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Action on ‘Abominable’ up to DFA, MTRCB — Palace

It’s up to the Department of Foreign Affairs and the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board to decide whether to pull out the animated movie Abominable from local cinemas, Malacañang said yesterday......»»

Category: newsSource: philstar philstarOct 15th, 2019

Category: newsSource:  manila_shimbunRelated NewsOct 16th, 2019

Anti-terrorism bill now on final review, a week before automatic enactment

The legal team of the Palace already has a recommendation for President Rodrigo Duterte's course of action on the anti-terrorism bill......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsJul 2nd, 2020

Red-tagging fears eased: Not to worry

President Rodrigo Duterte and his administration will not take action that will harm journalists, the Palace said Sunday after a Cagayan de Oro-based media group denounced the red-tagging of journalists in the city......»»

Category: newsSource:  thestandardRelated NewsMar 2nd, 2020

Palace still hopeful of justice for SAF 44

Malacañang called for justice for the 44 members of the police Special Action Force who were killed during the standoff between the commandos and Muslim rebels in Mamasapano, Maguindanao on Jan. 25, 2015......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsJan 25th, 2020

Palace prays for justice for SAF 44

Malacañang on Saturday expressed hope that justice will prevail for the 44 Special Action Force troopers who were killed in a 2015 encounter with Moro combatants in Mamasapano, Maguindanao......»»

Category: newsSource:  thestandardRelated NewsJan 25th, 2020

Duterte signs new sin tax law

President Rodrigo Duterte has signed into law a bill increasing the excise tax on liquor and heated tobacco and vapor products. Palace spokesman Salvador Panelo and Sen. Christopher Lawrence “Bong” Go confirmed the President’s action in a text message to The Manila Times. Go said the new law also expanded the coverage of value-added tax-exempt […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilatimes_netRelated NewsJan 24th, 2020

Arsenal beats Man United; Chelsea denied by overhead kick

By Rob Harris, Associated Press LONDON (AP) — Having finally ended a goal drought, Alireza Jahanbakhsh is now celebrating the greatest strike of his career. With an acrobatic overhead kick, the Brighton forward stunned not just Chelsea but his own team, too. The south-coast club's record signing had endured 18 months without a goal until scoring in Saturday's victory over Bournemouth. Now the Iranian has two goals in two games, coming off the bench to deny Chelsea a victory by sealing the 1-1 Premier League draw. "When (Lewis Dunk) gave me that ball, I tried to hit it as hard as possible," Jahanbakhsh said. "The only way to connect with it was just to bicycle kick it, and it went in the right direction. It’s a great feeling to be involved in such important games and I’ve been working hard to get my chance. "It’s been a very tough time for me, but I’m very glad to turn it around in a great game." The 84th-minute bicycle kick lifted Brighton four points clear of the relegation zone. It was a setback for an erratic Chelsea side, with Christian Pulisic wasting chances to extend the lead secured by captain Cesar Azpilicueta in the 10th minute. Chelsea still strengthened its grip on fourth place to five points thanks to Manchester United losing 2-0 at Arsenal but it could have been a greater cushion. Tottenham's top-four chase also had a setback with a 1-0 loss at Southampton. Runaway leader Liverpool is not in action until Thursday against Sheffield United. Leicester is 10 points behind, having played two games more, after Ayoze Perez, James Maddison and Hamza Choudhury scored in a 3-0 win at Newcastle. Manchester City is a point further adrift after beating Everton 2-1 through Garbriel Jesus' two goals. Completing the nine games on New Year's Day, West Ham beat Bournemouth 4-0, Aston Villa won 2-1 at Burnley, Watford overcame Wolverhampton by the same score and Norwich held Crystal Palace 1-1. ARTETA CELEBRATES Mikel Arteta earned his first win as Arsenal manager at his third attempt through first-half goals from Nicolas Pépé and Sokratis Papastathopoulos. After collecting one point from his first two games since replacing Unai Emery, Arteta secured Arsenal's first win at home in the league in three months to guide the north London club up to 10th place. MOYES' WINNING RETURN David Moyes received a lukewarm reception from West Ham fans as he returned to the dugout he vacated in May 2018. They were soon celebrating as Mark Noble scored twice, and Sebastien Haller and Felipe Anderson also netted as the east London club cruised to a victory over Bournemouth in the first game since Manuel Pellegrini's firing. West Ham is two points and two places above the relegation zone. MOURINHO MOANS Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho grumbled about a Southampton coach and VAR after Danny Ings' goal handed Spurs a 1-0 loss. There was also the blow of losing striker Harry Kane to a hamstring injury after he had a possible equalizer ruled out for an offside that riled Mourinho. The Portuguese was booked by referee Mike Dean for going over to the Southampton bench after arguing with goalkeeping coach Andrew Sparkes over apparent time-wasting. “I think the yellow card is fair because I was rude but I was rude to an idiot and for some reason, for some reason I was rude," Mourinho said. "But I was and because I was rude I deserve the yellow card.” VAR FRUSTRATION Villa midfielder Jack Grealish's early header was ruled out at Burnley after a lengthy VAR review determined that striker Wesley's heel was offside in the buildup. But the goal did count when Grealish set up Wesley in the 27th minute before striking powerfully in the top corner himself before halftime. Burnley pulled one back through Chris Wood's header in the 80th but Villa held on to move a point above the relegation zone......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJan 2nd, 2020

