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Sharjah fire destroys 12 warehouses

A fire broke out in Sharjah's industrial area past noon on Monday and destroyed 12 warehouses. There was no report of casualty. The destroyed warehouses contain building materials and wood, authorities said, according to Gulf News. Sharjah firefighters prevented the...
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Priest in Marawi still alive, says military

The Catholic priest taken hostage by Maute militants in Marawi City remains alive as fighting between government forces and rebels resumed Monday after an 8-hour pause during the Muslim holiday of Eid Al Fitr, according to the military. Father Teresito “Chito” Suganob...
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Marawi troops cease firing for Eid

Troops in Marawi City cease firing against militants on Sunday in observance of the Muslim holiday of Eid Al Fitr marking the end of Ramadan. Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) chief-of-staff Gen. Eduardo Año has agreed to give an eight-hour "Humanitarian Pause" in...
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Moon-sighting panel declares Sunday as Eid

The UAE’s moon-sighting committee declared that today (Sunday) is the first day of the month of Shawwal and Eid Al Fitr. The committee, headed by Sultan bin Saeed Al Badi, Minister of Justice, confirmed the official start of the Eid holidays following legitimate...
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RAK road crash kills Asian mom, daughter

A family figured in a deadly car accident in Ras Al Khaimah Friday evening. Killed in the accident in Wadi Afsna were a 32-year-old Asian wife and her 4-year-old daughter while the 29-year-old father, who was on the wheels, was seriously injured. Based on initial...
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Sharjah fire destroys 12 warehouses

A fire broke out in Sharjah's industrial area past noon on Monday and destroyed 12 warehouses. There was no report of casualty. The destroyed warehouses contain building materials and wood, authorities said, according to Gulf News. Sharjah firefighters prevented the...

Sharjah fire destroys 12 warehouses

A fire broke out in Sharjah's industrial area past noon on Monday and destroyed 12 warehouses. There was no report of casualty. The destroyed warehouses contain building materials and wood, authorities said, according to Gulf News. Sharjah firefighters prevented the...
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Sharjah fire destroys 12 warehouses

Sharjah fire destroys 12 warehouses

A fire broke out in Sharjah's industrial area past noon on Monday and destroyed 12 warehouses. There was no report of casualty. The destroyed warehouses contain building materials and wood, authorities said, according to Gulf News. Sharjah firefighters prevented the...

Priest in Marawi still alive, says military

Priest in Marawi still alive, says military

The Catholic priest taken hostage by Maute militants in Marawi City remains alive as fighting between government forces and rebels resumed Monday after an 8-hour pause during the Muslim holiday of Eid Al Fitr, according to the military. Father Teresito “Chito” Suganob...

Marawi troops cease firing for Eid

Marawi troops cease firing for Eid

Troops in Marawi City cease firing against militants on Sunday in observance of the Muslim holiday of Eid Al Fitr marking the end of Ramadan. Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) chief-of-staff Gen. Eduardo Año has agreed to give an eight-hour "Humanitarian Pause" in...

Moon-sighting panel declares Sunday as Eid

Moon-sighting panel declares Sunday as Eid

The UAE’s moon-sighting committee declared that today (Sunday) is the first day of the month of Shawwal and Eid Al Fitr. The committee, headed by Sultan bin Saeed Al Badi, Minister of Justice, confirmed the official start of the Eid holidays following legitimate...

RAK road crash kills Asian mom, daughter

RAK road crash kills Asian mom, daughter

A family figured in a deadly car accident in Ras Al Khaimah Friday evening. Killed in the accident in Wadi Afsna were a 32-year-old Asian wife and her 4-year-old daughter while the 29-year-old father, who was on the wheels, was seriously injured. Based on initial...

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Aeta grad receives diploma in bahag

Norman King went on stage to receive his diploma donning a bahag, the traditional loincloth worn by the Aeta people. King earned his bachelor's degree in Behavioral Science from the University of the Philippines Manila. "Umakyat ako ng stage, I'm doing this not to...

BSP reminds OFWs to change old peso bills

Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) who registered their old series bank notes online have until the end of December to exchange them for the new ones, Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) Deputy Governor Diwa Guinigundo said in an interview with ABS-CBN News on Tuesday....

Bahrain accuses Qatar of escalating tension

The foreign ministry of Bahrain has accused Doha of escalating the diplomatic crisis in the Gulf by bringing in Turkish troops and armored vehicles in Qatar. On a Twitter post, Sheikh Khalid bin Ahmed Al Khalifa said, "The foundation of the dispute with Qatar is...

1,000 OFWs in Saudi wait for repatriation

The Department of Labor and Employment still needs to repatriate nearly 1,000 Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) in Saudi Arabia, two days before the end of the kingdom’s amnesty program for undocumented workers on Thursday. The Overseas Workers Welfare Administration...

Serial killer nurse gets life sentence

A former nurse convicted of killing eight elderly residents under her care has been sentenced to life imprisonment on Monday. Elizabeth Wettlaufer, who worked as a registered nurse for three Ontario care facilities between 2007 and 2016, received the sentence from the...

