Peter Jomel ‘Bikoy’ Advincula Posts Bail

Peter Jomel Advincula

Peter Jomel Advincula aka ‘Bikoy’ posts bail. Peter Jomel Advincula, also known as “Bikoy”, on Monday arrived at the Quezon City Metropolitan Trial Court Branch 138 to post bail. This, in connection with a conspiracy to commit sedition case filed against Peter Jomel Advincula. He was accompanied by his lawyer, Atty. Larry Gadon. Advincula was … Read more

CCP Brings Back Imelda Marcos Documentary Due To Public Demand

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CCP announced that an Imelda Marcos documentary will have its simultaneous screenings due to insistent public demand. The Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) was re-screening a documentary about former First Lady Imelda Marcos due to insistent public demand. This, as the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) announced that a documentary, “The Kingmaker”, will … Read more

Japan Suffers Worst Economic Drop In Five Years

Japan

Japan suffered its worst economic drop in five years, with a tax hike and a deadly typhoon. Japan already suffered its worst quarterly GDP contraction in more than five years — with an increase in tax and a deadly typhoon. According to an official data that was published on Monday, Japan’s gross domestic product (GDP) … Read more

China To Destroy Banknotes From Sectors With COVID-19 Cases

People’s Bank of China

China to destroy banknotes from sectors with COVID-19 cases, according to a branch of China’s central bank in Guangzhou. China might destroy all banknotes in order to ensure the safety of cash transactions, according to a branch of China’s central bank in Guangzhou. Caixin on Saturday reported that the officials at the branch of the … Read more

JUST IN: American Tests Positive for Coronavirus After Fellow Passengers Leave Ship

American Tests Positive for Coronavirus

Cruise Ship Passengers Leave Vessel, American Woman Later On Detected w/ Coronavirus AMERICAN TESTS POSITIVE FOR CORONAVIRUS – A woman tested positive for coronavirus after her fellow cruise ship passengers left the vessel in Cambodia. Previously, a Holland American Line vessel was rejected by five countries including the Philippines over the fear of coronavirus infection. … Read more

Starbucks, McDonald’s In China Go ‘Contactless’ To Fight COVID-19

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Starbucks, McDonald’s, and other fast-food companies in China went ‘contactless’ in order to fight COVID-19. Starbucks Corp, McDonald’s Corp, and other fast-food companies were ramping up “contactless” pickup and delivery services in order to keep their workers and customers safe. This, after the 2019 novel coronavirus, now COVID-19, has infected more than 68,500 people and … Read more

Man Runs Marathon In Apartment As Exercise To Fight COVID-19

Apartment

A Chinese runner jogged the equivalent of an ultra-marathon inside his small apartment in order to fight COVID-19 through exercise. This, after China was at the center of an outbreak of the 2019 novel coronavirus, now named COVID-19. People in China tend to have exercise in an alternative way — including lifting bottles, push-ups with … Read more

Breaking News: Japanese Man Tests Positive for Coronavirus, Prior Trips Confirmed

Japanese Man Tests Positive for Coronavirus

Japanese Man Confirmed Positive for Novel Coronavirus JAPANESE MAN – A Japanese national who had prior trips outside Japan tested positive for the novel coronavirus. Unfortunately, every day, there are several confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus that adds on to the record. The global fight against the disease that started in China continues. In … Read more

FBI, CISA Updates Details On DPRK Malware

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FBI and CISA released an update about North Korean malware. The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) released an update about North Korean malware. This, as the US Cyber Command on Friday posted a photo of a “DPRK Malware” in a Valentine’s Day meme format. #ValentinesDayMemes @US_CYBERCOM pic.twitter.com/c8X7d6zBDr — … Read more