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Jun 02 19, 11:39 am

Religious tolerance begets love via serendipity

DUBAI: Thanks to UAE’s religious tolerance, Dubai now has married couples whose beginnings go back to cool December evenings at St. Mary’s Church where they attended Simbang Gabi and serendipity put sparkles in their eyes. This, according to Emolyn “Tita Ems” Bucsit,...

Giant IKEA store in Dubai to open this December

Swedish Furniture giant IKEA will open its second store in Dubai on December 18, 2019. The new superstore will have an area of 35,000 square meters including a 5,000 square meters training area for IKEA employees. The IKEA in Dubai South will house 120 shops, 40 cafes...

PDEA Chief Aquino says drug war better off without Robredo

Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency Director General Aaron Aquino revealed that the war against drugs will be better after Vice President Leni Robredo left her post. Robredo was fired as co-chair of the Inter-Agency Committee on Anti-Illegal Drugs or ICAD. She was...

Emirates urges passengers to arrive 3 hours before flight on Eid due to passenger influx

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Jun. 02, 19 | 11:39 am

Emirates Airlines has reminded their passengers who will be flying out of the country this coming Eid Al Fitr holidays to be at the airport at least three hours before departure as thousands of passengers are expected to pass through Terminal 3.

The airlines said that the coming holidays will be one of their busiest days of the year as over 80,000 passengers are anticipated to come to Emirates Terminal 3.

The traffic is going to continue until Monday with over 309,000 passengers travelling from Dubai.

To avoid problems during departure, Emirates urged their passengers to check-in online 24 hours before their flights.

Eid Al Fitr holidays in the UAE will begin on June 3.

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Religious tolerance begets love via serendipity

Religious tolerance begets love via serendipity

DUBAI: Thanks to UAE’s religious tolerance, Dubai now has married couples whose beginnings go back to cool December evenings at St. Mary’s Church where they attended Simbang Gabi and serendipity put sparkles in their eyes. This, according to Emolyn “Tita Ems” Bucsit,...

Gone too soon: Young Filipino personalities who died in 2019

Gone too soon: Young Filipino personalities who died in 2019

Being in the limelight makes one larger than life. People look up to you, wants every piece of you. And when that light is extinguished without warning, especially when a celebrity is so established and revered by both fans peers, it's downright shocking. Keep reading...

Giant IKEA store in Dubai to open this December

Giant IKEA store in Dubai to open this December

Swedish Furniture giant IKEA will open its second store in Dubai on December 18, 2019. The new superstore will have an area of 35,000 square meters including a 5,000 square meters training area for IKEA employees. The IKEA in Dubai South will house 120 shops, 40 cafes...

Broadcast journalist Cesar Apolinario passes away

Broadcast journalist Cesar Apolinario passes away

GMA news reporter and film director Cesar Apolinario has passed away this Friday morning, December 13. He was 46. His friends and colleagues expressed their condolences for the sudden departure of the well-known reporter. "Rest in PEACE, mentor and colleague...

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