Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal Facebook Google+ Google+ WhatsApp 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North Facebook Previous articleTerri-Louise Graham was punched, kicked & rapedNext article20-year-old man charged with murder of fellow Polish national in Letterkenny last May News Highland Gardai are investigating after a 21-year-old man was found dead in St Johnston in the early hours of this morning.Three men and a woman are also in hospital and one of the men is in a critical condition.All four are all around the age of 20 and 21, it’s believed they were celebrating a 21st birthday.Garda forensics are currently at the scene in St Johnston. RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Pinterest 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic WhatsApp Twitter Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th Twitter Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Pinterest 21-year-old man found dead in flat in St Johnston News By News Highland – May 26, 2014 Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire
The carrier also canceled 96 percent of its scheduled flights between late-March and end-May in response to travel restrictions worldwide and a plunge in demand for air travel.According to a report released on June 9 by the International Air Transport Association (IATA), the share of the world’s gross domestic product (GDP) spent on air transportation is expected to be halved in 2020 at $434 billion, or 0.5 percent of the GDP.The association dubbed 2020 as the worst year in history for the airline industry, as global airlines are expected to lose $84.3 billion this year, while revenue is projected to fall by 50 percent from last year’s $838 billion. Topics : The airline added that all existing committed lines of credit that were due to mature this year had been renewed until 2021 or later and that, combined with the new lines of credit, SIA had ensured continued access to more than S$2.1 billion in committed liquidity.SIA also said that it retained the option to raise up to S$6.2 billion from additional mandatory convertible bonds, which would provide further liquidity when necessary.The COVID-19 pandemic has battered the demand in the aviation industry amid social restrictions and travel curbs that have forced airlines to ground their fleets.Earlier this month, SIA announced that Singapore Airlines Group – which includes budget carrier Scoot – would operate at approximately 7 percent of its scheduled capacity in August, a slight increase from only 6 percent this month. Singapore’s national flag carrier, Singapore Airlines (SIA), has raised an additional S$750 million (US$541 million) from long-term loans on some of its Airbus A350-900 and Boeing B787-10 aircraft to boost its liquidity amid the ongoing global health crisis, it announced on Thursday.With the completion of the transaction, SIA in total has raised S$11 billion since the start of this year, of which S$1.65 billion comes from secured financing, S$8.8 billion from a rights issue and S$500 million from credit lines and a short-term unsecured loans from financial institutions.“During this period of high uncertainty, Singapore Airlines will continue to explore additional means to shore up liquidity as necessary,” the company’s statement reads.
Share Tweet Sharing is caring! Share 27 Views no discussions EducationLocalNewsSecondary Consultation on CARICOM programme to develop skills training capacity by: – October 11, 2011 Share Facilitators of C-EFERoseau, Dominica – October 11, 2011 — Representatives of the CARICOM Education for Employment Programme (C-EFE) on Monday met with officials of the Ministry of Education and Human Resource Development, Dominica State College and secondary schools for a consultation on skills training in Dominica. The consultation, which formed Part 3 of an Inception Mission ahead of the programme’s implementation, was held at the national stadium.Also in attendance were representatives of the private sector including members of the Dominica Manufacturing Association.The Association of Canadian Community Colleges (ACCC) is partnering with the Caribbean Association of National Training Agencies (CANTA) to develop the Caribbean-wide project to provide support for technical and vocational training.The other regional partners are the Association of Caribbean Tertiary Institutions and the CARICOM Secretariat which is charged with positioning the Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) system in the region to better support a competitive economy.Linda CookeLinda Cooke of the ACCC said the consultation was intended to help the local TVET Council deliver vocational qualifications to nationals so that they may acquire certification that is “very clear and understood across the region.”“The ultimate goal is economic development for the Caribbean by training skilled workers for sectors where there is going to be employment,” said Cooke.“TVET isn’t just auto-mechanics or plumbing. It’s actually a skills based training programme. Where are the emerging skills? They may be in agriculture, in music production or in graphic design.