US bans PH execs, Palace unfazed

US President Donald Trump has approved Washington’s 2020 budget that includes a provision denying entry to those involved in jailing opposition Senator Leila de Lima—an action that Malacañang says does not bother it......»»

Category: newsSource:  thestandardRelated NewsDec 24th, 2019

Man City beats Leicester, shows stomach for EPL title fight

By Steve Douglas, Associated Press If any team has a chance of stopping Liverpool marching to a first English league title in 30 years, it looks to be Manchester City rather than Leicester. City gave a timely reminder of its champion qualities by coming from a goal behind to beat Leicester 3-1 on Saturday in a match between the teams who are closest to runaway leader Liverpool in the standings. Second-place Leicester stayed 10 points behind Liverpool, which wasn’t in Premier League action this weekend because of its involvement in the Club World Cup in Qatar, and is now only one point ahead of City. On this evidence, it’s City which has the quality to pounce if Liverpool does slip up. The defending champions conceded against the run of play - Jamie Vardy scoring, almost inevitably, on the counterattack for a league-leading 17th goal of the season - but played some breathtaking, high-energy football to hand Leicester its first league defeat in 10 games dating to Oct. 5. “Tonight is a good lesson for us of the work we still need to do to get to the level City are at,” said Leicester manager Brendan Rodgers, who described the match as a “humbling” experience. Riyad Mahrez, who was a constant danger to his former club, equalized with a deflected shot before goals by Ilkay Gundogan - from the penalty spot - and Gabriel Jesus. Kevin De Bruyne was the standout player and set up Jesus' goal with a driving run. Doubts about City’s stomach for a fight after four losses in the first 16 games of its title defense have disappeared after scoring three goals in wins over Arsenal and now Leicester over the past week. “When we lose it is a disaster and impossible, when we win it is possible to catch (Liverpool)," City manager Pep Guardiola said. "If we play like we did tonight we can compete with everyone.” Liverpool has a game in hand over both of its nearest rivals and still hasn't lost a league game this season. NEW COACHES Sat in the stands watching their new teams play out an uninspiring 0-0 draw, Carlo Ancelotti and Mikel Arteta must have realized the scale of the task awaiting them at Everton and Arsenal, respectively. Ancelotti was announced as Everton’s latest manager just an hour before kickoff at Goodison Park, while Arteta was officially hired by Arsenal on Friday. Neither coach picked the starting lineups for Saturday’s game that rarely sparked into life, highlighting both teams’ issues in a season where they have struggled. Ancelotti will take the reins of a side that is in 15th place, just four points above the relegation zone. It’s a situation he isn’t used to, having mostly been in charge of elite European clubs in his illustrious coaching career that includes three Champions League titles. Arteta’s new team won’t be high on confidence, either, down in 11th place in the league and having won just once in 13 games in all competitions since the end of October. UNLIKELY TOP-FOUR BIDS The Premier League is nearly half a season old, and Sheffield United and Wolverhampton Wanderers are still managing to keep up their unlikely bids for Champions League qualification. Sheffield United climbed to fifth place with a 1-0 win at Brighton that preserved its unbeaten away record since returning to the top flight this season. It is six draws and three wins from the team’s nine away games, with United not losing away in the league since January — when it was in the League Championship. Oli McBurnie scored the only goal against Brighton after latching onto a long clearance from goalkeeper Dean Henderson. Wolves are a point and a place behind after rallying for a 2-1 victory at Norwich, with Raul Jimenez scoring the 81st-minute winner. Romain Saiss began the comeback in the 60th after Todd Cantwell opened the scoring for Norwich, which stayed in next-to-last place. Both Sheffield United and Wolves can be overtaken by Tottenham and Manchester United, who play separate games Sunday. VILLA DROPS Southampton climbed out of the relegation zone at the expense of Aston Villa by beating its relegation rival 3-1, thanks to two goals by Danny Ings. The teams started the match level on points. Miguel Almiron finally scored for Newcastle in his 27th game for the club in a 1-0 win over Crystal Palace, in a match between two midtable teams. Burnley scored in the 89th minute to beat Bournemouth 1-0......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsDec 22nd, 2019

