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Ni KRIS C. SIALANA


NAGDAGAN-DAGAN paingon sa buhatan sa kapolisan ang usa ka tinun-an human kalit nga gibunlot samtang nagbaklay niadtong milabay nga gabii sa Pabayo-Pacana Streets, dakbayan sa Cagayan de Oro.

Naila ang biktima nga mao si Donna (dili tinuod nga ngalan), 20, dalaga, tinun-an sa usa sa dakong tunghaan ug residente sa Corrales Streets ning dakbayan.

Sa nahipos nga report gikan sa Police Station 1 sa Divisoria gikabutyag nga nagbaklay ang biktima sa maong dapit dihang kalit lamang kining gibunlot sa wala maila nga suspetsado.

Giingong gibira ang ulo niini ug gilips-to-lips hinungdan sa kapungot sa maong dalaga.

Naningkamot ang dalaga nga makalingkawas ug nakadagan paingon sa Divisoria nga bahin.

Sagol kahadlok ug kapungot ang gibati sa maong dalaga hinungdan nga gipatala kini sa kapolisan aron nga mahatagan sa tukmang disposasyon.

Sa pagkakaron, nakatala na sa buhatan sa kapolisan ang maong insidente.


Gipatik sa mantalaang Superbalita Cagayan de Oro Septembre 08, 2016.

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Tira-Pasagad | Saksak-Sinagol / Another honor for Obama
« on: September 09, 2016, 03:50:38 PM »
Parasitologist bestows squirmy honor on his distant cousin, President Obama
Karen Kaplan


How does a scientist honor a president who happens to be a distant relative? By naming a turtle parasite after him.

Baracktrema obamai isn’t just any parasite. It’s so distinctive that it represents not just a new species but an entirely new genus, according to a new report in the Journal of Parasitology. That hasn’t happened with this type of turtle parasite in 21 years, experts say.

B. obamai is a flatworm that infects black marsh turtles and southeast Asian box turtles in Malaysia. Scientists study turtle parasites because they are believed to be the ancestors of the flatworms that cause schistosomiasis, a disease that kills between 20,000 and 200,000 people each year, according to the World Health Organization.

It might be hard for most people to warm up to an organism that can cause so much suffering, but parasitologists are different. These scientists admire the way that parasites are able to make a living in the most foreboding environments. B. obamai, for instance, is able to penetrate the circulatory system of a turtle host and deposit dozens of eggs in the small blood vessels inside turtle lungs, according to the study.

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Asia | Middle East / ASEAN leaders, Laos 2016
« on: September 06, 2016, 09:40:51 PM »
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Leaders of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean) from left, Myanmar’s State Counsellor and Foreign Minister Aung San Suu Kyi, Singapore’s Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, Thai Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha, Vietnam’s President Tran Dai Quang, Laos President Bounnhang Vorachit, Laos Prime Minister Thongloun Sisoulith, Philippine’s President Rodrigo Duterte, Brunei Foreign Minister and Prime Minister Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah, Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen and Indonesia’s President Joko Widodo hold hands posing for group photo during the opening ceremony of the 28th and 29th Asean summits at National Convention Center in Vientiane, Laos, on Sept. 6. AP

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Philippine Daily News / DOH confirms 6th Zika case in Philippines
« on: September 06, 2016, 09:33:21 PM »
Monday, September 05, 2016


MANILA -- A 45-year-old woman from Iloilo City has been tested positive for the dreaded Zika virus, the sixth case recorded in the country, the Department of Health (DOH) said Monday, September 5.

In a press conference, DOH Undersecretary Gerardo Bayugo said the victim, whose identity has been withheld, has no record of travel to countries where the virus has been detected.

Bayugo, however, clarified that there is still no confirmation of local transmission of the virus in the Philippines.

“As far as what we (DOH) have now, wala pa kaming evidence na merong transmission locally of this case that has been surfacing [we have no evidence that Zika has been locally-transmitted],” Bayugo told reporters.

The woman’s spouse has yet to be tested if he too has acquired the infection since the virus can be transmitted through sexual contact, Bayugo said.

