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Magnitude 4.3 quake rocks Makilala, Cotabato

A Magnitude 4.3 earthquake jolted Makilala, Cotabato around 9:03 a.m. on Thursday. According to Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs), the earthquake is tectonic in origin with a depth of 11 kilometers. Intensity V was felt in Kidapawan City...

UAE heads efforts in combating COVID-19

The United Arab Emirates was commended by health ministers of other countries for its fast response to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), which originated in Wuhan, China. In a report by Asia Times, the UAE was praised for how local authorities were efficient in...

Senators approve expanding use of legal funds for distressed OFWs

Senators voted 21-0 in favor of a bill seeking to expand the use of a legal assistance fund for Filipinos. The bill, if approved, is expected to benefit 10 million Filipinos abroad. READ ALSO: P1-B fund could help boost legal assistance for OFWs— ACTS-OFW partylist...

7 Filipinos kidnapped in Nigeria

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Sep. 24, 18 | 9:31 am

Seven Filipino seafarers were abducted by pirates from a Swiss merchant vessel in Nigerian seas on Saturday, September 22.

Aside from the seven Filipinos, five other seafarers of different nationalities from Slovenia, Ukraine, Romania, Croatia and Bosnia were also taken, said the Nigerian Maritime Agency.

The ship was sailing between the cities of Lagos and Port Harcourt when the incident happened. According to the ship operator, the pirates attacked when they were 45 nautical miles southwest of Bonny Island, reported Remate.

Kidnap for ransom is still rampant in the different parts of Nigeria. According to Sunday Umoren of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), they have not been contacted yet by the abductors and the seafarers are still missing.

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Magnitude 4.3 quake rocks Makilala, Cotabato

Magnitude 4.3 quake rocks Makilala, Cotabato

A Magnitude 4.3 earthquake jolted Makilala, Cotabato around 9:03 a.m. on Thursday. According to Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs), the earthquake is tectonic in origin with a depth of 11 kilometers. Intensity V was felt in Kidapawan City...

UAE heads efforts in combating COVID-19

UAE heads efforts in combating COVID-19

The United Arab Emirates was commended by health ministers of other countries for its fast response to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), which originated in Wuhan, China. In a report by Asia Times, the UAE was praised for how local authorities were efficient in...

More entries, more chances of winning!

More entries, more chances of winning!

Brands have noted the recent trend of many Filipinos winning raffles in the UAE. One of the biggest factors is the active participation of the community in purchasing raffle tickets or buying products to earn chances of winning instant prizes. Antonio Plasabas, a...

Senators approve expanding use of legal funds for distressed OFWs

Senators approve expanding use of legal funds for distressed OFWs

Senators voted 21-0 in favor of a bill seeking to expand the use of a legal assistance fund for Filipinos. The bill, if approved, is expected to benefit 10 million Filipinos abroad. READ ALSO: P1-B fund could help boost legal assistance for OFWs— ACTS-OFW partylist...

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