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Slain Cavite vice mayor laid to rest; wife eyes politics behind killing

THOUSANDS of supporters and residents of Trece Martires, Cavite bid farewell to slain Vice Mayor Alexander Lubigan. Prior to the funeral march on Sunday, a mass was held before a horse-drawn carriage transported the casket of Lubigan to the Saint Jude Memorial Park where he was buried. Supporters and residents of Lubigan lined the road […]

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No culture of impunity in PH – PNP chief

Amid the series of killings of local officials, Philippine National Police (PNP) chief Director General Oscar Albayalde said there is no culture of impunity in the country. “I don’t think there’s a sense of impunity here in our country. It’s probably unfair if we say that there is a feeling or sense of impunity,” Albayalde […]

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Pulse Asia: Majority of Filipinos oppose shift to federalism

MAJORITY of Filipinos are opposed to a shift to federalism, according to a recent Pulse Asia survey. The survey on 1,800 respondents from June 15 to 21 said 62 percent were not in favor, 28 percent were in favor while 10 percent were uncertain. At the same time, the survey said that 69 percent had […]

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Ozamiz Councilor Ardot Parojinog may be sent back to PH in August

Ozamiz City Councilor Ricardo “Ardot” Parojinog captured in Taiwan. Photo from the Office of the Chief PNP

Ozamiz City Councilor Ricardo “Ardot” Parojinog may be sent back to the Philippines in August once his sentence is shortened for his illegal entry case in Taiwan, a Philippine National Police (PNP) official said Monday.

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British PM facing potential pincer movement on Brexit

LONDON: Prime Minister Theresa May faces potentially highly damaging attacks from both sides in parliament this week over plans for Britain’s future trading relationship with the EU after Brexit. In a series of votes, May could come under attack from arch-Brexiteers in her own Conservative Party who think her plans have watered down Brexit and […]

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Thai cave rescue divers given diplomatic immunity – report

Thai cave rescue divers given diplomatic immunity – report

Sydney, Australia – Two Australian divers who helped extract the young football team trapped in a Thai cave obtained diplomatic immunity before the rescue in case it failed, national broadcaster ABC reported Monday.

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Vice News

Sandra Oh’s Emmy Nomination Is About So Much More Than an Award

It is a bittersweet joy to recognize that space is finally being made for Asian women on screen.


Experts Explain Why ‘Doin’ it for the Gram’ Makes Us Do Dumb Things

“As everything becomes a reality show, we forget that reality shows are actually staged, and we think that daily life is a reality show when it’s not.”


How ‘Lofi Hip Hop Radio to Relax/Study to’ Became a Youtube Phenomenon

The infinitely looped clips of anime set to chill-ass beats have millions of devoted followers. Why?


Immigration

Time to Walk with the Dragon
SUCCESS Foundation’s annual fundraising event Walk with the Dragon, is returning to Lumberman’s Arch in Stanley Park on Sunday, July 15, 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Since its launch in 1986, the SUCCESS Walk with the Dragon has become one of Vancouver’s most popular community-based fundraising events. More than 5,000 people participate every year by […]


Magic just part of engineer Shellen Wang’s bag of tricks
Toronto-based engineering student Shellen Wang is a man of many talents, including among other visual and aural delights, the ability to pull a rabbit out of a hat. The Beijing native arrived in Toronto in August 2014 to complete high school and enter the faculty of engineering at the University of Toronto. He is soon […]


Things to do in Canada in Summer: Ontario + Quebec attractions
Ontario is the most populated province in Canada, so as you can imagine, there are plenty of things to see and do this summer. Equally, when it comes to Quebec, while most visitors head for the two main cities, Montreal and Quebec City, there is plenty to explore throughout the entire province: historical sites, cultural institutions, […]


Sports

Trout still setting the standard in AL through first half

At the All-Star break last year, Chris Sale looked as if he might pull away in the American League Cy Young race. He already had 178 strikeouts with only 22 walks.


Best images of the 2018 FIFA World Cup™ featuring the Chainsmokers | 2018 FIFA World Cup™

Re-live the best moments from the 2018 FIFA World Cup™ featuring a song by the Chainsmokers.


Grizzlies sign second-round pick Carter to multiyear deal
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) The Memphis Grizzlies have signed second-round pick Jevon Carter to a multiyear deal.


Angels prospect Jo Adell scores go-ahead run for Team USA in All-Star Futures Game

Adell tallied a double, run and RBI in Sunday’s game


Rays fall in 10th to Twins after Brian Dozier belts walk-off grand slam

The Tampa Bay Rays end the first half of the season at 49-47 after a thrilling extra-innings loss to the Minnesota Twins.


Jim Riggleman knows he has a special player in Jose Peraza

Jim Riggleman knows he has a special player in Peraza, after Peraza sets Reds franchise Records.