Being the sixth case confirmed, Bayugo gave a reassurance that the department has been monitoring sporadic cases of the infection in the country.

Five other cases have been detected since 2012.

“These [previous cases] did not convert into an outbreak. And we hope that this one sporadic case will not translate [into something bigger] similar to what is being experienced elsewhere,” said Bayugo.

He then expressed alarm that neighboring country Singapore has 26 cases of the virus, and added that all efforts are being done to monitor overseas Filipino workers and foreigners coming from Zika-identified countries.

The reported 24 out of the 26 in Singapore was identified as a locally-transmitted case, and likely evolved from the Southeast Asian region. (PNA)

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Philippine Daily News / Philippines to ship back trash to Canada
« on: September 06, 2016, 09:25:30 PM »
Tuesday, September 06, 2016


THE Philippines will ship back to Canada the wastes that arrived in the country in early 2013, the Bureau of Customs (BOC) said Tuesday.

In a statement, the BOC said an inter-agency committee has agreed to push through with a court's order on the repatriation of the 2,500 tons of trash that came from Vancouver.

The inter-agency committee includes the BOC, Departments of Foreign Affairs, Environment and Natural Resources, and Justice.

In a meeting Monday, Customs said the committee expressed favor on the June 30 decision of the Manila Regional Trial Court Branch 1 Judge Tita Bughao-Alisuag, ordering the shipping back of the wastes to Canada at the expense of the importer.

The June 30 court order covers fifty forty-footer (50x40) containers found to have assorted heterogeneous plastic materials, all consigned to Chronic Plastics Inc.

The containers, parked at the Subic and Manila International Container Yards, are said to be causing port congestion, posing hazards to public health, and incurring expenses on the part of BOC.

The Manila RTC will conduct another hearing on the case on September 30, with the DOJ set to file a motion for the execution of the order. (SDR/Sunnex)

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Ni KRIS C. SIALANA


GIDUNGGAB sa ika-tulong higayon ang usa ka babaye sa kaugalingong ig-agaw kinsa giingong adunay deperensya sa pangisip samtang natulog diha sa ilang panimalay niadtong Biyernes, Setyembre 2, alas 11:00 sa gabii diha sa Balacanas, Villanueva, Misamis Oriental.

Naila ang biktima nga si Rochel Fabela, 28, minyo ug residente sa nahisgutang dapit samtang ang ig-agaw kinsa adunay deperensya sa pangisip nga miluba kaniya nailang si Jhon.

Sa impormasyon gikan sa Northern Mindanao Medical Center (NMMC) sa Cagayan de Oro, diin daling gidala ang biktima nasayran nga samtang natulog si Fabela kalit lamang kini nga gisulod sa ig-agaw nga nagdala og kutsilyo.

Giingong sa walay igo nga rason kalit lamang kini nga gidunggab sa ika-tulong higayon hinungdan nga nakaangkon kini og samad sa iyang tuo nga liog, aping ug bukton hinungdan nga dali kining gidala sa nahisgutang balay tambalanan.

Sa pagkakaron, padayon pa ang mga mananambal sa pag-atiman sa biktima samtang ang suspek ang anaa na sa kapolisan sa maong dapit.


Gipatik sa mantalaang Superbalita Cagayan de Oro Septembre 05, 2016.

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Bible Study / Pope declares Mother Teresa a saint and model of mercy
« on: September 05, 2016, 03:25:16 PM »
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Pope Francis declared Mother Teresa a saint on Sunday, praising the tiny nun for having taken in society’s most unwanted and for having shamed world leaders for the “crimes of poverty they themselves created.”

Applause erupted in St. Peter’s Square even before Francis finished pronouncing the rite of canonization, evidence of the admiration Mother Teresa enjoyed from Christians and non-Christians alike during her life and after her 1997 death. (AP)

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Ni JEEPY P. COMPIO


PATAY ang usa ka Grade 7 nga estudyante human gitabangan pagpuspos og kahoy sa tulo ka mga lalaki alas 12:30 sa tungang gabii niadtong Lunes, Agosto 29.

