Former Thai prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra tested positive for coronavirus and was treated in hospital last month but has since recovered, a source close to the exiled billionaire told AFP on Saturday.
The government has assured financial assistance and other benefits to the families of the two overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) who were killed in a gas explosion at a restaurant in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates on Monday.
Spain’s former king Juan Carlos, who went into exile this month in the face of graft allegations, is in the United Arab Emirates, the royal palace said Monday, ending the mystery over his whereabouts.
The Red Cross on Tuesday launched what it said was the first global network of social media influencers to battle misinformation about the new coronavirus and spread lifesaving content about the pandemic.
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has suspended the entry of all valid visa holders including residency visa holders, who are currently out of the country,…
A Filipina is on trial in the United Arab Emirates for allegedly stealing items worth Dh537 from a clothing shop with the help of an accomplice last July.
Philippine officials in the United Arab Emirates sought prayers for a Filipino patient who tested positive for COVID-19, after initial reports showed the patient’s condition is not improving.
A Filipina mother was arrested in the United Arab Emirates after video footage of her torturing her own child went viral.
Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III on Friday apologized to the Dubai government in the United Arab Emirates for announcing that the death of a female overseas Filipino worker (OFW) in the city was due to the 2019 novel coronavirus (nCoV).
The Crown Prince of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has gone the extra mile in expressing his solidarity with the Philippines following Taal Volcano’s eruption by tweeting it in Filipino.
A popular mobile application developed in the United Arab Emirates has been removed from both Apple and Google’s online marketplaces following a report it was used for widespread government spying.
Russian President Vladimir Putin signed deals worth over $1.3 billion with the United Arab Emirates on Tuesday, wrapping up a tour of the Gulf where he also courted investment in Saudi Arabia.
Tensions in the Gulf have escalated in recent months amid a deepening standoff between Iran and United States over Tehran’s nuclear programme, with a string of incidents involving tankers and drones.
Taiwan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) on Tuesday clarified that there has been no announcement yet on the extension of the visa-free policy entry for Filipinos.
A United Arab Emirates businessman linked to a probe of illegal donations to Donald Trump’s political campaign was paid by his country’s intelligence agency to spy on the US president’s administration, The Intercept reported Monday.
Pope Francis said Monday he wants to visit Iraq as early as next year in spite of the security conditions.
Filipino household service workers have more promising employment prospects in China than in Middle East, the ACTS-OFW party-list said.
Five Rafale fighter jets arrived in Qatar on Wednesday, a diplomatic source in Doha told AFP, a symbolic delivery as Doha marked two years under a Saudi-led embargo.
US senators across the political spectrum on Wednesday moved to block President Donald Trump’s plan to sell $8.1 billion in arms to Saudi Arabia and other Arab allies as lawmakers’ frustration with the kingdom soars.
Former Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM) governor Nur Misuari has asked the Sandiganbayan 3rd Division to let him travel to the Middle East Saudi Arabia from May to June.
President Rodrigo Duterte has issued Administrative Order 17, constituting the Philippine Organizing Committee (POC) for the Expo 2020 Dubai.
The United Arab Emirates on Tuesday unveiled a new branch of government, a Ministry of Possibilities, three years after launching a department in charge of happiness.
President Rodrigo Duterte felt vindicated after Pope Francis himself publicly admitted that priests and bishops have been sexually abusing nuns for decades.
Former Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM) governor Nur Misuari on Tuesday (Feb. 26) refused to enter pleas over charges he is facing concerning concerning the alleged ghost purchases of text books worth P77.2 million.