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Japan name 41 rugby World Cup hopefuls

TOKYO (AFP) – Japan coach John Kirwan named 41 candidates Monday, including seven uncapped players, for his preliminary squad going to this year's rugby World Cup in earthquake-hit New Zealand.

France sending aid planes to Libya's Benghazi

GENEVA – France announced it is sending two planes with humanitarian aid to Libya's opposition stronghold of Benghazi on Monday, in what its prime minister described as the start of a "massive operation" to push Moammar Gadhafi from power.

US, S. Korea launch war games amid N. Korea threat

SEOUL (AFP) – US and South Korean troops on Monday launched major annual land, sea and air exercises, amid North Korean threats to turn Seoul into a "sea of flames" in the event of any provocation.

Infant boy the first NZ quake victim laid to rest

CHRISTCHURCH, New Zealand – A 5-month-old boy was laid to rest Monday at the first funeral for the victims of New Zealand's devastating earthquake, as the confirmed death toll rose to 148 and the government considered a nationwide levy to help pay for reconstruction.

Taliban say they have Canadian missing in Afghanistan

KABUL (Reuters) – A Canadian man is missing in Afghanistan, Canadian officials said on Sunday, with the Taliban claiming they had captured him in a volatile central province because he was a spy.

Heavy rains cause Bolivian landslide

LA PAZ, Bolivia (AP) – Heavy rains caused a hilltop to collapse in a poor neighborhood of the Bolivian capital Sunday, cracking roads, destroying at least 400 homes and burying people's belongings under mud and debris.

Sunday, February 27, 2011

Players' union may decertify to block lockout: report

NEW YORK (Reuters) – The NFL Players Association plans to decertify before the current labor agreement expires next week in a bid to block a potential lockout, according to a report on the league's website on Saturday.

Tenorio 3 Lifts ACES past KINGS

Alaska Milk went to LA Tenorio in the stretch as it escaped with a 95-94 victory over crowd darling Brgy. Ginebra to seize a share of the lead with Rain or Shine with two straight wins in the PBA Commissioner's Cup at the Cuneta Astrodome in Pasay City.

Orcollo registers spectacular win

MANILA, Philippines - If there are still doubts whether his name should be mentioned in the same breath as Filipino pool legends Efren “Bata” Reyes and Francisco “Django” Bustamante, Dennis Orcollo lifted it all with a spectacular victory Saturday.

Pistons rebound with win over Jazz

DETROIT, Michigan (AFP) – The Detroit Pistons shrugged off an embarrassing start to their weekend with a welcome victory, with Rodney Stuckey delivering 28 points in a 120-116 NBA triumph over Utah.

PHL Azkals join Sunday's EDSA Fun Run

MANILA, Philippines (PNA) – The popular Philippine Azkals spiced up the country’s weeklong commemoration of the 1986 EDSA People Power Revolution as they joined the Fun Run for a cause on Sunday morning.

Deng leads Bulls past Bucks 83-75

MILWAUKEE – Luol Deng scored 19 points, Derrick Rose had 17 and the surging Chicago Bulls beat the Milwaukee Bucks 83-75 on Saturday night.

Smart Gilas sends strong signal

MANILA, Philippines - Smart Gilas Pilipinas opened its campaign in the PBA Commissioner’s Cup in style, topping all-Filipino champion Talk n Text, 103-98, at the Ynares Sports Center in Antipolo last night.

Hurricane Julaton rips Alcanter apart

MANILA, Philippines – Ana “The Hurricane” Julaton put on a virtual display of boxing skills to dominate Franchesca Alcanter and retain her World Boxing Organization (WBO) super-bantamweight title Saturday at the Craneway Pavilion Point Richmond in California.

Saturday, February 26, 2011

Celine Dion plans to carry on breastfeeding her twins when she starts her Las Vegas residency

Celine Dion plans to carry on breastfeeding her twins when she starts her Las Vegas residency.

Interpol hope to have an 'eternal feel' to all their records

The US indie group say they attempt to make all of their records with intricate layering which would sound good no matter what era it was listened to during, but this means it is not immediate to the listener.

