Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Let's Do The News! (September 22, 2015)

- Security is heavily tightened in preparation for Pope Francis' five-day, three-city, tour in the USA, which begins this Tuesday.

- In his US State Visit, Chinese President Xi Jinping will discuss with US President BArack Obama about the PRC's increasing maritime activities as well as cybersecurity. His first stop was Seattle, where he will attend a forum that invites the top company leaders and expected to call for further economic cooperation. On Friday, Xi will land in DC to meet up with Obama.

- Alexis Tsipras has been reinstated as Greece's Prime Minister after his Syriza party won the parliamentary elections.

- A series of bomb attacks in Nigeria killed at least 54 people and leaving many injured. Explosions occurred at a mosque and a market center in Maiduguri, Borno. No one knows who's behind this but suspicion has fallen on the Boko Haram extremists.

- The National Bureau of Investigation is charging  against numerous individuals from the Moro Islamic Liberation Front, Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters, and private armed groups for murder and direct assault over SAF 44 deaths in Mamasapano, Maguindanao last January.

- THE IDOLM@STER Must Songs is coming to the PSVita this December 10, 2015! This iM@S-filled Taiko no Tatsujin game (yes, you got that right) comes with two different versions and each version comes with 10 years of iM@S songs handpicked.

- In case you missed the latest Eat Bulaga kalyeserie, with Yaya Dub absent following yesterday's exhaustion from last week's date that ended in disaster via car crash, everyone's favorite bae Alden Richards went for some grocery shopping for Yaya Dub. But then, a mysterious voice heard from nowhere, saying Alden's name. Where did that voice coming from?! Tune in tomorrow!

- The Ryzza Mae Show presents Princess in the Palace is now on air every weekdays before Eat Bulaga. Check out this PEP exclusive outtake where child star Ryzza Mae seeks advice from her co-star Aiza Seguerra.

- GMA Entertainment Television filed a new NTC complaint against SKYCable over signal loss during Eat Bulaga which upset most AlDub fans waiting for their kalyeserye segment to air.


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