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- MB - Thu, Apr 17, 2014 2:57 AM PHT
The Philippines and China are now working with Malaysian authorities in negotiating with the kidnappers of the Chinese tourist and Filipina worker who were abducted from an island resort near Semporna in Sabah on April 2. Speaking at a press conference after the Putrajaya Forum 2014 in Kuala Lumpur where he delivered a speech on transnational and organized crime on Tuesday, Malaysian Home Minister Datuk Seri Dr. Ahmad Zahid Hamidi disclosed that Filipino authorities, in particular, are working with certain parties who are able to negotiate directly with the captors of 29-year-old Chinese tourist Gao Huayun, and 40-year old Marcy Dayawan. Gao and Dayawan were abducted from the Singamata Adventures and Reef Resort in Semporna by seven armed men. Authorities believe that the Semporna kidnap case was the handiwork of Philippine militant Muslim group Abu Sayyaf.
- Zomato - Wed, Apr 16, 2014 2:41 PM PHT
- MB - Thu, Apr 17, 2014 2:55 AM PHT
Los Angeles — If everything falls into place, Manny Pacquiao might end up becoming not only as one of the shortest players to ever play hoops in the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) but also as the oldest rookie. Pacquiao, 35, had told The Bulletin a few days before he faced Tim Bradley in Las Vegas that he will suit up for Kia Motors in the PBA in October. “Number 17,” said the hard-hitting Pacquiao. Kia is one of three new companies whose application was accepted as a member of the PBA.
- AFP Relax - 20 hours ago
Whether a couple sleeps face to face or back to back, with or without physical contact, is a good indicator of relationship health, according to a study presented at the Edinburgh International Science Festival, which is taking place in the Scottish city through April 20. Couples who sleep closer together in their bed at night are more likely to be happy in their relationship. This is just one of the conclusions of the first study to examine correlations between sleeping positions and relationship satisfaction. The study, led by Professor Richard Wiseman, a psychologist at the University of Hertfordshire, was based on a survey of 1,000 couples.
- Yahoo Southeast Asia SHE - Thu, Apr 17, 2014 10:26 AM PHT