Monday, October 5, 2015

Let's Do The News! (October 5, 2015)

- The final ceiling panel from the damaged reactor building of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant has been finally removed, which is part of their efforts to take out consumed nuclear fuel from the building. Workers used a remote controlled crane to lift the panel, measuring 42 meters by 7 meters, from the no. 1 reactor building.

- North Korea is inviting foreign guests to mark the 70th anniversary of the establishment of the Workers' Party of Korea on the 10th of October. Reports told that the People's Republic of China will send a leading Communist Party member to North Korea to attend the ceremony.

- Islamic State militants destroyed a Roman-era Arch of Triumph in Syria's ancient city of Palmyra, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. According to sources, the ISIL blown up the arch, which was built between the 2nd and 3rd centuries. Ever since the militants captured Palmyra, most historical sites are wiped out in one fell swoop.

- Seventeen people are reportedly died in a heavy rainfall in Monaco.

- The Philippine government is committed to pursue their tireless efforts to secure its enactment of the Bangsamoro Basic Law as soon as possible according to Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process Sec. Teresita Quintos Deles despite serious concerns from stakeholders over the delay in the passage of the BBL.

- Camarines Sur representative Leni Robredo is officially running as Vice President for the May 2016 elections and teaming up with presidential candidate Mar Roxas.

- William C. Campbell, Satoshi Omura, and Youyou Tu were among the top scientists who won this year's Nobel Prize award for physiology or medicine. Campbell and Omura developed a new drug against infections caused by roundworm parasites while Tu discovered a therapy against malaria.

- In case you missed the recent Eat Bulaga Kalyeserye, Alden Richards is now working as one of Lola Nidora's Rogelios and he's very impressed with his new job. Maine "Yaya Dub" Mendoza was very impressed with her new gig as one of the Dabarkads until on the very moment, Lola Nidora issued a duel against Yaya Dub in a game of Rock, Paper, and Scissors. If Lola wins, she'll have to decide who will go in a random barangay much as they do every day...and yep. Lola Nidora won. So, which of these two will be going to the next barangay soon? Find out tomorrow for more.

- The world premiere of the Felix Manalo biopic movie broke two Guinness World Records for Largest Attendance For A Film Screening and Largest Attendance For A Film Premiere. The world premiere occurred at the Philippine Arena last Sunday with 42,624 attendees watched the film.

- The official music video of Sam Smith's Writing's On The Wall, the opening theme song for the upcoming 007: SPECTRE film, has arrived!


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