Filipinos in Dubai endured long hours under the glare of the desert sun just to cast their votes on the first day of overseas absentee voting.
By INA ALLECO R. SILVERIO
The Philippine embassy in Dubai should coordinate with local authorities and work for the speedy release of OFW inmates and their children on humanitarian grounds.
By ANGEL L. TESORERO Bulatlat.com Dubai, UAE – Three overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) died and one remains in critical condition when a fire razed a makeshift room built on the rooftop of a 3-story building in Al Satwa, Dubai early Saturday morning (UAE time), according to a report by Migrante-UAE. The fatalities were identified as…
Another overseas Filipino worker in Dubai died mysteriously. Evelyn Milo, 24, is said to have committed suicide. Her aunt, however, said she had stab wounds and bruises. Evelyn even had strangulation marks on her neck. BY ANGIE DE LARA MIGRANT WATCH Bulatlat.com Volume VIII, Number 30, August 31 – September 6, 2008 Another overseas Filipino…