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12% ground-based and management staff to be lay-off as part of a business restructuring plan to manage its losses sustained from travel restrictions to coronavirus-stricken destinations.
The Anti-Terrorism Act of 2020 allows for warrantless arrests, 14-day detentions without charge and the creation of an Anti-Terror Council. The government insists the measures are aimed at combating terrorism but activists fear the vague definition of “terrorist act” used in the act means it could be used to clamp down on political opponents.
A reason to reduce overcrowding in Manila, which in recent decades has swelled into one of the most heavily populated areas on Earth. President Duterte is offering cash and goods to induce city-dwellers to move out of the greater capital region in an ambitious programme called “Back to the Province”, one of the most aggressive attempts in decades to lure Filipinos to the countryside.
Covid-19 forced millions of travelers to stay home, but airline mechanics and engineers have kept themselves busy in air hubs nationwide. Their primary mission these past two months: ensuring that their sleeping fl
In Manila, Under lockdown since March 16, many families have lost regular incomes and forced to survive on government aid that can be sporadic and often not enough.
The storm hit as tens of millions of Filipinos are hunkered down at home against the coronavirus, but at least 141,700 have had to flee because of the powerful storm