thomas could play now if necessary, but prefers not to take any chances after missing so much time. Sidelined by a hip injury suffered in last season's playoffs, Thomas has missed all 31 games since joining the Cavaliers during the offseason as part of the blockbuster trade that sent All-Star point guard Kyrie Irving to the Celtics. Despite his absence, the Cavaliers are 23-8 with 18 victories in their past 19 outings following Sunday's (Monday, PHL time) 106-99 triumph over the Wizards.   Thomas, 28, is coming off a career season in which he averaged 28.9 points for the Celtics before his injured hip forced him to miss the final three games of their loss to the Cavs in the Eastern Conference finals......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsDec 18th, 2017

Bitcoin futures begin trading on Chicago Mercantile Exchange

  NEW YORK --- Another security based on the price of bitcoin, the digital currency that has soared in value and volatility this 2017, began trading on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) on Sunday.   The CME Group, which owns the exchange, opened up bitcoin futures for trading at 6 p.m. EST on Sunday. The futures contract that expires in January 2018 opened at $20,650, then slipped back to $19,480 at 6:45 p.m. EST, down $20.   The CME futures, like the ones that CME competitor the Chicago Board Options Exchange (Cboe) started trading last week, do not involve actual bitcoin. The CME's futures will track an index of bitcoin prices pulled from s...Keep on reading: Bitcoin futures begin trading on Chicago Mercantile Exchange.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsDec 18th, 2017

Transcript of Ambush Interview of Senate President Aqulino Pimentel III

January 16, 2018. On the BBL SP Pimentel: BBL does not need Cha-cha, it is easier to achieve. It is common-sense. Q: Bakit parang nag-aaway yung both Houses? SP Pimentel: Hindi na niya naisip yun, basta the 1987 Constitution authorizes the BBL, so mas medaling gawin. Q: How do you see the… Source link link: Transcript of Ambush Interview of Senate President Aqulino Pimentel III.....»»

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Mobile internet speed for January 16, 2018 in selected areas measured by BASS – …

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Cebu City to implement Sinulog Basura Watch

A press conference on "Sinulog 2018 Basura Watch was held January 12 at the Cebu City Environmental Office (CCENRO), 3rd floor, Cebu City Hall, Cebu City with CCENRO OIC Tina Cabrera and Department of.....»»

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