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UAE Food Bank opens in Al Bada

UAE Food Bank opens in Al Bada

The Easa Saleh Al Gurg Charity Foundation launched the second UAE Food Bank at Al Bada near the Canadian University yesterday Oct. 16. Under the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Global Initiatives (MBRGI), the project partnered with four charity organizations and 13...

Petrol station explosion hero in Saudi loses family to fire

Petrol station explosion hero in Saudi loses family to fire

‘Saudi hero’ Sultan bin Huzaim al Rajbani, who rescued about 50 people from a fire incident in a petrol station, lost his family to a house fire a couple of days after his heroic act. On Oct. 15, less than a week after he was hailed a hero, his mother, two siblings...

Man arrested for groping Filipina workmate in Dubai

Man arrested for groping Filipina workmate in Dubai

An Indian accountant appeared before the Dubai Court of First Instance on Monday, October 15, for allegedly molesting a co-worker in his office, according to Khaleej Times report. The man, 33, faces molestation charges after a Filipina accused him of touching her...

Asian man gets 6 months in jail for filming another man in shower

Asian man gets 6 months in jail for filming another man in shower

The Court of First Instance sentenced a 21-year-old expat with six months of imprisonment for secretly filming another man while he was taking a shower and blackmailed the victim into engaging in a sexual relationship with him, Khaleej Times reported. The Court found...

BREAKING: Duterte declares Marawi City free from Maute group

BREAKING: Duterte declares Marawi City free from Maute group

After the death of Marawi siege leaders Isnilon Hapilon and Omar Maute, President Rodrigo Duterte declared Marawi City free from the Maute terrorist group. “Ladies and gentlemen, I hereby declare Marawi City liberated from the terrorists,” The Philippine Star quoted...

Get your car windows tinted and pay Dh1,500 fine

Get your car windows tinted and pay Dh1,500 fine

The Abu Dhabi Police has launched a year-long campaign to raise awareness about different federal traffic laws among motorists to lessen road violations. In their official Instagram account, the Abu Dhabi Police posted informative ads about traffic rules and the...

Hillary Clinton seeks support of Fil-Am voters

CALIFORNIA: Hundreds of Asian American and Pacific Islanders (AAPIs), including elected officials and busloads of Filipino-Americans from across California and Nevada, have rallies their support behind Democratic presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton, media reports...

Filipinos urged to respect Saudi Arabia’s laws

RIYADH: The Riyadh-based Filipino Expatriates Council (FEC) for Justice Peace and Order has called on Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) to be vigilant and respect the laws of the country while enjoying the hospitality of the Kingdom, media reports said. The call was...

Little Manila comes to Satwa, Abu Dhabi

DUBAI: As a follow-up to an overwhelming response to Little Manila, the first authentic Filipino-themed restaurant in the region, Al Ahli Group is now bringing the well-received concept to Satwa and Abu Dhabi. The inaugural branch of Little Manila in Muraqqabat Deira...

Work on PhP8M send-off lounge at NAIA to start next month

MANILA: The construction of the PhP8-million passenger send-off area at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) Terminal 1 may start in February with the Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) bids and awards committee (BAC) completing the initial bidding...

Qatar grants clemency to 10 Pinoys

DOHA: The Qatar government had granted clemency to at least 10 Filipinos during its national day last December 18, the Philippine Department of Foreign Affairs has announced. Citing information from the Philippine Embassy in Doha, DFA was quoted as saying by Press...

First Filipina set to land on Mars in 2026

MANILA: Jaymee del Rosario, 28, may become the first Filipino to reach Mars in 2026 as the chief executive officer of International Metal Source in the United States is up to the challenge. Del Rosario, speaking at the weekly Pandesal Forum at the Kamuning Bakery Cafe...

Online processing of OFW employment certificate made easier

SAN FERNANDO CITY: Microsoft Tulay (Information Technology) Program introduced by Overseas Workers Welfare Administration will make it easier for Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) to process their Overseas Employment Certificate (OEC), media reports said. The OEC is a...

Rentals drop up to 10% in some Dubai areas

DUBAI: Rentals in Dubai’s Karama, Al Barsha and Oud Metha have dropped by up to 10 per cent in 2016, an official rent index has pointed out. Rates for one-bed units in Oud Metha dropped 7.14 per cent, with leases starting at Dh65,000 to Dh80,000 pa. In 2015, leases...

OFWs seek to return from war-torn Saudi border city

Najran, Saudi Arabia: Several overseas Filipino workers (OFW) from Najran, near the southern border of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) that has been recently hit by bombings, have sought help from the government for their repatriation. The area has been under severe...

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