Usher wants to do a duet with Rihanna

The 'OMG' singer said he has been close to the 'Only Girl (In The World)' hitmaker for some time and would love for them to make a track together.

UN says has new info on alleged Iran nuclear arms

VIENNA – The U.N. nuclear monitoring agency said Friday that "recently received" information is adding to concerns Iran may have worked on developing nuclear arms.

Bieber 'Remixes' album debuts at number one

MANILA, Philippines - Justin Bieber may have missed out on the Grammy’s Best New Artist award last week, but the teen pop wonder is acing the charts anew with a new number one album in "Never Say Never – The Remixes," which debuts at the top of the Billboard album charts this week.

Bahraini protesters fill capital to demand reforms

MANAMA, Bahrain – Tens of thousands of anti-government protesters filled Bahrain's capital Friday to boost pressure for sweeping political concessions before possible talks to end nearly two weeks of demonstrations in the strategic Gulf island kingdom.

Hundreds of thousands protest across Arab world

CAIRO – Hundreds of thousands poured out of mosques and staged protests across the Arab world Friday, some trying to shake off autocratic rulers and others pressuring embattled leaders to carry out sweeping reforms.

Joey De Leon would welcome ‘Willing Willie’ guesting; Shalani insists relationship with Willie remains professional

MANILA, Philippines - “Eat Bulaga!” host Joey de Leon admitted that he’s willing to be a guest on “Willing Willie,” if only his schedule will permit it.

Friday, February 25, 2011

Efren 'Bata' Reyes defeats Orcollo in World 8-Ball

MANILA, Philippines
– Efren "Bata" Reyes, the Philippines’ most popular billiards player, posted his second straight victory in the World 8-Ball Pool Championship 2011 by beating fellow Filipino Dennis "Robocop" Orcollo at the Fujairah Exhibition Center in Fujairah, United Arab Emirates (UAE) on Wednesday.

Perkins trade alters Thunder landscape for present, future

There's no question that the Oklahoma City Thunder still have their eyes on the future.

4 Pinoys reach Last 16 of World 8-Ball

MANILA, Philippines – Former World 9-Ball and 8-Ball champion Ronato "Volcano" Alcano and 3 other Filipino cue artists made it to the next round of the World 8-Ball Pool Championship 2011 after hurdling separate opponents in the round-of-32 at the Fujairah Exhibition Center in Fujairah, United Arab Emirates.

Newest Net Williams won't talk contract until 2012

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) -- Deron Williams isn't going to make a decision on whether to opt out of his contract with the New Jersey Nets until next season.

Cabrera reports to Tigers camp and apologizes

LAKELAND, Fla. – Miguel Cabrera arrived at spring training for the first time since he was arrested last week on suspicion of drunken driving and promptly apologized as Major League Baseball said he will undergo treatment set up by doctors administered by management and its players' union.

EDSA 25: PNoy calls for unity vs corruption

MANILA, Philippines - President Benigno Aquino III on Friday said the fight to end poverty and corruption in the country is not yet over, 25 years after the first EDSA People Power Revolution ended the corrupt dictatorship of President Ferdinand Marcos.

Cards ace Wainwright needs season-ending surgery

JUPITER, Fla. – St. Louis Cardinals ace Adam Wainwright will have Tommy John surgery on his right elbow and miss the entire season.

Vic finally talks about post-breakup relationship with Pia

MANILA, Philippines - “Eat Bulaga!” host, Bossing Vic Sotto, says all is well between him and ex-girlfriend Pia Guanio.

Japan to offer subsidies for rare earths

TOKYO (AFP) – Japan said Friday it would offer around 42 billion yen ($513 million) in subsidies designed to slash the nation's reliance on Chinese rare-earth minerals by a third.

Al-Qaida No. 2 alleges incitement by Egypt's Copts

CAIRO – The deputy to Osama bin Laden issued al-Qaida's second message since the Egyptian uprising, accusing the nation's Christian leadership of inciting interfaith tensions and denying that the terror network was behind last month's bombing of a Coptic church in Alexandria that killed 21 and sparked protests.

Libya's second city learns to govern itself

BENGHAZI, Libya – Libyans in the eastern half of the country find themselves in an unimaginable situation: Freed from Moammar Gadhafi's rule for the first time in more than four decades.

