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Filipinos from Cambodia and Vietnam were repatriated on Saturday amid the coronavirus disease, the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) said.
The Philippine Embassy in Cambodia has extended the deadline for Filipino workers there to opt for repatriation although the threat of COVID-19 in Cambodia, which has no recorded death because of the disease, was not as menacing as in the Philippines.
Two-way investments and employment between the Philippines and Cambodia are seen getting a boost from the double taxation agreement (DTA) that the two countries will likely sign soon.
The Banteay Meanchey provincial Department of Health said this year had seen more than 300 people saved from snake bites after seeking timely treatment from state hospitals across the province.
Just before the weather turned worse Tuesday, the Philippine baseball team secured a 12-0 victory over Cambodia to remain unbeaten in the 30th Southeast Asian Games.
Banking on a potent offense and sturdy defense, the Philippines hammered out a 29-27, 25-17, 25-17, win over Cambodia at the start of men’s volleyball in the 30th Southeast Asian Games Monday night at Philsports Arena in Pasig.
National Under-22 team standout Jarvey Gayoso feels an improved buildup and quality reinforcements can boost the Young Azkals as they aim to end their long wait for a semifinal appearance in the Southeast Asian Games football tournament kicking off on Monday at Rizal Memorial Stadium.
Velizar Popov, head coach of Myanmar’s under-22 national football team, decried the unfortunate incident his squad got into ahead of the 2019 Southeast Asian Games.
Some Filipinos imprisoned in Siem Reap, Cambodia over legitimacy issues of their employment agency will finally return home, Foreign Affairs Secretary Teodoro “Teddy Boy” Locsin Jr. said Saturday.
Oct. 10 was a landmark night for the disparate nations of Cambodia and Iran. Facing off in Tehran for their World Cup 2022 qualifier, Iran inflicted the Cambodian national team’s heaviest ever defeat with 14-0.
More products made in the Philippines are expected to enter Cambodia’s consumer market in the coming months as companies intend to expand their presence abroad, the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) announced Thursday.