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Emirati teenager drowns off Fujairah sea

Emirati teenager drowns off Fujairah sea

A 17-year-old Emirati drowned off Fujairah while swimming in calm seas on Sunday evening despite attempts by his elder bother to rescue him. The boy was swimming with his brothers when he suddenly screamed for help, prompting his elder brother to rush and try to pull...

Multiple PH flights to Hong Kong cancelled due to massive protests

Multiple PH flights to Hong Kong cancelled due to massive protests

At least 17 flights bound for Hong Kong are cancelled due to raging protests in the country against China. Manila International Airport Authority has announced the cancellation of the following flights: Cathay Pacific CX907 Hong Kong — Manila CX906 Manila — Hong Kong...

POEA suspends new-hire applications to Sudan due to security

POEA suspends new-hire applications to Sudan due to security

The Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) halted the applications of all new hires bound for Sudan amid rising concerns on security in the area. The suspension will also involve seafarers with ships taking a route to Sudan. The POEA said the decisions...

Ohio mass shooting kills nine, hurt 26

Ohio mass shooting kills nine, hurt 26

LESS than 24 hours after the deadly gun attack in Texas, another mass shooting took place in a popular nightclub district in Dayton, Ohio. Authorities said nine people were killed and 26 were injured in the Sunday dawn shooting in Dayton. The gunman, who has yet to be...

Woman falls to death from 9th floor in Sharjah

A female expat in Al Qasimiya area in Sharjah met her demise when she fell from the ninth floor of a building on Monday, June 18. The woman fell from the balcony of her family apartment on King Abdul Aziz Road around 7 in the morning, reported Gulf News. The police...

UAE announces more visa changes

The UAE Cabinet on Tuesday, June 19, approved the resolution that seeks to allow widows, divorced women, and their children to apply for one-year visa extension from the day of the death of the spouse or the date of the divorce. The decision was made to help widows...

Ombudsman indicts former president Aquino, Abad over DAP

Ombudsman Conchita Carpio Morales on Wednesday, June 20, has indicted former president Benigno “Noynoy” Aquino III and former budget secretary Butch Abad over the P72-billion Disbursement Acceleration Program (DAP) controversy. In a statement, the Office of the...

Shades of Pink Society holds oath-taking ceremony

The Shades of Pink Society in Abu Dhabi held an oath taking ceremony for their current batch of officers. The oath taking was led by Chargé d’affaires Rowena Pangilinan-Daquipil. In attendance as well were Labor Attache Atty. Ophelia Almenario, Cultural Officer and...

OFW sells camote amid swirling sandstorm

Many overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) would go out of their way to earn some extra cash. Some families in the Philippines, however, fail to recognize and value their hard-earned money. An OFW in Sulaymaniyah in Iraqi Kurdistan shared her encounter with a...

Waitress in Sharjah commits suicide after losing job

A 25-year-old woman who used to work as a waitress at a hotel in Sharjah took her own life after she lost her job. The Moroccan woman hanged herself from the ceiling of her boyfriend's apartment in Abu Shagara, reported Khaleej Times. The woman suffered from severe...

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