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On This Day : October 9

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Australia to ship refugees to Southeast Asian nations

Australia is in talks with the Philippine government of sending Syrian refugees who try to enter Australia illegally. Australia has a multi-million dollar deal to resettle refugees but so far, only four refugees have taken up the offer of cash, free health insurance and accommodation to move from Nauru to Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Australia refuses to accept any refugees who attempt to reach its shores by boat. … Read entire article »

On this day: October 8

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Disturbing photos from disturbing people

Have you ever wondered what transpired before something big, creepy, horrifying and tragedy occur? … Read entire article »

On this day: October 7

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Robredo In as LP’s Vice President in 2016

Will the Daang Matuwid continue now that Camarines Sur 3rd District Rep. Leni Robredo joined the 2016 vice presidentiable race? Now that it is official Roxas-Robredo tandem for the Liberal Party, will the Camarines Sur representative help boost Roxas candidacy and continue President Benigno Aquino III advocacy on good and clean governance?  Will Rep. Robredo be our best vice president if she wins? … Read entire article »

On this day : October 6

WHAT HAPPENED ON THIS DAY? 1723 – Benjamin Franklin arrives in Philadelphia at the age of 17. 1762 – Seven Years’ War: conclusion of the Battle of Manila between Britain and Spain, which resulted in the British occupation of Manila for the rest of the war. 1876 – The American Library Association was founded. 1884 – The Naval War College of the United States Navy is founded in Newport, Rhode Island. 1889 – American inventor Thomas Edison shows his first motion picture. … Read entire article »

Pope Francis asked the Church to move forward on views about family and homosexuality

Pope Francis asked the Catholic Church to “move forward” in the teaching on the family  values that got under way amid the controversy over the church views on homosexuality. The Pope said that the Church is not a museum to keep or preserve and urged the clerics to do so in a spirit of “solidarity, courage and humility”. … Read entire article »

UFC denies cover up on fighter’s drug use

The Ulitimate Fighting Championship (UFC) denies cover up on the drug test of Vitor Belfort as exposed by Josh Gross to stop Belfort fight during the UFC 152 in 2012. … Read entire article »

Angelina Jolie’s Ripple Effect on Breast Reconstruction Awareness

Angelina Jolie Pitt is not only for the refugee’s welfare but her bold statement in 2013 that she had a double mastectomy brought the increse of women’s awareness of breast surgery options in preventing breast cancer. In May 2013, Angelina Jolie announced that she had undergone the test as she was tested positive of BRCA1 gene which is the early stage of having breast cancer and will increase its risk to be a full blown cancer.  And Jolie-Pitt decided to undergo this kind of surgery to prevent herself in getting the disease. … Read entire article »

Weird and the Not So Weird Trivias

More muscles are in use when you frown than when you smile. (Tell that to the sad clown) The heart beats 100,000 times in one day. Our body consists of 75% water. University of Victoria in Canada offers a course in the science of Batman. … Read entire article »

Gilas Pilipinas first victory against Iran

Finally!!! Gilas Pilipinas won over the mighty Iranians in the FIBA Asia Championship with a 87-73 victory on Monday, September 28. This was a very sweet victory by the Philippine team which claimed its first win against the Iran team since the 2011 William Jones Cup. … Read entire article »