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Two Emirati children die in Fujairah villa fire

Two Emirati children die in Fujairah villa fire

Two children died after a fire broke out in a villa in Fujairah around 10:30 am on Monday. According to Khaleej Times report, the children, aged three and four, died when a fire broke out inside the house in the Madab area in the emirate. The family rushed to the top...

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Miss Universe Pia Wurtzbach to visit Dubai next week

Miss Universe Pia Wurtzbach to visit Dubai next week

Miss Universe 2015 Pia Wurtzbach announced Wednesday her visit to Dubai next week to meet with Filipino communities in the Gulf state. According to her Instagram post, she will have a meet-and-greet session with Filipino fans on March 14 from 6 to 8pm at The Watch...

The perfect scent to spice up your relationship

The perfect scent to spice up your relationship

If you are looking for something to attract and keep your man, then Dream Love 1000 is the answer. This perfume with its core fragrance oil concentrate from England has a distinctive ingredient that ignites intimacy in a relationship. It is proven effective by many...

‘Sniper!’ Huli ka balbon!!

‘Sniper!’ Huli ka balbon!!

'Sniper' or the definition it has taken in the accommodations to mean someone who takes things and food without being offered, has a loose etymology. One could only surmise it takes its roots from the way a real sniper operates: covertly. DUBAI: “He came like a thief...

Filipino doctor realizes this man is not just a random stranger

Filipino doctor realizes this man is not just a random stranger

A doctor in Manila inspired many netizens after sharing his encounter with a pedicab driver who he thought was just a random stranger. Dr. Jimmy Dumlao was walking along Intramuros when the “padyak” driver stopped in front of him. "Excuse me po, Sir," the man told the...

16-year-old OFW narrowly escapes death after recruiter starved her

16-year-old OFW narrowly escapes death after recruiter starved her

A 16-year-old overseas Filipina worker (OFW) in Saudi Arabia narrowly escaped death when his recruitment agency in Saudi Arabia allegedly starved her after she left her employer who sexually harassed her. The Filipina named Sarapia Alim was abused by her employer’s...

Abu Sayyaf Group next on Duterte’s hit list

Davao City: After training his guns on drug lords, President-elect Rodrigo Duterte has now vowed to wipe out terror group Abu Sayyaf. Speaking before businessmen in Davao City, Duterte was quoted as saying by CNN Philippines, he just needs time to dismantle the group....

Dubai court gives leeway to delinquent property investors

DUBAI: A judgment by the Dubai Court of Cassation has cleared way for a property purchaser whose sale and purchase agreement was terminated for non-payment and the property is re-sold by the developer without a court order, to file a claim to recover the amounts paid....

29 illegally trafficked Filipinas rescued in Malaysia

Manila: Around 29 Filipinas, who were illegally trafficked and forced to work in two bars in Sarawak, Malaysia, have been rescued, according to the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA). The women were victims of a human trafficking syndicate and were brought to the...

Saudi national drops charges after accused embraced Islam

JEDDAH: A Saudi national has dropped all the charges against his Filipino maid who is currently lodged in the detention center as she expressed her desire to embrace Islam. The woman, Catrina, has been accused of defaming Turki Al-Jesh on social media networks, Google...

PH Police kill more drug dealers to impress new chief

Manila: The Philippine Police have killed 11 suspected drug dealers over the weekend, raising the number of such deaths following the election of Rodrigo Duterte as President, nicknamed "the punisher" for his vow to take crime by the horns. Duterte romped home to...

Woman accused of abusing OFW escapes jail term

LONDON: The woman, who tied up her family maid after offering to pay her to have sex with her husband, has escaped a prison term. Dina Matiass, 35, promised to pay 36 year-old Niressa De-Vincente, £200 (PhP13,605) to sleep with her rich husband in a bid to frame him...

Red Table: It’s in the freshness

Our mission to dig up new good eats in Dubai this time takes us to exploring the busy district of Al Satwa. The busy place is never short of delightful few finds thanks to the influx of expats from all over the world. One such is a Pinoy buffet place that’s one for...

World Bank: Jobs fail to lift Filipinos out of poverty

MANILA: Filipinos continue to suffer from poverty despite being employed, a new study by the World Bank, Labor Market Review: Employment and Poverty in the Philippines, has revealed. “This new report shows that contrary to some perceptions, economic growth in the last...

Order a ‘bilao’ of your choice for the next barkada night

We may be thousands of miles away from home but we bring with us that “party culture” that is uniquely Filipino. Remember the pansit houses back home, like Amber’s, which you can call to place your order for one large “bilao” of pansit? Or perhaps a “bilao” of...

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