The Philippine government is studying the possibility of raising alert level 3 in west Africa due to the continuing threat of the Ebola virus. Said alert level will result into the voluntary repatriation of Philippine citizens in the affected countries.
Stubs for free ride are available until today for the opening of the 40th season of the Philippine Basketball Association which will be held at the Philippine Arena this Sunday. Said stub could be a availed at the terminal of Jam Liner. Follow @EagleNewsPH
After many improvements implemented, NAIA finally moved to the fourth place of the “world’s worst aiports” after three years of being in the first place.
A low pressure area found in Samar will not become a storm but will still bring rains to Metro Manila. PAGASA declared the official start of the “amihan” season.
President Aquino underlined the the vital role of the Philippine Coast Guard, saying that it is among the frontline agencies protecting and defending the country’s waters.
Detained Senator Bong Revilla Jr. admitted today that he had closed several bank accounts at the height of the pork barrel fund scam controversy but maintained that all the money from his bank accounts were legally acquired.
Senator Ramon “Bong” Revilla Jr., attended the Sandiganbayan hearing regarding his bail as well as to hear the report of the Anti-Money Laundering Council.
A joint task force was able to nab 3 kilos of shabu said to have an estimated price of 15 million pesos.
A low pressure area was spotted by the PAGASA but said LPA will dissolve once it hits the country. Next week will mark the start of the northeast monsoon or “amihan” season.
According to the Department of Foreign Affairs, the United States continues to extend its help in the speedy disposition of the case involving the death of a transgender in Olongapo. DFA further added that the incident will not have a negative effect in the relationship of the two countries, both of which are complying with the provisions found in the Visiting Forces Agreement.
(Reuters) – Philippine police on Wednesday filed murder charges against a U.S. Marine over the death of a transgender Filipino he met in a bar outside the former U.S. naval base of Subic Bay. The Philippine government also wants to take custody of Private First Class Joseph Scott Pemberton while he stands trial, said a senior Philippine official, who warned that the case could damage military ties between the allies. “Based on two witnesses’ […]
Food security czar Francis “Kiko” Panglinan said prices of commercial rice will go down in the coming days with the entry of more imported rice from Thailand and Vietnam.