Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Let's Do The News! (November 11, 2015)

- Aung San Suu Kyi's NLD opposition party scored a landslide victory in Sunday's Burma general election. Officials said that 121 seats or about 25% of those contested, have been officially declared. The NLD won 107 seats while the military-backed ruling Union Solidarity and Development Party won only seven.

- China has asked the Philippines not to mention the territorial sea disputes at this Friday's APEC Summit.

- Japan's defense ministry said that they will allow female Self Defense Forces personnel to become fighter pilots based on the policy to promote gender equality in the workplace. Currently, women pilot SDF transport and patrol aircraft but not Eagle or Phantom jets.

- Reports told that the Islamic State may have used chemical weapons in Syria.

- Russian leader Vladimir Putin says that he will beef up his nation's nuclear capability in an effort to combat US-led missile defense programs in Asia and Europe.

- The Mitsubishi Regional Jet or MRJ, Japan's first domestically produced passenger aircraft in half a century has finished its first flight from an airport in Aichi PRefecture, central Japan, on Wednesday morning.

- 007: SPECTRE, the latest Bond movie now in cinemas, garnered the Guinness World Record for the biggest film stunt explosion.

- In case you missed the latest Eat Bulaga kalyeserye, Ai Ai Delas Alas guest stars as Lola Baba, Alden's lola from Russia (Alden's a quarter Russian?!), as she tries to bargain Lola Nidora to replace the missing ring, which efforts to search for it remain benign.

- After the five door concept back in Tokyo, it's the turn of the sedan version of the Subaru Impreza concept that will be making its premiere at this month's LA Auto Show.


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