Nahitabo ang insidente sa Sitio Nangalid, Barangay Datu Salumay, Marilog District, dakbayan sa Davao.

Ang biktima si Kneelad Dagcuan Masacud, 20, Grade 7 student, samtang ang suspek mao sila Marvin Baja Tabalba, Roel Salumay Bento, ug Ronel Salumay Bento, pulos nagpuyo sa Puro 1, Barangay Salumay.

Base sa journal sa kapulisan, mga suspek miadto sa balay sa biktima diin nangita sa usa ka Richard Dagcuan, apan ang biktima ang nakaatubang kanila.

Nasayran nga naay daang dumot ang biktima ug mga suspek hinungdan nga nahitabo ang karambola.

Suma sa report, wala na kasagang ang biktima kay gitabangan siya'g puspos og kahoy sa tulo ka suspek.

Daling gidala sa German Community Hospital ang biktima apan gideklara siyang dead on arrival.

Hinuon, gilayon nasikop ang mga suspek nga mag-atubang og kasong murder sa korte.


Gipatik sa mantalaang Superbalita Davao Agosto 31, 2016.

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Brain scans discover evidence that dogs process language in a similar way to humans and are only truly happy if a praising tone of voice is matched by the actual words spoken

Ian Johnston
Science Correspondent
6 hours  ago
   
      
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Dogs, seen here around an MRI scanner, appear to having an understanding of some human words
Eniko Kubinyi



Dogs understand what some human words mean, according to a study published in the prestigious journal Science.

In a world-first experiment, academics in Hungary trained 13 dogs to voluntarily lie in an MRI scanner to monitor what happened in their brain when the researchers spoke to them.

They discovered that dogs’ brains process language in a similar way to humans, with the right side dealing with emotion and the left processing meaning.

It was only when both sides of the brain agreed they were hearing praise that the dog was truly happy.

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A woman’s gruesome hanging shocked Tibet — but police have silenced all questions
https://www.washingtonpost.com/
By Simon Denyer
August 26 at 5:00 AM


JIQIE NO. 2 VILLAGE, China — She was 27, a kind, hard-working woman who supported her family by herding yaks and harvesting caterpillar fungus, a prized health cure, on the high grasslands of Tibet. Last October, Tsering Tso was found hanged from a bridge in a small town near her home.

Her family and local villagers gathered outside the police station in Chalong township to demand answers: She had last been seen in the company of a local Buddhist priest and two policemen.

The authorities insisted it was suicide. Family and friends suspected foul play and demanded an investigation. That night and the following morning, an angry crowd stormed the gates of the police station, smashing windows, according to local police.

The authorities’ response was brutal, revealing much about the crackdown taking place in Tibetan parts of China and showing how unrest and unhappiness is increasingly viewed as dangerously subversive.

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Ni ALGER P. DURA


USA ka tres-anyos nga batang lalaki ang namatay human gikulata ug gisulod sa sako sa iyang ama-ama (stepfather) alas kwatro sa hapon niadtong Miyerkules, Agosto 24.

Ang insidente nahitabo sa balay sa suspek sa Kilometro 8.5, Barangay Matina Pangi, dakbayan sa Davao.

Ang biktima si Kean Gabriel (bansagon gipatago sa pulis) kinsa patay nang miabot sa Southern Philippines Medical Center diin gidala sa suspek nga si Sonny Boy (bansagon gipatago sab sa pulis), 22, tricycle driver.

Base sa report sa Talomo Police Station, ang insidente nasaksihan nila Krizzha, syete-anyos, igsuon sa biktima, Sharmine, otso-anyos, ug Shiera Mae, 16-anyos, kinsa nagsulti nga ilang nakita nga gisud sa suspek ang biktima sa sako sa bugas humay.

Mga saksi midugang nga human nasud sa sako ang bata, gipatong sa mga upat ka tiil nga gitas-on nga butanganan og sinina sa kwarto.

Gipasagdan lang nga mahulog ang bata sa salog nga kawayan pila ka higayon hangtud nga nawad-an og panimuot.

