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Saturday 12th July 2014
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Roxas Facts

Population: Approx 111,649
Longitude: 122.75
Latitude: 11.6
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Country: Philippines (PH)
Weather Station: Roxas
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News Headlines

What’s wrong with the picture?
The picture we are referring to is that of Interior Secretary Mar Roxas hoisting a sack of NFA rice residue during an inspection of a rice warehouse in Muntinlupa. Some say that picture, which has gone viral, is photoshopped. We had the photo analyzed by professional photographers and they said it’s genuine, not digitally tampered […]
Roxas meets youth groups, encourages them to help prepare for disasters
Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) Secretary Mar Roxas II believes the youth have much to contribute in helping communities prepare for possible disasters and is making the rounds of youth groups in the country to seek their ideas. The worst is to be a bystander and do nothing," Roxas tolds students at a recent meeting. Around 1,700 students from the Central Philippine ...
Duterte-Roxas tandem for 2016?
DID Mayor Rodrigo R. Duterte and Local Government (DILG) Secretary Mar Roxas discuss about the upcoming 2016 national elections? Aside from the terror threat, Duterte said on Sunday that Roxas intentionally came over to Davao City on June 29 for another purpose.
Roxas sees ‘bomb plot’ in Southern Mindanao
The "possible terrorist threat" in Southern Mindanao has been identified by Interior Secretary Manuel Roxas II as a bomb plot that is likely planned by a person or two individuals.
No politics: Palace says PNP’s rice raids right up Mar Roxas’ alley
There's no politics involved in Interior Secretary Manuel Roxas II's well-publicized presence in the Philippine National Police's recent raid on a warehouse allegedly hoarding more affordable rice from the National Food Authority, Malacañang said on Monday.
Keep calm, Roxas tells Mindanao folk
MANILA, Philippines--Keep calm and be alert.   Interior Secretary Mar Roxas on Monday gave this piece of advice to Davao City residents amid reports of a terrorist threat to the city and other parts of Southern Mindanao.   Speaking at a news briefing in Camp Crame in Quezon City, Roxas said President Aquino had ordered closer coordination among the intelligence units of the Philippine National ...
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Sports Headlines

Welsh rugby in crisis as talks break down
Welsh rugby was plunged into crisis on Friday after acrimonious talks between Regional Rugby Wales (RRW) and the Welsh Rugby Union (WRU) over the future direction of the sport. The four regions which form RRW -- the Blues, Dragons, Ospreys and the Scarlets -- have been negotiating with the WRU over the terms of a 'participation agreement', which covers issues such as the competitions the teams ...
Asian president reveals re-election bid
The head of Asian football has told AFP he will seek re-election next year as he tries to revamp regional soccer after previous scandals and a disappointing World Cup. Asian Football Confederation (AFC) president Shaikh Salman bin Ebrahim Al Khalifa said he wants to "set a new course" for Asian football and "restore our reputation". He added that he will push for an extra World Cup slot for ...
National Basketball Association roundup
(The Sports Xchange) - LeBron James is returning to the Cleveland Cavaliers, announcing the move on Friday in a heartfelt letter that set off celebrations in the home state he infuriated in 2010 by fleeing via free agency to the Miami Heat. "My relationship with Northeast Ohio is bigger than basketball. I do now," said James in an exclusive co-authored essay with Sports Illustrated. My presence ...
World Cup success eases Rio Olympics fears
The World Cup's success will help ease concerns over Rio de Janeiro's preparations for the 2016 Olympics, the city's mayor said Friday, promising that everything will be ready on time. Two months after a top International Olympic Committee official said the preparations were the worst he had seen, Mayor Eduardo Paes insisted that venues would be ready for use, including the highly polluted ...
Germans and football: a dream match after dark history
Many countries call themselves "football-mad" but for Germany, with its deeply troubled history, the national team has a unique status as redeemers of a people's pride. In a society where strong expressions of patriotism are still widely frowned upon, football is the exception and the World Cup has left the country of 80 million people awash in a sea of national flags. As Germany prays for a ...
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