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‘Ninja cops’ scandal brings down Philippines Chief of Police

Police chief Oscar Albayalde was one-month shy of retirement.


IDF troops train Philippine counterparts in counterterror tactics

Philippine Army chief Lt.-Gen. Macairog Alberto said that the Counter-Terrorism Trainers' Training was part of the program to hone and improve the antiterror skills of its troops.

A Filipino mother holds her two children

Hundreds of Israelis protest as Filipino workers deported - report

The protests were sparked by 18 workers along with their children were deported over the past five months.

 Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte wears a bulletproof vest and a helmet as he gives a pep talk t

Philippines to buy SPYDER air defense missile system from Israel

Philippine Air Force also purchasing 13 Hermes long-range drones and two new radars

Minister of Tourism Yariv Levin (R) and Philippines Labor and Employment Minister Silvestre Bello si

1,000 Filipino workers to reduce hotel staff shortage

The agreement with the Philippines follows a similar accord permitting the employment of Jordanian workers in hotels in the Eilat area.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his wife, Sara

14 Days: Lithuania Trip

Israel’s Defense Ministry has signed a deal worth hundreds of millions of shekels with Israel Military Industries to develop advanced rockets for the IDF.


The Israeli oil company that could benefit from Duterte's visit

“A host of agreements between Israeli and Filipino companies will be signed during the visit, including in the energy sector,” said a Foreign Ministry statement.


Duterte thanks Israel for unspecified ‘critical’ help

Duterte, who did not go into detail, said this “very substantial and critical” assistance was “an important help to preserve the republic.”


Filipino care workers head to Jerusalem to welcome President Duterte

Israel counts almost 28,000 legal and illegal Filipinos who work mainly as caregivers, according to the Foreign Ministry.

 Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte wears a bulletproof vest and a helmet as he gives a pep talk t

Duterte eyes military equipment from Israel

“They will check the possible equipment to help modernize the Philippine Coast Guard and kung may magustuhan, bibili ang government (if they want the equipment, the government will buy)”.

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