“So let’s broaden people’s understanding of what skills training is and show that it leads to really good jobs usually and is a way to support families and economies,” she added.After two previous consultations in the region, the ACCC has already identified priority areas for technical training in Dominica including Agriculture, ICT Hardware and Software, Construction, Early Childhood Education and Hospitality and Tourism.Participants in the C-EFEParticipants at Monday’s consultation also advised the visiting delegation of the need for training in high demand areas such a Cosmetology, Craft Production, Plumbing and Music Management and Production.The TVET programme is designed to provide graduates with relevant technical knowledge and skills and industry recognized credentials to compete in a demand-driven labour market.The C-EFE will provide support to the local TVET initiative by strengthening capacity to coordinate, promote and conduct quality assurance and in the long run, increase employment of TVET graduates in targeted career areas. The C-EFE is undertaken with a $20M grant from the Government of Canada through the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA).The project will be fully implemented by the ACCC in January, 2012. By: Dionne Durand
On this day in history, Haitian Dictator François (“Papa Doc”) Duvalier was installed as “President for Life” on June 22, 1964. Papa Doc was elected “President” on Sept. 22, 1957, and inaugurated Oct. 22nd.Born in poverty in Port‐au‐Prince on April 14, 1907 to Duval Duvalier, a school teacher, and Uritia Abraham, a bakery worker. Duvalier graduated from the University Of Haiti School Of Medicine, in 1934. Following graduation, he worked as a travelling doctor in rural Haiti where he won the respect of the suffering and superstitious, as a doctor who could “work miracles.” Garnering the support of regional voodoo houngans (witch doctors), he published the book, “Gradual Evolution of Voodoo” in 1944.In 1946 Duvalier served as Director General of the national Public Health Service and in 1948, having become interested in politics, he was made Secretary of Labor, however, being anti the current Magloire regime, Duvalier was forced into exile. When General Magloire was deposed in 1956, Duvalier returned from exile and returned to politics.After having won by an overwhelming majority, in the 1957 elections, Duvalier set to work recruiting the notorious Tontons Macoutes who were responsible for carrying out orders to rid the country of and/or detain any enemies, to silence the media by bombing newspapers and jailing editors and publishers of local periodicals.Duvalier suffered from trust issues, and frequently “retired” generals who he felt may potentially lead coups against him. In 1959, following a coup attempt by Haitian exiles, Papa Doc suffered a serious heart attack that almost killed him. Following his recovery, Duvalier jailed his stand-in and went on to rig elections in his favor in 1961.During his rule, the notorious dictator was so consumed with his own power and a need to be seen as the loved leader of Haiti, that he ordered huge likenesses of himself plastered on walls in the capital city, Port‐au Prince, and from time to time required “spontaneous” demonstrations of affection, busing in thousands of the largely illiterate and desperately poor to the capital, to scream adoringly, “Du‐val‐yeah, Du‐val‐yeah!” and “Viva Papa Doc!” The dictator also known to have indoctrinated Haitian children with a political catechism that included his own parody of The Lord’s Prayer:“Our Doc, who art in the National Palace for life, Hallowed be Thy name by present and future generations. Thy will be done at Port‐au‐Prince and in the provinces. Give us this day our new Haiti and never forgive the trespasses of the anti-patriots who spit every day on our country; let them succumb to temptation, and under the weight of their venom, deliver them not from any evil . . .”Duvalier remained in power until he died in 1971, succeeded by his son, Jean‑Claude Duvalier.
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However, Trump claims he had asked for Bolton’s resignation that night.One key area of disagreement between the two involved the future role of the U.S. military in Afghanistan.Bolton is not the first high-ranking Trump administration official to be ousted by the president via Twitter.In March of 2018, the President announced via Twitter that Mike Pompeo, the current director of the CIA, would replace Secretary Rex Tillerson at the State Department.In the summer of 2018, former FBI director James Comey was made aware of his firing during a speech he was giving at the FBI field office in Los Angeles.No other information is available at the time. National Security Adviser John Bolton is out.President Trump announced the firing via Twitter on Tuesday.Trump noted that he “disagreed strongly” with many of Bolton’s suggestions, “as did others” in the administration. The president vowed to name a new national security adviser next week.He also thanked Bolton for his service.Bolton seemingly blindsided by Trump quickly responded to the news via Twitter saying that he offered to resign Monday evening.