Nasayran nga gidala sa suspek ang bata uban sa inahan nga si Mary Grace, 27-anyos, sa Barangay Health Center diin nila gipahibalo ang mga midwife nga nalumos ang bata mao nga gitabangan sila madala sa ospital.

Sanglit patay na ang bata, mibalik sila sa barangay dayon nangayo og tabang kang kapitan Carmelo Arena apan gipahibalo ni Kagawad Sanico ang kapitan sa tinuod nga nahitabo mao nga ilang gipugngan sila dayon gi-endosar sa Talomo police.

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The birthday of Lord Krishna, better known as Janmashtami is celebrated with great gusto across the country. Every year people gather together to recite the tale of Krishna - the eight avatar of Vishnu, sing songs in his praise and celebrate Dahi handi. At Mathura and Vrindavan, there are dramatic enactments of Raas Leela that portrays the flirtatious side of this Hindu God. On the eve of Janmashtami, we take a look at how the country is gearing up for its celebration.

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by Deborah Netburn
http://www.latimes.com/


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Believe it or not, there are upsides to getting older.

Yes, your physical health is likely to decline as you age. And unfortunately, your cognitive abilities like learning new skills and remembering things is likely to suffer too.

But despite such downsides, research suggests that your overall mental health, including your mood, your sense of well-being and your ability to handle stress, just keeps improving right up until the very end of life.

Consider it something to look forward to.

In a recent survey of more than 1,500 San Diego residents aged 21 to 99, researchers report that people in their 20s were the most stressed out and depressed, while those in their 90s were the most content.

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INQUIRER.net
09:36 AM August 21st, 2016
 

President Rodrigo Duterte on Sunday fired all presidential appointees in government by declaring their posts vacant.

Citing continuing corruption in government “especially in the regulatory agencies,” Duterte told the appointees: “Consider your positions vacant as of this hour.” He spoke at about 2 a.m. during a press conference.

The President noted that corruption was giving “headaches to  fellow human beings.”

He stressed that his order included “all” presidential appointees. “It will number in the thousands” all over the country’s bureaucracy.

It was unclear if the order included positions of those he recently appointed and swore into office in Malacañang.

“Until now, in my provincial visits, I still hear corruption being committed,” the Chief Executive said.

He singled out the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) and the Land Transportation Organization (LTO).

The President ordered the current head of the LTFRB, lawyer Martin Delgra, to report to him in Malacañang.

Duterte also pointed to the head of the LTO and all presidential appointees in the agency.

He clarified that career officials and employees were not included in the order. CBB/rga

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Amanda Calvo
August 22, 2016


Germany is planning to urge its citizens to stockpile food, water and other supplies in the event of a catastrophe or armed attack.

According to a report by German broadcaster Deutsche Welle (DW), citing the Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung newspaper, the move would be the first of its kind since the end of the Cold War.

The proposal is reportedly contained in a government civil-defense-strategy document, which says that people should stock 10 days worth of food and a sufficient supply of water, energy, money and medicine that would allow them to stay put long enough for the government to respond.

The mood in Germany has been unsettled recently following a number of horrific incidents. In the latest violence, on July 24, a Syrian suicide bomber injured 15 people at a music festival in the central German town of Ansbach. The same day, a Syrian refugee killed a woman and injured two others with a machete in Reutlingen. Just days previous, an ISIS-inspired attacker was shot dead after stabbing several people on a train in the south of the country.

The huge influx of refugees — Germany accepted more than a million last year — has sparked fears among many Germans that terrorists have entered the country under the guise of seeking asylum.

Further details about Germany’s civil-defense strategy will be released on Wednesday, DW says, adding that its release comes amid “a raft of new security measures in the country.” [DW]

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Philippine Provinces / Nanghinol og dughan namatay kay naunay
« on: August 23, 2016, 03:36:15 PM »
Ni Jojo C. Ugdol (Banat) | Updated August 23, 2016 - 12:00am


CEBU, Philippines - Namatay ang usa ka 36 anyos nga lalaki nga gireklamong nanghinol og dughan ug misuway og bitad sa usa ka dalaga ngadto sa ngitngit dihang naunay kini sa iyang armas diha sa Sitio Taytayan, Brgy. Buhisan ning Dakbayan sa Sugbo pasado alas 7 sa nakalabay nga gabii.

