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WATCH: UAE authorities urge residents to report blackmailing incidents

WATCH: UAE authorities urge residents to report blackmailing incidents

UAE residents who are being extorted or blackmailed within the country are continuously being urged by authorities to report such incidents. In a video posted at the official Instagram account of Sharjah Police, officials have explained that people should not follow...

Comedian collapses, dies on stage in Dubai

Comedian collapses, dies on stage in Dubai

Even before an Indian comedian has delivered his best punch lines, he collapsed on stage on Friday night. As per The National report, the audience thought that his collapse was part of a comedic routine. Little did they know, Manjunath Naidu already had suffered a...

Siargao voted best island in the world

Siargao voted best island in the world

DUBAI: Thinking of where to spend your annual leave? Don’t go far beyond the edge of the world. The best place to be is right home; more accurately, Siargao, that tear-shaped island in the province of Surigao Del Norte, which have just been voted by Conde Nast...

Palawan again makes it to world list

Palawan again makes it to world list

Palawan, a bucket-list destination for overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) on a holiday with loved ones, is again on the top list of must-see vacation spots around the world, having been voted second by the New York-based international magazine, Travel + Leisure. The...

Sharjah among most creative cities in the world

Sharjah has emerged as one of the most creative cities in the world, according to a list released by British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC). In a report, BBC said Sharjah has long been overshadowed by Dubai and Abu Dhabi. But since the city has a creative and...

DFA to Pinoys in Iraq: Stay vigilant after terrorist attacks

The Foreign Affairs Department issued a warning to the Filipino community in Iraq to stay on alert and vigilant after a violent terrorist attack killing three people. "The Embassy [in Baghdad] is asking members of the Filipino community in the region, as well as those...

Mang Inasal House Restaurant and Grill opens Rigga branch

Mang Inasal House Restaurant and Grill last night opened its branch in Al Rigga with much fanfare, rolling our their authentic grilled chicken that Pinoys have grown to love back home with 20% discount and giving away raffle prizes to eager customers. Ashraf Tarouty,...

Filipina nurse accused of submitting fake diploma

A Filipina nurse was advised to stop reporting for her work after authorities in Saudi Arabia found out that she allegedly submitted a fake document to the Ministry of Health. Felirose Lavinia Arnesto said the problem started when a verification group committed a...

OFW who slept with girlfriend ordered to go home

An Overseas Filipino Worker (OFW) has been repatriated back home from after accommodating his girlfriend in their headquarters in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. The man made his girlfriend wear the company's uniform in order to be unnoticed and sneaked into their headquarters....

LOOK: Isko, Vico meet in fun run event

After gaining popularity since they won the elections, Manila Mayor Isko Moreno and Pasig City Mayor Vico Sotto finally got the chance to meet in a fun run event. In a photo posted by Manila Public Information Office, Moreno and Sotto were seen together on the...

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Overseas absentee voting for Filipinos begins

Overseas absentee voting for Filipinos begins

DUBAI: Registered overseas Filipino voters start trooping to the Philippine Embassy and Consulate on April 13 as they cast their votes in the Philippines' midterm election where 12 Senate seats and one in the lower house are at stake. This as Ambassador Hjayceelyn...

‘Go out and vote’ — PH officials urge OFWs

‘Go out and vote’ — PH officials urge OFWs

DUBAI: It’s all systems go for the Philippine Embassy and Consulate as polling stations open at 8am on Saturday, April 13, in what will be the start of a 29-day electoral exercise of some 361,265 registered overseas Filipino voters in the UAE, who will be making their...

New policy on sponsoring relatives

New policy on sponsoring relatives

DUBAI: The Filipino community in the UAE has welcomed the host government’s move to approve a measure requiring expats bringing their family members to the country to show proof of income instead of profession as has been the practice. Though an income bracket has yet...

30 undocumented Dubai-bound Filipinos intercepted at NAIA

30 undocumented Dubai-bound Filipinos intercepted at NAIA

Thirty undocumented Dubai-bound Filipinos were not allowed by Immigration officials at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport to leave the country on Friday, March 29. The Bureau of Immigration (BI) said the workers, 18 women and 12 men, claimed that they would only...

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