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INQToday: Filipino seafarer aboard MV Tutor missing, says DMW chief

/ 07:12 PM June 14, 2024

Filipino seafarer aboard MV Tutor missing, says DMW chief

One of the 22 Filipino seafarers on board the MV Tutor vessel is missing, according to the Department of Migrant Workers.

Kuwaiti authorities make arrests over deadly fire that killed Filipinos

Kuwaiti authorities say three people had been detained for suspected manslaughter over a building fire that killed 50 foreign workers including three Filipinos.


PNP: Charges filed vs 6 Quiboloy followers over alleged assault

Charges have been filed against six members of Apollo Quiboloy’s Kingdom of Jesus Christ after their alleged attempt to attack authorities, according to Davao police.


⁠LGUs pressed to pass ordinance banning Pogo

 Senator Sherwin Gatchalian is urging local government units to pass an ordinance banning Philippine offshore gaming operators within their jurisdictions.

Comelec chief wants online publication COCs, CONAs

Commission on Elections chairman George Erwin Garcia is recommending the publication of Certificates of Candidacies and Certificates of Nomination and Acceptance on the poll body’s website.

Marcos urged to certify SOGIE bill as urgent

Several groups are urging President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. to certify the Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity, Gender Expression, or Sex Characteristics bill as urgent.

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