The wRap highlights: ‘No basis’ resignation, rock icons, and SEVENTEEN
Today on Rappler – the latest news in the Philippines and around the world:
President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. says there is ‘no basis’ for Justice Secretary Jesus Crispin ‘Boying’ Remulla to resign.
‘Urging state prosecutors to do one thing or another is interfering.’ This is what President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. said when asked about the plea of detained former senator Leila de Lima for her release.
The Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources in the Ilocos Region reiterates its ban on the catching or eating of tilapia from the San Roque Dam reservoir.
South Korea’s military says North Korea fired a short-range ballistic missile into the sea off its east coast on Friday, October 14. North Korean warplanes flew as close as 25 km north of the Military Demarcation Line.
Six Filipina rock icons are coming together to perform in ‘Tanaw,’ a one-night concert on Saturday, November 26, at the Theatre at Solaire.
Not even a week after their back-to-back sold out shows in Manila, K-pop boy group SEVENTEEN confirms they’re going back to the Philippines!
Puerto Rican rapper and singer Bad Bunny lands the most nominations for this year’s American Music Awards. — Rappler.com