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Agence France-Presse |  Updated: Jun 06, 2016 10:09 IST


MANILA: The Philippine-president elect Rodrigo Duterte urged people to join his anti-crime crackdown, offering people huge bounties for killing drug dealers.

His announcement late on Saturday came as other officials began paying bounties for slain suspected criminals in an apparent attempt to ride on Duterte’s success.

Duterte won the presidential election last month, running on a platform of a ruthless anti-crime campaign.

After previously saying he would unleash the military and police on criminals, Duterte said the public could go after them as well. “If they are there in your neighbourhood, feel free to call us, the police or do it yourself if you have the gun. You have my support,” he told his cheering followers.

“If he fights and fights to the death, you can kill him,” he said, adding: “I will give you a medal.”

He stressed that drug addicts could not be rehabilitated and warned, “if you are involved in drugs, I will kill you. You son of a whore, I will really kill you.”

Duterte reiterated that his anti-crime campaign would be “a bloody war,” as he offered money for slain drug lords. “I will pay, for a drug lord: five million (pesos)($107,000) if he is dead. If he is alive, only 4.999 million,” he laughed.

Duterte, who takes office on June 30 and is the longtime mayor of the southern city of Davao, also offered smaller amounts for lower-ranked figures involved in the drug trade.

He did not say how a private citizen could identify suspects.

Duterte has previously been linked with vigilante “death squads” that have killed scores of people in Davao and has vowed to widen his campaign when he becomes president.

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Ni KRIS C. SIALANA


GIHAPAK og botelya ug gidunggab sa kaugalingong higala ang biktima human nga nalango na sa ilimnong makahubog samtang anaa nag-vigil niadtong miaging adlaw diha sa Balingasag, Misamis Oriental.

Samad sa ulo ug aping lakip na dinunggaban sa kilid ang naangkon sa biktima nga nailang si Joven, 39, ug residente sa nahisgutang dapit human gidunggab sa suspetsado nga giilang si Dodong, kinsa barkada ra usab niini.

Base sa impormasyong sa Northern Mindanao Medical Center (NMMC) ning siyudad sa Cagayan de Oro, diin gidala ang biktima, nasayran nga gikan nag-vigil ang duha ka silingan ug nagtagay-tagay sa ilimnong makahubog.

Nag-estorya pa kini sila apan sa dihang napa-ilawman na sa impluwensiya sa maong ilimnon miresulta kini sa panaglalis nga misangpot sa maong insidente.

Wala makabantay si Joven nga kalit nga nagkuha og botelya si Ramos ug gihapak sa ulo ug wala pa nakuntento gidunggab pa kini ginamit ang maon buak nga botelya.

Misuway og sukol ang biktima aron sukmagon kini apan giingong midagan.

Sa pagsulat niini nga balita, padayon pa nga nagpaalim sa NMMC ning siyudad ang biktimang si Joven.


Gipatik sa mantalaang Superbalita Cagayan de Oro Hunyo 06, 2016.

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GIHIMAKAK sa ulitawo ang alegasiyon kalabot sa pagpangawat og saging nga mokabat sa 50 ka kilo niadtong Martes mga alas 3:30 sa hapon sa Cogon Market, dakbayan sa Cagayan de Oro.

Ang nagpatala naila nga si Gloria Menisteryo, 60, minyo ug residente sa Bueno Oro, Macasandig ning dakbayan samtang ang suspek si Jimboy Ello, 19, ulitawo nga taga Mambatangan, Manolo Fortich, Bukidnon ug kasamtangang nanimuyo sa Justo-Ramonal, Barangay 32.

Sa nahipos nga report gikan sa Police Station 2 (PS2) sa Cogon, nasayran nga nagpatala si Menisteryo sa kapolisan human nga nasapon niya sa akto ang suspek nga gihakot ang saging nga lakatan niya hinungdan nga gisikop kini sa mga anaa sa maong dapit ug gidala sa presinto.

Samtang sa pakighinabi sa Sun.Star SuperBalita, gipanghimakak ni Ello ang alegasiyon ug giingong wala kini kasayoran nganong gipasanginlan.