Dubai landlords offer flexible payment

Majority of residential landlords in Dubai are now becoming more flexible in terms of payment regulations and pricing, which give residents more options and cheaper rents. “Landlords are flexible when it comes to the number of rental checks. The norm for the number of...

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Sharjah fire destroys 12 warehouses

Sharjah fire destroys 12 warehouses

A fire broke out in Sharjah's industrial area past noon on Monday and destroyed 12 warehouses. There was no report of casualty. The destroyed warehouses contain building materials and wood, authorities said, according to Gulf News. Sharjah firefighters prevented the...

Priest in Marawi still alive, says military

Priest in Marawi still alive, says military

The Catholic priest taken hostage by Maute militants in Marawi City remains alive as fighting between government forces and rebels resumed Monday after an 8-hour pause during the Muslim holiday of Eid Al Fitr, according to the military. Father Teresito “Chito” Suganob...

Marawi troops cease firing for Eid

Marawi troops cease firing for Eid

Troops in Marawi City cease firing against militants on Sunday in observance of the Muslim holiday of Eid Al Fitr marking the end of Ramadan. Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) chief-of-staff Gen. Eduardo Año has agreed to give an eight-hour "Humanitarian Pause" in...

Moon-sighting panel declares Sunday as Eid

Moon-sighting panel declares Sunday as Eid

The UAE’s moon-sighting committee declared that today (Sunday) is the first day of the month of Shawwal and Eid Al Fitr. The committee, headed by Sultan bin Saeed Al Badi, Minister of Justice, confirmed the official start of the Eid holidays following legitimate...

RAK road crash kills Asian mom, daughter

RAK road crash kills Asian mom, daughter

A family figured in a deadly car accident in Ras Al Khaimah Friday evening. Killed in the accident in Wadi Afsna were a 32-year-old Asian wife and her 4-year-old daughter while the 29-year-old father, who was on the wheels, was seriously injured. Based on initial...

Saudi security forces foil attack on Grand Mosque

Saudi security forces foil attack on Grand Mosque

Saudi security forces foiled an attempt to bomb the Grand Mosque in Makkah on Friday. when hundreds of thousands of worshippers gathered for early afternoon prayers on the last Friday of this year's Ramadan. Suspected terrorists tried to enter Islam's holiest site...

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UAE jobs are up for grabs

Apple Search and Selection, a UAE-based recruitment agency, is looking for talents for the top companies in the UAE: Human Resources Business Partner Finance Manager Mechanical and Fabrication Workshops Supervisor Waiter/Waitresses Assistant Manager Typist Mechanical...

UK hiring 7,000 Filipinos

The United Kingdom is currently in need of 21,000 highly skilled workers, 9,000 of which is for Filipinos, according to the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA).

These UAE companies want you!

Al Rostamani Group, one of the leading business conglomerates in the UAE, is looking to boost its automotive, contracting, trading, and recycling services with the following professionals: QA/QC Inspector Site Engineer Foreman Trainee Engineer – Electrical Project...

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Mom forbids Janella to have boyfriend

Actress, singer and brand ambassador Janella Salvador doused speculations that she and Elmo Magalona are now an item. Actress-singer Jenine Desiderio, the mother of the Philippine's "OPM Pop Sweetheart", forbids her to have a boyfriend at this time, Janella said at a...

Romnick says kids caused his showbiz retreat

Romnick Sarmenta has revived his acting career at the Kapamilya network playing supporting roles in the teleserye "La Luna Sangre." It has been many years since Romnick took a retreat from showbiz and he says its because of family life. "It's because me and Harlene,...

Aga’s ‘love letter’ to Lea goes viral

Aga Muhlach's "love letter" to Lea Salonga that was included in her 2013 souvenir program for her "Playlist" concerts is making the rounds in social media as netizens fell in love with the actor's romantic words for the lady that he describes as "the one that got...

Pia Wurtzbach look-alike loses at Miss Manila pageant

Model and student Glenn Aeela Krishnan followed the footsteps of her beauty queen look-alike, Miss Universe 2015 Pia Wurtzbach, by joining the Miss Manila 2017 beauty pageant. Krishnan hit the headlines in November when netizens noticed a close resemblance between her...

Johnny Depp faces perjury charge

American actor Johnny Depp's 2015 issue with Australian authorities over his pet dogs is not yet over as new allegations emerged that he knew it was illegal to bring terriers to the country without them being quarantine. Australia's Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby...

Lovi Poe, boyfriend dive in Palawan

Lovi Poe and boyfriend Chris Johnson celebrated his birthday by diving in Taytay, Palawan recently. The Kapuso actress, an avid diver, said she is happy to have found someone who shares her sense of adventure, referring to her boyfriend. "It's rare for a person to...

Musician land in trouble over painkiller possesion in UAE

An American musician has been deported from the UAE on Friday after he was found in possession of painkillers without the proper medical prescription. Matthew Gonzales was arrested in April on charges of illegal possession of Tramadol, listed as a banned drug in the...

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