5am Sunday news

Here’s the 5am Sunday edition (March 3, 2013):

PH & Malysia ships patrol Sulu sea… Sultan seeks U.S. help… Malaysian peace monitors in south Ph at risk…

In the Metro: Stalled engine stalls MRT… 

World: Thousands protest Portugal austerity measures (Al Jazeera)… Syria’s Assad to run in elections says Iran (Channel News Asia)… Israel’s Netanyahu to get extension to to form coalition (NY Times)…



Photo from Global Voices (no caption; photographer & location not indicated)

Cluster bombing in Aleppo, Syria, “why is the world doing nothing?” (Amnesty International Media)…2 Afghan boys accidentally killed by Nato helicopters (NY Times)…Deadly clashes continue in Bangladesh (Channel News Asia)…  Feature stories: Siblings as roommates (NY Times)…Free online courses in “data journalism” (Global Voices)…

(i put “data journalism” in quotes because it’s really about storifying by algorithm)

          “Lies, More Lies”, Who’s fibbing the most in their profiles (Yahoo Shine)… For 20-somethings, ambition at a cost (NY Times)…Veg recipes: Artichokes & sweet pepper boats (Vegetarian Society)…Focacia w/ rosemary (ibid)… 7 nutrition bars that are worse than candy (Yahoo Shine)… Experts want more studies on role of diet for the heart (NY Times)… Elephants thrive: Successful  conservation program in Kenya (Al Jazeera)… Illicit trail of African ivory to China (NY Times)… Abyei community asks South to redeploy, UN force not enough; Mass arrest of youth in Sumbek  (Sudan Tribune)… Music: Vote for your favourite VJ; 2pm live tour (MXY Phil)… plus:  videos from Google Ph (dog jumps over river) and Global Voices (car bombings/ bus burning) Photo from Global Voices (see photo above)… and many more… pls click: 5amSundayMarch3, 13 What’s Trending marichulambino

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Pls visit my blog at marichulambino@wordpress.com, i post there daily; i'm not on Facebook/ Twitter or any social network site. Asst submitted this to VP for Acad last week upon request for faculty highlights/ bullet points for the University site: “TOWNS Awardee for Law (The Outstanding Women in the Nation’s Service) 2004-2007. "Marie Claire Magazine launch issue voted and listed as Top 25 Women Who Changed Our Lives (“Top 25 Women Who Rock”, Oct. 21, 2005). "Philippine Graphic Magazine voted and listed as the Top 25 Young Leaders for 2004, anniversary issue. "Award, 16th Anniversary, Ombudsman’s Office: 'selfless service, dedication, tireless efforts in assisting the Office of the Ombudsman for in the prosecution of the plunder case against former President Joseph Estrada'. "Citation for excellent public service, Special Prosecutor, Ombudsman’s Office for her work in the plunder case People vs. Estrada, Oct. 17, 2007 upon successful termination of the case. "Tribute, Philippine Collegian 2001 as 'private prosecutor, for integrity held above price, for service freely given, for truth steadfastly pursued, for embracing the ideals of the Philippine Collegian beyond the confines of the University.' "Award, St. Scholastica Student Council July 6, 2001 'for her undying patriotism, love and service to all her Filipino countrymen.' "Tribute, Konggreso ng Mamamayang Pilipino (KOMPIL) (Congress of Filipino Citizens) for helping in the fight against corruption in the highest offices of the land and for upholding justice, 2002. "1996 Award of Merit from U.P. Diliman: 'In recognition of her dedicated and exemplary services as U.P. Diliman Chief Legal Officer ...pioneering efforts, outstanding leadership, team-building skills, administrative competence...' "Visiting Forces Agreement case, delivered the oral arguments in the Supreme Court for main petitioner, Bayan, in Bayan et al vs. Executive Secretary. "Her case Posadas, Torres-Yu, & Lambino vs. Dizon (NBI), et al, on attempted invalid warrantless arrests on-campus, is now included in criminal law and criminal procedure textbooks, syllabus, and lectures in MCLE"

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