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Antarctica remains as last continent without coronavirus cade

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Taal Volcano emits smoke, Alert Level 2 remains

The Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Philvolcs) confirmed that Taal Volcano emitted steam or smoke on Wednesday evening. Phivolcs said that the smoke was from 200 meters to 300 meters high. This is classified as moderate was observed. No ash or lava...

South Korea reports 334 new cases of COVID-19

South Korea reported 334 additional cases of COVID-19 on Thursday bringing the tally to 1,595. The Korea Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (KCDC) said 307 of new cases were in Daegu City, where the religious sect linked to the outbreak is located. As of...

Drug dealer sentenced to 10 year jailtime

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Jan. 28, 20 | 1:03 pm

A court in Dubai sentenced an American woman to 10 years in prison after she was caught trying to smuggle nearly 1.9 kg of cocaine into the country.

Customs authorities at Dubai’s airport decided to search the woman’s bags after they were tipped off that the woman was carrying illegal stuff.

RELATED STORY: Dubai tourist gets 10 years of imprisonment for possessing, smuggling illegal drugs

Newspapers said customs men found the cocaine concealed in the metal handles of the woman’s bags and that she had brought the stuff from an African country.

The report said the court also fined the woman Dh50,000 and ordered her deportation from the country.

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LBC Unli Air is Back!

LBC Unli Air is Back!

Now is the time to give a little extra! Load all you can in an LBC Junior Box for a flat rate of Dh350 for sending anywhere in the Philippines, delivered in 7 days or less. Sending love in the form of gifts to family back home doesn’t have to be only once a year....

Exciting World Food Festival events this weekend across LuLu stores

Exciting World Food Festival events this weekend across LuLu stores

Filipinos will soon witness a delicious and extravagant food fiesta as LuLu continues its string of events for its World Food Festival across the UAE. Happening this weekend, from February 28 to 29, will be their ‘Pagkaing Pinoy’ which will feature different chefs...

Antarctica remains as last continent without coronavirus cade

Antarctica remains as last continent without coronavirus cade

Antarctica remains as the only continent on Earth without the coronavirus disease- after Brazil confirms its first case of coronavirus on Wednesday. Brazilian health officials said that a 61-year-old Sao Paulo man who traveled to Italy has tested positive for the...

Taal Volcano emits smoke, Alert Level 2 remains

Taal Volcano emits smoke, Alert Level 2 remains

The Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Philvolcs) confirmed that Taal Volcano emitted steam or smoke on Wednesday evening. Phivolcs said that the smoke was from 200 meters to 300 meters high. This is classified as moderate was observed. No ash or lava...

South Korea reports 334 new cases of COVID-19

South Korea reports 334 new cases of COVID-19

South Korea reported 334 additional cases of COVID-19 on Thursday bringing the tally to 1,595. The Korea Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (KCDC) said 307 of new cases were in Daegu City, where the religious sect linked to the outbreak is located. As of...

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