Day: August 16, 2020

Human Movement Pulls Out Of Rabbits Eat Lettuce Festival, Citing Lack Of Gender Diversity On Lineup

Aussie producer Human Movement has withdrawn from forthcoming Queensland electronic festival Rabbits Eat Lettuce, citing a lack of gender diversity on the lineup. The producer, Edward MacDonald, announced he was pulling out from the festival lineup late last week after initially being announced on the lineup earlier this month alongside the likes of Hermitude, Opiuo, […]

SC urged to stop anti-terrorism law

MANILA, Philippines — An opposition lawmaker prodded the Supreme Court on Sunday to issue a temporary restraining order (TRO) to block the implementation of the Anti-Terrorism Act of 2020 in the face of the record number of 27 petitions challenging the new law. Albay Rep. Edcel Lagman said the high tribunal would certainly need time […]

AFP seeks custody of Abu Sayyaf leader

Security forces will jointly seek the transfer of Abu Sayyaf group (ASG) subleader Abduljihad “Idang” Susukan to military custody, Armed Forces of the Philippines spokesperson Maj. Gen. Edgard Arevalo said on Sunday. Arevalo said the AFP Judge Advocate General’s Office and the Philippine National Police Intelligence Group (PNP-IG) would file a joint motion to transfer […]

He hurdled autism and became a valedictorian

Jorel Sanchez Pangan MANILA, Philippines — Jorel Sanchez Pangan, this year’s high school valedictorian at Raises Academy in Angono, Rizal province, has no memories of stories from his parents about his tantrums and self-injurious behavior, being nonverbal until he was nearly 4 years old. He would repetitively climb the stairs and jump on the third […]

SC allows courts to hear cases by videoconference

MANILA, Philippines — Case trials in 882 court branches nationwide have been delayed in the last five months since they have been unable to conduct hearings by videoconference. Acknowledging the delay, the Supreme Court said all 1,025 courts with a single sala or branch may now hear all cases before them by videoconference. ADVERTISEMENT Previously, […]


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