The mother of death row convict Mary Jane Veloso says what she supports is President Duterte's war on drugs, which should target the syndicates
Aguirre also made an "appeal" to Filipino journalists in the US that they should treat the anti-drug campaign of Duterte with respect
The President promises to build a hospital for OFWs in the Middle East and commits to 'daily' repatriation of Filipinos still stranded there
Migrante International launches '#ClemencyPH' to urge Philipine President Rodrigo Duterte to save the lives of all overseas Filipino workers on death row
Lawmakers urge the Department of Justice to probe deeper into the operations of Winston Q8
At a seminar organized by the Blas F. Ople Policy Center, 8 new labor attachés present their credentials to the OFW community
Elected women of Filipino descent stand up against new policies of the Trump administration
Here's what has happened so far in the case of Jennifer Dalquez, an OFW jailed in the United Arab Emirates
Tita Amphie leads a group of volunteers helping make government services more accessible to OFW families in Tabaco City
Filipinos abroad have to register up to P50,000 of their NDS banknotes in the online registration for the NDS Banknote System
'It is clear from the evidence that her action was not pre-meditated, but a desperate response to an unprovoked sexual attack,' Lord Singh of Wimbledon writes to United Arab Emirates' ambassador to London
She is accused of killing her employer. The court will rule on her case April 12 instead, after one of the victim's children failed to attend the latest hearing
Philippine embassy in London says so far there has been no report of Filipinos affected by the incident
(UPDATED) The P550 terminal fee will be waived starting April 30 for face-to-face ticket purchases, and by the end of July for online ticket purchases
The labor department says most OFWs don't get their refunds because of lack of time and awareness
The Aguhon Awards recognizes Filipino men and women 'who are based in their home countries, creating an impact that ripples throughout Asia'
Lawmakers file a resolution urging President Rodrigo Duterte to seek executive clemency for Jennifer Dalquez
The Court of Appeals in Al Ain Judicial Court has postponed its ruling on the OFW's case, originally set for February 27, to March 27
Jennifer Dalquez claims her Arab employer tried to rape her at knifepoint and that she accidentally killed him while defending herself
Dinagat Islands Representative Kaka Bag-ao tells congressmen, 'Ang pagboto po natin ng yes sa death penalty ay katumbas sa pagdiin sa kanila sa kamatayan'
OWWA’s Repatriation Assistance Division (RAD) vows to assist the repatriates
'You have nothing to fear from me. It is I, judging by the lessons of history, who should be fearful.'
Events in both the United States and the Philippines trigger familiar feelings, according to martial law activists living in California
Felma Maramag was reportedly killed by two Jordanians on February 5
Lieutenant Colonel Leah Boling has broken barriers by becoming the first female chaplain of the 154th Wing of the Hawaii Air National Guard
While Filipino Americans in Hawaii grow in number, Filipino-American Senator Donovan Dela Cruz says their community cannot rest on their laurels
'A seaman’s success cannot be attributed to the hardworking husband or to his good wife alone. It’s a team effort.'
The House foreign affairs committee says extending the validity of passports will 'ease the burden' of OFWs and the traveling public
For Valentine's Day, these overseas Filipinos send to their relatives in the Philippines $12.5 to $32.5 more than usual
PART 1: Despite ASEAN's decade-long intention to protect migrant workers in the region, nothing has been done for the undocumented labor migrants, who continue to endure hardships in silence
The Trump administration's actions not only imperil Filipinos and other immigrants in the US but threaten to plunge the Philippines and its neighbors into war
Filipino-American members of the US Navy say it helps that Filipinos know the value of hard work
Internet access will not only benefit seamen but their employers as well, says an expert on maritime research
President Rodrigo Duterte decided on the iDOLE-OFW Identification Card System during a Cabinet meeting, says Malacañang
'President Duterte, marami sa mga undocumented dito sa Amerika, sumuporta sa 'yo,' says Filipino-American leader Lolita Lledo
The labor secretary issues the order to Angelita Narvaez for 'her inaction and lack of concern for our overseas Filipino workers'
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who is in Winnipeg for a cross-country tour, passes by Jollibee's first branch in Canada
'It fans the cycle of violence affecting the vulnerable Filipino citizens,' said KASAMMAKO, an OFW group in South Korea
This is not the first time the country has mourned the execution of a fellow Filipino abroad
(UPDATED) Presidential Spokesman Ernesto Abella says the Philippine government 'exerted all efforts' to stop the execution of Jakatia Pawa
A mother of two, 44-year-old OFW Jakatia Pawa obtained a college degree, then later served as a domestic worker in Kuwait
Bleak as it may seem for many Filipinos living in America, there is a spirit of defiance among protesters – one fueled by hope
Obama didn’t teach me how to transcend my race. Instead, he taught me how to embrace it.
Bullying is more than just physical harm. It’s the harshest form of rejection, one that gets in the way of our growth and self-discovery
Anticipated protectionist policies in the US, the peso depreciation, and other factors cause the spike in remittances to the Philippines
Overseas Filipino workers laud the documentary film, which won Best Picture in the 2016 Metro Manila Film Festival but struggled to remain in theaters
'The diversity of the United States reflects the kind of Church we have in America,' the Nueva Ecija-born Bishop Oscar Solis says
'It was my vulnerability which forced me to be braver and more independent than I was'
Bureau of Immigration Spokesperson Antonette Mangrobang says 'the problem is not with BI but with POEA'
George Conway, the husband of Trump senior adviser Kelly Conway, could be the first Asian-American to become the US government's next top litigator