Ang namatay giila nga si Benjamin Olipe, alyas Benjie, nagpuyo sa maong dapit kinsa nakaangkon og samad pinusilan sa iyang dughan nga gituohang naunay sa iyang armas.

Giimbestigar karon ang usa ka barangay tanod sa maong barangay nga si Norman Canencia, 54, nga giingong nakiglayog sa suspek atol unta sa pag-imbitar kaniya sa barangay hall.

Matud pa ni Police Officer 3 Winston Ybañez, imbestigador sa Homicide Section sa Cebu City Police Office nga nahinabi sa Banat News nga usa ka babaye ang nagpatabang sa barangay hall  ug mipasangil nga gihikap ang dughan ug gibunlot kini sa suspetsado paingon sa ngitngit.

Si Canencia giingong nag-duty niadtong orasa miresponde kuyog sa babaye ug giadto ang balay sa suspetsado.

Apan sumala pa ni Ybañez nga sa dihang gi-imbitar ang suspetsado nga pakuyogon ngadto sa barangay hall nasuko kini ug nanukmag.

Atol sa ilang komosyon giingong mibunot og armas ang suspetsado apan nakig-ilogay niini si Canencia ug tungatunga sa komosyon nibuto ang armas ug nahagba sa yuta ang suspetsado nga nakaangkon og samad sa dughan.

Human sa hitabo mitahan ang barangay tanod ngadto sa ilang barangay hall bitbit ang usa ka .357 revolver.

Si Ybañez miingon nga basi sa pamahayag sa inahan sa suspetsado miangkon kini nga tiggamitan og marijuana ang iyang anak.

Nasayran usab sa kapulisan nga ang suspetsado naapil sa listahan sa barangay sa mga nalambigit sa ilegal nga drugas.  (BANAT NEWS)

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Philippine Provinces / Kabit sa pari gipatay sa bana
« on: August 23, 2016, 03:30:03 PM »
Ni JEEPY P. COMPIO


GIPATAY ang usa ka asawa nga maestra sa iyang kaugalingong bana human nasayran nga adunay giingong tago nga relasyon sa school director sa pribadong tunghaan nga iyang gitudloan.

Ang pagpatay nahitabo alas kwatro sa hapon niadtong Dominggo, Agosto 21, didto sa ilang balay sa Gentiles Compound, Barangay Toril Poblacion, dakbayan sa Davao.

Nailhan ang biktima nga si Jacky Lou (bansagon gitago tungod sa hangyo sa kabanay), magtutudlo sa usa ka tunghaan sa Barangay Baliok, Talomo District ning siyudad.

Si Jacky Lou adunay upat ka gagmay nga mga anak.

Sa inisyal nga imbestigasyon ni Senior Police Officer 2 Leo Romero, Arson and Homicide Section investigator sa Toril Police Station, nasayran nga misulong ang suspek nga si Armando, sa tunghaan nga gitudloan sa iyang asawa nga natunong nga dunay nagpadayon nga programa nga Family Day ang tunghaan.

Subay sa report sa kapulisan, kalit gikompronta sa suspek ang school director sa tunghaan gumikan sa pagtuong dunay tago nga relasyon sa iyang asawa.

Ang school director gitawag nga pari sa iyang kongregasyon.

Tungod sa maong hitabo, nakurat ang mga ginikanan nga mitambong sa Family Day.

Una niini, nadunggan sa mga silingan nga nangayo pa og panabang ang biktima human sa panaglalis ug taud-taod napalgan nalang sa mga silingan nga patay na ang biktima.

Nakuha sa nahitaboan ang kutsilyo nga nabulit og dugo nga maoy gigamit sa pagdunggab sa makadaghang higayon.

Hinuon daling nasikop ang suspek sa kapulisan ug Task Force Davao human misulong sa tunghaan ang suspek.

Ang suspek gibalhog karon sa selda sa kapulisan samtang ang biktima gihaya sa Angel Funeral Parlor sa Toril.


