Wednesday, May 2, 2018

Let's Do The News! (May 2, 2018)

- The government intends to step up public information about federalism after a survey showed a majority of Filipinos opposed Charter Change. Presidential Spokesman Harry Roque recognized that much remains to be done to educate the public about the planned reforms in the Constitution.

- The Office of the Ombudsman is all set to initiate probe on former Bureau of Customs Commissioner Nicanor Faeldon and several others due to the involvement in the smuggling of 602.2 kilograms of shabu worth P6.4 billion.

- About 109 people were arrested on Wednesday after violent May Day protests in Paris, correcting an earlier figure of 209 given by Interior Minister Gerard Collomb. Hooded youths had torched a McDonald’s restaurant and several vehicles after joining the traditional May 1 union-led demonstration for workers’ rights.

- A magnitude 5.2 quake jolted a remote, mountainous region in southern Iran on Wednesday, injuring at least 31 people and disrupting power and communication lines, state media reported.

- An Environmental Protection Agency whistleblower says that administrator Scott Pruitt lied to the Congress that no EPA employees were retaliated against for raising concerns about his spending decisions.

- Tens of thousands of Armenians on Wednesday converged on the capital, blocking roads and government buildings, as popular anger exploded over the ruling party’s rejection of opposition leader Nikol Pashinyan’s premiership bid.

- Tesla reportedly spent 6,500 dollars every single minute.

- A certain engineering pushed the new Nintendo Labo toy kits beyond limits by creating an electric wheelchair which runs by it.

- Check out the new DIAMOND FUSION video from TRIGGER from IDOLISH7.

- A woman's accident went viral for her tattoo eyeliner.


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