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  1. Grabe yung lindol ngayon Stay safe guys.
  2. JUST IN | Kasalukuyang nakakulong sa Padre Algue Police Community Precinct ang internet personality na si Xander Ford. Inaresto si Xander kaugnay sa reklamong physical at sexual assault sa kanya ng kanyang ex-girlfriend. RELATED STORY: https://b****y/2KRAcqP ?: screenshot from Star Image Artist Management
  3. Sobrang lakas ng pa sabog at buti safe ibang ofw na pinoy dun Watch.. Grabe nakakatakot. Nangyare ang explosion sa port ng lebanon.
  4. Jmrie_

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    Magbibigay ng $5000 o halos P250,000 ang aktor na si Ryan Reynolds sa sinumang makapagbabalik sa nawawalang teddy bear ng isang Pinay sa Canada. Pag-aari ito ni Mara Soriano. Mahalaga raw ito sa kanya dahil nasa loob nito ang recorded message ng pumanaw niyang ina.
  5. NBA TV Philippines, the ultimate NBA channel for Filipino NBA fans is now available on Cignal starting July 31! Watch live NBA games everyday, in-depth analysis, on-court highlights, off-court stories, and many more! NBA TV Philippines Ch. 262 HD is available for Postpaid Plans 520 and up and Prepaid Loads 600 and up. Ch. 96 SD is available for Prepaid Loads 450 and up. Also available as a Cignal and SatLite channel add-on for P200/month! Source: #FBPageCignalTV
  6. Mahigit 80,000 na ang kumpirmadong kaso ng COVID-19 sa bansa. Ang 52,406 na kaso mula rito ay active cases, ayon sa DOH. Para sa iba pang detalye, basahin: https://b****y/32WhJAs
  7. MANILA, Philippines — Kinontra kahapon ni Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque ang sinabi ni Health Secretary Francisco Duque III na nasa second wave na ng COVID-19 pandemic ang bansa. Ayon kay Roque, nasa first wave pa lamang ang Pilipinas at nagsimula ito noong dumating ang tatlong Chinese mula Wuhan na positibo sa COVID-19. “Kapag sinabi nating ‘wave’, ano ba iyan sa Tagalog? Iyan po ay alon: Ang alon tumataas, bumababa. Kung titingnan ninyo po ang wave ng graph ng mga kaso dito sa Pilipinas, nagsimula po ang first wave natin nang duma­ting iyong tatlong Tsino na mayroon na pong kasong COVID-19. Pero hindi po community acquired iyan, ganoon pa man, diyan po nagsi­mula ang first wave,” sabi ni Roque. Nagpatuloy aniya ang first wave simula Enero at lumobo pa ito hanggang Marso hanggang unti-unting bumaba pero hindi pa ganap na na-flatten ang “curve” kaya wala pa tayo sa “second wave.” Inihayag ni Roque na galing sa mga dalubhasa ang kanyang pahayag na taliwas sa kakaibang interpretasyon ni Sec. Duque..
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  11. Tropical Depression Ambo is expected to bring cloudy skies, rains, and thunderstorms over the Philippines in the next 24 hours, state weather bureau PAGASA said Sunday afternoon. In its 4 p.m. weather bulletin, PAGASA said Ambo was last seen 605 kilometers east of Davao City or 555 kilometers east of Hinatuan, with maximum sustained winds of up to 45 kilometers per hour (kph) and gustiness of up to 55 kph. Ambo is moving west-northwest at 15 kph. Also, the trough of the tropical depression was forecast to bring cloudy skies with scattered rain showers and thunderstorms over Caraga, Davao Region, SOCCSKSARGEN, and Maguindanao. Meanwhile, localized thunderstorms are expected to bring partly cloudy to cloudy skies with isolated rain showers over Metro Manila and the rest of the country. PAGASA advised the public to prepare for possible flash floods or landslides due to severe thunderstorms. Further, the state weather bureau said light to moderate winds and slight to moderate coastal water conditions will prevail in Northern and Central Luzon as well as the rest of the country, while moderate to strong winds with moderate to rough waters should be expected in the eastern section of Mindanao. —Julia Mari Ornedo/LBG, GMA News Src_ https://www.gmanetwork.com/news/scitech/weather/737603/tropical-depression-ambo-to-bring-rains-over-entire-philippines/story/
  12. ABS-CBN: Philippines' biggest broadcaster forced off air The Philippines' top broadcaster has gone off air after it was ordered by the media regulator to stop operations. ABS-CBN said it had been told it could continue broadcasting while it waited for Congress to renew its licence, which expired on Monday. But the regulator said it must stop on Tuesday. The channel has in the past angered President Rodrigo Duterte, who correspondents say is well-known for silencing media critics. Just before its main channel went dark, Chairman Mark Lopez told viewers: "It's painful for us that we are being shut down, but it's also painful for millions of our countrymen who believe that our service is important to them." In an earlier statement, ABS-CBN said it would stop operations on Tuesday evening to comply with the order from the National Telecommunications Commission, and urged lawmakers in Congress, the lower house of parliament, to renew its franchise. "We trust that the government will decide on our franchise with the best interest of the Filipino people in mind, recognising ABS-CBN's role and efforts in providing the latest news and information during these challenging times," the channel said in a statement. President Duterte has been engaged in a long-running feud with ABS-CBN, after the channel angered him during the 2016 presidential election by refusing to broadcast his campaign ads. Opposition lawmakers say the suspension order undermines the fight against the coronavirus outbreak, which has infected more than 9,600 people in the country and killed more than 600. "This shutdown order goes against public welfare," Senator Risa Hontiveros said in a statement. Antonio Albano, vice-chairman of the lower chamber's committee on legislative franchises, said Congress would order the telecoms body to explain its action. "We are up in arms against this," he told DZMM radio, adding that only Congress could grant or revoke the franchise. Media watchdogs describe the move as a serious blow to press freedom. "Ordering ABS-CBN to stop its operations is an outrageous attack on media freedom... The Filipino people need accurate information from independent sources. The government must act immediately to keep ABS-CBN on air and cease all attempts to curtail media freedom," Amnesty International's Philippines section director Butch Olano said in a statement. "This latest move against ABS-CBN occurs after repeated attacks in the past against the network by President Duterte himself. It is yet another attack on freedom of expression in recent weeks, following the authorities' legal threats against people who criticised the government's response to the pandemic." Founded in 1953, the media conglomerate employs some 11,000 people; it owns radio and television stations nationwide, and distributes online content. Src:https://www.bbc.com/news/amp/world-asia-52548703
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