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Sharjah Police nabs CCTV hacker who spied on a family

Sharjah Police nabs CCTV hacker who spied on a family

A 35-year old Arab national got caught red-handed by Sharjah Police for spying on a family through a CCTV system that he hacked. Sharjah Police managed to track the accused through their digital investigation department, headed by Lt. Col. Abdull Aziz Al Jarwan. The...

Dubai launches ‘Youth Council’ to empower young Emirati talent

Dubai launches ‘Youth Council’ to empower young Emirati talent

Dubai Government Workshop, DGW, has revealed the creation of a Dubai Government Workshop Youth Council, an initiative aimed towards developing the role of youth and encouraging them to pursue the path to excellence, creativity and innovation. The move falls in line...

Malaysian national arrested at NAIA for using fake PH passport

Malaysian national arrested at NAIA for using fake PH passport

A Malaysian man was arrested at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) for attempting to leave the country using a fake Philippine passport. In a statement, citing a report by Grifton Medina, port operations chief of the Bureau of Immigration (BI), Immigration...

Man arrested for selling stolen phone to original owner

Man arrested for selling stolen phone to original owner

A man in Calamba, Laguna was arrested for unintentionally selling the phone he stole to its original owner. According to the victim’s daughter, her mother was walking along a road when her phone was snatched by the suspect identified as Richardson Garcia, reported GMA...

Airport similar to Singapore’s Changi might soon rise in PH

Airport similar to Singapore’s Changi might soon rise in PH

A subsidiary of Changi Airports International will be one of the companies that will fit out the soon-to-rise terminal expected to be completed by 2020 at the Clark International Airport. Owing to the reputation of Singapore Changi International Airport as the world's...

Filipino student drowns in New Zealand

A Filipino student died after he drowned at Whangarei Falls in Northland, New Zealand, the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) announced. The student, identified as 26-year-old Kent Espinosa, was swimming with his friends during the incident. Espinosa was on his...

Man arrested for stabbing wife to death in Abu Dhabi

A man in Abu Dhabi was arrested for stabbing his wife to death, the Abu Dhabi Police announced on Tuesday, January 15. The Directorate of Criminal Investigations said that initial investigations were conducted and the man was arrested following the crime. The case has...

Massive discounts, free items at Dubai Shopping Festival

Shoppers in Dubai will be treated to massive discounts and free items as a part of Dubai Shopping Festival (DSF). On Wednesdays starting January 16, different shops in The Dubai Mall will be offering discounts and will be giving away different free items such as...

DFA orders probe into death of OFW couple in Maldives

The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) instructed the honorary consul in the Maldives to coordinate with the authorities there in the investigation of the death of the overseas Filipino (OFW) couple who drowned to their death while on their honeymoon. Foreign Affairs...

Birth Certificates not required for Passport Renewal – DFA

The Department of Foreign Affairs has released a department order clarifying the document requirements needed for the renewal of regular passports following the incident where an ex-DFA passport maker took off with applicants’ data. The event caused quite a stir among...

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UAE remains among top sources of OFW remittances in 2018

UAE remains among top sources of OFW remittances in 2018

With the United Arab Emirates among the top sources, the total amount of personal remittances sent to the Philippines by overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) reached $29.1 billion in the first 11 months of 2018, newly released data from the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas...

UAE Churches begin registration process for Papal Mass attendance

UAE Churches begin registration process for Papal Mass attendance

Filipinos around the UAE are heavily anticipating the arrival of the Pope for the upcoming Papal Visit happening for the first time in the UAE this coming February 3-5. The visit brings the beginning of the UAE’s Year of Tolerance in a high note as the country will...

MIAA installs new baggage monitors

MIAA installs new baggage monitors

The Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) has boosted transparency and security at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) with the installation of monitors at the baggage carousels in Terminals 1, 2, 3 and 4. Passengers waiting for their baggage at the...

DOLE limits OFW deployment to Middle East by 10%

DOLE limits OFW deployment to Middle East by 10%

The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) issued an order to limit the deployment of overseas Filipino workers (OFW), particularly domestic workers, to the Middle East by 10 percent. Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III issued the order in December, as per...

PH Azkals exhibit stronger defense amidst loss over China PR

PH Azkals exhibit stronger defense amidst loss over China PR

The Philippine Azkals ended their second match in the group stage of their debut in the AFC Asian Cup with a defeat, 3-0, against the heavily favored China PR. The Philippines and the China heated up Mohammed Bin Zayed Stadium with almost equivalent ball possessions...

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