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Bulacan, POEA, DOLE, pumirma ng MOA laban sa illegal recruitment

MALOLOS-Nagkaroon ng isang Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) ang Pamahalaang Panlalawigan ng Bulacan, Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) at Department of Labor and Employment upang tuluyang wakasan ang mga kaso ng illegal recruitment sa probinsya. 372 more words


Essential OFW Guide to UAE

Filipinos travel to other countries to pursue better jobs to provide for their families. Between 2009 and 2013, around a million of Filipinos travelled abroad to become Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) making United Arab Emirates (UAE) as the second most number at 261,119, reported by Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA). 291 more words


In Search of Con: The Remarkable Story of the Hunt for the 'Idiot' Boy Sold into Service

In late 1863, details of a sensational case began to emerge throughout the newspapers of the Union. It was a story that would be told and retold for decades to come, and was ever after remembered by all who had come into contact with the particulars. 3,518 more words

Irish American Civil War

Mga Pag-iingat na Dapat Tandaan

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Ni Apolinario Villalobos


Ang mundo ngayon ay tila nadidiktahan ng kasabihang “matira ang matibay”, na para namang may katotohanan. Sa kapal ng dumi sa hangin, kung mahina ang baga ng isang tao ay talagang hindi  tatagal ang kanyang buhay. 1,511 more words

Apolinario Villalobos

POEA confirms illegal recruitment & human trafficking rampant in Isabela, Quirino, Batangas, & Pampanga

Newspeg: The POEA issued  press releases promoting  its seminars for OFWs, for a fee, but maybe the better story might have been its disclosure or confirmation that   rampant illegal recruitment and human trafficking remain unabated in  at least ten provinces,  including Isabela, Quirino, Batangas, and Pampanga. 311 more words


Couple nabbed on recruitment charges

A COUPLE accused of illegal recruitment was arrested at the Mactan Cebu International Airport (MCIA) by agents of the National Bureau of Investigation in Central Visayas (NBI-7) Tuesday evening. 231 more words

September 2012 Philippine Supreme Court Decisions on Criminal Law and Procedure

Here are select September 2012 rulings of the Supreme Court of the Philippines on criminal law and procedure:

1.            REVISED PENAL CODE

Conspiracy; evidence. Conspiracy existed here as may be inferred from the concerted actions of the appellants and their co-accused, namely: (1) appellants and their co-accused brought Samuel to a waiting shed located on the left side of the road where the yellow pick-up service vehicle boarded by Mayor Tawan-tawan and his group would pass; (2) appellants and their co-accused, thereafter, assembled themselves on both sides of the road and surreptitiously waited for the aforesaid yellow pick-up service vehicle; (3) the moment the yellow pick-up service vehicle passed by the waiting shed, appellants and their co-accused opened fire and rained bullets thereon resulting in the killing and wounding of the victims; (4) immediately, appellants and their co-accused ran towards the house of Samuel’s aunt to get their bags and other stuff; (5) Samuel followed appellants and their co-accused; and (6) appellants and their co-accused fled. 3,889 more words

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