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Japan Firms To Establish Human Rights App For Foreign Workers

Amid the increasing reports of harassment against foreign laborers in Japan, more than 200 Japanese companies and organizations will jointly develop a smartphone app to protect the human rights of foreign workers.

US, UN Boost Strong Families Program In PH

The United States Embassy in Manila, in partnership with the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, has hosted a Strong Families training for the local government units in various parts of Luzon.

Chop Suey Club Introduces Mahjong Tiles + Rubik Cube In One

LOOK: If you used to play Rubik’s cube and are a fan of mahjong at the same time, then this new invention is for you!

4 Space Tourists Come Back To Earth After 3 Days In Orbit

After completing the first-ever mission in Earth’s orbit with no professional astronauts on board, the four tourists splashed down off Florida’s coast.

Filipino Scholars Arrive In Korea

Fellows of the Global Korea Scholarship (from the Philippines have arrived safely in South Korea.

Pope Francis Gives 15,000 Ice Creams To Prisoners In Rome

Pope Francis brought 15,000 ice creams to inmates in Rome's two prisons during one of the hottest summers recorded in Italy.

Oman Needs 350 Pinoy Nurses

LOOK: Oman is in need of more health care workers, particularly nurses, the Philippine Overseas Employment Office reported.

California To Become First State To Outlaw Removal Of Condom Without Consent

36-0 votes! Lawmakers in California seem to be in favor of illegalizing the removal of condoms without verbal consent. What about in the Philippines?

Cuba Is First In The World To Vaccinate 2-Year-Old Kids Against COVID-19

LOOK: Cuba is the first country to inoculate children from age two to eighteen against COVID-19, before reopening its classes since its closure in March 2020.

Jobs Available For OFWs Once Japan Reopens Borders

Employment opportunities await migrant workers, including overseas Filipino workers in Japan.

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