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OFW complains of baggage theft at NAIA 1

OFW complains of baggage theft at NAIA 1

An overseas Filipino worker (OFW) has come forward to complain about lost items in his baggage at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) Terminal 1 last February 9, 2018. According to the victim, Ramon Segarra, he found his perfumes, shoes and other items were...

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Laborer lands in jail for assaulting Filipina

Laborer lands in jail for assaulting Filipina

A laborer who attacked a Filipina in a Dubai street, punched her in the chest then sexually assaulted her has been jailed for two years. The Indian construction worker, 22, was sentenced at Dubai Criminal Court for sexual and physical assault and consuming alcohol...

Saudi Arabia gives VAT, selective taxes a nod

Saudi Arabia gives VAT, selective taxes a nod

The Saudi Cabinet has given its approval to the Unified Agreement for Value Added Tax, which will be implemented throughout the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) starting next year. In a session chaired by King Salman at the Al-Yamamah Palace in Riyadh, the Cabinet...

This centenarian is older than PH independence

This centenarian is older than PH independence

In 1916, a year before Rosario Ignacio Carla was born, the United States promised her native Philippines its independence. But it didn’t actually happen until after the Japanese occupation and World War II, when she was married with three children. She was born on...

9,000 foreigner banned from entering PH last year – BI

9,000 foreigner banned from entering PH last year – BI

The Bureau of Immigration (BI) has announced that 9,000 foreign nationals were barred from entering the country in 2016 to “reinforce border security.” According to the report published by Business World, a total of 2,034 Chinese nationals were denied entry to the...

Hong Kong eyes PH as next business hub

Hong Kong eyes PH as next business hub

Hong Kong Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines, Inc. (HKCCPI) has sent representatives to the Philippines to set business missions in the country to meet their Filipino counterparts. HKCCPI President Anthony Chan said the representatives of HKTDC will meet with the...

“War on drugs” suspended; purge of scalawags begins

“War on drugs” suspended; purge of scalawags begins

Philippine National Police (PNP) chief Dir. Gen. Ronald “Bato” dela Rosa ordered all police units to stop anti-illegal drug operations nationwide. "We have to focus our efforts towards internal cleansing. And by the time na ma-cleanse natin ang PNP, the President will...

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