Thursday, February 22, 2018



If you are one of the many Aikatsu fans who are wistfully willing to say farewell to the STAR☆ANIS and AIKATSU☆STARS! groups who are responsible for the songs that bring life throughout the Aikatsu franchise for five years, here's a little something for your nostalgic pleasure, as if you're one of the many who got hooked to the Photokatsu app game.

This is the first batch of the greatest hits selection of songs as heard from the Aikatsu! Photo on Stage!! app game. It's called the Photokatsu Chronicle and the folks from Lantis compiled up the first batch of best songs to reminisce all day long. From songs like GLAMOUROUS BLUE, ♡Powa×PuRi×Power♡, Star Heart, including the bonus track never before heard, this first batch of Photokatsu's greatest hits are performed by theirs truly, the STAR☆ANIS and AIKATSU☆STARS! groups, and here's hoping that with this first batch, your love for Aikatsu will have a special place on your heart. Oh wait, the Photokatsu game has been around for two years now but what the hey, this first batch of Photokatsu's greatest hits makes a decent souvenir for your love of all things Aikatsu!

Don't miss the last concert of STAR☆ANIS and AIKATSU☆STARS! at the end of February and be sure to keep playing Aikatsu! Photo on Stage!!


01 カメレオントーク★
02 センチメンタルベリー
03 ドラマチックガール
04 お願いビーナス
05 ドリームバルーン
06 青い苺
07 夏色バタフライ
09 きらめきメッセンジャー
10 ゴシック・ロックン・ローズ
11 ♡Powa×PuRi×Power♡
12 クリスマス☆スターライト
13 夢のレセプション
14 ときめきマタドール∞
15 Star Heart 4:14
16 マジックスマイル (BONUS TRACK)

Let's Do The News! (February 22, 2018)

- Brigadier General Bienvenido Datuin is named as the new spokesperson of the Armed Forces of the Philippines, replacing Gen. Edgard Arevalo, who will focus on his duties as Assistant AFP Deputy Chief of Staff for Civil Military Operations.

- Yesterday, the Philippines welcomed the Kuwaiti government's decision to grant their request to extend its amnesty program. Through the extended amnesty program, Kuwait said it would allow several thousands more of undocumented Filipinos to return home.

- On a related note, the Overseas Workers Welfare Administration states that for the past two years, almost 200 Filipinos have died in Kuwait. OWWA on Wednesday’s Senate inquiry on the death of Joanna Demafelis revealed that 196 Filipinos died in Kuwait; 155 of these deaths were due to medical reasons, 14 from accidents, 22 committed suicide, and five were due to unknown reasons.

- As US President Donald Trump mulls arming the school's teachers, students galvanised by the deadly mass shooting at a Florida high school confronted lawmakers on Wednesday with demands to restrict sales of assault rifles. The unprecedented lobbying effort by groups of teenagers and parents at the White House and at the Florida statehouse in Tallahassee played out as fellow students staged classroom walkouts and rallies in cities across the country.

- Actress Jennifer Lawrence rejects critics over her "sexist" dress remark. Lawrence on Tuesday posed for photos in London with “Red Sparrow” director Francis Lawrence and her co-stars, including Jeremy Irons. The Oscar-winning actress wore an eye-catching black dress with a plunging neckline and hip-high slit, while the men wore coats.

- Singer Ed Sheeran scored the most awards in the recent Brit Awards.

- The second-generation Peugeot 508 was unveiled, featuring a fastback styling, new interior, new tech, and new choice of engines.

2019 Peugeot 508
- Volvo unveiled the all-new V60 estate ahead of its Geneva Motor Show premiere next month.

2019 Volvo V60
- Kunos Simulazioni unveiled Assetto Corsa Competizione, the official video game of the Blancpain GT Series, set to arrive this summer.

- Actor Ren Osugi passed away at the age of 66. Osugi appeared in numerous Takeshi Kitano, Takashi Miike films; starred in Final Fantasy XIV Dad of Light series.

- The Cardcaptor Sakura madness continues with a special festival happening at Chiyoda from late March to early April.

- Netizens slammed Eat Bulaga presenter Joey de Leon for issuing an "offensive" joke to a prostitute-turned-born-again-Christian.


Forza Motorsport 7: The Chiron takes flight!