“Igo lang man ko nag-internet dayon gidakop lang dayon ko, gipasanginlan ra ko gaingon pa gale sila nga nagbahad pa daw ko nga dunggabon nako sila bisan wala gayud na nako gibuhat,” ang hugtanong paghimakak sa suspek.

Gidugang pa niini nga nakurat na lamang kini ug gani gitabangan pa og kulata sa mga nagdakop kaniya.

Sa pagsulat niini nga balita, ang insidente ang nakatala sa buhatan sa kapolisan sa PS2.


Gipatik sa mantalaang Superbalita Cagayan de Oro Hunyo 02, 2016.

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Philippine Provinces / Ulitawo gi-hit and run sa babayeng hubog
« on: June 02, 2016, 07:03:08 PM »
Ni KRIS C. SIALANA


MILANDIG sa Northern Mindanao Medical Center (NMMC), dakbayan sa Cagayan de Oro, ang usa ka ulitawo human naligsan sa usa ka hubog nga babaye niadtong Martes mga alas 3:00 sa hapon sa Libona, Bukidnon.

Nagpaalim sa NMMC ang biktima nga si Alfredo Bonggo, 24, ulitawo ug lumulupyo sa Kinawe, Bukidnon.

Sa nahipos nga impormasiyon gikan sa NMMC, nasayran nga sa saysay sa igsoon nga si Marilyn nga samtang nag-estambay sa dapit si Bonggo kalit lamang kining napunggitan sa naghaguros nga motorsiklo.

Gikabutyag nga ang wala mailang babaye kinsa lango sah ilimnong makahubog ang nagmaneho sa motorsiklo nga nakapunggit ni Bonggo.

Human sa insidente, misibat dayon ang babaye ug gibiyaan nga nagbuy-od lamang si Bonggo sa kalsada hinungdan nga dali kining gidala sa mga nagpakabanang katawhan sa tambalanan.

Sa pagsulat niini nga balita, pabilin pa nga nagpaalim sa NMMC ang biktima samtang pabiling gawasnon ang responsable sa panghitabo.


Gipatik sa mantalaang Superbalita Cagayan de Oro Hunyo 02, 2016.

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TAGBILARAN CITY – Positibo ang panglantaw ni Bohol Gob. Edgar Chatto ubos ning bag-ong administrasyon.

Nag-awhag si Chatto sa mga Boholano sa pagsuporta sa bag-ong ad­ministrasyon ubos sa panguna sa bag-ong giproklamar nga si Pre­sident-elect Rodrigo Du­terte ug Vice Presi­dent-elect Leni Robredo diin maoy modumala sa nasod sud sa umaabot nga unom ka tuig.

Bag-uhay lang nga giprokalamar ang duha sa National Board of Canvassers (NBOC) diin nag-una sila si Duterte ug Robredo sa mga boto sa mga Boholano batok sa tagsa-tagsa nila ka mga kaatbang.

Ang pakig-alayon ug pakighiusa maoy importante nga lamas sa pagpadayon sa kaugmaran ug kalamboan ilabina sa probinsya sa Bohol, matod ni Chatto.

Sa iyang 35 ka tuig nga pagpanerbisyo sa pro­­bin­siya, di na bag-o ka­niya ang mga negatibong komento gikan sa uban.

Apan di kini maoy babag aron sa paghunong sa pagkab-ot sa iyang u­­­ban pang mga plano a­­­lang sa probinsiya.

Nitataw ang goberna­dor nga ang maayong re­lasyon ug pagsuporta tali sa probinsya ngadto sa nasyonal nga kagamha­nan adunay dakong ta­bang sa sayon nga pag-asenso sa Bohol. (LTB)


Gipatik sa mantalaang Superbalita Cebu Hunyo 01, 2016.

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One of the biggest trends in China is slowing down — and its a bad sign for the economy
Brenda Goh and Clare Jim


WENZHOU, China/HONG KONG (Reuters) - After two decades trying to make a life in China's entrepreneurial city of Wenzhou, Ji Shouquan and his brother Shoufang are ready to head home.

They say they have no hope of stepping onto the city's housing ladder and it is getting more difficult to earn a decent wage.

China is relying on millions of internal migrants taking up jobs in cities to boost the urban population and consumption. It hopes this will fuel more sustainable long-term economic growth and reduce the country's reliance on big industry and exports that powered the country's rise in the last three decades.

