Thursday, July 9, 2015

Let's Do The News! (July 9, 2015)

- Greece has until the end of Thursday to present new proposals to the European Union to secure a third bailout from creditors and prevent a possible exit from the eurozone.

- According to the United Nations, over four million people escaped from Syria to avoid the conflict in their country.

- Typhoon Chan-Hom (known as Falcon in the Philippines) is moving northwest toward Okinawa, Japan, and as of Thursday night, it was 230km south of Naha, the southwestern prefecture's capital.

- The Japanese Lower House has passed a bill that bans the flight of unmanned drones over key facilities and would regulate the flight of drones as well as manned vehicles such as paragliders and hang-gliders.

- Investigations shown that the capsized M/B Kim Nirvana vessel in Ormoc, Leyte, which killed 62 passengers, was deemed misloaded and not overloaded.

- As moviegoers prepare for the 2016 reboot of the Ghostbusters films featuring an all-female lead cast, the director of the upcoming reboot has featured the new Ecto-1 made for the film.

- Raiden from Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty gets his own Nendoroid version from Good Smile Company. Available this November for 4,630 Yen (plus tax), MGS fans can take home this protagonist and arm him with weapons. You can even hide him on a cardboard box as well!

- Actor Jao Mapa returns to his showbiz career, saying that he's back in showbiz for good.

- Toto Villareal, the chairman of the MTRCB, reiterates tall order against the executives for the Pinoy Big Brother 737 show to ensure child protection in TV content.


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