Molsheim's newest force without master is now under the command of every Forza Motorsport 7 player because due to inconsistent public demand, the newest Bugatti hypercar, the Chiron is now secured by the game's Dell Gaming Car Pack and now, it's time for its key to release its power and grace under my command.

Before getting my dibs on Bugatti's newest hypercar, let's take a quick explanation about the Chiron, okay? Okay, when the Veyron's reign is finished, Bugatti's prepared for its new heir to the predecessor's throne. Enter the Chiron, the most powerful, fastest, most luxurious and most exclusive production super sports car in the world. Premiered at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show, the Chiron is the latest generation of the ultimate sports car and it's all new from the ground up.

The Chiron's new 8.0L W16 quad-turbo engine with two-stage turbocharging produces 1,500HP of power, a first for a road car, and 1,600Nm of torque, mated to a specifically-developed seven-speed dual-clutch gearbox featuring the largest, highest-performance clutch fitted to a passenger car. It is capable of accelerating from standstill to 400kph to none in 41.96 seconds and in its top speed mode, the Chiron is capable of 420kph (261mph) of top speed limited for road use.

Apart from its feral performance, the Chiron features an extremely high rigidity monocoque, an adaptive chassis for significantly greater agility and driving comfort, new high-performance tyres, new F1-inspired high-performance brakes, an intelligent air intake management for better aerodynamics, and heat shield for the best brake cooling, among many others all rolled up into one handcrafted masterpiece.

The Chiron is produced at Bugatti's Molsheim HQ and up to 500 units to be made, each costing 2.4 million euros.

In a Series 24 episode of Top Gear, Chris Harris checks out the Bugatti Chiron and engaged on an epic race across the Middle East against Matt LeBlanc taking all sorts of vehicles from a Stig-driven limo, a HondaJet, and a motorbike to the finish line. In the end, the Chiron lost the epic duel.

I can't believe it. Even though this game is slowly becoming "the ultimate racing game of your generation" in the same way an all-oldies AM radio station DWWW called themselves "the ultimate station of your generation playing the music of your life", judging the fact that they keep adding older cars of the past century in-game or DLC, they still remember those guys. They still remember the Top Gear episode where Chris Harris drives the Chiron on an epic Middle East race as well as The Grand Tour episode where Jeremy Clarkson drives the Chiron from Saint Tropez to Turin for a date with his contessa. See what I mean? Yes, I know they're long overdue to feature the Chiron because that car came out two years ago and we are desperate as heck to see the Forza franchise feature it for our driving pleasure. Now that it's here, it's time to see what's what about the Chiron.

Of course the Chiron is the fastest car in the world but obviously, it isn't the fastest car in the world right now because some boutique supercar companies, namely Koenigsegg, managed to smash the Chiron's records, especially its predecessor, which remains the benchmark for hypercars everywhere. Still, the Chiron is engineered to the highest magnitude and then some, resulting to a hypercar that not only roars with its ferocious speed but also comes with the velvety smoothness of the jet set lifestyle. It really is the Concorde of the road like the Veyron.

What are the Chiron's highlights? First, it can accelerate from 0-186mph faster than your average city car doing 0 to 60. At high speeds, it will empty its fuel tank in less than nine minutes, the equivalent of seven shot glasses per second. For cooling, the Chiron has ten radiators and a water pump which sends 200 gallons of water a minute round the engine. The news just keeps on going but in the end, it's about the speed itself that makes it the Chiron's party piece. I know, I tried but I won't tell you how fast I drove the Chiron on the straight but all that rumble and the crispy exhaust note makes me want to chew an industrial sized packet full of pork rinds. So, what about on the track? To find out, I went to the Top Gear track.

You might imagine that just because it's a mid-engined supercar does it mean that it can handle round a corner as usual but just like it's predecessor, the Chiron is downright heavy and it's not cumbersome by the feeling of it but it tackles corners in unpredictable patterns. It's about as scary to drive as listening to Vice Ganda's ramblings just to tick other people off. It's My Little Heart with a dab of Royal Sword on it and that makes for a very challenging statement.

Question? Is the Chiron better than the Veyron? To find out, I attempt to be the real-world record set by The Stig round the track in the Veyron Super Sport at the time of 1:16.8 and all I have to do that is beat that without crashing.

The time? I did it in 1:15.545, which means I've beat the predecessor's real time record by a considerable gap but for me, that wasn't fast enough. Still, this is the best I could for Bugatti's newest heir to its throne.