Gipatik sa mantalaang Superbalita Davao Agosto 23, 2016.

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World Daily News / Can America Share Its Superpower Status?
« on: August 22, 2016, 04:14:59 PM »
http://nationalinterest.org/
Michael Lind
August 21, 2016


The United States is in long-term relative decline. In absolute terms, the America of the future will be richer. But because other countries like China and India, and other regions like Africa, are growing more rapidly, America’s share of global wealth will decline. So will America’s share of global military power, which, in the industrial era, is loosely rather than perfectly correlated with relative economic weight.

Primacy, as a concept in international relations, can refer either to polarity (a country’s share of global economic and military resources) or to hegemony (a specialized function within an interdependent international community). Whether defined as polarity or hegemony, American global primacy is coming to an end.

Projections of national shares in GDP in 2050 by think tanks, investment banks and consulting firms tend to converge at the prediction that the world will have three economic poles or cores—China, the United States and Europe—or perhaps four, if India enjoys rapid and sustainable growth. “The World in 2050,” a report by PwC, assigns 20 percent of global GDP (in purchasing power parity) to China, 14 percent to the United States and India, and a mere 12 percent to Europe as a whole in 2050. A 2015 report by the Economist Intelligence Unit paints a similar picture, concluding: “By 2030 the top three economies of the world will be the US, China and India. Such will be the growth of the two latter countries, in particular, that by 2050 they will each be richer than the next five (Indonesia, Germany, Japan, Brazil, and the UK) put together. This will represent a scale of wealth relative to the rest of the top ten that is unique in recorded history.” Indeed, to use PwC’s numbers, China, the United States, India and Europe together would account for around 60 percent of global GDP. Sub-Saharan Africa’s population will explode in the next few generations, but its successful development, if it occurs, will take a long time.

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Ni JOHN PAUL V. PEPITO


USA ka 50 anyos nga lalake ang gigulgulan sa iyang ulo-patay human makabikil niini ang iyang kaila sa Sitio Looc, Barangay Maribago, dakbayan sa Lapu-Lapu ka­gahapon sa kaadlawon.

Ang biktima mao si Raymundo Garbo, 50, tighimulbol og patay nga manok sa sabungan, ug nanimuyo sa dapit sud pa sa tulo ka buwan.

Matod ni PO2 Joseph Cutanda, imbestigador sa Lapu-Lapu City Police Office (LLCPO) nga si Garbo giputla’g ulo sa kaila niining mag-uyuan nga sila si Roldan Pangatungan, 36, pag-umangkon ni Leonilo Pangatuhan, 50.

Ang hitabo nakapalisang mismo sa mga residente sa dapit mga alas 6:30 sa buntag human nakit-an niini ang nagbuy-od nga lawas ni Garbo, kinsa naka-maong nga shorts apan wa nay t-shirt ug wa na sab iyang ulo.

Mga alas 10:40 sa bun­tag, usa pa nakit-an ang ulo sa biktima nga naa sa usa ka septic tank, mga 150 metros gikan sa iyang lawas.

Gihulagway sa mga taga Homicide Section nga may dinuslakan ang usa ka mata ni Garbo sa pagkarekober sa ulo niini.

Base sa pakisusi sa Superba­lita Cebu, ubos sa impluwensya sa ilimnong makahubog ang mga suspek.

Mismong si Roldan ang miangkon sa kapulisan nga siyay niunay og luglog sa liog sa biktima hangtod nga kini naputol samtang gihimakak ni Leonilo nga nitabang siya og gulgol.

Matod pa nga pag-uli sa mag-uyuan gikan sa diskuhan sa Sitio Jagna sa samang barangay, niagi sila sa balay ni Garbo.

Giingong kalit nga gidukol ni Raymundo si Roldan hinungdan sa ilang panaglalis nga niresulta sa komosyon diin miapil og kulata si Leonilo sa biktima.

Sumala pa ni Cutanda nga nisud si Roldan sa barongbarong ni Garbo ug nikuha og kutsilyo nga maoy gigamit niini sa krimen.