But migration is slowing down and workers are more reluctant to travel across the country to find jobs, trends that could undermine these efforts.

"It's really tough to make money," said Shouquan, who earns about 5,000 yuan ($767) a month as a sound technician in a karaoke lounge. "Of the six or seven friends who used to work at the KTV, only two of us are still holding on. Most have gone home."

His taxi-driver brother, Shoufang, said that's what they'll probably end up doing too.

Both have scrimped enough to buy property in their home town of Fuyang in the largely agricultural province of Anhui in eastern China, where home prices are about a fifth of the cost of Wenzhou, which is in the neighboring province of Zhejiang.

"It's unrealistic for migrant workers like us to buy in Wenzhou, unless you've got your own business," Shoufang said.

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by Keiko Ujikane
May 31, 2016 — 3:00 AM BDT


Japanese investment in Southeast Asia continues to grow, owing to the region’s potential and low labor costs, amid simmering tensions that reduce the appeal of China for some Japanese businesses.

For a third straight year, in 2015 the amount of foreign direct investment from Japan to the 10-member Association of Southeast Asian Nations exceeded such investment in China and Hong Kong, according to figures compiled by the Japan External Trade Organization.

The pace has been accelerating -- the outstanding amount of Japanese investment to Asean nations almost tripled from five years ago to 20.1 trillion yen ($180.9 billion) at the end of last year, according to Bank of Japan data.

Japanese investment growth to China slowed after protests there intensified in 2012 following a territorial dispute over islands in the East China Sea, prompting Japanese companies to diversify investment risks.

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LEKSIYON alang sa ilegal nga mananagat.

Usa ka 31-anyos nga mananagat ang namatay dihang nibuto sa iyang walang kamot ang dinamita ug wa niya malabay sa dagat sa Barangay Sonog, lungsod sa San Francisco, isla sa Camotes.

Giila sa kapulisan sa San Francisco ang namatay nga si Dionisio Gomez Bensig Jr., 31, molupyo sa samang barangay ug wa pa matino sa kapulisan kon minyo kini.

Samtang, ang kauban sa biktima nga si Lito Avila nakaangkon og seryusong samad sa nagkalainlaing bahin sa lawas ug nagpaalim sa iyang mga samad sulod sa usa ka ospital.

Si PO3 Jose Florentino, imbestigador sa kapulisan, niingon nga si Bensig bag-o lang nanagat gamit ang dinamita.

“Bag-o ra daw to nagpraktis, dili to siya beterano,” matod ni Florentino nga nahinabi sa Sun.Star Cebu.
“Ang mga beterano gipangbantayan na man sa taga barangay," dason niya.

Matod sa kapulisan, walay laing mga mananagat sa dapit atol sa hitabo ug nasayran na lang kini sa uban dihang nakabati sa kusog nga pagbuto sa dinamita.

Si Florentino nagkanayon nga ang fuse sa dinamita ni Bensig posible nga na-short hinungdan sa iyang daling pagbuto.

Sa imbestigasyon, nagpakita nga sila si Avila ug Bensig nanagat sa kadagatan sa Sonog gamit lang ang sakayan niadtong Biyernes, alas 2:30 sa hapon.

Si Bensig maoy nidagkot sa dinamita.

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Remember when we said that death was the great leveler except where car accidents are involved? Turns out that’s not quite true. Although life expectancy is rising overall, this shift masks a worrisome trend: Life expectancy for the richest now far outstrips life expectancy for the poorest.

For US men born in 1930, being in the bottom 20 percent of income meant having a life expectancy of 76.6 years when they hit age 50 in 1980. For men born in 1960, it was essentially the same. By the time they hit their 50th birthdays in 2010, they could expect to live a total of 76.1 years. This doesn’t seem so bad until you compare it with those in the top 20 percent of income. In that same time period, their life expectancy leaped from 81.7 to 88.8 years.

That means that America’s richest can now comfortably expect 12 more years of life than their poorest counterparts, up from the extra five years that they would have enjoyed 35 years ago. It’s not just the US that’s seeing this trend, either.

