Pinoy kids in Israel to stay till end of June

“The government of Israel attaches a great significance to the working conditions of the Filipino workers and it was demonstrated by the signing of the historical bilateral labor agreement between the two countries which intends to improve the rights of the OFWs and dramatically reduce the placement fees,” it added.

Australia sets clampdown on Google, Facebook

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission’s recommendations, if confirmed, would be among the strongest yet in a drive to rein in the power of digital behemoths amid a host of worldwide concerns ranging from anti-trust issues to privacy abuse, and their role in spreading disinformation and hateful content.

Fair regulatory regime for e-cigs

“What do consumers want? For me and the people who are trying to quit smoking, it is fair regulation of safer nicotine products. There should be accessibility, affordability and availability of these products,” Clarisse Virgino, a member of the Coalition of Asia-Pacific Tobacco Harm Reduction Advocates, said in one of the discussions during the forum.

Ex-cop in drugs killed in gun attack

June 23, 2019
Alvin, a known casino financier, together with lawyer Elmer Mitra, Jr. were killed on June 1, 2017. Alvin allegedly tried to prevent members of Anti-Illegal Drugs Unit of Pasay City from arresting Darwin who was caught selling drugs in a buy-bust on Libertad Street last November 23, 2012.