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Emirati woman regains consciousness after 27 years in coma

A family of an Emirati woman said on Wednesday that she opened her eyes and regained consciousness after spending 27 years in a coma induced by a serious brain injury. Munira Omar was 32 when she was injured in a road traffic accident in 1991 after picking up her son...

24-year old man wins US$768 million Powerball prize

Manuel Franco just stopped by a gas station in Wisconsin, picked a series of numbers randomly, then paid US$10. “I honestly felt so lucky that I did look at the camera, and I really wanted to wink at it, because I just had that lucky feeling,” Franco said, as reported...

Fil-Am mail bombing suspect pleads guilty

A Filipino-American man has pleaded guilty of sending mail pipe bombs to critics of US President Donald Trump but claimed he has mental disorder, being a steroid addict for over 40 years. The Associated Press reported that Cesar Sayoc made this assertion in his...

Mayor dismissed over Boracay’s decay

Ombudsman has ordered the dismissal of the Aklan mayor in charge of Boracay Island after finding him guilty with charges that led to the environment issues besetting the country’s prime tourist destination. The country’s graft body found Malay Mayor Ciceron Cawaling...

Explore the World in 2019 with Emirates

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Jan. 08, 19 | 10:41 am

Dubai: Start the New Year by exploring new cultures, relaxing on the beach, or enjoying a city break in popular destinations across Emirates’ extensive network. Fulfil your 2019 dreams of a city break in New York or visit family in Cairo by booking tickets starting today until 22 January 2019 for travel from 10 January until 30 November, 2019.

Emirates passengers travelling to the Middle East, Europe, Africa, the Americas, Asia and the Pacific can enjoy Economy Class starting at AED 795 and Business Class fares starting from AED 3,395.

Travellers can also book with Emirates Holidays and enjoy a five-star holiday experience for an additional spend starting at AED 2,479 per person, inclusive of the airfare.

Fly better with Emirates by enjoying an award-winning and comfortable travel experience across cabin classes with more than 4,000 channels of audio and visual entertainment on Emirates’ ice system, from the latest movies to TV shows, music and games. As part of the Emirates experience, customers also enjoy complimentary beverages and regionally inspired meals, as well as the famed hospitality of the airline’s multi-cultural cabin crew. Emirates also offers a generous baggage allowance of up to 35Kg in Economy Class, 40Kg in Business Class and 50Kg in First Class. Customers travelling across all classes can also enjoy a stress-free experience before boarding their flight with Home Check-in for just AED 250 for up to seven pieces of luggage.

For more information on Emirates, including how to book flights and a complete list of terms and conditions, visit www.emirates.ae, travel agent or through the local Emirates Sales Office.

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PPIE na! Handa na ba kayo?

PPIE na! Handa na ba kayo?

DUBAI: Filipinos across the UAE are excited about the much-awaited 7th edition of the Philippine Property and Investment Exhibition (PPIE) happening April 26 and 27 where major property developers from the Philippines will be huddled under one roof, rolling out best...

LOOK: Palm Sunday 2019 mass schedules in the UAE

LOOK: Palm Sunday 2019 mass schedules in the UAE

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Overseas absentee voting for Filipinos begins

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‘Go out and vote’ — PH officials urge OFWs

‘Go out and vote’ — PH officials urge OFWs

DUBAI: It’s all systems go for the Philippine Embassy and Consulate as polling stations open at 8am on Saturday, April 13, in what will be the start of a 29-day electoral exercise of some 361,265 registered overseas Filipino voters in the UAE, who will be making their...

New policy on sponsoring relatives

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