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Duterte welcomed by Qatar energy minister Mohammed bin Saleh Al Sada, Airport chief of protocol Abdullah bin Ali Alsaleti (Genalyn Kabiling / MANILA BULLETIN)

Duterte in final leg of Middle East visit

By Genalyn Kabiling  The State of Qatar has lauded the “excellent relations” with the Philippines and has recognized the contributions of hardworking and honest Filipino…


President Rodrigo Roa Duterte witnesses the exchange of signed agreements between the representatives of the Philippines and Bahrain during a ceremony at the Sakhir Palace in Bahrain on April 13, 2017. KING RODRIGUEZ/Presidential Photo/ Manila Bulletin

Duterte visit helps strengthen PH-Qatar ties

By Genalyn Kabiling Relations between the Philippines and Qatar are expected to shift in high gear with the planned signing of agreements on health assistance,…

President Rodrigo Roa Duterte salutes the officers of the Royal Saudi Air Force before boarding a helicopter going to His Royal Majesty King Salman Bin Abdulazziz Al Saud's private residence in Rawdhat Khuraim for a series of meetings on April 11, 2017. ALBERT ALCAIN/Presidential Photo/ Manila Bulletin

Duterte looking for more vibrant relations with Qatar

By Genalyn Kabiling Doha, Qatar – President Duterte is expected to forge closer cooperation between the Philippines and Qatar in the areas of politico-security, healthcare,…

SAUDI WELCOME – President Rodrigo Roa Duterte (left) is received by Prince Faisal Bin Bandar Al Saud, governor of Riyadh, on his arrival in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, April 10. (Malacañang Photo)

Duterte to bring home 160 OFW runaways in Saudi

By Argyll Cyrus Geducos Around 160 overseas Filipino worker (OFW) runaways in Saudi Arabia will be going home soon, Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III said…