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Five Airport Police in NAIA charged with negligence resulting to homicide

Ninoy Aquino National Airport

Five airport police in Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) was charged with negligence resulting to homicide by the Pasay City police last Monday after an incident resulting to a death of a US Navy Officer Last December. The charges were pursued after the wife of the victim submitted an affidavit according to Senior Superintendent Napoleon … Read more

Japan Prime Minister Naoto Kan refuses to step down from its position

Prime Minister Naoto Kan

“I intend to firmly fulfill my duty until that time comes” these are the words of Japan Prime Minister Naoto Kan after he refused the call for his resignation. Last weekend foreign minister Seij Maehara stepped down after the funding scandal issue. This instance has added to the impression of a government disorder. But Prime … Read more

Endangered Monk Seal rescued in South Western Aegean Sea

Meditteranean Monk Seal

A two month old Mediterranean monk seal was rescued by conservationist last February 7, 2011. The monk seal was found in the south western Aegean Sea while the research team from Mom/ Hellenic Society for the study and protection are having their monitoring in a seal colony. “The pup was very weak when the researcher … Read more

Filipino Pride: “Largest Pipe Drum Ensemble” set by Maynilad

Maynilad officials

Last January 31 another momentous event happened which made the whole Filipino citizen proud when our very own Maynilad Water Services, Inc. (Maynilad) made world history by setting a new Guinness World Record. Using water pipes Maynilad officials came out to an idea to play out a rhythm of beats in blending which earned them … Read more

Nonito Donaire will be awarded as top boxer in Elorde Awards

Nonito Donaire

Boxing analyst predicted Nonito Donaire as the next to follow the footstep of Manny Pacquiao as the Filipino idol after he was recognized as one of the top boxers of the past year during the 11th Gabriel “Flash” Elorde Memorial Boxing awards and Banquet of champions on March 25 at the Ballroom of the Sofitel … Read more

Soros said: “Oil must be shared with the citizens”

Mr. George Soros

“Revulsion against the corruption” fed by the misuse of oil money. Mr. Soros said that this is the reason why Revolution is happening in Libya right now. He added that there was a need for more transparency and accountability from other producers such as Russia and Saudi Arabia. Iranian regime would be overthrown in the … Read more

Slumdog Millionaire Actress Rubina Ali lost their house

Stars of the Oscar winning film Slumdog Millionaire

Actress of the Oscar winning 2008 film “Slumdog Millionaire” Rubina Ali lost their house in a fire leaving her family homeless. This incident happened late on Friday near railway tracks where Ali continued to live and hundreds of tenements were swept away by the fire. Rubina Ali gained her international fame when she was chosen … Read more

China increase spending 12.7 percent to boost their defense

Peoples Liberation Army

In relation to the closer military cooperation between the U.S., Japan and South Korea, China boost up their military defense by spending 12.7 percent this year. This action of China has alarmed its neighboring countries and the United States. Military and political leaders said that china’s lack of transparency and cooperation is a big threat … Read more

Iraqi’s protest against their government

Protesters in Baghdad

Despite of the vehicle ban imposed by the government of Baghdad, still hundreds of Iraqi people went to Baghdad’s Liberation square last Friday to protest against their government and demand for the improvement of government services, better payment for people and end the corruption in Iraq. It is the second straight Friday in a row … Read more

No survivors left from earthquake in New Zealand

New Zealand Earthquake

Relief officials who lead the rescue team said that there are no more survivors left of the earthquake in Christ church, New Zealand. After the 6.3 magnitude earthquake that strikes the country and struck the Christchurch, it is now being searched for bodies that have been possibly stocked inside. Official death toll is now 161 … Read more