TODAY'S HEADLINES

Youth solon wants to transfer lump sum items to hike SUC's budget by P37.7-B 01-Oct-14, 10:18 AM | Lira Dalangin-Fernandez, InterAksyon.com

Britons involved in viral video of brutal arrest released 30-Sep-14, 10:05 PM | Tricia Aquino, InterAksyon.com, Video by YouTube user ghelo bytes

VIDEO | Mayon evacuees starting to get sick 01-Oct-14, 4:32 AM | Jeff Caparas, News5

At UN, Philippines slams China for 'dangerous, reckless, forceful' expansionist acts 30-Sep-14, 9:27 AM | InterAksyon.com Without mentioning China by name, the Philippines took the General Assembly podium on Monday (New York time) to accuse it of embarking on expansionist territorial claims that violate its rights.

Senate quizzes Purisima on building of 'White House' before donation, purchase of cheap Land Cruiser 30-Sep-14, 10:20 PM | Ernie Reyes, InterAksyon.com with video report from News5 When he was grilled by a Senate panel on Tuesday over his alleged ill-gotten wealth and the construction of his official Camp Crame residence even before it was donated to the Philippine National Police, Alan Purisima washed his hands of the allegations and said he was bent on staying as PNP chief.

Hong Kong activists press protests on China National Day 01-Oct-14, 9:39 AM | Benjamin Haas and Aaron Tam, Agence France-Presse Hong Kong protesters who braved thunderstorms to stage their third night of pro-democracy rallies began massing Wednesday at the city's Golden Bauhinia Square as China's National Day holiday lent their campaign for free elections fresh momentum.

VIDEO | PCGG seizes 18 paintings from Marcos house in San Juan 01-Oct-14, 6:36 AM | News5 The Philippine Commission on Good Government on Tuesday confiscated 18 paintings from the house of the Marcos family in San Juan City.

#MISSINGMIGRANTS | What are the most dangerous destinations for irregular migrants? IOM lists 2 30-Sep-14, 12:12 PM | InterAksyon.com What are the most dangerous destinations and routes for irregular migrants? The International Organization on Migration released "Fatal Journeys: Tracking Lives Lost During Migration" and tallied 40,000 victims since 2000.

Hazard pay for seafarers passing by Gulf of Aden limited as risk status downgraded 30-Sep-14, 11:15 AM| Veronica Uy, InterAksyon.com Hazard pay for seafarers passing by the Gulf of Aden, which used to be a favorite spot of sea pirates, has now been limited under certain areas and conditions, it was learned Tuesday.

Advocates to Congress: Pass ASAP Freedom of Information bill sans right-to-reply provision 01-Oct-14, 11:36 AM| Lira Dalangin-Fernandez, InterAksyon.com Advocates of the Freedom of Information (FOI) bill on Wednesday exhorted the House of Representatives to approve the FOI bill and thwart attempts of some lawmakers to include the right-to-reply (ROR) provision in the measure.

WARNING | Don't buy lead-tainted Chinese flu medicine for infants, children 30-Sep-14, 10:09 AM| InterAksyon.com The United States health authorities have warned parents and caregivers against buying or providing to infants and children "Bo Ying Compound," a lead-containing anti-flu product from China, the watchdog group EcoWaste Coalition said Tuesday.

Worried about 'insertions,' lawmakers demand to see budget errata 30-Sep-14, 2:23 PM| Lira Dalangin-Fernandez, InterAksyon.com Party-list lawmakers are demanding that the House of Representatives' appropriations committee produce a copy of the errata in the proposed P2.606-trillion 2015 budget, which the chamber has passed on second reading, worried it might lead to what some quarters have called 'midnight insertions.'

VIDEO | Pinoy fisherman survives 9 days at sea, is rescued by Taiwanese vessel 01-Oct-14, 12:57 AM| Amber Gonzales, News5 A Filipino fisherman from Batanes survived nine days at sea and was rescued by a Taiwanese vessel, which brought him to Taiwan where he was treated.

Thousands of children orphaned, rejected as Ebola wrecks families 01-Oct-14, 2:29 AM| David Lewis and Stephanie Nebehay, Reuters Two days after his mother died of Ebola at a clinic in the Liberian capital Monrovia last month, four-year-old John was put into foster care so he could be monitored for the disease.

 
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