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PH trial court to hear Mary Jane Veloso’s testimony in December

PH trial court to hear Mary Jane Veloso’s testimony in December

A trial court in the Philippines has set the deposition on the case of Pinay overseas Filipino worker (OFW) Mary Jane Veloso, who was convicted of illegal drug trafficking in Indonesia. The schedule was released by the National Union of Peoples’ Lawyers president Edre...

DFA says Asean, China trying their best to meet 2021 sea code deadline

DFA says Asean, China trying their best to meet 2021 sea code deadline

As Southeast Asian nations and China enter the second phase of negotiations for a code of conduct in the disputed South China Sea, a senior Filipino diplomat said both sides remain hopeful it can conclude a deal aimed at reducing tensions in the resource-rich waters...

NDRRMC: 1 dead, 43 hurt in Cotabato quake

NDRRMC: 1 dead, 43 hurt in Cotabato quake

A man has died after a 6.6-magnitude quake struck Cotabato, 13 days after a 6.3-magnitude quake hit the region. The National Disaster Risk Reduction Management Council (NDRRMC) reported that the fatality has been identified as 66-year-old Nestor Narciso. The Council...

Lawmaker proposes special fund for OFW department

Lawmaker proposes special fund for OFW department

A lawmaker from the House of Representatives is lobbying for the creation of a special fund for the proposed Department of Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW). Rizal Representative Fidel Nograles has urged fellow lawmakers to prioritize the source of fund for the proposed...

Top court: Penalty in drug offenses must not be reduced

Top court: Penalty in drug offenses must not be reduced

The UAE’s top court has stressed that courts must not in any way reduce sentences against convicted drug dealers in line with the country’s anti-narcotic laws. The Federal Supreme Court (FSC) made this clear after overturning a sentence issued by a court of appeals...

Defective SD cards stall Bohol proclamation of winners

Bohol province is not yet done with the canvassing of votes because of defective SD cards, officials said, adding that this has also caused the delay of the proclamation of some provincial winners in this province. The canvassing of votes in the municipality of...

OFWs bound for UAE barred at Clark Airport

The Bureau of Immigration barred five undocumented overseas Filipino workers from leaving the Philippines at the Clark International Airport (CIA) in Angeles City, Pampanga. BI port operations chief Grifton Medina said that the five OFWs, all women, were intercepted...

Tsaa Time lands in Dubai

Photo: Tsaa Time owner, Tolaram Vatnani and staff.  DUBAI: The craze for “bubble teas” is gathering steam among Pinoys. Just recently, Tsaa Time opened and testament to just how much Filipinos love the drink was the huge crowd that queued in. Tsaa Time (Bubble Tea)...

Bato: I’m not safe at UP

A day after being elected as senator, former Philippine National Police director-general Ronald “Bato” Dela Rosa said he is willing to attend seminars on law making except at the University of the Philippines, where he is “not safe in that place.” “I will take the...

Senate to investigate VCM glitches – Koko

The Senate will investigate the hundreds of defective vote counting machines (VCMs) on June 3. The joint congressional oversight committee on the automated elections system chaired by reelected Senator Aquilino “Koko” Pimentel III will conduct the probe. The...

Saudi pump stations attacked by armed drones

Two pumping stations of the East-West pipeline in the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia were attacked by drones controlled by terrorists on Tuesday morning, Khalid Al-Falih, Minister of Energy, Industry, and Mineral Resources, reported. The pumping stations carry oil...

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