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LOOK: Twin tornadoes sighted in Southern Luzon

Filipino residents in Southern Luzon were startled with the sight of tornado formations over Laguna de Baé. Muntinlupa City Disaster Risk and Reduction Management Office Head Erwin Alfonso shared an image of a tornado seen over the bay, as netizen RJ Patdu Smith...

DOLE estimates job loss of 1 million OFWs until 2021

The Philippines' Department of Labor and Employment has forecast that around 1,005,031 overseas Filipino workers will lose their jobs as an effect of the impact of the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19). DOLE International Labor Affairs Bureau (ILAB)...

LGUs agree to implement home quarantine for returning OFWs

Local government units in the Philippines have agreed to enforce home isolation for Overseas Filipino Workers returning to their cities instead of isolating them in a facility, according to Department of Interior and Local Government Secretary Eduardo Año. In a...

Emirates flight from Manila to Dubai to cost Dh 2159

Filipinos with valid UAE resident visas can soon return to Dubai through Emirates Airline with two flights planned on June 5 and 6. The flight that leaves on June 5 costs $622 (Dhs 2284.57*) while the flight that leaves June 6 costs $588 (Dhs 2159.69*) EK335 departs...

Duterte bound for Japan to witness new emperor’s enthronement

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Oct. 21, 19 | 8:01 am

FILE: Presidential Photo

President Rodrigo Duterte will be flying to Japan to witness the enthronement ceremony of the country’s new emperor.

The Presidential Communications Operations Office said on Sunday that Duterte will leave on Monday, a day before Emperor Naruhito’s scheduled enthronement.

PCOO Secretary Martin Andanar, however, announced that he has no other details about the President’s Japan trip.

Duterte previously said that he is mulling to attend the enthronement ceremony because Japan is one of the countries who consistently help the Philippines.

Naruhito’s father, Emperor Akihito abdicated his throne early thus year beacuse of health reasons.

Akihito was the first emperor to abdicate the throne in 200 years.

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LOOK: Twin tornadoes sighted in Southern Luzon

LOOK: Twin tornadoes sighted in Southern Luzon

Filipino residents in Southern Luzon were startled with the sight of tornado formations over Laguna de Baé. Muntinlupa City Disaster Risk and Reduction Management Office Head Erwin Alfonso shared an image of a tornado seen over the bay, as netizen RJ Patdu Smith...

DOLE estimates job loss of 1 million OFWs until 2021

DOLE estimates job loss of 1 million OFWs until 2021

The Philippines' Department of Labor and Employment has forecast that around 1,005,031 overseas Filipino workers will lose their jobs as an effect of the impact of the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19). DOLE International Labor Affairs Bureau (ILAB)...

LGUs agree to implement home quarantine for returning OFWs

LGUs agree to implement home quarantine for returning OFWs

Local government units in the Philippines have agreed to enforce home isolation for Overseas Filipino Workers returning to their cities instead of isolating them in a facility, according to Department of Interior and Local Government Secretary Eduardo Año. In a...

Emirates flight from Manila to Dubai to cost Dh 2159

Emirates flight from Manila to Dubai to cost Dh 2159

Filipinos with valid UAE resident visas can soon return to Dubai through Emirates Airline with two flights planned on June 5 and 6. The flight that leaves on June 5 costs $622 (Dhs 2284.57*) while the flight that leaves June 6 costs $588 (Dhs 2159.69*) EK335 departs...

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