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Lacson says Sinas should face punishment for mañanita controversy

Lacson says Sinas should face punishment for mañanita controversy

Senator Panfilo Lacson expressed that NCRPO Chief Debold Sinas should face punishment for the mañanita controversy even as President Rodrigo Duterte has already vouched for Metro Manila's top cop to stay in his position. Lacson, who formerly served as chief of the...

Etisalat CEO resigns, Hatem Dowidar announced as interim CEO

Etisalat CEO resigns, Hatem Dowidar announced as interim CEO

(WAM) -- Etisalat Group announced on Wednesday the resignation of Saleh Al Abdooli as the group's Chief Executive Officer. In a statement, Etisalat Group cited "personal reasons" for Al Abdooli's resignation, adding that the board of directors had accepted the...

Europe plans to reopen borders to tourists by June

The European Commission announced that it is planning to reboot tourism in the region by mid-June. The executive branch of the European Union (EU) said that it has already unveiled guidelines on how to gradually resume travel for this year, noting that “as soon as the...

Reopening tourism: Iceland to accept tourists by mid-June

Iceland will start accepting international tourists by June 15, provided that they may undergo COVID-19 tests, quarantine, and be required to download their tracing app. In a statement, the government said it aims to ease restrictions on international arrivals by...

Senior citizens not under house arrest in PH – officials

PH government officials stated that senior citizens or those from 60 are not under any house arrest and will be allowed to leave their homes to purchase essentials or if they wish to seek government aid during the COVID-19 pandemic. Presidential Spokesperson Secretary...

US-Canada border remains closed until June 21

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has ordered the extension of the border closure between US and Canada in a mutual agreement between the two countries that will be in place until June 21. This means that all non-essential travel will be barred from crossing...

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More entries, more chances of winning!

More entries, more chances of winning!

Brands have noted the recent trend of many Filipinos winning raffles in the UAE. One of the biggest factors is the active participation of the community in purchasing raffle tickets or buying products to earn chances of winning instant prizes. Antonio Plasabas, a...

Heart talk: Don’t make it complicated

Heart talk: Don’t make it complicated

Philippine officials and health experts in the UAE advised overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) to take good care of their hearts not because February is the season of love, but due to the high number of reported cases of cardiovascular-related deaths. Heart diseases are...

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