Last March, scientists publishing in Geology falsified the so-called “Permian Extinction,” calling it a “non-event.” (see 03/09/2009). Not only was there no smoking gun of a catastrophe in the rocks, the scientists said that the “claims of rapid vertebrate recovery… also must be called into question.” Our commentary at the time wondered how long it would take for other scientists to recognize the falsification. Well, now it’s almost a year later, and some are still speaking of the Permian Extinction as if they didn’t hear the news. A report in Science Daily today compares alligator breathing systems to those of birds, but the scientist involved said that “The real importance of this air-flow discovery in gators is it may explain the turnover in fauna between the Permian and the Triassic,” speaking of “The Great Dying” or “the Permian-Triassic extinction” as undisputed fact. From this we can deduce the Law of Inertia for Falsified Theories: a notion in motion tends to stay in motion. C. G. Farmer at the University of Utah made a big point about her gators. She has apparently shown that air moves through an alligator’s lungs in one direction, as it does in birds. What the lungs of living alligators implies about the state of world ecology 251 million years ago seems moot. But Farmer reinforced the Law of Inertia for Falsified Theories with another gaffe: she said, “It was not until the die-off of the large dinosaurs 65 million years ago that mammals made a comeback and started occupying body sizes larger than an opossum.” That notion was also falsified by the discovery of The Mammal that Ate Dinosaurs for Breakfast (01/12/2005), about which Nature commented, “Discoveries of large, carnivorous mammals from the Cretaceous challenge the long-held view that primitive mammals were small and uninteresting.” From these two data points, we can begin to quantify the Law of Inertia for Falsified Theories. The deceleration of a notion in motion under the opposing force of falsification is undetectable in at least two notions per press release per five years.Scientists are only human. They can’t know everything and keep up with everything. Like most of us, they appeal to commonly-held notions that may be false. That’s why you shouldn’t trust them, but examine the evidence.(Visited 23 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0
In summer white sharks regularly swim close to swimming beaches in Cape Town, but are not usually a threat. (Image: Enrico Gennari and Alison Kock) Sharkspotter Eric Myeko keeps a careful eye on the beach from the vantage point of Boyes Drive.Jennifer SternWhat is it about sharks that frightens people more than more common hazards? There are those who will not enter the sea for fear of sharks, but will blithely cross busy intersections, travel in rush-hour traffic, and drive long distances between cities. They even sit in chairs and toast bread for breakfast. And statistics show that these activities are far riskier than swimming in the ocean.Perhaps people are afraid of the things that make big headlines. Car accidents are commonplace – and as for the toasters and chairs, in 2005 chairs killed 652 people and toasters 791, while only 9 people were killed by sharks worldwide. That’s according to the Rethink the Shark Campaign, a joint venture between Cape Town’s Two Oceans Aquarium, AfriOceans Conservation Alliance and Save Our Seas.According to Pat Garret, managing director of the Two Oceans Aquarium, there has been an average of one serious shark attack a year and one fatal shark attack every 2.3 years over the whole South African coast for the last 40 years. And, he adds, shark attacks only occur in deep water; there is no record of anyone being bitten by a shark in the surf zone.Not one person was killed by a shark in South Africa in 2008 – but the figures for toasters and chairs are not available.Perhaps it’s simply a matter of bad PR. The perception is that sharks mean-eyed, cold-blooded monsters that hide in the deep and only show themselves to wreak havoc on innocent swimmers and surfers.Well, they’re not. If they wanted to eat people, Muizenberg Beach in Cape Town would be the McDonalds of the shark world. Humans are easy prey, so it is obvious that sharks really are not interested in us. We probably aren’t nearly as tasty as seals.Ripples of panicThat doesn’t alter the fact that one shark bite can send ripples of panic throughout coastal communities. And two in a short space of time is cause for a major rethink of recreation habits.When JP Andrews lost his leg to a shark off Muizenberg in 2004, only a few months after the fatal attack on Tyna Banks at nearby Fish Hoek, the ramifications spread beyond