There may be hundreds of Filipinos who have already fled from war-torn Ukraine, but not all of them are headed home to the Philippines. Some of them have opted to stay in Ukraine or a nearby European country expecting to land well-paying jobs.

After an order from Malacanang, the Philippine National Police (PNP) and National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) have promptly complied to investigate the case of 34 missing cockfighting aficionados, or “sabungeros”, whose disappearance has left law enforcers, families, and senators at a lost as to what really happened to them.

These are among the pertinent stories this Thursday morning, March 10, 2022.


SAFETY FIRST – Department of Energy (DOE) personnel Joel De Jesus inspects a batch of LPG tanks at a retain store in Paranaque City on Wednesday, March 9, 2022, to make sure that their weight is appropriate, and are fit for sale. (Ali Vicoy)
  1. Russia invades Ukraine
  • #MatalinongBoto

Presidential bets

Domagoso

Lacson

Marcos

Robredo

Senatorial bets

Other election-related reports

  • Case of missing ‘sabungeros’
  • No security issues in sale of Subic shipyard
  • French frigate in Manila port visit
  • Extortion try
  • Agri Corner
  • Business Corner
  • Education Corner
  1. Judicial Corner
  1. Legislative Corner
  1. Metro Roundup

Source: Manila Bulletin (https://mb.com.ph/2022/03/10/mb-daily-news-update-not-all-pinoys-fleeing-ukraine-headed-home/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=mb-daily-news-update-not-all-pinoys-fleeing-ukraine-headed-home)