In Britain, inhabitants of wealthy Chelsea can already expect to live six years longer than those in struggling Tower Hamlets less than 2 kilometers (1 mi) away. That’s the same as the difference between the UK’s average life expectancy and Vietnam’s. Looks like death is a sucker for inequality. -- http://listverse.com/

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History / May 1945: Five Kamikaze pilots and one puppy
« on: May 30, 2016, 12:21:15 PM »
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MAAYONG pagkabalintong sa usa ka babaye human gilabnihan sa riding-in-tandem mga alas 4:00 sa hapon niadtong milabay nga adlaw sa Rizal-Chavez Streets ning siyudad sa Cagayan de Oro.

Naila ang biktima nga mao si Marjury (bansagon gipatago), 35, minyo ug lumolupyo sa Adelfa Extension, Carmen ning siyudad.

Sa impormasiyon gikan sa Police Station 1 (PS1) sa Divisoria nasayran nga samtang anaa sa maong dapit ang biktima kalit lamang kining gilabnihan sa mga suspetsado nga nakamotorsiklo.

Nabitad ang shoulder bag sa biktima hinungdan nga maayong pagkatumba niini ug gumikan sa kakusog sa impak sa pagkahagsa hinungdan sa pagkaumod sa dagway sa maong babaye nga miresulta sa bun-og ug samad sa iyang nawong.

Dali usab nga nakasibat ang mga wala mailang suspek dala ang bag sa biktima samtang ang biktima ang gidala sa city hospital.

Sa pagsulat niini nga balita ang maong babaye ang pabilin pa nga anaa sa nahisgutang balay tambalanan samtang ang maong insidente ang giduso na sa operatiba sa kapolisan sa PS1.


Gipatik sa mantalaang Superbalita Cagayan de Oro Mayo 29, 2016.

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Inspiration & Hope / Keep your chin up
« on: May 30, 2016, 05:14:37 AM »
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Science and Research / The world as we know it is an illusion
« on: May 28, 2016, 02:32:31 PM »
This cognitive scientist says the world as we know it is an illusion
Amanda Gefter, Quanta Magazine


As we go about our daily lives, we tend to assume that our perceptions — sights, sounds, textures, tastes — are an accurate portrayal of the real world.

Sure, when we stop and think about it — or when we find ourselves fooled by a perceptual illusion — we realize with a jolt that what we perceive is never the world directly, but rather our brain’s best guess at what that world is like, a kind of internal simulation of an external reality.

Still, we bank on the fact that our simulation is a reasonably decent one. If it wasn’t, wouldn’t evolution have weeded us out by now? The true reality might be forever beyond our reach, but surely our senses give us at least an inkling of what it’s really like.

Not so, says Donald D. Hoffman, a professor of cognitive science at the University of California, Irvine. Hoffman has spent the past three decades studying perception, artificial intelligence, evolutionary game theory and the brain, and his conclusion is a dramatic one: The world presented to us by our perceptions is nothing like reality. What’s more, he says, we have evolution itself to thank for this magnificent illusion, as it maximizes evolutionary fitness by driving truth to extinction.

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By: Boying Pimentel
@inquirerdotnet
INQUIRER.net US Bureau
01:57 AM May 28th, 2016
 

What’s supposed to be a sacred resting place for the nation’s heroes may have to be given another name: “Libingan ng Mga Bayani at Isang Diktador.”

What’s noteworthy is, in reaffirming his plan to allow the Marcos family to bury Ferdinand Marcos at the Libingan ng Mga Bayani, even President-elect Duterte is now admitting that the late dictator, considered the second most corrupt ruler in recent history, is no hero.

He is allowing the late dictator to be buried at the Libingan ng Mga Bayani “not because he (was) a hero, but because he was a Filipino soldier.”

But Duterte sure is choosing to honor the worst kind of Filipino soldier. And in doing so, he’s disrespecting the truly honorable Filipino soldiers, especially those buried at the Libingan ng Mga Bayani.

It’s a safe bet many of the soldiers buried there did not make up tall tales about what they did during the war.

That’s not the case with Marcos, the most notorious fake hero in Philippine history.

“’This is not true, no. Holy cow. All of this is a complete fabrication. It’s a cock-and-bull story.”

