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Sunday, 23 August 2015

Banner stories of Philippine TV Network plus PAG-ASA Weather Updates


ABS-CBN, GMA NETWORK, NEWS 5 EVERYWHERE Headlines

  1. ABS-CBN NEWS| Typhoon 'Ineng' ravages PH, heads towards Japan
    (UPDATED) A weakened Typhoon Ineng was headed towards Japan on Sunday, after battering Northern Luzon leaving at least 10 dead, and causing thousands of people to be evacuated off Taiwan's east coast.
  2. GMA NETWORK|
    •  3 bodies recovered; 13 miners still missing in Benguet landslide.
    • Arroyo camp hopes SC will allow bail after Enrile decision
    • Lawmakers want hearings on Customs plan to inspect balikbayan boxes
    • Ang tinig ng pananampalataya at pag-asa ni April Boy Regino
    • No politics in Roxas' attendance at El Shaddai event, lawmaker says
  3. NEWS 5| 
    • BoC told to explain P446-M X-ray machines program amid furor over balibayan box opening
    • OFWs' online petition vs Customs' random inspection of Balikbayan boxes gains
    • Despite ailments, Enrile was working before detention, Katrina tells critics of bail grant
    • Typhoon Ineng to leave PAR Monday morning – Pagasa
    • S. Korea slams North over submarine, artillery deployments
    • SURPRISE! Panda in US gives birth to twins

PAG-ASA News and Weather 

Hourly Update on INENG

As of 10 PM today 23 August 2015, Typhoon INENG (GONI) was located based on all available data at  525 km northeast of Basco, Batanes (24.8°N, 124.0°E).

Tropical Cyclone Update
Issued at 11:00 p.m., 23 August 2015
Typhoon “INENG” has intensified and is now moving towards the southern island of Japan.

As of 4 PM today 23 August 2015, Typhoon INENG (GONI) was located based on all available data at  430 km northeast of Basco, Batanes (24.0°N, 123.6°E).

Tropical Cyclone Update
Issued at 5:00 p.m., 23 August 2015
Typhoon “INENG” has maintained its strength as it continues to move away from the country.

Philippine News Agency Today's Headlines 

More flights cancelled due to typhoon “Ineng”
By Azer N. Parrocha
MANILA, Aug. 23 (PNA) -- A total of 11 flights were cancelled on Sunday due to bad weather brought about by typhoon “Ineng”, the Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) said on its latest advisory.

LTFRB to apprehend TNVS without provisional authority
MANILA, Aug. 23 (PNA) -- A Transportation Network Vehicle Service (TNVS) without a provisional authority (PA) will be apprehended, a transport official clarified on Sunday.

(Update) 207 passengers still stranded due to typhoon “Ineng”
MANILA, Aug. 23 (PNA) -- Rough sea condition caused by typhoon “Ineng” stranded a total of 207 seagoing passengers in various ports nationwide, the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) said as of 4 p.m. Sunday.

Senators to BOC: “Explain directive to open Balikbayan boxes”
By Jelly F. Musico
MANILA, Aug. 23 (PNA) – Senators on Sunday asked the Bureau of Customs (BOC) to explain its new regulation to randomly open the balikbayan boxes particularly those sent by the overseas Filipino workers.

Concerns of OFWs regarding handling of balikbayan boxes by Customs will reach President Aquino, says Palace official
MANILA, Aug 23 (PNA) -- Malacañang assured overseas Filipino workers (OFW) on Sunday that their issues regarding the Bureau of Customs' (BOC) handling of their balikbayan boxes would be brought to the attention of President Benigno S. Aquino III.

Supreme Court ruling on two frat boys shows Anti-Hazing Law has ‘teeth’ —Palace
MANILA, Aug. 23 (PNA) -- The Supreme Court verdict upholding the conviction of two fraternity members charged in the death of a University of the Philippines Los Baños student in 2006 shows that Republic Act No. 8049 or the Anti-Hazing Law is working, Malacañang said Sunday.
APEC hosting means more economic benefits for PHL, says official
MANILA, Aug. 23 (PNA) -- The country's hosting of this year's Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Summit would mean a lot of economic benefits for the Philippines in the long term, the head of the APEC 2015 National Organizing Council said in an interview.

President Aquino to look into OFWs’ complaints on BOC’s new directive to open balikbayan boxes -- Palace
By Jelly F. Musico
MANILA, Aug. 23 (PNA) – Malacanang on Sunday assured that President Benigno Aquino III will look into the feedbacks and complaints received by the Bureau of Customs (BOC) regarding the bureau’s new regulation to randomly open balikbayan boxes in a bid to curb smuggling in the country.

US outraged with China’s runway construction in South China Sea
MOSCOW, Aug. 23 (PNA/Sputnik) -- While China finishes the construction of a landing strip for humanitarian purposes on its artificial island in the Spratly Islands archipelago in the South China Sea, the US is fiercely accusing the country of militarization of the area.

Young people ask to join army as DPRK's top leader orders troops to enter state of war -- KCNA
PYONGYANG, Aug. 23 (PNA/Xinhua) -- More than one million young people are petitioning for joining the army to defend their country after Kim Jong Un, the top leader of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK), ordered the country's frontline troops to enter a state of war Friday, the official news agency KCNA reported early Sunday morning.

Update: 7 killed in aircraft crash in south Britain
LONDON, Aug. 23 (PNA/Xinhua) -- An aircraft crashed in an airshow in west Sussex, south Britain on Saturday, leaving seven people died and several others injured, local media reported.

S. Korea, DPRK to resume high-level contact Sunday afternoon
SEOUL, Aug. 23 (PNA/Xinhua) -- South Korea and the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) will resume the ongoing high-level emergency contact Sunday afternoon, the South Korean presidential office said.

U.S. pledges commitment to South Korea's defense amid border tensions on Korean peninsula
WASHINGTON, Aug. 23 (PNA/Xinhua) -- The Pentagon said Saturday that its military leader pledged "unwavering commitment" of the United States to South Korea's defense.

Typhoon 'Ineng' accelerates further; is expected to exit PAR Sunday evening --PAGASA
MANILA, Aug. 23 (PNA) -- Typhoon "Ineng" has accelerated further as it continues to move in a north-northeast direction and is expected to exit the country by Sunday evening, the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) said.

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Philippine News Agency
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