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JEANE NAPOLES BACK IN PH, ON LOOKOUT LIST
Justice Secretary Leila de Lima issues an immigration lookout bulletin for Jeane Napoles.
The order requires immigration officers to monitor Napoles' movement…
and to "coordinate with the concerned agencies" about the status of her cases.
Jeane faces two counts of attempt to evade taxes…
and two counts of failure to file an income tax return for over P17.88 million or about $407,194 in unpaid taxes.
She owns a Ritz-Carlton unit in Los Angeles worth P80 million pesos or almost $2 million dollars...
and a farm lot in Pangasinan worth P1.49 million.
Jeane’s lavish lifestyle puts her in the spotlight because it gives a glimpse of her family’s unexplained wealth.
The justice department approves the filing of tax evasion charges against alleged pork barrel scam mastermind Janet Lim Napoles and her husband Jaime.
Still on the pork barrel scam... The Sandiganbayan affirms the freeze order on the assets of Senator Jinggoy Estrada.
The order is based on evidence presented by principal whistleblower Benhur Luy... and the report of the Anti-Money Laundering Council.
AFP: ALL-OUT OFFENSIVE VS BIFF ENDS TODAY
The military announces it is ending its all-out offensive against the Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters or BIFF.
Armed Forces chief General Gregorio Catapang says the military "defeated" the BIFF, whose members are now supposedly in hiding.
He adds the troops killed a total of 139 BIFF members or more than 50% of the ranks of the BIFF… captured bomb factories and seized encampments.
BIFF Commander Yusoph Abesalih, better known as "Commander Bisaya," was killed along with 4 soldiers.
The military will make way for the return of up to 120,000 displaced residents.
SOLEMN HERO'S FUNERAL FOR SINGAPORE'S LEE KUAN YEW
More than 100,000 people lined Singapore's streets Sunday to say goodbye to its founding father Lee Kuan Yew.
Officials say 454,687 people – in a nation with just 3.34 million citizens…
paid their last respects to Lee before his wake ended.
His son, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, delivered a eulogy in a state funeral attended by Asia-Pacific leaders.
LEE HSIEN LOONG, PRIME MINISTER, SINGAPORE: The light that has guided us all this years has been extinguished. We’ve lost our founding father… with LKY. Who lived and breathed Singapore all his life. He and his team led our pioneer generation to create this island nation of Singapore.
Lee said his father inspired them to give their best.
He added his father was constantly thinking about Singapore.
LEE HSIEN LOONG, PRIME MINISTER, SINGAPORE: At one national day rally in 1988, he declared, “Even from my sickbed, even if you are going to lower me into the grave and I feel something is going wrong, I will get up.”
Torrential rain soaked the crowds as howitzers fired a 21-gun salute to the country's first prime minister...
and jet fighters screamed across the sky in a grand farewell normally reserved for heads of states.
Lee, 91, ruled with an iron fist for 31 years transforming Singapore from a British colony to a gleaming metropolis.
ALPS CRASH CAPTAIN SHOUTED 'OPEN THE DAMN DOOR'
The captain of the Germanwings flight that crashed in France shouted at the co-pilot to open the door as the plane descended.
CNN reports German newspaper Bild published a summary of the transcripts of the recording from the plane’s flight data recorder.
The events show how co-pilot Andreas Lubitz encouraged the captain to go to the bathroom. Shortly after, the captain begs Lubitz to let him in.
The knocking on the cockpit door continues as the plane’s computer warns "Terrain -- pull up!"
The captain screams, "Open the damn door!"
Lubitz's breathing can still be heard on the voice recorder.
As the plane scrapes a mountaintop screams can be heard one final time.
The hunt resumes for more DNA strands from 150 people who died in the Germanwings crash...
as well as the search for the jet's second black box.
MANNY PACQUIAO SWEATS IT OUT IN TRAINING CAMP
Manny Pacquiao is a little over a month from fight night as he prepares for his May 2 showdown with Floyd Mayweather.
Manny Pacquiao has a record of 57 wins 5 losses and 38 knockouts.
He is deep in training camp at the Wild Card Gym in Los Angeles alongside trainer Freddie Roach and strength and conditioning coach Justin Fortune.
The 36-year-old from the Philippines won world titles in a record of 8 divisions…
but is a solid underdog against the 38-year-old Mayweather from Las Vegas with 47 wins, 0 losses, and 26 knockouts.
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