Monday, October 23, 2017

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6 cops accused of raping female detainee

Six Olongapo cops have been placed under restrictive custody after they were accused of raping and maltreating a female detainee last June. The Pampanga Police Station 5 officials allegedly released the drug suspect from detention, then asked her to throw out the...

Duterte orders clampdown on illegal recruiters

President Rodrigo Duterte on Wednesday Oct. 18 called for the clampdown on illegal recruiters that has long posed a threat to the overseas Filipino worker (OFW) community. In an anniversary event of TV show “Buhay OFW” and the Anti-Trafficking OFW Movement, Duterte...

Soldier turned hitman: Fil-Am charged for murder of Pinay

A Filipino-American former United States (US) army soldier who was sentenced to 20 years in prison last year for drug, weapons, and murder-for-hire charges, has again been indicted for another murder-for-hire scheme with two others. A US Department of Justice...

Duterte maintains his stand to reject EU aid

President Rodrigo Duterte on Wednesday, October 18, said the country will no longer accept grants from the European Union (EU), which provides humanitarian aid to developing countries such as the Philippines. The announcement comes at the heels of the visit of a...

Aegis Juris fratmen in murky waters

After the death of University of Santo Tomas (UST) freshman law student Horacio “Atio” Castillo III due to hazing, the future of the Aegis Juris fraternity is in murky waters. If proven guilty, the fraternity members may spend their lives in jail. According to Sec. 4...

Asian maid cleared of stealing employer’s jewelry in Dubai

The Filipina maid in Dubai who was accused of stealing her employer’s diamond necklace had been cleared of the charge by the Dubai Court of First Instance on Wednesday, October 18. In a Gulf News report by Bassam Za'za', the American employer claimed the Filipina...

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