the friends and family of the victims. Surfers – a notoriously superstitious bunch when it comes to dealing with the “men in grey suits” – stayed out of the water. This not only made them miserable, it also impacted on the livelihood of a number of people, one of whom was Patrick “Rasta” Davids.Davids earned his living as a car guard at the beach. He had developed a good relationship with regular beach users, particularly surfers, and started keeping car keys for people heading into the water.After the attack, at the suggestion of his longstanding car guarding clients, Davids went up onto Boyes Drive to see if he could spot the sharks close inshore, and let the surfers know when it was safe to go into the water.“I didn’t know what I was doing,” he says, “but then I met the trek fishermen, and they taught me how to check the sharks.”Trek fishermen are an integral part of coastal life in the South Peninsula. They stand up on high ground looking for fish and, when they spot a shoal, head down to the sea, where they row out with heavy nets to encircle the fish, returning to the beach where they pull their catch in by hand in the same way their ancestors have done for generations. And these guys know the sea, so they gave Davids his first sharkspotting lesson.That was the genesis of Sharkspotters, an organisation now in its fifth year.Someone donated a pair of polarised sunglasses, which made a big difference, and then Gregg Bertish from Clifton Surf Lifesaving Club donated a set of two-way radios in return for getting two of the Clifton lifesavers trained in sharkspotting.Then they came up with the idea of a flagpole with different coloured flags to indicate the shark status of the ocean. A green flag indicates that the water is clear, and the spotters can see there are no sharks. A black flag means the water is not clear enough for the spotters to be sure there are no sharks inshore. A white flag with a black shark on it indicates that there is a shark close inshore and then, when it has left, the flag is replaced by a red one to show that the danger has passed, but that the shark or sharks may still be close by.When raising the white shark flag, the spotters on the beach also blow a siren, which warns surfers and swimmers to get out of the water.The flagpole was erected on City Council property without permission so, once it was noticed, the council made the usual official enquiries.On hearing the purpose of the flags, they promptly donated about R4.5-million (US$450 000) in funding for five years, and are ready to bankroll the next five years.Year-round spottingThe programme is simple but effective. The beaches under constant surveillance include Muizenberg, Fish Hoek and Glencairn, mainly because these have convenient high vantage points from which to observe the ocean. One spotter on the mountain is in constant communication with another on the beach, who controls the siren and flags.Sharkspotting is run all year in the main sites, but the popular Blue Waters, Mnandi, Strandfontein and Monwabisi Beaches are also included in the December and January holiday season. There are no convenient mountains overlooking these beaches so the observation is from life-saving towers.“Altogether, there are about 34 spotters,” says Davids. “They work five-hour shifts, either from 8am to 1pm to or 1pm to 6pm. You can’t work longer than that. Your eyes get tired looking at the sea all the time.”What he doesn’t mention is that the spotters are out there in all weather – blazing sun, freezing wind and icy rain. As long as they can actually see the surface of the sea, they’re on duty.While sharks are the focus, the spotters see other things, too.“We see accidents, mountain fires, near drawings and stuff,” says Davids. “And then we report it.”The spotters make constant notes of their observations, and the resulting data is “incredibly valuable,” according to Alison Kock, a marine biologist with the Save our Seas Shark Foundation based in Kalk Bay.“They note the seasonal and daily trends not only of sharks, but also whales and dolphins,” she adds.The programme has reduced shark attacks to exactly zero. “In the five years that the spotters have been operating, there have been no incidents on the beaches involved,” says Davids.“It’s a brilliant system,” says Kock, “and I would like to see it implemented all around the world.”Creating employmentThe aims of the programme are two-fold. The obvious one is increased safety for beach users, but it creates employment, and the spotters are encouraged to further their education through the programme.“Most of the guys were unemployed,” says Davids, “and we see a lot of matriculants who can’t find work. So we’ve trained them up, and got them to do further courses.