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- Public schools in Saudi Arabia going biometric to thwart class cutting Will public schools in the Philippines eventually adopt something like this?
- How some Pinoys abroad observe Holy Week Every year, millions of Filipinos flock to Catholic churches in the Philippines during the Holy Week, participating in the Way of the Cross, Good Friday Veneration of the Cross, and other religious rites. But what about Filipino Catholics abroad? Do they still get to participate in religious rites i …
- Second Pinoy appointed US university president The St. John’s University board of trustees has named Conrado M. Gempesaw, Ph.D., provost and executive vice president for academic affairs at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, as St. John’s 17th president.
- ‘Queer’ Pinay honored in NY for LGBT activism Irma Bajar, a self-described queer, was a recent recipient of a Stonewall Community Foundation award named in memory of the 1969 Greenwich Village riots that paved the way for the advent of the gay rights movement.
- PHL eyes labor pact with Morocco to protect OFWs The Philippines is considering forging a bilateral labor agreement with Morocco to protect the welfare and rights of Filipino migrant workers there amid reports of abuses, according to the Philippine Embassy in Libya, which has concurrent jurisdiction over the African nation.
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- Japan, US to back ASEAN's sea surveillance: report TOKYO – Japan and the United States will pledge to jointly help Southeast Asian nations boost their marine surveillance capabilities, a newspaper said Saturday, as tensions over territorial disputes in the region simmer.
- Philippines boosts MERS monitoring after UAE nurse scare MANILA – The Philippines said Saturday it was stepping up its defences against the deadly MERS virus, with the large numbers of Filipino workers in the Middle East seen as potential carriers.
- DOH: Etihad Airways passengers should still be tested for MERS-COV MANILA – More than 200 passengers who flew with the Filipino nurse from the United Arab Emirates (UAE), then a suspected carrier of the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome-Corona Virus (MERS-CoV), are still being urged to undergo medical tests by the Department of Health (DOH).
- DOH chief: MERS-CoV tests are free The Department of Health (DOH) continues to call on overseas Filipino workers (OFW) from the Middle East to still undergo medical tests for Middle East Respiratory Syndrome-Corona Virus (MERS-CoV) infection, especially if they are experiencing the virus’ symptoms.
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