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Angel Locsin spotted in Northern Samar to help Tisoy victims 

Actress Angel Locsin proved once again that she is indeed a real-life Darna as she made a surprise visit to the typhoon-ravaged province of Northern Samar. In a Facebook post, Rei Josiah Echano, provincial disaster risk reduction management officer of Northern Samar...

Report: Fil-am among those killed in Pearl Harbor shooting 

Authorities have disclosed  that a Filipino-American identified as 49 year-old Roldam Agustin was among the three people killed in the Pearl Harbor shooting, Wednesday this week. Agustin was a native of Laoag City and grew up in Hawaii according to a report by the...

Dad stops daughter’s wedding for her stepdad to walk down the aisle

   Weddings are occasions where the family gets together and moments are cherished. In this particular wedding in Elyria, Ohio, a heartwarming moment for the bride did happen as her biological father stopped the wedding so her stepfather could also walk down the...

Dubai police in action

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Apr. 30, 18 | 9:38 am

NOTE: Nobody said the video is real, but the incident did happen and they just did a video to unfold what happened and how they caught them.

DUBAI – Two Arab men suspected of stealing Dh1.5 million in cash from a Bentley have been arrested in 15 minutes, according to Dubai Police. Abu Dhabi Police said that the duo stole the money that was kept in a briefcase inside the luxury car. The suspects then fled Abu Dhabi and were headed to Dubai on a vehicle. The Abu Dhabi Police then alerted the Dubai Police. The Dubai Police said that it used Artificial Intelligence and monitored surveillance cameras to identify the suspects’ getaway vehicle as it reached Jebel Ali. The suspects were tracked as they reached Jumeirah. Patrols followed their vehicle until it stopped on Al Wasl Road where police officers arrested the duo and recover the stolen money. Police said that the case has been referred to the concerned authorities for further legal procedures. We Love Dubai Police

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Major General Abdullah Khalifa Al Marri, Commander in Chief of Dubai Police, received the Guinness certificate from the Guinness Book of World Records for the fastest police patrol in the world, using the Bugatti Veyron sports car, Inside a Dubai Police car – How dubai police Fines –

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Angel Locsin spotted in Northern Samar to help Tisoy victims 

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Dad stops daughter’s wedding for her stepdad to walk down the aisle

Dad stops daughter’s wedding for her stepdad to walk down the aisle

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