The Chiron may have lost its iron throne to the others, especially to the likes of Koenigsegg, but it really is a force without master that is now under the strength of the select privy by the power of its key. At first, it's all about going itself into Siege mode but it goes all the way into Flight mode to see how far can the Chiron go at such naked speeds in double time. With the Chiron now secured in the world of Forza, cars like this will make players happy to come back playing some more. Speaking of which, here's a little end note to conclude my dibs with the Chiron...

Speaking of "siege" and "flight", it does make a nice statement, although unsure about my special treatment. It makes me wanna yell "HOEEEEEEEE!!!"

PyeongChang 2018: February 21, 2018

Alpine Skiing, Bobsleigh, Cross-Country Skiing, Freestyle Skiing, and Speed Skating are the highlights of Wednesday's PyeongChang games and let's take a look at the winners of the day.

At the Ladies Downhill, winner goes to Sofia Goggia of Italy, at the Women's Bobsleigh, the Germans are bringing home the gold, USA for the Ladies' Team Sprint Free, another gold for Norway after winning the Men's Team Sprint Free, Brady Leman of Canada for the Men's Ski Cross, The Netherlands beats Japan at the Ladies' Team Pursuit, and South Korea beats Norway at the Men's Team Pursuit.

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Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Fourth-generation Hyundai Santa Fe (TM)

Hyundai's midsize crossover, the Santa Fe, is now on its fourth-generation and for this generation, it promises to be a better-looking and more functional Santa Fe than ever before and looks like they're feeling a little tense over this full model change.

2019 Hyundai Santa Fe
2019 Hyundai Santa Fe

So, fourth-generation Santa Fe, huh? By the glance of its new shape, you can really tell judging from its Kona-styled nose, side view inspired from the Infiniti QX80, and the rear view copied from the Lexus NX. It's all about the things that are right balanced with the things that are wrong and in the subject of being a car with exquisite tastes, it's somewhat above average overall, but it's more than enough to swoon the crowd more than those not-for-Japan PPVs sold beyond the ASEAN market. Impressive though, but has the interior changed?

2019 Hyundai Santa Fe interior
2019 Hyundai Santa Fe interior

On the inside, it's starting to feel like every other Hyundai of today since the iONIQ but the new Santa Fe offers some nifty features like the instrumental panel styled like the upcoming Honda CR-V, sat-nav with song recognition courtesy of SoundHound, HUD, and smart power liftgate that automatically opens when you lift your foot up. In partial terms of comfort, get this; in the previous Santa Fe, getting through the third row seat is as squishy as becoming a Jill sandwich and when the second row seats are heavily occupied with child seats, Jill sandwich. There you go. In this new model, it's now bigger than the previous model and it has the same creature comforts of that certain seven-seater SUV your big sister used to drove. Yes, there's a third-row seat present and as long as it's not occupied with those heinous child seats, the second-row seats makes up a nice sweet spot but if they're here, off to the third row seats you go but surprisingly, you'll have slightly less chance of becoming, well you get the point, and there's room in the back for your grocery shopping or stuff from the thrift store.

2019 Hyundai Santa Fe

Of course, the dynamics are slightly improved compared to the last one but the engine choices remain the same as the previous model, meaning you're still greeted with either a 2.0L CRDi-VGT, a 2.2L CRDi-VGT, or a 2.0L T-GDi engine with 235PS of power and 36kg-m of torque, all mated to an 8-speed automatic gearbox and R-MDPS for questionable but effortless steering. For 4WD models, the Santa Fe comes with HTRAC AWD System that works rather well in either tarmac, gravel, and snow, but awkwardly, power transfers to the front wheels under normal conditions and when Sport mode's engaged, you have a lot of explanation to do. Speaking of safety, the Santa Fe comes with Hyundai's SmartSense suite of safety features as well as Hyundai's first Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance Assist.

If you're interested in the Santa Fe TM, you'd better book one now because the new model starts at 28,150,000 Korean Won and while this is a slight price bump compared to the previous model, looks like everyone's taking interest on the new Santa Fe right now, especially those pesky smugglers. To evaluate, while the Santa Fe's design is a yes and a no from the crowd, the interior space is now roomier enough to avoid the Jill sandwich scenario but with the second-row seats occupied by child seats, kiss your sweet spots goodbye. While the choice of engines sound reasonable for a family crossover, it's the HTRAC that will make you noticed because even if it makes you go anywhere, there's no point of getting away from your driving style that decides the fate of the new Santa Fe. The more you know.

