Thursday, July 16, 2015

Let's Do The News! (July 16, 2015)

- Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is focused on completing the bailout deal agreed with the eurozone despite problems in a critical vote to push through tough reforms, according to his spokesman after he won the late-night vote but with over 30 of his own MPs voting against him. The government of Greece lost its majority but is expected to survive.

- Japan's lower house has approved two controversial bills that change the nation's security laws despite protests in Tokyo. These changes would allow Self Defense Forces to fight overseas for the first time since World War II. These bills require approval from the upper house by it will be most likely to be passed into law.

- Coastal areas of South Korea will be hit by strong winds and waves through Saturday as Typhoon Nangka heads towards Okinawa, Japan.

- NASA revealed their new close-up look of Pluto, a day after the agency confirmed its New Horizons spacecraft successfully completed its flyby of the dwarf planet on the edge of the solar system.

- As Ricardo Marquez is named as the new Chief Director General of the Philippine National Police, Philippine President Benigno Aquino III admitted that he's aware of the PNP's "Kampo-Kampo System" and he states that under Marquez's leadership to the PNP, those mistakes will never be allowed. The President ordered termination and punishment against corrupt members and award those working for the betterment of the PNP.

- Believe it or not, rapper Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson has filed for bankruptcy.

- The PS3-exclusive, free-to-play, flight shooting game Ace Combat Infinity released their 10th update featuring the Aerospace Center Defense (HARD) mission, special Pilot Aptitude Test mission, Satellite Interception IV special raid mission, a Come Back Bonus for players who haven't signed in for long periods of time, new parts, new challenges, and four long-awaited crafts such as the J35J Draken, Su-27 Flanker-B, MiG-1.44, and the GAF-1 Varcolac from Ace Combat Joint Assault, among many others!

- Disney officially announced that they'll be working on a sequel of 2012's animated film Wreck-It Ralph, according to John C. Reily, the voice of Ralph from the film.


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