Regular classes to resume Friday in FEU Manila after bomb scare
MANILA, Philippines—After canceling classes at Far Eastern University in Manila and FEU East Asia on Thursday due to a bomb threat, regular classes and operations will resume on Friday, August 1.
“As of 2:30 p.m. today (Thursday), the Explosives and Ordnance Division of Manila has declared the FEU Campus free from any bomb threats. Regular classes and operations will resume tomorrow (Friday),” the FEU said in a statement.
Students and employees evacuated both campuses in Manila on Thursday due to the bomb scare.
“FEU takes seriously its responsibility to ensure the safety and security of its students and employees,” FEU said.
The school reportedly received the bomb through a text message.
Members of the Manila Police District bomb squad conducted the search for the alleged bomb. FEU did not say whether a bomb was found.
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