Things you need to know this morning, November 7

To keep you updated with the latest news here and abroad, Yahoo Philippines is giving you a roundup of morning headlines. Here are things you need to know this morning, November 7:

1. Will Napoles speak?

Janet Lim Napoles may invoke her right against self-incrimination as she faces senators today, government lawyers said.

2. ‘Yolanda’ enters PAR


Typhoon Yolanda, which is said to be strongest storm to hit the country this year, has entered the Philippine Area of Responsibility.

3. Why Jinggoy left without wife

Senator Jinggoy Estrada admitted he left the country without his wife after saying he will only accompany her for a checkup.

4. Nikki Gil breaks her silence

After months of silence, Nikki Gil is more than ready to talk about her failed relationship with Billy Crawford.

5. Confusion over PH’s SEA Games bid

The Philippines already said no men’s football team will be sent to Myanmar, but a draw for the Game included a Philippine entry.

6. 10 scientific facts that are actually lies

The belief that stars twinkle is one proof that not everything you learn in school as a child is completely true.

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