Boxing: Filipino-Emirati boxer Fahad Al Bloushi hopes to make Pinoy community proud at Rotunda Rumble 2 in Dubai

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates – Lightweight prospect Fahad Al Bloushi is in high spirits ahead of his highly-awaited professional debut, determined to make not only the whole Emirati nation proud but the sizeable Filipino community here as well. After all, the 23-year-old Dubai-based starlet is proud of his Filipino heritage as he makes his pro bow on Friday’s huge ‘Rotunda Rumble 2’ event, made possible by D4G Promotions in association with Round 10 Boxing Club and MTK Global at Caesars Palace Bluewaters Dubai. “I really worked hard for this, and I hope to make the Filipino community proud too,” said Al Bloushi, whose mother Winona Bicodo, traces her roots to Dingle in the province of Iloilo, one of the more popular tourist destinations in central Philippines. An accomplished amateur who only took the sport seriously in 2015 and represented United Arab Emirates in the Indonesia Asian Games the following year, Al Bloushi said he has embraced his Filipino lineage with open arms. “I’ve been to the Philippines four times. The first time I went was when I was eight years old. The last time was in 2015. I love it there, they are lovely people,” he said, his eyes glowing while reminiscing wonderful memories. One of three active UAE pro boxers aside from the popular Majid Al Naqbi and fellow debutant Sultan Al-Nuaimi, Al Bloushi has vowed to put his best foot forward in the stacked event headlined by world-ranked star Jack Catterall and aired live on ESPN+ in association with Top Rank and on iFL TV worldwide. “I’m excited to get in that ring,” Al Bloushi said. “I’m thankful that I’m turning pro the right way which is in my hometown. I’m ready to put on a show.” Also in action on the bill are fast-rising British phenom Thomas Patrick Ward, Pakistani hero Muhammad Waseem, Indian star Vijender Singh, Kazakhstan sensation Abilkhaiyr Shegaliyev and Irish favorite Rohan Date in what can be considered as a global boxing party in the Middle East. Al Bloushi, however, is keen on getting a fair share of the spotlight. “My short term goal is to be the first Emirati to win a world title belt. For the long term? To be undisputed in two weight divisions,” he concluded......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsNov 18th, 2019

Duterte back from ‘fruitful’ participation in Asean meet –  Palace

President Rodrigo Duterte returned to the country early Tuesday from the 35th Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean) Summit in Bangkok, Thailand, where he called for collective action to address territorial disputes, transnational crimes, trade-related tensions and climate change, Malacañang said on Tuesday. In a statement, the Palace said Duterte had a “fruitful” participation in […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilatimes_netRelated NewsNov 5th, 2019