“All the guys have done first aid courses. And I’ve done a computer course at False Bay College, with the help of WWF. And a skipper’s licence and a driver’s licence, too.” Car dealer Williams Simpson has also donated a pickup truck to the programme.The spotters also go out in the research boat with Kock when she does her electronic tracking and shark observations.“It gives them a better understanding of the animals,” she says.Davids has started doing a tour guide course and, Kock explains, the other spotters are encouraged to go this route, too.“The tour buses stop on Boyes Drive to chat to the spotters, and to take photographs,” she says. “It’s become a tourist attraction.”Do you have queries or comments about this article? Email Mary Alexander at [email protected] articlesLife’s a beach in South Africa The Great Whaling Debate Big fests for big beasts SA manta a star in Atalanta Saving our vulnerable sharks Useful linksSharkspottersTwo Oceans AquariumRethink the SharkAfriOceans Conservation AllianceSave Our Seas
Top PhonesIn smartphone buzz, there were three leaders from the event, each with unique innovations of their own. First, the Samsung Galaxy S II announcement revealed a 4.27″ Super AMOLED Plus screen and extra-thin form factor. 3D capture and playback became available with LG’s new Optimus 3D phone and Playstation gaming arrived on Sony Ericsson’s Xperia Play.Apple’s iPhone 4 also managed to get a lot of buzz, thanks to its win of “Best Mobile Device” at Mobile World Congress 2011.According to Webtrends, these phones from Mobile Word Congress led the buzz:Samsung Galaxy – 23.7%Xperia Play – 18.4%iPhone 4 – 16.2%Optimus – 15.9%ChaCha – 6.0%Salsa – 5.9%Desire S – 5.8%Xperia Arc – 2.8%Iconia Smart – 2.1%Skate – 1.8%Ideos X3 – 1.5% Top Mobile Operating SystemsAmong OS buzz, Android won hands down, says Webtrends. (We have to wonder how much buzz was actually related to the scavenger hunt for the adorable Android collector pins that quickly became the hit of the show.)Webtrends says Android’s win is mainly due to the fact that Apple doesn’t attend major shows. Windows Phone 7 received a fair amount of buzz, attributable to the Nokia partnership announcement, but Symbian and Palm fell flat.Android 55.6% iOS – 20.5% Win 7 – 18.8%Symbian 3.7% Palm 1.5% Samsung was in the top spot on Monday (with 32% of buzz), thanks to its Sunday night announcement of new Galaxy S phones and a new Galaxy Tab computer. But on Tuesday, HTC beat Samsung (leading with 30.8% of buzz) after it revealed new phones with Facebook built in by way of an on-device, hardware button for posting to the social network. It also revealed a new tablet with a digital pen.However, Samsung won as the overall most-buzzed about brand at Mobile World Congress 2011, says Webtrends, after having already won the brand buzz at CES 2011 in January. Google was second, thanks to its popular Android mobile platform and HTC came in third overall. Meanwhile, Chinese brands Huawei and ZTE had a very low amount of buzz in the English language buzz Webtrends was tracking.Top TabletsTablets came close to beating out phones at this year’s event, with 47.7% of buzz compared with 52.3% for handsets. That’s impressive, says Webtrends, considering that Apple launched the iPad only 10 months ago. What it Takes to Build a Highly Secure FinTech … Tags:#mobile#news#Trends sarah perez Now that Mobile World Congress has wrapped, a number of digital analytics firms have parsed the data on social networks and blogs to determine which smartphones, tablets, operating systems and brands received the most buzz – and whether that chatter was positive or negative, in some cases.A few general trends that were revealed included the following: nearly equal buzz for tablets and phones, Android’s domination of the OS buzz on both phones and tablets, and Samsung and HTC coming out on top as the most buzzed about device manufacturers. Do these trends match up with your experiences from attending or reading about Mobile World Congress and its related news?Top BrandsAccording to leading analytics firm Webtrends, which analyzed trends by day and overall, the top three most buzzed about brands during Mobile World Congress were (in order):SamsungGoogleHTC Webtrends says the tablets category was dominated by two devices: the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 and the LG Optimus 3D. Apple’s iPad, and specifically speculation about its new features, allowed it to achieve its #3 position despite the fact that Apple itself has no presence at the event. HP’s Touchpad, launched prior to MWC 2011, didn’t receive much viral buzz.The buzz associated with