Photo: Hyundai Motor Company

Let's Do The News! (February 21, 2018)

- The chief of the Moro Islamic Liberation Front, Murad Ebrahim, warned of another attack in Mindanao similar to last year's Marawi Siege following the government’s triumph against the Maute group. According to Ebrahim, it is likely that Jihadists loyal to the ISIS ideology may orchestrate an attack somewhere in Mindanao similar to the one mounted by the Maute group did.

- President Rodrigo Duterte hosted a dinner with some 241 former New People's Army members in the Malacanang Palace. The NPA guerillas are from the provinces of Davao del Norte and Compostela Valley, and 38 out of the 241 surrenderees are female fighters who boarded two military transport planes from the Davao International Airport to Manila.

- The Department of Health is seeking help from the World Health Organization as it investigates the link between dengue vaccine Dengvaxia and the deaths of its recipients.

- The Department of Environment and Natural Resources is eyeing to look into the environmental welfare of Palawan. Specifically, DENR aims to evaluate the condition of the subterranean river national park in Puerto Princesa and El Nido.

- Florida House rejected a ban on many semiautomatic weapons and large capacity magazines as dozens of survivors of last week's school shooting headed to the state Capitol to turn their grief into political action. Lawmakers voted down a motion to consider the ban during a session that opened with a prayer for the 17 people killed by a former student last Wednesday at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland. The vote in the Republican-dominated body was 36-71.

- The Porsche 911 GT3 RS is now on its 2019 model year, equipped with an improved 4.0L engine producing 520HP of power, making it the most powerful naturally-aspirated Porsche ever made, resulting to 0-100kph time of 3.2 seconds and onwards to 312kph.

2019 Porsche 911 GT3 RS
- Ferrari unveiled the 488 Pista, which is the more potent version of the 488 GTB which drops 90kg of weight, features motorsport-inspired dynamics, and comes with an improved 4.0L V8 twin turbo engine producing 720PS of power and 770Nm of torque, resulting to a 0-100kph time of 2.85 seconds and onwards to over 340kph.

2019 Ferrari 488 Pista

- Lotus Cars has done it again in the hardcore track toy stakes with the new 3-Eleven 430, which comes with an improved 3.5L V6 supercharged engine producing 430HP of power and 440Nm of torque, resulting to a 0-60mph time of 3.1 seconds and onwards to 180mph. It's the fastest Lotus road car to lap Hethel in 0.8 seconds quicker than the Exige Cup 430, delivering a benchmark time of 1:24.

2018 Lotus 3-Eleven 430

- Musician and composer Yuji Kajiura announced that she left the Space Craft Produce talent agency to go freelancing. Also, she announced the closure of her fan club FictionJunction Club. Kajiura is known for making BGMs from popular anime shows, and started the FictionJunction project as well as the Kalafina music group.

- BBC unveiled the new Doctor Who logo.



Let's begin with the Metal Gear series because for over three decades, this stealth action game franchise became the hallmark of Konami history as well as the man behind it, Sir Hideo Kojima himself. When Mr. Kojima left Konami for good to start his own development team from scratch, fans are wondering what will the future of the Metal Gear franchise be without him and turns out, despite Mr. Kojima's departure, the franchise still survives and as demonstrated by its latest installment.

Metal Gear Survive

This is what they come up with. It's called METAL GEAR SURVIVE and true to its name, the franchise does survive despite Mr. Kojima's departure from Konami, but on the wrong reason because as it implies, MG SURVIVE is a combination of stealth and survival game that takes a lot of wits to survive in a horrifying new world you set foot.

Using the game mechanics from THE PHANTOM PAIN, MG Survive works in both ways, you can either go on a solo campaign to delve deeper to the story of the game or play cooperatively with mates online. Whichever game style you go for, the game gets tougher and tougher but the rewards will get better for your next exploration. 

In solo player, you are assuming the role of a soldier caught up from the fall of Mother Base as seen at the end of Ground Zeroes. Under the hands of a top secret organization, you've been sent out to a distorted world full of creatures known as Wanderers to find the cure from this infection. 