Aquino: Cardinal Sin journeyed the path of peace; urges citizens to do the same

MANILA, Philippines (PNA) -- As the nation marked the 25th anniversary of the world-famous 1986 EDSA People Power Revolution, President Benigno S. Aquino III urged the Filipino people on Friday to continue the journey in the path of peace.

Thursday, February 24, 2011

Binay appeals for more time on burial issue

MANILA, Philippines — Vice President Jejomar Binay appealed Thursday for more time in deciding whether the remains of the late strongman Ferdinand Marcos should be buried at the Libingan ng mga Bayani in Taguig, saying that his priority for now is the welfare of Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) in troubled Middle East countries.

Alaska 5 off to fiery start, blasts Tigers

MANILA, Philippines - Alaska Milk got off to a strong start and sustained a searing pace throughout as it clobbered a hapless Powerade side, 106-82, in the PBA Commissioners Cup at the Cuneta Astrodome last night.

CA confirms appointments of Gazmin, De Jesus and 6 AFP officials

MANILA,Philippines (PNA) -- The Commission on Appointments confirmed on Wednesday the ad interim appointments of Voltaire Gazmin as Secretary of the Department of National Defense and Jose ‘Ping’ de Jesus as Secretary of the Department of Transportation and Communications.

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Ex-Paramore drummer joins brother and former bandmate Josh in new band Novel American

Ex-Paramore drummer Zac Farro has joined brother and former bandmate Josh's new band Novel American.

'Jewel in the Palace' star is now a mom of twins

MANILA, Philippines - Top Korean actress Lee Young-ae, who played Jang-Geum in the highly popular Korean drama “Jewel in the Palace," is now a proud mother of fraternal twins: a boy and a girl.

Berkman needed to see name on Cards jersey

JUPITER, Fla. – Lance Berkman needed to see his name on a St. Louis Cardinals jersey for the switch to sink in: After 13 spring trainings with the Astros, he had joined Houston's NL Central rival.

Ancelotti says Chelsea's can conquer Europe

COPENHAGEN (AFP) – Carlo Ancelotti believes Chelsea's 2-0 win over FC Copenhagen proved his forwards are capable of firing the team to Champions League glory.

Leonardo wary of Bayern vengeance

MILAN, Italy (AFP) – Inter Milan coach Leonardo believes Bayern Munich will be gunning for revenge when they arrive in Italy for the Champions League clash between the pair on Wednesday.

Lakers end 3-game skid, blow out Hawks 104-80

LOS ANGELES – All-Star game MVP Kobe Bryant scored 20 points, Pau Gasol added 14 points and 10 rebounds, and the Los Angeles Lakers easily ended their three-game skid with a 104-80 victory over the struggling Atlanta Hawks on Tuesday night.

Anthony joins Knicks in nine-player deal

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Four-time All-Star Carmelo Anthony joined the New York Knicks in a blockbuster nine-player deal with the Denver Nuggets, the NBA teams said on Tuesday.

Khadafy's LatAm allies show solidarity, caution

HAVANA (AP) – The bloody upheaval in Libya is creating an uncomfortable challenge for Moammar Khadafy's leftist Latin American allies, with some keeping their distance and others rushing to the defense of a leader they have long embraced as a fellow fighter against United States influence in the world.

Russian President sees 'fires for decades' in Arab world

MOSCOW (AP) – Russian President Dmitry Medvedev predicted on Tuesday decades of instability in the Arab world if protesters whom he called fanatics come to power, adding no such scenario will be permitted at home.

OFWs in Libya told to 'hunker down'

Gov't set to undertake evacuation plan

Bob Parker: New Zealand earthquake death toll rises to 75

WELLINGTON (PNA/Xinhua) -- The New Zealand South Island city of Christchurch Mayor Bob Parker said on Wednesday that the official death toll was 75 after Tuesday's massive earthquake.

Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Alcasid confirms performance at People Power celebration

MANILA, Philippines -- Newly appointed EDSA People Power Commissioner Ogie Alcasid confirmed that Black Eyed Peas member will perform during the celebration of the 25th year anniversary of the EDSA People Power revolution on Feb. 25.




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