The Philippine embassy in Libya is coordinating with the employer of a Filipino construction worker beheaded in Benghazi for the immediate repatriation of his remains, the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) said yesterday.
Sen. Jinggoy Estrada, wearing an orange ribbon pinned to his barong yesterday when he attended a bail hearing at the Sandiganbayan where he is facing plunder and graft charges, is not in favor of impeaching President Aquino.
Typhoon Henry (international name Matmo) continued to move away from the country yesterday but it still enhanced the southwest monsoon which will dump rains over most parts of Luzon until Friday, the state weather bureau said.
Bowing to international pressure, pro-Moscow separatists released a train packed with bodies and handed over the black boxes from the downed Malaysia Airlines plane, four days after it plunged into rebel-held eastern Ukraine.
Government service can burn you out, unless you’re maintaining a certain lifestyle by skimming billions in people’s money. With the daang matuwid administration entering its fifth year, some members of President Aquino’s official family reportedly want to leave government.
Department of Energy Secretary “ikot” Petilla has been spending a lot of energy telling us we’re about to go back into the dark ages unless he convinces the President to declare a National State of Emergency.
To say that last week was surreal would be a bit of an understatement. We encountered a series of unfortunate disasters, both acts of God and man-made, which left us stunned, confused, and in the dark — both literally and figuratively.
Shit didn’t hit the ceiling, but unadulterated raw poo is flowing into the street where cars going to NAIA 1 are inspected by security guards near the departure area. Of course departing passengers can smell that mess.
Fibr All-Stars coach John Lucas isn’t just a basketball expert and skills development specialist. He’s a life-changer. Lucas stands proudly as an example of a former drug and alcohol addict who turned his life around to prove there is hope for the hopeless.