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    Sexual allegations in the esports industry

    Allegations of sexual misconduct against esports personalities such as GranDGrant and TobiWan, as well as EVO president Joey Cuellar, surfaced recently.

  • Politics

    Anti-Duterte protesters rally against newly-signed anti-terrorism bill in Philippines

    Protesters gathered at the grounds of the University of the Philippines in Quezon City on Saturday, to rally against the anti-terrorism bill, a day after President Duterte signed it into law. The crowd, observing proper distancing and wearing face masks held placards that read “Oust Duterte” and “Junk terror bill” as they urged the government to scrap the controversial bill which allows the police to arrest suspicious individuals without a warrant, bypassing the judiciary system.

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    'God is Good': Restaurant Employee Gifted Car by Anonymous Customer

    An employee of a tex-mex restaurant chain in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, received a car as an unexpected gift from an anonymous customer. Footage of the surprise, occurring at a Taco Casa, shows the employee being led to his new car.

  • Health

    Heartbreaking moment boy, 4, grieves for pet dog killed by truck

    This is the heartbreaking moment a boy grieves for his dead dog that was hit by a truck. In the video, Jhon Axiel Salaum, 4, is seen crying while asking his mum to wake his pet dog named Rody. A few minutes before the tragic scene, two-year-old Rody was hit by a truck that passed the front of their house in Cebu province, the Philippines on June 15.

  • Science

    Waterspout sweeps through beach harbour in the Philippines

    A large waterspout formed next to a fish port off the coast of the Philippines on June 30. Razel Mae Gohilde who lives near the sea said she was amazed upon seeing it from her home in Masbate City. She said: "It was my first time to see that thing, It looks scary but the village officers told us there is nothing to worry about.'' Razel said the waterspout dissipated after a few minutes then they experienced strong winds and a bit of rain.

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    Dior strikes gold as Paris fashion makes mixed virtual debut

    The first ever digital Paris fashion week started Monday to mixed reviews from fashionistas. Forced online by the coronavirus, labels tried to replicate the glitz and glamour of the real thing by recruiting film and television stars for the films which replaced runway shows. In a bold move, Dior raised eyebrows by drafting in the Italian director Matteo Garrone, best known for gritty gangster films "Gomorrah" and "Dogman", to immortalise its haute couture collection.

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    Oscar-winning composer Ennio Morricone dead at 91 

    Ennio Morricone, one of the world's best-known and most prolific composers of film scores notably for spaghetti westerns, died in Rome on Monday at the age of 91. Tributes poured in for the man who composed the music for about 500 films, including his old childhood friend Sergio Leone's 1966 epic "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly" and Quentin Tarantino's "The Hateful Eight" for which he finally won an Oscar in 2016. Morricone died in hospital where he was being treated for a fractured femur following a fall, according to a statement from lawyer and family friend Giorgio Assuma.