Tuesday, September 8, 2015

Let's Do The News! (September 8, 2015)

- Yesterday in Bangkok, Thailand, a mysterious burning object fell from the sky is caught on dashcam. Some say that it could be the meteor similar to the one that hit Russia two years ago, a burning balloon, or a space junk re-entering earth according to reports. Whatever that is, that falling burning object from the sky remains unclear.

- Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is set to be re-elected as the president of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party unrivaled.

- The third ceiling panel from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant has been removed in the continuous efforts to decommission the facility.

- Onto the migrant crisis, following Germany accepting ten thousands of refugees, the French and British governments have announced that they are prepared to accept about 20,000 refugees as Europe is flooded with migrants and refugees fleeing from conflict-torn nations in the Middle East and Africa.

- Following his announcement that he will not running as president for the May 2016 elections, Davao mayor Rodrigo Duterte announced that he will be retiring from his position.

- A top Muslim leader wants Solons to quicken the hearings of the proposed Bangsamoro Basic Law, which would grant Muslims in Mindanao "genuine autonomy".

- The fourth-generation Renault Megane has been unveiled and it borrows the styling cues from the Talisman saloon as well as featuring new tech and engines.

- Prepare your depositories, Love Live fans, because Hanayo Koizumi, in her training outfit, is now offered as a Nendoroid courtesy of Good Smile Company. She'll be available this January for 3,241 Yen plus tax and pre-orders are now open for booking. Book one now at the official GOOD SMILE ONLINE SHOP to receive a special stand with the rooftop background on it to replicate their practices before doing their on-stage performances.

- Singer Sam Smith is named to sing the opening theme song of the upcoming 007: SPECTRE film titled Writing's On The Wall.

- The famed AlDub tandem of TV heartthrob Alden Richards and our ever favorite inaudible Dubsmash queen Yaya Dub (whose real name is annoyingly Maine Mendoza by many) are not allowed to endorse candidates in next year's elections according to Senator Tito Sotto.


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