Arsenal captain Xhaka enraged; Liverpool beats Tottenham

LONDON (AP) — Arsenal and Tottenham scored early before it all started to unravel for the north London clubs in the Premier League on Sunday. Arsenal established a two-goal lead over Crystal Palace before capitulating, conceding twice and seeing its captain appearing to storm off in anger in a 2-2 draw. Tottenham took a shock lead at Anfield but there would be no first away win since January as unbeaten Liverpool fought back to win 2-1 and restore its six-point lead over champion Manchester City at the top. But Manchester United did win on the road for the first time in the league since February, overcoming Norwich 3-1. CAPTAIN RAGES The decision by Arsenal manager Unai Emery to withdraw captain Granit Xhaka in the second half was initially greeted by large cheers. They turned to jeers as Xhaka took his time to leave the field despite the score being level. Xhaka reacted by waving his arms, cupping his ears and seemingly mouthing a profanity twice as he pushed away a handshake from Emery. Xhaka took off his shirt and headed straight down the tunnel. "He's wrong but we are going to speak inside about that situation," Emery told the BBC. "I want to be calm but, really, he was wrong in this action." It had started so well, with goals in the opening nine minutes. Arsenal defensive duo Sokratis Papastathopoulos and David Luiz scored inside 106 seconds. But it started to go wrong in the 32nd minute when Luka Milivojevic netted a penalty that was awarded after a VAR review. Palace winger Wilfried Zaha had initially been booked for diving. "I didn't understand the referee and VAR reaction," Emery said. "For me there is no confusion. It is not a good decision." Jordan Ayew's fourth goal in eight games brought Palace level before further VAR drama as Sokratis was denied a late winner when the review spotted a foul by Calum Chambers moments earlier. LIVERPOOL RECOVERY Liverpool's breakthrough on its way to a sixth European Cup by beating Tottenham in June came when Mousa Sissoko handled after 22 seconds to concede a penalty. Redemption came after 148 days for the French midfielder, and almost as quickly. Sissoko launched a counterattack that was completed by Son Heung-min hitting the bar and Tottenham striker Harry Kane heading in the rebound after 47 seconds. But Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson volleyed in the equalizer seven minutes into the second half. And Mohamed Salah, who netted the early penalty in the Champions League final, was on target again for the spot after Serge Aurier fouled Sadio Mane. Tottenham was left with only 12 points from 10 points in Pochettino's worst start since taking charge in 2014. Liverpool, which was held by Manchester United last weekend, has 28 points from a possible 30 as it chases a first title since 1990. Juergen Klopp's side is six points ahead of Manchester City ahead of the second-place champions' visit to Anfield in two weeks. UNITED DOUBLE For the first time since the opening weekend victory over Chelsea, United scored more than once in a league game. United broke the deadlock through Scott McTominay's low drive and in the process became the first club to score 2,000 Premier League goals. The visitors were then awarded a penalty after a VAR review in the 28th minute, only for Tim Krul to save Marcus Rashford's effort, but the forward made up for it moments later to get his 50th United goal. United missed its second penalty before halftime when Anthony Martial was denied as Krul again guessed correctly to keep his side in the game. It was 3-0 in the 73rd as Martial made up for his penalty miss before Norwich pulled one back in the 88th through halftime substitute Onel Hernandez, who became the first Cuban goalscorer in Premier League history. NEWCASTLE DENIED WIN Wolverhampton, playing its 20th game of the season due to Europa League commitments, trailed to Jamaal Lascelles' first-half header for Newcastle. But the visitors dominated the second half and got their reward when Jonny leveled from close range in the 73rd minute after goalkeeper Martin Dúbravka palmed Matt Doherty's cross into his path. Newcastle had Sean Longstaff sent off in the 82nd for a challenge on Ruben Neves......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsOct 28th, 2019

Palace promises action on Metro Manila water shortage

"We will find ways so the crisis won't worsen. If there is a problem, there is a solution. So I think those people responsible for that will have to do their jobs," presidential spokesman Salvador Panelo said in a radio interview......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsOct 27th, 2019

MTRCB: Abominable off Philippine theaters since Tuesday

“We wish to assure the public that the said movie is already off the Philippine market effective October 15, 2019,” MTRCB chair Rachel Arenas said......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsOct 18th, 2019

Pelikulang Abominable, ipagbawal sa Pinas; MTRCB kinalampag ng solon

Manila, Pihilippines – Ipagbawal ang pelikulang Abominable na ipalabas sa Pilipinas. Ito ang panawagan ni Agusan del Norte Rep. Lawrence Fortun sa MTRCB kahit ito ay nagsimula ng ipalabas sa bansa. “Abominable should be banned, or if it’s already showing in our movie houses, immediately stopped.” Dapat aniyang ipanawagan ng MTRCB na iboykot ang pelikulang […] The post Pelikulang Abominable, ipagbawal sa Pinas; MTRCB kinalampag ng solon appeared first on REMATE ONLINE......»»

