By Tarra Quismundo
The Philippine Embassy in the United States has called on American authorities to investigate the death of a Filipino worker who fell off an oil platform in the Gulf of Mexico a week ago, expressing concern over the safety of Philippine citizens employed in off-shore facilities in the US.
First came the tapping. Over the blasting music, limousine driver Orville Brown heard someone in the backseat knock on the partition behind him, saying something about smoke. No smoking allowed, he told the crowd of partying women, including a newlywed bride from the Philippines.
Police probers are facing a blank wall in their investigation into the death of a Korean man whose decomposing body was found in the water tank of a condominium in Parañaque City.
By Jamie Elona
An American national was found dead inside his home in Pampanga, but police said Wednesday no indication of foul play was noted during investigation.
By Karlos Manlupig
A Filipina who was pregnant with twins died while undergoing Cesarean delivery in Sabah on Monday, the provincial health officer here said.
The mortician famous for putting dead dictator Ferdinand Marcos into a glass display case offered his services Friday to the deceased Hugo Chavez, whom Venezuela wants embalmed “like Lenin”.
A Malaysian policeman was killed by “militants” in a region where Filipino followers of a self-claimed sultan are holed up in a deadly standoff with security forces, state media reported Sunday.
Aurora Rep. Sonny Angara, a senatorial candidate of Team PNoy, urged the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) and the Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) to investigate the death of an overseas Filipino worker (OFW) in Kish Island in Iran last month.
By Nico Alconaba
Aurora Representative Juan Edgardo Angara urged the Department of Foreign Affairs and the Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) to investigate the death of an overseas Filipino worker on Kish Island in Iran last month.
The Bureau of Immigration (BI) has sought the help of funeral service operators in keeping track of the death of foreigners in the country and retrieve their alien certificate of registration identity cards (ACR I-Card).
By Tarra Quismundo
He was one “great Filipino,” a brother and an inspiration.
By Jocelyn R. Uy
They loved Father James Reuter for his dedication as a great communicator of the Gospel, his beautiful musical plays and inspiring stage dramas, and mostly for genuinely loving the Philippines and serving its people.