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The burden of reporting illegal recruitment falls on workers. But with little to no legal recourse, what comes next?
Workers whose jobs abroad are secured through murky loans and payment schemes leave hopes for a better life buried deep in debt
Philippine labor attaché David Dicang says the situation in Qatar has normalized
The suspension order is premature as the government has not completed a formal assessment of the situation in Qatar says ACTS OFW Representative Aniceto Bertiz III
Filipinos are the fourth biggest group of foreign workers in Qatar
If you want [our] soldiers under your command I m willing to send you one battalion one regiment one division to protect you Just say the word President Rodrigo Duterte recalls telling King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa
Qatar Postal Services signs a deal with the Philippine Embassy in Doha Qatar to handle passport deliveries for Filipinos workers