tablet brands was as follows:LG Optimus – 29.4%Samsung Galaxy Tab – 25.1%Apple iPad – 19.5% HTC Flyer – 11.8%RIM PlayBook – 10.6%HP Touchpad – 3.4% Related Posts Why IoT Apps are Eating Device Interfaces Role of Mobile App Analytics In-App Engagement The Rise and Rise of Mobile Payment Technology A Second OpinionA second firm called Integrasco also measured buzz for MWC 2011, but didn’t separate buzz by phones and tablets. For day 1, it found that the top products (in order, by buzz) were the Samsung Galaxy S II, Sony Ericsson Xperia Play, LG Optimus 3D, Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, LG Optimus Pad, Sony Ericsson Xperia Neo, Sony Ericsson Xperia Pro and the Motorola Droid Pro.Day 2 buzz according to Integrasco went to (again, in order): LG Optimus 3D, Xperia Neo, Xperia Play, Galaxy S II, Xperia Pro, Motorola Droid Pro, LG Optimus Pad and Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1.Integrasco said the buzz for the Galaxy S II was largely positive, and over half the discussions related to the phone’s “top-notch hardware.” Also receiving positive buzz was the Xperia Play (the PlayStation phone), LG’s Optimus 3D phone and the Galaxy Tab 10.1.Sentiment around the LG Optimus Pad was mixed, due to disappointment that glasses-free 3D support was not available when viewing videos and the tablet seemed to attract fingerprints on its glossy screen. Other devices with mixed sentiment included the Xperia Neo, Xperia Pro and Droid Pro.
Ian Sangalang knew all Magnolia needed was one win to get back into a series that seemed irrevocably lost after two games.He helped the Hotshots get that win.ADVERTISEMENT Cayetano: Senate, Drilon to be blamed for SEA Games mess Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. He broke the game’s last two deadlocks as he toyed around with Rain or Shine’s Norbert Torres down low. By the time the Painters responded by fielding in veteran Beau Belga, it didn’t matter. Sangalang added two free throws and a basket as the Hotshots closed out strongly with their defense.Magnolia held Rain or Shine scoreless in the last 4:03 of the game. After rookie Javee Mocon completed a three-point play to push the Painters to within 76-74, Rain or Shine went 0-5 from the field to end the game.Paul Lee also had 16 points for Magnolia along with six rebounds, as the Hotshots guards helped their team outrebound the Painters, 71-49.Playmakers Mark Barroca and Jio Jalalon had 10 rebounds each to make up for substandard shooting nights.“We just wanted to bring back Magnolia’s brand of basketball … even though we’re tired, and have been playing for seven games in 14 nights,” said Magnolia coach Chito Victolero.ADVERTISEMENT View comments PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games PLAY LIST 02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games02:11Trump awards medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krauss MOST READ Private companies step in to help SEA Games hosting Hontiveros presses for security audit of national power grid Sangalang scored all his 16 points in the second half, including 10 under the final six minutes of the game as Magnolia carved out an 85-74 victory over Rain or Shine in Game 3 of their PBA Philippine Cup semifinal series at Smart Araneta Coliseum.The Elasto Painters, who fought back from 10 points down to take control early in the third period, still lead the series, 2-1, but Sangalang believes that one win could be all the Hotshots need.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSPalace wants Cayetano’s PHISGOC Foundation probed over corruption chargesSPORTSSingapore latest to raise issue on SEA Games food, logistics“We knew we needed just that one win,” he said on national TV in Filipino after the game. “We believed that if we could win one, the other wins will follow.”Sangalang also had 11 rebounds in the game and shot 7 for 15 after going scoreless in the first half, where he missed all his four shot attempts. DA eyes importing ‘galunggong’ anew SEA Games hosting troubles anger Duterte LATEST STORIES Ethel Booba twits Mocha over 2 toilets in one cubicle at SEA Games venue Panelo: Duterte ‘angry’ with SEA Games hosting hassles “We know we still need three more wins. But we’re looking to rest first and then eventually, prepare for Game 4,” he added.The two teams clash Monday next week with Magnolia hoping to square the series by then.Mocon finished with 18 points, hitting five of his 12 attempts from the floor, and added nine rebounds to lead Rain or Shine while Belga chipped in 12. Torres added 10 for the Painters.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Down in the ashes Philippine Arena Interchange inaugurated