Before setting off, you can personalize what soldier will you be and when setting off, you need to be familiar with the survival elements you come across. Because this is a survival game, you need to collect items to craft items and weapons. Later on, you will encounter survivors that will be proven to benefit you in your home base. At home base, you can craft items, check your staff, produce necessities such as food, water, and medicine (of course), fortify with defenses, you can customize whatever you want to make your home base unique as long as its battle ready in case of a swarm of Wanderers lurking your way.  Oh yeah, as you explore the treacherous environment, you may ran into the mist world and because you're equipped with the oxygen tank, surviving the mist world is harsh indeed because battling enemies will deplete your oxygen level so best to be careful while you're out there.

Playing co-op with other players is the great way to experience MG Survive at its best and in this kind of co-op, players need to defend the Wormhole Digger from a wave of creatures. Defend it long enough, the mission is a success and you can keep the rewards such as materials needed for crafting items and equipment as well as other stuff. Goof this off, the mission is a failure. It's important to cooperate with other players and come prepared with the strongest equipment available to make sure missions can go smoothly as planned and if you are enjoying it, it can be very rewarding and addictive.

How to sum this game up? Well, the franchise did survive but in the wrong direction because it's different to the Metal Gear games we're familiar with and blending stealth action with survival gameplay sounds like a new challenge for seasoned Metal Gear fanatics but since this is a Metal Gear game, it's worth a shot trying it. It can be very unpleasant at first but the more you play MG Survive, the more you're getting the hang of this new kind of Metal Gear gameplay and that is the bottom line. Of course, the Metal Gear saga has been with us for three decades and while the franchise managed to survive without Mr. Kojima, it feels kind of tragic knowing that the franchise shriveled itself to the wrong way around and as demonstrated with MG Survive, it leaves players in a sea of disappointing faces knowing that a Metal Gear game is not a Metal Gear game without Mr. Kojima but since what's done is done, there's no turning back to it so enjoy playing this new Metal Gear game while you can.

PyeongChang 2018: February 20, 2018

As the PyeongChang Winter Olympics is nearing to its climax this week, focus on that day's games are Biathlon, Figure Skating, Freestyle Skiing, Nordic Combined, and Short Track Speed Skating.

For Tuesday's winners, the French team became the winners of the 2x6km Women + 2x7.5km Men Mixed Relay, Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir won the Ice Dance Free for Canada, Cassie Sharpe scored another gold for Canada after winning the Ladies' Ski Halfpipe, and a 1-2-3 finish at the Individual Gundersen LH/10km Cross-Country for Germany with Johannes Rydzek won gold followed by silver placer Fabian Riessle, and bronze placer Eric Frenzel.


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Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Honda Legend KC2 - 2018 minor change

The Honda Legend KC2 was meant to be Honda's answer to the likes of the Nissan Fuga and the Lexus GS and while the NSX-derived Sport Hybrid SH-AWD system sounds revolutionary at first, no one's really caught on because as I suspect, no one's interested in Honda's flagship saloon despite the NSX connection to it. To up the ante, a minor change was implemented and looks like there's going to be a lot of explanation to do with Honda's flagship hybrid luxury saloon.

2018 Honda Legend

If you are aware of this, the 2018MY Honda Legend is now a Japanese equivalent of the recently facelifted Acura RLX and as hinted by the odd-looking hexagonal grille, the Jewel Eye headlamps that are not good for people with trypophobia, the redesigned front bumper, new wheels, and new rear design, you can really tell that Honda did spoiled the good looks of the Legend in the same way Ford did with their Mustang. Yes, the pre-facelifted design looks nice but the facelifted design looks horrible to many.

2018 Honda Legend interior
2018 Honda Legend interior

The interior is still the same as the pre-facelifted Legend but refined with some added materials to keep it fresh. You are still greeted with the annoying dual screen dashboard, some buttons in place of a gear lever, the Krell 14-speaker Audio System, head-up display system and so on but still, you will have that "out on a limo" feeling when you experience its level of luxury.

2018 Honda Legend

Like its American equivalent, the 2018MY Legend's SH-AWD has been recalibrated for better dynamics but still, it still has the same 3.5L i-VTEC V6 direct-injected engine mated with three electric motors that produces 314PS of power and 371Nm of torque while mated with a 7-speed DCT and torque vectoring. Fuel economy is still at 16.4 km/l by soon-to-be-outdated JC08 mode standards.

