Monday, November 16, 2015

Let's Do The News! (November 16, 2015)

- Onto the Paris attacks, French investigations disclosed the name and released a photo of a man suspected behind the Parisian terror attacks last Friday. Police identified the suspect as Salah Abdeslam, a 26-year-old male born in Belgium. This is the first time the police disclosed information as they seek help to the French citizens following the deadly attacks.

- Meanwhile, France unleashed retaliatory airstrikes against two Islamic State targets in Syria following Friday's terrorist attacks in Paris. According to the French military, it conducted air campaigns in cooperation with USA and destroyed a command center, including an arms depot, as well as a training camp.

- Rivalry between the USA and China as well as the Paris terror attacks are expected to hook more than trade issues at the APEC 2015 Summit that will be held from the 18th to 19th of November with the maximum security preparedness.

- Meanwhile, Chilean president Michelle Bachelet arrived at the Malacanang two days ahead of the summit.

- The four suspects behind the trophy heist at the Red Bull Racing headquarters last year will face between two and seven years in prison.

- Angad Paul, the chief executive of Caparo Vehicle Technologies, the company behind the bewildering Caparo T1 track-day car, reportedly committed suicide from his penthouse apartment in London on Monday following the company's brink of bankruptcy.

Caparo T1

- Believe it or not, Filipino hip-hop dance group XB Gensan is named the winner of the 2015 Dance2Dance World Streetdance Showcase Competition in Zurich, Switzerland, beating the likes of the USA and Russia, This dance group made famous after winning the first edition of talent contest of noontime show It's Showtime years ago.

- Actor JM de Guzman revealed that he's bipolar following his much-speculated Instagram posts regarding his past drug use and 17-month stint at the rehab.

- Watch a stunt driver drove his classic Mini Cooper to its Guinness World Record for the tightest reverse parallel-park in 34cm-long space.


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