That was the famous reaction of former US Army Captain Ray Hunt, who commanded Filipino guerrillas during World War II, when he was told of Marcos’ claims that he was the leader of impressive guerrilla force that wreaked havoc on enemy forces during the war.

“Marcos was never the leader of a large guerrilla organization, no way,” Hunt told the New York Times.

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By Dennis Normile
Sep. 29, 2014 , 3:00 PM


Polynesian seafarers colonized Pacific islands stretching from Samoa and New Zealand to Easter Island and Hawaii centuries before Europeans discovered that ocean. But the details of when and how the Polynesians managed to traverse such vast stretches of open water are little understood. Now, a new archaeological find illuminates the construction of Polynesian canoes, while a study of ancient climate patterns bears on a long-standing debate about when Polynesians acquired the capability to sail into the wind.

The first piece of the puzzle is a fragment of a wooden canoe found in 2012 near the Anaweka River on the northwest coast of New Zealand's South Island. The 6-meter-long plank is likely part of a hull of a canoe that was originally up to 20 meters long and either had two hulls connected by and supporting a deck or had an outrigger—a sort of minihull connected to the canoe by arms—that provided stability. Radiocarbon dating indicates the canoe made its last voyage around 1400, and researchers believe it was built in New Zealand because it was constructed with wood from trees native to the islands. But two features suggest a strong tie to Polynesia. The plank has ribs carved into the inside face that suggest the craft's structure resembled a similar-aged canoe from the Society Islands, more than 4000 kilometers to the northeast, the authors report in a paper published online today in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS). The plank also has a relief carving of a sea turtle that would have been toward the rear of the craft just above the water line. Such turtles are common artistic motifs among the Polynesians but rarely appear in art native to New Zealand.

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DAVAO DEL NORTE -- Sa prisohan na nabuntagan ang usa ka babayeng minyo sa usa ka Hapon kuyog ang trato niini human gisikop sa mga pulis tungod sa kasong pagpanapaw.

"Bulag na man mi ato niya. Nakuratan gayud ko," ni Juvy (tinuod nga ngalan gitago), 32, molupyo sa dakbayan sa Tagum.

Kuyog niini nga gidakop ang kapuyo nga si Eric (tinuod nga ngalan gitago sab), 28.

Parehong negusyante ug managsilingan lamang ang duruha.

Duna nay anak ang duruha nga mag-usa ka tuig apan rason ni Juvy, 2009 pa lamang, imbalido na ang iyang kasal sa usa ka Hapon.

Duha ang iyang mga anak sa Hapon ug alegar niini, wala matud pa sila gisuportahan.

Bisan tua sa Japan, moanhi matud pa sa Pilipinas ang Hapon aron mahikay ang kaso batok kaniya.

"Taud-taod na to nga naay summon batok sa akoa wala man nako to gitubag," saysay sa babaye dihang nahinabi sa Superbalita.

Kasamtangang ania sa nasud ang iyang kanhing banang Hapon.

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LGU Philippines / Leni Robredo is Vice President
« on: May 28, 2016, 01:51:49 AM »
By: Marc Jayson Cayabyab
@MJcayabyabINQ
INQUIRER.net
07:21 PM May 27th, 2016
 

Liberal Party candidate Camarines Sur Rep. Ma. Leonor “Leni” Robredo is the country’s vice president.

Robredo on Friday trumped her closest rival, Sen. Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr., the son and namesake of the late dictator.

According to the official count of Congress sitting as the National Board of Canvassers, Robredo led the race with 14,418,817 votes, or just 263,473 ahead of Marcos who got 14,155,344.

She was declared winner after the closing of the canvassing of 166 certificates of canvass (COCs) at past 7 p.m. on Friday, which incidentally was also the 58th birthday of her late husband, interior secretary and former Naga City Mayor Jesse Robredo.

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MAAJID NAWAZ
05.25.16 11:00 AM ET


The Turkish president’s addiction to power is a disease his country can no longer afford.


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LONDON—Turkey’s Recep Tayyip Erdogan came to power in 2002, a year after the formation of his AK party. But spending 11 years as prime minister wasn’t enough. In 2011, Erdogan changed the system, clearing the way for him to become  the country’s first directly elected president in 2013.

True to all incremental power grabs, he initially sold this move to Turks as merely “ceremonial.”

That facade has now ended.

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