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PNP says  ‘abduction stories’ online mostly ‘fake’ 

The Philippine National Police has downplayed cases of abduction being reported on social media, which also include harvest of organs, as fake news. PNP Spokesperson Brig. Gen. Bernard Banac cited the kidnapping case in Bulacan as one of those false reports. “We also...

Emirates does a dramatic touchdown amid strong crosswinds

A stunning spectacle of Emirate Airbus A380 aircraft’s landing at Manchester Airport was seen while braving the crosswinds caused by Storm Atiyah. Strong winds of up to 43 mph were recorded at the airport. The pilot of the passenger plane assured they made a safe...

Woman gets lost for 12 hours in Dubai airport

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Sep. 05, 18 | 9:26 am

She was on her way to the United States from South Africa through a connecting flight in Dubai.

She was supposed to fly to Seattle but did not know how to speak English. The woman also had a high blood pressure and did not have money with her.

The Dubai Police had received a call from the woman’s daughter, informing them that they had lost contact with her mother.

After the airport staff were distributed with her photo, they found her in a restaurant in the Concourse A building 3.

Brigadier Mohammed Bin Dylan Al Mazrouei, Acting Director General of Dubai Airport Security, said they transferred her to the clinic to check on her health and provided her with food and drinks. It was later found out that the woman skipped the boarding gate.

The mother and daughter are thankful for the good treatment they received from the airport officers, Dubai Police, Civil Aviation and Emirates Airlines, reported Gulf Today.

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PNP says  ‘abduction stories’ online mostly ‘fake’ 

PNP says  ‘abduction stories’ online mostly ‘fake’ 

The Philippine National Police has downplayed cases of abduction being reported on social media, which also include harvest of organs, as fake news. PNP Spokesperson Brig. Gen. Bernard Banac cited the kidnapping case in Bulacan as one of those false reports. “We also...

Emirates does a dramatic touchdown amid strong crosswinds

Emirates does a dramatic touchdown amid strong crosswinds

A stunning spectacle of Emirate Airbus A380 aircraft’s landing at Manchester Airport was seen while braving the crosswinds caused by Storm Atiyah. Strong winds of up to 43 mph were recorded at the airport. The pilot of the passenger plane assured they made a safe...

Duterte warns military may take over water services

Duterte warns military may take over water services

President Rodrigo Duterte yesterday indicated that the military may have to lead operations of water services in Metro Manila over his continuing frustrations about concession agreements with Maynilad and Manila Water. “Last night, I was talking to the PSG, sinabi ko...

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