Category: newsSource:  remateRelated NewsOct 17th, 2019

Jean Garcia mala-Angelina Jolie sa ‘Watch Me Kill’

IBANG klaseng si Jean Garcia ang napanood namin sa pelikulang “Watch Me Kill,” isa sa mga entry sa 2019 Pista ng Pelikulang Pilipino na mapapanood na sa mga sinehan simula ngayong araw, Sept. 13. Isa itong psychological thriller-action-drama na binigyan ng MTRCB ng R16 classification dahil na rin sa tema at mga violent scenes ng […] The post Jean Garcia mala-Angelina Jolie sa ‘Watch Me Kill’ appeared first on Bandera......»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsSep 12th, 2019

Rody defends Panelo amid GCTA mess

President Rodrigo Duterte on Wednesday night defended Presidential spokesman Salvador Panelo following the spokesman’s action on the request of the family of convicted murderer-rapist Antonio Sanchez to give a favorable recommendation on his former client’s plea for executive clemency. In a Palace press briefing, Duterte stressed that Panelo did not violate the law when he […] The post Rody defends Panelo amid GCTA mess appeared first on Daily Tribune......»»

Category: newsSource:  tribuneRelated NewsSep 4th, 2019

Goal transformed into art: Wenger lauds Giroud's 'scorpion'

ROB HARRIS, AP Global Soccer Writer br /> LONDON (AP) — With Alexis Sanchez's cross floating into the penalty area behind him, Olivier Giroud only had one choice: A back-heeled overhead flick. 'I was a bit lucky but it was the only thing I could do,' Giroud said. 'The ball was behind me and I tried to hit it with a back heel.' The ball hit the underside of the crossbar, came down and went over the line to produce one of the most exceptional goals witnessed by Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger. 'That could be remembered as the 'Giroud goal' that nobody forgets,' Wenger said after Arsenal's 2-0 victory over Crystal Palace in the English Premier League. 'Olivier transformed that goal into art,' Wenger added. 'Art because of the surprise, because the beauty of the movement and because the efficiency of the movement — the ball went in.' Giroud's previous touch before the 'scorpion strike' was also a back-heeled flick — the fourth touch in a flowing move launched by Arsenal inside its own half. Giroud squared to Granit Xhaka, who released Alex Iwobi to continue the advance before threading the ball through to Sanchez. Giroud then completed the counterattack in an exquisite manner in the 18th minute. 'It was an exceptional goal because it was at the end of a fantastic collective movement which our game is about,' Wenger said. 'After that it was a reflex. Any goal scorer is ready to take any part of his body to score a goal.' And when such a goal is executed so perfectly, it can light up a stadium — even on a rainy, freezing day. '(Giroud) brings the unexpected and we all come to football to get the unexpected,' Wenger said. Inevitably it overshadowed Iwobi's 56th-minute header which enabled the hosts to relax against a Palace side one place above the relegation zone. The victory took Arsenal above Manchester City into third place, nine points behind leader Chelsea. Tottenham also took advantage of City losing at Liverpool on Saturday by beating Watford to go into the fourth Champions League place. ___ WATFORD 1, TOTTENHAM 4 Harry Kane and Dele Alli both scored twice as Tottenham won a fourth consecutive match ahead of Wednesday's game against Chelsea. 'Chelsea arrive in very good shape - us too after the last few games,' Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino said. 'It will be a very tough game and a great opportunity for us to try to stop them and try to reduce the gap. 'It's important, I think it's important for us and for the Premier League to try to win and try to stop them and reduce the gap.' Kane has now scored 59 goals in 100 league games, while Alli has 18 from 51 games. Younes Kaboul scored the stoppage-time consolation for Watford. ___ MONDAY'S GAMES In the packed festive program, 12 teams who played on Friday or Saturday are back in action on Monday. Liverpool can trim Chelsea's lead with a victory at relegation-threatened Sunderland, Manchester City hosts Burnley, Manchester United is at West Ham, Everton takes on Southampton, struggling champion Leicester plays at Middlesbrough and Hull faces West Bromwich Albion. .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJan 2nd, 2017

