Check out a new website dedicated to Chester Bennington
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Yesterday, the Malacañang Palace has responded to the snub it received from the G20 Summit. The Palace says President Duterte doesn’t need the approval of other countries and that it’s not “the president’s style to attend economic fora”. The G20 summit usually invites the head of the ASEAN chair to attend the annual meeting of the world's 20 leading advanced and emerging economies. However, the German government, host of this year's G20 Summit, decided not to invite Duterte.
An un-manned NASA spacecraft is scheduled to fly over the Great Red Spot, a massive 16,000 kilometer wide storm raging over the planet Jupiter. The flyby over the Great Red Spot could provide astronomers more information on the forces that drive Jupiter’s massive storm. The craft is scheduled to fly over the Great Red Spot later at 9:55am.
A minority lawmaker is urging President Duterte to use the opportunity in his State of the Nation Address to ask Congress to extend his martial law in Mindanao. Kabayan Representative Harry Roque said in a press conference yesterday, that the Constitution doesn’t prohibit the President from using his Sona to extend his declaration of martial law, which will end on July 23.
Cebu Governor Hilario Davide III has announced the release of 2 million pesos as aid for the earthquake victims in Southern Leyte. Davide said that he will give half to the victims of Kananga town and the other half to Ormoc City. Meanwhile, the DSWD is calling for more volunteers to help repack family food packs for possible distribution to the earthquake victims in Leyte.