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Henry Sy Sr. passes away at 94

Business tycoon and Philippines' richest man Henry Sy Sr. passed away on Saturday, January 19. In a statement, the SM Supermalls management confirmed that the 94-year-old businessman has "peacefully died in his sleep". "With deep sadness, I would like to inform the...

Sri Lankan president all praises for Duterte’s drug war

Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena on Wednesday, January 16, praised President Rodrigo Duterte’s war against drugs and dubbed it as “an example to the whole world”. During a state banquet as a part of Sirisena’s state visit in the Philippines, the Sri Lankan...

Man dies, mother and daughter sustain injuries in Sharjah attack

Authorities are now investigating the incident which took place in a building in Al Butina area, Sharjah which took the life of a 46-year-old Sudanese man and left a 33-year-old Indian woman and her daughter injured. A police team immediately went to the scene of the...

NAIA airport screener admits to stealing money from passenger’s bag

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One of the airport personnels accused of stealing $2,600 (Php140,000) from a passenger’s bag at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) Terminal 3 admitted to committing theft.

Reinielle G. Alvarez, who works as an airport screener checking the luggage of all passengers, made the admission after the Airport Police Intelligence and Investigation Division showed CCTV footages of him and fellow screener Nievel Gorpe taking cash from the bag of Taiwanese national Cheng Chun Shu on August 30, reported ABS-CBN.

A $100 bill (Php5,300) was also recovered from Alvarez’ belongings.

Gorpe, however, maintains his innocence despite evidence presented before him and Alvarez’ admission.

Inspector Roderick Mejia said that Alvarez’ admission will be used as additional evidence when charges are filed against the two airport personnels.

The Office for Transportation Security, meanwhile, has suspended all airport screeners during the shift while investigation is still ongoing.

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