Nailhan sila si Roldan ug Leonilo nga may kalambigitan sa krimen tungod kay adunay sili­ngan si Leonilo nga nakakita niini nga nisud sa balay nianang pagkakaadlawon nga igo nalang nag-brip.

Nasuta usab sa Superbalita Cebu nga na-trace sa kapulisan ang nawala nga shorts ni Leonilo sa balay sa iyang si­lingan nga si Flora Paquibot, kinsa gikawatan sa maong suspek og tsinelas nga narekober ra sab sa balay ni Leonilo.

Nunot sa kabag-o pa sa lugar sa biktima, pabiling wa nahibawo ang mga silingan niini kon diin kini lumad nga lugar.

Adunay niingon nga gikan kini sa Davao, Mandaue ug Consolacion.

May mga tabitabi usab ang mga silingan sa biktima nga may napatay na kini niadto.

Ang mga suspek kasamtangang gibalhug sa prisuhan ug gikatakdang pasakaan og murder, dugang ni Cutanda.


Gipatik sa mantalaang Superbalita Cebu Agosto 22, 2016.

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(Associated Press) | Updated August 21, 2016 - 6:03pm


DAVAO, Philippines — President Rodrigo Duterte threatened Sunday to withdraw the Philippines from the United Nations and lashed out at US police killings of black men in his latest outburst against critics of his anti-drug campaign, which has left hundreds of suspects dead.
 
Duterte pointed to the haunting image of a bloodied child being pulled from the rubble of a missile-struck building in the Syrian city of Aleppo to note the inability of the US and the UN to stop such deadly conflicts, complaining that he comes under fire for the killings of criminals.
 
The US State Department and two UN human rights experts have urged Duterte and Filipino authorities to stop extrajudicial killings in the fight against illegal drugs and ensure law enforcement compliance with international human rights obligations. The Philippine National Police (PNP) said more than 500 drug suspects have been killed in gunbattles with police since Duterte was sworn into office eight weeks ago.
 
Agnes Callamard, the new UN Special Rapporteur on summary executions, suggested that Philippine officials could be held liable, saying in a recent statement that "claims to fight illicit drug trade do not absolve the government from its international legal obligations and do not shield state actors or others from responsibility for illegal killings."
 
Criticisms against his drug war, a problem that he says has become a pandemic, provoked an angry outburst from Duterte, who held a news conference after midnight Sunday that dragged on for more than two hours.
 
"Maybe we'll just have to decide to separate from the United Nations. If you're that rude, son of a bitch, we'll just leave you," Duterte told reporters in Davao, where he first built a reputation for his tough crime-busting style while serving as the city's longtime mayor.
 
Duterte also belittled UN work in the Philippines without providing facts, raising questions, for example, about the performance of the world body's agency that fights hunger.
 
If the Philippines breaks off from the UN — which Duterte called "inutile" and "stupid" — he said he would invite other countries like China and African nations to form a new international body. The UN, he said, should return Manila's financial contributions.
 
"Look at the iconic boy that was taken out from the rubble and he was made to sit in the ambulance and we saw it," Duterte said, referring to the photo of a 5-year-old Syrian boy, Omran Daqneesh, that has gone viral online.
 
"Why is it that United States is not doing anything? I do not read you," Duterte said. "Anybody in that stupid body complaining about the stench there of death?"
 
When asked about the possible repercussions of his remarks, Duterte replied: "I don't give a s*** about them. They are the ones interfering."
 
Duterte wondered whether UN officials were threatening to put him in prison and repeated that he was ready to sacrifice his life and presidency for his country.
 
Reacting to US criticisms, Duterte cited the string of shootings involving police and black men that have sparked protests in the US
 
"Why are you Americans killing the black people there, shooting them down when they are already on the ground?" he asked. "Answer that question, because even if it's just one or two or three, it is still human rights violations."
 
Duterte's drug crackdown has left more than 500 suspected dealers dead and more than 4,400 arrested since he took office on June 30. Nearly 600,000 people have surrendered to authorities, hoping to avoid getting killed. The arrests have further overwhelmed the country's overcrowded jails.

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