• China says U.S. South China Sea actions "irresponsible, dangerous"

    By Sui-Lee Wee and David Brunnstrom BEIJING/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - China said on Friday it was "strongly dissatisfied" after a U.S. spy plane flew over part of the South China Sea this week near where China is building artificial islands, and called on the United States to stop such action or risk…

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      • Curry's MVP performance keys Game 3 blowout, puts Rockets on brink

        "We had plenty of opportunities to win both of the games," said Rockets star James Harden after a brilliant Game 2 — 38 points, 10 rebounds, nine assists, three steals and a block — that ended on a sour note with a final-play turnover that sealed a 99-98 Golden State win. The Warriors absolutely…

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        • Remaining Big Blockbuster Movies of 2015

          So even if you only go to the cinema to leave behind your emotions for epic explosions, it's time to mark your calendar for these remaining big blockbusters of 2015! If you have been wondering if disaster movies have become dead in 2015 then "San Andreas" is here to fill in that gap. In his next…

          Cinema Online
          • Statements of Binay’s alleged bagman have no value – Trillanes

            Gerardo Limlingan, the alleged bagman of Vice President Jejomar Binay, can come out with as many statements as he wants through his lawyers, but these would not mean anything in the probe involving the country’s second highest official. Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV said the statement released by…

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            • Saudi IDs bomber after kingdom's deadliest attack in years

              Saudi Arabia on Saturday confirmed the suicide bomber who killed 21 worshippers at a Shiite mosque had links with the Islamic State group, in what the interior ministry called an attempt to promote sectarian strife. It was the deadliest attack in years to strike the Sunni-dominated kingdom, and…

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              • $6 M a minute: Floyd, Pacman are highest paid athletes

                With their megabuck showdown generating an enormous payday, Floyd “Money” Mayweather Jr. and Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao punched their way to the Top 2 positions in ESPN The Magazine’s annual list of the top-paid pro athletes in the world. Pacquiao, who fought with an injured shoulder, is netting a…

                Philippine Star
                • Cavite cop chief sacked over torture video

                  The chief of police of Carmona, Cavite was removed from his post yesterday after he was caught on video beating up a suspected cell phone snatcher in a detention cell on Jan. 25. Chief Inspector Jigger Noceda was charged with grave misconduct and violation of the anti-torture law along with two of…

                  Philippine Star
                  • They Peeped At A Woman & Got Caught. But There’s Someone Else Out There… #ShortFilm

                    This article They Peeped At A Woman & Got Caught. But There’s Someone Else Out There…… originally appeared on Viddsee BUZZ. He and his friend have been peeping on this woman for a very long time. They had a camera and a telescope zoomed on her window

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                    • Businessman, partner missing

                      A businessman and his business partner were believed to have been kidnapped after they went missing in January, the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) said yesterday. Engineer Evan Labonete, 52, and his partner Nicomedes Eguna, 55, were handling government projects including the rehabilitation…

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                      • Cormier submits Johnson in 3rd, wins vacant title at UFC 187

                        Daniel Cormier wore the conflict on his beaming face when he got the UFC's light heavyweight title belt strapped around his waist in the same Vegas cage where he failed to win it a few months ago. While Cormier knew he could celebrate the biggest night of a fighting career that began in poverty and…

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                        • Army execs face attrition over promotion quota

                          Dozens of Philippine Army officials may be removed from the service due to a promotion quota system in the Armed Forces of the Philippines, according to AFP chief Gen. Gregorio Pio Catapang. In a letter to Defense Secretary Voltaire Gazmin, he requested that the 30 percent promotion quota – which…

                          Philippine Star
                          • Prince Harry back with Chelsy?

                            Britain's Prince Harry and Chelsy Davy are apparently back on.The young royal romanced Chelsy on and off between 2004 to 2010, before moving on to his next longtime partner Cressida Bonas.However since they split last year, it's been rumoured Harry and

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                            • House OKs bill on registration of prepaid SIM cards

                              The House of Representatives has approved a bill requiring the registration of all prepaid mobile phone subscriber identify module (SIM) cards. If Bill 5231 becomes a law, it will cover tens of millions of existing and future prepaid mobile phone users. At present, anyone can buy a prepaid SIM card…

                              Philippine Star
                              • Families reject Kentex apology

                                A daughter of one of the owners of Kentex Manufacturing Corp. apologized yesterday to the families of the victims of the fire that gutted the firm’s slippers factory and killed 72 people in Valenzuela City on May 13. Barbara Ang, eldest daughter of Kentex shareholder Veato Ang, met the victims’…

                                Philippine Star
                                • Working to death in Japan: health warning over 'no overtime' law

                                  Japan's push to take away overtime from high-paid workers has critics warning it will aggravate a problem synonymous with the country's notoriously long working hours -- karoshi, or death from overwork. Teruyuki Yamashita knows the risks all too well. "I told a nurse that it was dark -- I didn't…

                                  AFP News
                                  • Fears exist that ISIS could procure nukes from Pakistan in a year

                                    London, May 23 (ANI): Fears exist that the savage militant group ISIS may soon obtain a weapon of mass destruction from Pakistan, according to reports. It is believed that the murderous group has billions of dollars in the bank and would use links to corrupt officials in the region of Pakistan to…

                                    ANI
                                    • After week in jail, Florida mom agrees to son's circumcision

                                      A Florida woman's yearslong battle with her child's father over the boy's circumcision ended Friday after she agreed to the procedure in exchange for her release from jail. In a remarkable turnaround after a week behind bars for contempt and an initial hearing in which she was ordered to remain…

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