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Worker in UAE faces charges for insulting boss

A worker in the Ras Al Khaimah is facing charges before the emirate's Misdemeanour Court after swearing at his Arab employer. According to a report of Khaleej Times, court records showed that the African worker insulted his boss by calling him a 'thief'. He also...

Residents given 48 hours to leave Taal volcano danger zone

Residents inside the 14-kilometer danger zone were given 48 hours to leave the area or they will forcibly be moved out to safer place. “We were given by the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs) 48 hours. After 48 hours, lahat ng tao namin...

UAE’s big heart highlighted in its aid to Taal victims

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Ombudsman to investigate alleged SEA Games corruption

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Dec. 09, 19 | 11:13 am

Ombudsman Samuel Martires said that he will look into possible graft and corruption in the alleged mishandling of funds in the 30th Southeast Asian Games.

Martires revealed that he has formed a seven-man panel to probe the corruption issues of Philippine Southeast Asian Games Organizing Committee (PHISGOC).

He added that the investigation will not spare House Speaker and PHISGOC Chairman Alan Peter Cayetano.

“Natural hindi tayo pwedeng maging selective. As long as there is an allegation of conspiracy between public and private officials wee isama lahat,” he said.

The PHISGOC was on hot waters after Senator Drilon criticized the 55-million peso price tag of the SEA Games cauldron.

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