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Two workers dead at Sogo building collapse

Two workers dead at Sogo building collapse

Two workers died after being trapped in a collapsed portion of Sogo hotel in Malate, Manila this morning. The two fatalities were identified as Melo Ison and Jeromie Fabello. They were among 22 workers in a demolition operation in the area. First to be retieved was...

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Swindler asks to be acquitted following not-guilty plea

Swindler asks to be acquitted following not-guilty plea

An Asian company employee who swindled Dh3,000 from his firm in Abu Dhabi pleaded not guilty and asked to be acquitted during court hearings. A court of first instance had sentenced him to three months in prison, and the verdict was upheld by a court of appeals. The...

Public servant jailed, to be deported for accepting bribe

Public servant jailed, to be deported for accepting bribe

Abu Dhabi’s court of cassation sentenced an expatriate public servant to one year in prison and ordered his deportation from the country after he was found guilty of accepting a bribe, newspapers said on Sunday. The court of first instance had sentenced the unnamed...

UAE leaders congratulate King Salman on Saudi Nat’l Day

UAE leaders congratulate King Salman on Saudi Nat’l Day

President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, and His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy...

New Abu Dhabi police cameras are just for testing

New Abu Dhabi police cameras are just for testing

Abu Dhabi Police have assured drivers that new sophisticated cameras deployed on the emirate’s roads recently are only for testing. A police spokesman told the official daily Emarat Al Youm that the cameras are of various types and that they are being tested for...

1.9 million expats leave Saudi Arabia in two years

Nearly 1.9 million foreigners, mostly Asians, have left Saudi Arabia over the past two years as a result of a government campaign to reduce reliance on expatriates and create jobs for Saudis within its Vision 2030 development plan. In the second quarter of this year,...

Pinoy married couple dead in murder-suicide in Hawaii

A Filipino husband and wife were confirmed dead by the Honolulu emergency medical services in a case of possible murder-suicide on Thursday.    Authorities are still identifying the couple and who among them pulled the trigger.    Police say that they received calls...

Indonesia wants to ban sex outside marriage

Indonesian government is facing a backlash after its move to ban sex outside marriage or pre-marital sex.   The government is pushing for an update on its penal code to impose jail terms or steep fines on anyone having consensual sex outside of marriage.    The...

Comatosed OFW from Saudi Arabia gets help

An Overseas Filipino Worker (OFW) in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia fell into a coma for six months gets another help from Senator Bong Go.     Aljohn Andrade was working as a waiter in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, when he was found badly injured and unconscious beside a road on July...

OFW’s daughter dies after drowning in a fishpond

A two-year-old daughter of an Overseas Filipino Worker from Saudi Arabia was declared dead on arrival after she drowned from a fishpond in South Cotabato.  The kid, identified as Shairah Montebon, was playing in the pond when her grandmother forgot about her while...

88 pass Respiratory Therapist Licensure Exam in Middle East

The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) announced that 88 out of 174 successfully hurdled that Respiratory therapist Licensure Examination. The exams were administered by the Board of Respiratory Therapy in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates; Al-Khobar, Jeddah and...

PAGASA denies issuing ‘haze bulletin’ online

Weather bureau PAGASA has denied issuing haze bulletin which is now being circulated on social media.    The ‘Haze Bulletin’ which can be found at the DOST_PAGASA Visayas is not an accredited social media page of the State Weather Bureau.    “The public is advised to...

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