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Facebook unveils new company logo

Facebook unveils new company logo

Facebook Inc. has announced on Monday that a new logo was launched so the company can be distringuished from its apps. The new logo features plain capital letters, rather than the blue “f” that has been associated with the company. “Today, we’re updating our company...

Japanese firm confiscates Filipina’s passport

Japanese firm confiscates Filipina’s passport

A Japanese legal firm has taken hold of a Filipino woman’s passport and has refused to return the document, Kyodo News reported. The Yokohama-based company says that under an employment contract signed earlier this year, she is prevented from seeking a new job or...

Pirates abduct 9 Pinoy sailors in Benin

Pirates abduct 9 Pinoy sailors in Benin

At least nine Filipino sailors waiting in the harbor of the port of Cotonou in Benin were abducted by suspected pirates on Saturday, Nov. 2, Agence France Presse reported. A ship called Bonita was attacked about nine miles off the entrance to the port and eight crew...

Pasig City to donate P14M aid to Mindanao quake victims

Pasig City to donate P14M aid to Mindanao quake victims

Pasig City is donating P14 million to the seven municipalities and cities in Davao del Sur and North Cotabato that were affected by the recent earthquake. In a Facebook post on Monday evening, Mayor Vico Sotto announced their donation that will be approved in today's...

Woman in Fujairah accused of sending abusive texts

Woman in Fujairah accused of sending abusive texts

An Arab woman is on trial in Fujairah on charges of sending offending texts to another Arab woman, a charge she denied in court. When the judge asked the woman if she sent those messages, she replied that she was falsely accused. But the judge told her that she...

538 school buses in Dubai found to be violating rules

538 school buses in Dubai found to be violating rules

Raids conducted by Dubai's Roads and Transport Authority to ensure school buses are complying with its regulations have shown that 538 buses were violating those rules and most of them serve schools which have repeatedly been rebuked. RTA said its inspectors carried...

Duterte, family shop in Tokyo

President Rodrigo Duterte and his family didn't miss the opportunity to take a shopping trip in Tokyo. While in Japan for Duterte's a four-day working visit, the first family has visited gadget and clothes store in the city. They visited clothing store Uniqlo and an...

Philippines says goodbye to Canada’s garbage

Six years after it discovered tons of wastes dumped in the country's ports, the Philippines has bid goodbye to the Canadian waste. Sixty-nine container vans were loaded onto M/V Bavaria starting Thursday evening and ended at about 3 a.m. on Friday, according to...

Toyota unleashes the new Supra

Toyota Motor Corp. has announced the launch of the new Supra. Requests for sales appointments for the 24 Matte Storm Gray Metallic Supra RZ scheduled for production this fiscal year will be accepted online only for approximately one month from 1:00 p.m. on Friday, May...

For shortage of workers, UK looks to migrants

Britain will be reviewing its immigrant system as it faces a shortage of workers, particularly archaeologists, architects, veterinarians, and web developers, according to a Reuters report. The proposal was raised after government figures showed a decline in...

Father of Pinay in Snowden case seeks asylum in Canada

The father of a Filipino girl who was granted asylum in Canada together with her mother for the shelter provided to fugitive former US National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden is seeking asylum, according to the report of Agence France-Presse. Supun...

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