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Naked couple crashes truck into traffic post

A naked couple, who were allegedly having sex while driving a pickup truck, crashed into a traffic post in Cagayan de Oro City. The crash happened in Brgy. Carmen, Cagayan de Oro City causing the truck to flip on its side, reported Inquirer. Witnesses at the scene...

Fujairah Municipality denies search for “spotted wolf”

The Fujairah Municipality issued a statement after rumors circulated that a wild wolf has been spotted along a road in Al Bithnah village. An image of a wolf walking along a street made the rounds on social media causing residents to panic that a wild animal is...

PH Senate pushes for mandatory organ donation

The Senate of the Philippines is pushing for a new bill that will require all Filipinos to donate their internal organs to patients in need in case of death. Authored by Senator Richard Gordon, the “Organ Donor Act of 2018” states that the internal organs of ‘brain...

Jordan’s king welcomes Duterte in historic trip

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President Rodrigo Duterte met with Jordan’s King His Majesty Abdullah bin Al-Hussein in a welcome ceremony at the Al Husseinieh Palace on Thursday, September 6.

The President arrived at the Queen Alia International Airport in Ammam on Wednesday, September 5, with intentions to boost the Philippines’ relations with the Hashimite Kingdom of Jordan.

Being the first Filipino president to step foot in the kingdom, Duterte is expected to accomplish government-to-government bilateral relations and improve the working conditions of the overseas Filipino workers.

He will also attend a business forum after the closed-door meeting with the Jordan King with selected Cabinet Officials. Duterte will meet with the Filipino community on Friday, September 7.

According to the Department of Trade and Industry, Duterte will also sign $10 million worth of deals between Filipino and Jordanian firms.

Philippine Ambassador to Jordan, Akmad Atlah Sakkam, said that Duterte will sign an agreement for better working conditions for the OFWs in Jordan.

“The access to Internet and cellphone is now built into our new agreement. And our domestic helpers will be allowed to cook their own food. And then (there is) religious tolerance, they are allowed to exercise their religious beliefs. Wala yan sa iba,” he said in a statement.

The proposed labor agreement will also provide for the proper procedures in recruiting and deploying Filipino service household workers in Jordan through licensed agencies.

The Philippine President will leave for Davao on Saturday, September 8.

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Dubai nurse kills compatriot in brawl

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Asian man sentenced to jail, deportation after assaulting Dubai cop

Asian man sentenced to jail, deportation after assaulting Dubai cop

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How about the great outdoors for your festive season treat?

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Naked couple crashes truck into traffic post

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Kris Aquino files charges vs. ex-project manager

The Queen of All Media Kris Aquino filed qualified theft charges against her ex-project manager and business partner. Aquino filed complaints against Nicardo Falcis II after he allegedly siphoned off money from her business for personal use, reported GMA News. The...

Fujairah Municipality denies search for “spotted wolf”

The Fujairah Municipality issued a statement after rumors circulated that a wild wolf has been spotted along a road in Al Bithnah village. An image of a wolf walking along a street made the rounds on social media causing residents to panic that a wild animal is...

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