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Plenty of US presidencies have been family affairs

Barron with Melania and Donald Trump - Truman Balcony - White Hous - 17 April 2017

WASHINGTON — Donald Trump is far from the first president to enlist his children and in-laws in the work of the White House. Look back through history, and it turns out that plenty of presidencies have been a family affair. Eighteen sons served in their fathers’ White Houses, most of them with the title of […]

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Policewoman tied to Abu Sayyaf face more raps over guns, explosives

Policewoman tied to Abu Sayyaf face more raps over guns, explosives

More charges are being prepared against alleged Abu Sayyaf conduit, Supt. Maria Cristina Nobleza, following the discovery of firearms, ammunition and bomb-making components inside her house in Malaybalay City in Bukidnon. The Northern Mindanao Police Office said in a report that a composite team of policemen and soldiers raided Nobleza’s house at Pine Hills in Barangay Casisang in Malaybalay City on Monday and recovered an M-16 rifle and ammunition magazines, a loaded .45-pistol with seven cartridges, and components for an improvised explosive device such as a timer, blasting cap, a tester and a nine-volt battery.

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US sets up missile defense in South Korea as North shows power

US military vehicle in South Korea - 26 April 2017

SEOUL, South Korea — In a defiant bit of timing, South Korea announced Wednesday that key parts of a contentious US missile defense system had been installed a day after rival North Korea showed off its military power. The South’s trumpeting of progress on setting up the Terminal High-Altitude Area Defense system, or THAAD, comes […]

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John Lloyd Cruz gives an update on reunion movie with Sarah Geronimo

042517-JLC_PUSHMAIN.jpgIsa ang Kapamilya actor na si John Lloyd Cruz sa pinrangalan ng Presidential Jury Award for Best Film Performance sa katatapos lang na 15th Gawad Tanglaw Awards.

Kinilala ang galing ni John Lloyd para sa kanyang pag ganap sa mga pelikulang Honor thy Father, Hele Sa Hiwagang Hapis at Ang Babaeng Humayo.

“Sa panahon po ngayon bibihira na ang nagbibigay panahon sa mga ginagawa natin, kaya masarap sadyain at puntahan ng personal ang mga pagkilala gaya nito,” bungad ni John Lloyd.

Bukod dito nakatakda na din na ipalabas sa mga susunod na buwan ang isa sa mga inaabangang balik tambalan nila sa pelikula ni Sarah Geronimo.

Kuwento ni JL malaking pagbabago at adjustment ang pinagdaanan nilang muli ni Sarah sa kanilang maituturing na reunion movie after ng You Changed My Life noong 2009.

“Malaking pagbabago yan (laugh) para kasi kaming nangangapa ni Sarah, I mean it’s a reunion film sa amin ni Sarah, pero wala yung isang partner in crime namin wala si Direk Cathy and ibang iba experience naman ang na-eenjoy namin kay Direk Ted Boborol,” sabi ng aktor.

“Napaka bago nung naibibigay at naibabahagi sa amin ni Direk Ted kaya enjoy kami sa shoot hindi ko alam kung mabilis lang ba talaga lumipas ang panahon ngayon pero siguro iba lang ang captain namin ngayon, iba yung style, iba din yung kumpas niya sa amin, so bagong bago ang experience sa amin ni Sarah,” dagdag pa niya.

Samantala, naibahagi din ni John Lloyd na bukas din siya sa mga posibilidad ng pag gawa muli ng teleserye kung ito ang ipagkakaloob sa kanya ng management ng ABS-CBN.

“Alam niyo this is my last year sa contract ko, so gusto kong masulit yung buong taon at gusto ko ma prioritize kung ano man ang ipagkakatiwala sa atin ng management,” ani John Lloyd.

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Venezuela threatens to exit OAS as pressure on Maduro mounts

Protester in Caracas in Venezuela - 24 April 2017

CARACAS, Venezuela — Venezuela is threatening to pull out of the Organization of American States as the socialist government’s response to political unrest that has been blamed for 26 deaths in recent weeks draws rebuke from the hemisphere’s major powers. Foreign Minister Delcy Rodriguez said on state TV late Tuesday that she had been instructed […]

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China launches first domestically-made aircraft carrier

China's first locally made aircraft carrier in Dalian - 26 April 2017

BEIJING — China has launched its first aircraft carrier built entirely on its own, in a demonstration of the growing technical sophistication of its defense industries and determination to safeguard its maritime territorial claims and crucial trade routes. The 50,000-ton carrier was towed from its dockyard just after 9 a.m. Wednesday following a ceremony in […]

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Policewoman, Abu suspect married in Muslim rites – police official

Policewoman, Abu suspect married in Muslim rites - police official

Supt. Maria Cristina Nobleza and suspected Abu Sayyaf member Renierlo Dongon are not just lovers. They are married since tying the knot in Muslim rites several years ago, according to Chief Supt. Noli Taliño, director of the Police Regional Office in Central Visayas (PRO-7). “Dongon himself admitted that they are married. Superintendent Nobleza converted to Islam so they could tie the knot,” he said on Wednesday.

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