For safety, the Legend comes with Honda Sensing uite of safety tech such as Collision Mitigation Braking System with automatic emergency braking, Lane Departure Warning, Forward Collision Warning, Lane Keeping Assist, Adaptive Cruise Control with Low-Speed Follow and Road Departure Mitigation.

The 2018 Honda Legend starts at 7,074,000 Japanese Yen and while the price sounds expensive for a Honda saloon, you can still afford one compared to the Lexus GS450h but why bother? There were only a few people interested of buying a Honda Legend and despite its new look, the status quo remains the same for now.

Available Colors: Majestic Black Pearl, Premium Crystal Red Metallic, Platinum White Pearl, Super Platinum Metallic, Gilded Pewter Metallic, Premium Deep Rosso Pearl, Modern Steel Metallic, and Obsidian Blue Pearl.

Photo: Honda Motor Co., Ltd.

Let's Do The News! (February 20, 2018)

- Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque, in a heated conversation with Rappler reporter Pia Ranada, clarified that she is allowed to take part in scheduled Palace briefings until such time that Rappler’s appeal against the decision of the Securities and Exchange Commission is resolved.

- Former Peruvian leader Alberto Fujimori, who was pardoned for corruption and human rights abuse and freed form jail by the current president, could face another trial, a court said on Monday. President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski granted Fujimori a pardon in late December, less than halfway through a 25-year sentence, in a decision that was criticized by human rights groups and many Peruvians.

- Maldives leader Abdulla Yameen sought parliamentary approval to extend a state of emergency by 30 days, saying a threat to national security had not diminished and a constitutional crisis had not been resolved.

- The gunman behind the attack on a Florida high school, Nikolas Cruz, returned to court for a hearing on Monday in a case that has galvanized advocates of stricter gun control, including many of the rampage survivors.

- US President Donald Trump lauded efforts to improve federal background checks for gun purchases, days after a shooting at a Florida school killed 17 people, according to White House officials.

- Watch what happens when a Honda Civic Type R takes on its video game equivalent in Road Atlanta.

- Two-time Formula 1 champion Fernando Alonso will be taking on the rest of the 2018 WEC season for Toyota.

- For some weird news, actors Ken'ichi Matsuyama and Shota Sometani star in the live-action Saint Young Men film as Jesus and Buddha.

- A film that stars Allen Dizon on it got an X rating by the MTRCB for depiction of incest.

- Grey's Anatomy actress Jeanine Mason becomes part of the one-hour Roswell reboot.


PyeongChang 2018: February 19, 2018

The PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics is reaching ita final week and that day's focus are Bobsleigh, Ski Jumping, and Speed Skating.

Canada and Germany scored gold medals at the 2-man bobsleigh event while Norway scored another gold from winning the men's team ski jumping, and also, Havard Lorentzen for Norway wins the Men's 500m Speed Skating.


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Monday, February 19, 2018

Let's Do The News! (February 19, 2018)

- An Egyptian national was arrested for using a fake Tunisian passport and for his alleged connection with the Islamic State. The suspect was identified as Fehim Lassoued, alias John Rasheed Lassoued, who was apprehended with his girlfriend Anabel Moncera Salipada, a resident from Upi, Maguindanao.

A certain partylist member proposed a new nationwide curfew for minors. According to Bagong Henerasyon Partylist Rep. Bernadette Herrera, her curfew proposal will be enforced from 10:00 PM up to 5:00 AM of the next day, covering any individual below 18 years old.

- Six members of the PNP-SAF were hurt in a clash with the New People's Army in Antipolo City on Sunday morning. Members of the 33rd Special Action Company were ambushed by the rebel fighters in a cemetery in Sitio San Jose at about 6:30 a.m.

- The gunman behind the death of 17 people at a high school in Florida was investigated by police and state officials as far back as 2016 after slashing his arm in a social media video, and saying he wanted to buy a gun, but authorities determined he was receiving sufficient support, newspapers said on Saturday.

- Parents of children who died from college hazing are gathering in South Carolina on how to prevent such deaths. Reports told that the gathering of parents of 16 children who died will be held on the 23rd and 24th in Greenville.

- With the Busou Shinki franchise revived Konami has announced a new game and a new manga for the revived franchise.

- Doctor Who femme fatale Michelle Gomez will play a villain role in the upcoming Netflix reboot of Sabrina: The Teenage Witch.

- Check out the list of winners of the 34th Star Awards for Movies 2018.

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