Bong Go
Senator Christopher “Bong” Go on Tuesday, March 2, personally met with and provided aid to 83 families from two locations in Pasay City who were forced to leave their homes after a fire broke out from each of the respective barangays recently. Sen. Go highlighted the importance of modernizing the Bureau of Fire Protection to better respond to emergency incidents. He also reminded the public to take precautionary measures to prevent such incidents in order to protect lives, livelihoods, and properties.
Nation

Go hails repatriation from Syria of 2nd batch of trafficked OFWs

SENATOR Christopher “Bong” Go has commended the Department of Foreign Affairs and other concerned agencies for the successful repatriation of a new batch of seven trafficked Filipinos from the Philippine
Bong Go
Senator Christopher “Bong” Go on Tuesday, March 2, personally met with and provided aid to 83 families from two locations in Pasay City who were forced to leave their homes after a fire broke out from each of the respective barangays recently. Sen. Go highlighted the importance of modernizing the Bureau of Fire Protection to better respond to emergency incidents. He also reminded the public to take precautionary measures to prevent such incidents in order to protect lives, livelihoods, and properties.
Nation

Go welcomes successful repatriation from Syria of 2nd batch of trafficked OFWs

SENATOR Christopher “Bong” Go has commended the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) and other concerned agencies for the successful repatriation of a new batch of seven trafficked Filipinos from the
US Capitol
A view of Capitol Hill during heightened security concerns over possible protests or violence tomorrow March 3, 2021, in Washington, DC. Washington's security posture has been bolstered after threats of a possible March 4, 2021, "breach" of the US Capitol, with the House of Representatives changing its voting plans to avoid gathering members on a day of potential unrest. Brendan Smialowski / AFP
World

Threat of extremist assault on US Capitol prompts House to scrap Thursday session

WASHINGTON, March 4, 2021 (AFP) - Washington's security posture has been bolstered after threats of a possible Thursday "breach" of the US Capitol, with the House of Representatives changing its
Angela Merkel
German Chancellor Angela Merkel delivers a press conference with Bavarian state governor Markus Soeder and the Mayor of Berlin Michael Mueller (out of frame) following talks via video conference with Germany's state premiers on the extension of the current Covid-19 restrictions, at the Chancellery in Berlin early on March 3, 2021. Germany will soon authorise the AstraZeneca/Oxford vaccine against Covid-19 for people over the age of 65, Chancellor Angela Merkel said on March 3. Markus Schreiber / POOL / AFP
World

Germany to relax Covid curbs as Biden slams ‘Neanderthal’ mask easing

BERLIN, March 4, 2021 (AFP) - German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Wednesday unveiled plans to gradually ease coronavirus curbs in Europe's top economy, while President Joe Biden slammed "Neanderthal" decisions