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Couple arrested for stealing luggage at Dubai airport

Couple arrested for stealing luggage at Dubai airport

An Arab man and his girlfriend were arrested after stealing luggage of other passengers at the Dubai International Airport. The couple was arrested after several reports of missing luggage in the airport which lead to the management to create a team to investigate on...

UAE provides AED18.4 million urgent aid to Syrian refugees in Lebanon

UAE provides AED18.4 million urgent aid to Syrian refugees in Lebanon

The Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan Foundation is donating AED18.4 million (US$5 million) in urgent relief aid to Syrian refugees in Lebanon who are facing harsh winter conditions. The move follows the directives of President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al...

OFW wife tried to save husband before drowning in Maldives

“‘Til death do us part,” a common wedding vow for couples entering a new phase in their lives - marriage. Erika Joyce Lagradilla, a newlywed overseas Filipina worker (OFW) in Saudi proved this after she tried to save her drowning husband while on their honeymoon in...

School bus driver denies molesting young girl in Dubai

A school bus driver in Dubai pleaded not guilty to sexually harassing an 8-year-old girl inside a bus he was driving. The 33-year-old Pakistani driver stood trial before the Dubai Court of First Instance for molestation charges after he allegedly hugged and kissed the...

5 Filipino seafarers missing in Hawaii

Five Filipino seafarers are missing after abandoning their burning cargo vessel off Hawaii two weeks ago, the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) confirmed. According to DFA, the five were among 21 Filipino crew members of the MV Sincerity Ace who abandoned the...

Man sells kidney for iPhone, now bedridden

A man, who almost eight years ago today, sold his right kidney to black market organ harvesters to buy an iPhone 4 and iPad 2, is now bedridden for the rest of his life, relying on regular dialysis after his left kidney failed. Yahoo News, citing Australscope, a media...

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‘Heed the laws of the host country’ – Congen tells OFWs

‘Heed the laws of the host country’ – Congen tells OFWs

Consul General Paul Raymund Cortes said overstaying overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) in the UAE, who have been given another chance to stay in the country through a six-month window of opportunity to look for jobs, should not abuse this kind gesture by the host...

Random police checks are back

Random police checks are back

With the amnesty program over, UAE residents can expect the return of random police checks at major metro stations and roads as part of efforts to crack down on overstayers. These measures, according to the General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs...

World’s longest zipline in Ras Al Khaimah to re-open soon

World’s longest zipline in Ras Al Khaimah to re-open soon

The world-renowned zipline in Jebel Jais Mountain in Ras Al Khaimah is set to re-open soon, weeks after the helicopter crashed in the mountain that took the lives of four people. In a statement, zipline operator ToroVerde Ras Al Khaimah said that the management is...

Korea Republic beats PH Azkals with 1-0

Korea Republic beats PH Azkals with 1-0

DUBAI: Korean national football team defeated the Philippine Azkals in a 1-0 match in the Group C stage of the AFC Asian Cup 2019. Starting the match strong, Azkals showed great defense which prevented the Koreans from scoring. However in the second half, Hwang Ui-jo...

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