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Geo-Politics

ConGen de Vega meets with Mexican

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Consul General Theresa Dizon-de Vega with Mexican Consul General in New York Diego Gomez Pickering

Wednesday, 14 December 2016 Comments

Asia / Australia

Embassy official conferred ‘Kaaki

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In commemoration of the 111th Year of Filipino Migration to the United States and the 119th Anni

Wednesday, 28 June 2017 Comments

Europe

CFC ANCOP 2017 European Conferenc

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Part of the attendees to the 2017 CFC ANCOP European Conference.

Thursday, 3 August 2017 Comments

Middle East

Iftar event held in New York

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Consul General Theresa Dizon-de Vega (center) with members Kinding Sindaw led by founder and head

Wednesday, 28 June 2017 Comments

US / Canada

Team Fulop wins big in Jersey Cit

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Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop delivers victory speech on Nov. 7, 2017.  (Filipino Reporter e

Wednesday, 8 November 2017 Comments

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From left, Ermie Zotomayor, Antonio Laroya and Arnisito Gaviola are now in Winnipeg sleeping on the floor of a friend, awaiting their Dec. 23 immigration hearing.  (Photo by the Winnipeg Free Press)

 

WINNIPEG — Three dads trying to support their families in the Philippines hope they won’t be home for Christmas.

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      JASON KENNEY

The Filipino Canadian community is more and more becoming suspicious of the changes made to the Federal government’s Live-in caregiver program (LCP) and remain further committed to campaigning for justice in the face of the continuation of the antiquated, anti-woman program.

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Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak casts his vote for parliament elections at a polling station in Cairo, Egypt, Sunday, Nov.28, 2010.  (AP / Amr Nabil)

 

CAIRO — Egyptians voted Sunday in a parliamentary election that was marred by a crackdown on the main opposition movement and on independent media, as well as tensions with the United States over the government's insistence on barring international monitors.

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Chancellor Angela Merkel would risk popular fury if she had to raise fresh funds for eurozone debtors at a time of welfare cuts in Germany.

 

Credit default swaps (CDS) measuring risk on German, French and Dutch bonds have surged over recent days, rising significantly above the levels of non-EMU states in Scandinavia.

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    AMBASSADOR THOMAS

 

MANILA — United States Ambassador Harry Thomas Jr. said the U.S. will continue to review its travel advisory on the Philippines for the safety and security of its nationals.

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