Chelsea gets 13th straight win, Liverpool maintains pursuit

ROB HARRIS, AP Global Soccer Writer br /> LIVERPOOL, England (AP) — Chelsea fought off a dogged Stoke for a record-equaling 13th successive Premier League win as Liverpool maintained its pursuit of the leaders with a victory over Manchester City. Thanks to Saturday's 4-2 win, Chelsea will enter the second half of the season holding a six-point advantage over Liverpool in Antonio Conte's first season in charge of the London club. Juergen Klopp is also satisfied with Liverpool's progress as he looks to deliver the club's first title since 1990 by chasing down Chelsea over the next 19 games. 'Can you imagine how annoying it is when you have won 13 games in a row and another team is only six points behind,' Klopp said after Liverpool's 1-0 win over City. 'It is unbelievably difficult this league.' It was Pep Guardiola with little to celebrate on New Year's Eve as City slipped 10 points behind leader Chelsea. ___ CHELSEA 4, STOKE 2 Chelsea has emulated Arsenal's 2002 side by reeling off 13 wins in a row in the same season and it's thanks to Willian's double. Goals from Gary Cahill and Willian were canceled out by Stoke duo Bruno Martins Indi and Peter Crouch. When Willian put Chelsea in front for a third time in the 65th minute, Stoke could find no way back this time and Diego Costa added a fourth. 'When you win a lot there is a great danger to be satisfied, to be relaxed, to think, 'OK, but we won a lot in the past, now if arrive the draw, if we don't lose, if we don't win it's not important,'' Conte said. 'No. My players showed me great will, great will to fight, great will to win, great will to take this great achievement for us. I'm pleased for them and they deserved this. I'm their coach, but they deserved this.' ___ LIVERPOOL 1, MAN CITY 0 Georginio Wijnaldum's eighth-minute header secured Liverpool's fourth successive league win. Wijnaldum will take the plaudits for providing his second goal of the season, but Adam Lallana's contribution underscored how the midfielder is an essential ingredient in the title bid. It was Lallana's seventh assist of the season — he has also scored seven — that set up Wijnaldum. The Dutch midfielder climbed above City defender Aleksandar Kolarov to meet Lallana's well-placed cross from the left flank before planting a header beyond goalkeeper Claudio Bravo. 'It was kind of a wild game,' Klopp said. 'It was intense. It's not about having a philosophy, it's about adapting to the quality of the opponent and in this case we needed to defend from a compact formation.' ___ MAN UNITED 2, MIDDDLESBROUGH 1 Anthony Martial and Paul Pogba scored late goals in the 85th and 86th minutes to rescue a fifth successive win for Jose Mourinho's United. Grant Leadbitter had given Middlesbrough the lead but United gave the watching former manager Alex Ferguson the perfect 75th birthday gift. 'If the fans remember this not just for Sir Alex's birthday but for the kind of performance we had, I think it's a great tribute,' Mourinho said. United's in-house television channel received a shock after the game when nine-time Olympic Usain Bolt called in with his analysis. ___ LEICESTER 1, WEST HAM 0 Leicester moved six points clear of the relegation zone on Saturday after the struggling champions ended a three-game winless streak courtesy of Islam Slimani's header. Leicester moved up one spot to 15th. ___ SWANSEA 0, BOURNEMOUTH 3 Swansea's miserable form continued in the first game following Bob Bradley's firing. Benik Afobe and Ryan Fraser scored first-half goals and substitute Josh King completed a comfortable win for Bournemouth in the 88th minute. ___ SOUTHAMPTON 1, WEST BROM 2 In the final five minutes of the first half, Shane Long put Southampton ahead and Matt Phillips equalized. But Hal Robson-Kanu struck a second-half winner for West Bromwich Albion before Southampton defender Virgil van Dijk was sent off in the 88th for bringing down striker Salomon Rondon. ___ BURNLEY 4, SUNDERLAND 1 Burnley moved closer to mid-table safety powered by Andre Gray's hat trick against relegation-threatened Sunderland. ___ SUNDAY'S GAMES Fourth-placed Arsenal and fifth-placed Tottenham are both in action on New Year's Day. Tottenham is at Watford before Arsenal hosts Crystal Palace. .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJan 1st, 2017

President Duterte honors wounded-in-action soldiers at Palace dinner - Manila Bulletin

President Duterte honors wounded-in-action soldiers at Palace dinner - Manila Bulletin.....»»

Category: newsSource:  googlenewsRelated NewsAug 30th, 2016