4 Pinoy survivors from ship collision now safe: OWWA
MANILA – The four Filipino survivors from a ship collision in the waters of the Pacific Ocean are now safe, the Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) reported on Friday.
"They are all safe and sound. They are in quarantine, they were brought from PNG (Papua New Guinea), Solomon Islands to Taiwan. They are in quarantine in a Taiwan hotel," OWWA chief Hans Leo Cacdac said in a Laging Handa briefing.
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A group of thieves return 14 stolen idols from Balaj Temple due to nightmares
Authorities in India recently reported that a group of thieves returned more than a dozen of stolen 'ashtadhatu' idols or figures from a Hindu temple, saying that they experienced nightmares after committing the crime.
Police inspector Rajiv Singh told AFP that 16 figures were stolen from a 300-year-old temple of Lord Balaji and on Sunday night, however, the gang of thieves only returned 14 of them near the temple's chief priest in Chitrakoot district in Uttar Pradesh.
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