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November 05, Philippine NewsTopic 2016

News Highlight: Albuera Mayor Rolando Espinosa was shot dead.

Business
  • Max's Group Inc. posted a net income of P380.56 million in the first nine months of 2016, up three percent from P368.86 million a year earlier.

  • The Rizal Commercial Banking Corp. saw its net income drop by 3.8 percent to P3.50 billion in the first nine months of 2016 from P3.64 billion last year.

Campaign Against Drugs: Albuera Mayor Rolando Espinosa was shot dead
  • "Hindi rin po natin masasabi na porke't nag-[voluntary] surrender si Mayor (Espinosa) ay masasabi na po natin na hindi na niya kayang gawin ang ginawa niya sa amin." — Chief Inspector Leo Laraga, head of the provincial CIDG group in Northern Leyte

  • "We will conduct a proper investigation. 'Wag po kayong mag-alala, ang taumbayan. Kung kayo ay nangangamba na magkaroon ng whitewash ang investigation... Sisiguraduhin natin na malinis, na impartial investigation." — PNP chief Director General Ronald dela Rosa

  • Albuera Mayor Rolando Espinosa was shot dead inside his cell by unknown assailant at Baybay City Provincial Jail. Nanlaban umano sa mga pulis na magsisilbi ng search warrant sa loob ng Jail.

  • Guns, drugs recovered from Albuera Mayor Espinosa's cell

  • Leyte provincial administrator Edgardo CordeƱo said the hard drive containing CCTV footage of the jail was nowhere to be found.

  • Members of the Criminal Investigation and Detection Group Region 8 had to use a bolt cutter to enter the facility as jail guards supposedly "refused to honor the warrant issued by the court."

  • Netizens believe Albuera Mayor Espinosa was 'murdered'

  • Senator Panfilo Lacson on said he seeks the resumption of the Senate's investigation into alleged extrajudicial killings following the killing of Albuera, Mayor Rolando Espinosa inside a provincial jail.

President Rodrigo Roa Duterte
  • "In the plane everybody was asleep, snoring and somebody whispered to me, huwag kang magmura uli kasi ihulog ko ‘yung eroplano. Alam mo mga buang naniwala rin."

  • "Kasi sabi ko nga, ang paborito ko sa Davao, magbiro ng kung ano-ano, tapos sabihin, ha? Ganun-ganun, tapos bawiin ko, eh maniwala ka pala. Ka ugok mo eh."

  • Duterte challenged critics to lay alternative solution for anti-drugs campaign. President also opened-up a huge movement against his administration.

Government News
  • "Every income I receive in boxing, almost half of it goes to the less fortunate. But I don't like to announce it." — Sen. Manny Pacquiao
  • "We have no statement. There is no threat of any coup whatsoever and the President has said this many times before." — high-ranking official of the AFP
  • Bong Revilla is now undergoing several tests and will be under observation at the hospital, according to Lani Mercado.
  • Detained Sen. Ramon "Bong" Revilla Jr. was rushed to the hospital after vomits and headache
  • High profile inmate Jaybee Sebastian filed numerous cases against Sen. Laila De Lima
  • Implementation of the Graphic Health Warning Law.
  • It’s been 17 years, but the terror still lives on in the hearts of the people who survived the gruesome incident.
  • Misuari was welcomed in MalacaƱang by President Rodrigo Duterte, whose administration pursues an end to the decades-long separatist rebellion in Mindanao.
  • Senator Panfilo Lacson criticized the call of MNLF founding chairman Nur Misuari for amnesty for the Abu Sayyaf Group that has claimed responsibility for several bombing incidents in recent years.
  • VP Leni Robredo - This island municipality is home to one of Palawan's native tongues, Agutaynen.
  • U.S. Embassy released a travel advisory that warns US citizens in a plan to abduct foreigners in Southern in Cebu.
  • WHO: 8.4 M Filipinos have not enough water supplies in the country.
Movie/Film Industry
  • Encantadia - "Sexy yung damit ni Agua, medyo nabigla ako. Pero siyempre 'Encantadia' 'yan, lahat ng Sang-gre magaganda at sexy, so na-pressured din po ako."
  • Till I Met You  - “There are lessons to be learned where decisions are made on impulse. We hope that the program will be appreciated in its entirety and some scenes not taken out of context.”
  • Other News
  • From Miss Universe to Victoria's Secret. Here's Janine Tugonon's journey to the popular lingerie line.
  • Imelda Schweighart binati greeted the new Miss Philippine in social media.
South China Sea Dispute
  • Satellite images from U.S.-based think tank Asian Maritime Transparency Initiative showed that Panatag Shoal has suffered extensive damage since Chinese vessels occupied the disputed territory in 2012.
Sports: Foreign/Local
  • "I want to make history. It would mean a lot for me to win this fight." — Senator Manny Pacquiao
  • Both Pacquiao and Vargas came under the 147-pound limit. 
  • Manny Pacquiao and Jessie Vargas weigh-in for the 11-06-16 WBO Welterweight Title Match at Thomas & Mack Center Las Vegas, Nevada
  • Manny Pacquiao attends bible study before his fight against Jessie Vargas 
  • Pacquiao tipped the scales at 144.8 pounds while Vargas weighed in at 146.5 pounds. 
  • Highlights of Kobe Paras' game against Wayne State Warriors.
  • Novak Djokovic crashed out of the Paris Masters in straight sets to Marin Cilic on Friday, opening the door for Andy Murray to snatch the world number one ranking and end the Serb's two-year stranglehold at the top.
Foreign News
  • The Nobel laureate revealed that one of his novels was inspired by the Philippines under martial law.

  • The US military confirmed Friday it had killed Al-Qaeda's emir, Qahtani for northeastern Afghanistan during an air strike last month, in a major blow to the group as it seeks to re-establish safe havens in the country.

  • A worldwide pact to battle global warming entered into force, just a week before nations reassemble to discuss how to make good on their promises to cut planet-warming greenhouse gases.

  • After a string of high-profile setbacks for rocket programs aimed at one day flying paying customers into space, a Spanish tech firm plans to send stargazers skyward using gas-filled balloons.

  • China's extravagant display of military might at its largest airshow this week, overlooking the disputed South China Sea, comes as Beijing seeks to leverage that clout on world markets.

  • Indonesian police fired tear gas and water cannon to disperse hardline Muslims protesters on Friday, after tens of thousands had rallied to demand the resignation of the Christian governor of the capital, Jakarta, who they said had insulted the Koran.

  • Old disputes between Saudi Arabia and rival Iran resurfaced at a meeting of OPEC experts last week, with Riyadh saying it could raise oil output steeply to bring prices down if Tehran refuses to limit its supply, OPEC sources say.

  • Police have banned the protesters from marching through the streets, citing traffic congestion.

  • The United States on Friday formally prohibited US financial institutions from opening or maintaining accounts created on behalf of North Korean banks, extending sanctions imposed on the isolated Asian country over its nuclear and missile programs.

  • U.S. employers maintained a strong pace of hiring in October and boosted wages for workers, which could effectively seal the case for a December interest rate increase from the Federal Reserve.

  • With season 30, "The Simpsons" will hit 669 episodes, breaking the record held by Western drama "Gunsmoke" with 635.

  • World's largest marathon bolster security at New York City for the incoming US Election - 11-08-16 treats.


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