Tourism Secretary Bernadette Romulo-Puyat and the Department of Tourism (DOT) family joins the Filipino nation in conveying joyful and proud congratulations to our very own newly-crowned Miss Universe 2018 Catriona Elisa Magnayon Gray.
Amidst Ms. Gray's preparations prior to heading for Thailand, she took precious time to do a series of video clips promoting unique and fascinating destinations and diverse cultures: Luzon's Rizal Park, and world-renowned El Nido, Palawan; the resilience of the Visayan people particularly in Tacloban City and Mindanao's multi-faceted South Cotabato.
Throughout the Miss Universe competition, Miss Gray evoked the Filipino people's essential attributes of friendliness, cheerfulness, hospitality and kindness when she was around the representatives of different nations.
A passionate advocate of Philippine tourism and a partner of the DOT in and out of the Miss Universe stage, Miss Gray has raised our flag through her words and actions. She has single-handedly led more people all over the world to discover that, indeed, it is more fun in the Philippines.
Take Part in the Public Diplomacy Campaign “Deutschlandjahr USA”!
From October 2018 until the end of 2019, Germany and its deep ties to the U.S. will be on display all across the United States. The campaign will travel across the entire U.S., bringing with it a collection of events and exhibits highlighting the unique importance of transatlantic Relations.
Deutschlandjahr USA is a comprehensive and collaborative campaign of the German Federal Foreign Office, the Goethe-Institut, and with the support of the Federation of German Industries (BDI), with the goal of presenting today’s Germany to people across the entire U.S.
The public diplomacy campaign will showcase how closely the two countries are linked by heritage, common values, and shared interests, illustrating how a brighter future is possible if we tackle global challenges together through focusing on dialogue, exchange, and cooperation between people.
The campaign aims to convey a multifaceted, modern image of Germany in the U.S. All areas relevant to society – from business and industry, politics, education, culture, science, civil society, to sports – will be explored. Significant visibility will be achieved by consolidating activities and stakeholders, as well as through public, high-profile formats and targeted media efforts.
Germany and the U.S. are connected through a centuries-long common history. German immigrants have helped shape the development of the United States, while the successful development of post-war Germany is inextricably linked to US engagement. The Deutschlandjahr USA 2018/19 campaign builds on this success story and aims to intensify the transatlantic dialogue.
From the German Missions in the United States
AWEE ABAYARI INTERVIEWS ATTY. JACK GOLAN ABOUT "DACA"
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AWEE ABAYARI Interviews OFFICER GRACZYK of the US Customs and Border Protection PART 15
AWEE ABAYARI INTERVIEWS THE SPANISH AMBASSADOR
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PHILIPPINE AMBASSADOR TO THE UNITED STATES JOSE MANUEL ROMUALDEZ
European Union Selects 5 US Cities for International Urban Cooperation Program
WBA "Regular" Welterweight Champion Manny Pacquiao PREPARES TO FIGHT WBA Super World Welterweight titleholder Keith Thurman on July 20 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas * Photos by Wendell Alinea/MP Promotions
President Rodrigo Roa Duterte is accorded with military honors upon his arrival at the Libingan Ng Mga Bayani in Taguig City as he leads the commemorative rites during the National Heroes' Day . Joining the President is Armed Forces of the Philippines Chief of Staff General Carlito Galvez Jr. SIMEON CELI JR./PRESIDENTIAL PHOTO
Border Patrol Agents Rescue Honduran Immigrant Suffering from Extreme Dehydration
EAGLE PASS, Texas – U.S. Border Patrol agents from the Eagle Pass South Station along with members of the Del Rio Border Patrol Sector Search, Trauma, and Rescue (BORSTAR) team rescued a Honduran male suffering from a heat related illness near El Indio.
BORSTAR agents treated the man for dehydration.
“The majority of people attempting to illegally enter this country are ill-prepared for the treacherous terrain they face,” said Del Rio Sector Chief Patrol Agent Raul L. Ortiz. “Had our agents not been out patrolling the remote areas of our border, this man would have most likely died from exposure.”
On June 6, Border Patrol agents from the Eagle Pass South Station were tracking a group of suspected undocumented immigrants when they found a 24-year-old Honduran male, lying on the ground, suffering from dehydration. Del Rio Sector BORSTAR agents patrolling in the area immediately responded and began treating the man for heat related injuries. BORSTAR agents stabilized the man and litter-carried him a quarter-mile through the brush to a waiting ambulance. Emergency Medical Services transported him to a local hospital for more advanced treatment. CBP
International News Media Network Announces HALL OF FAME LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD 2018 given to SISTER MARIA SOCORRO PILAR G. EVIDENTE, DC Administrator Hospicio de San Jose Click for Message Click for the Story
CBP Airlifts Unconscious Man After Human Smugglers Push Group Dangerously Through Mountain Range TUCSON, Ariz. – Two men were hospitalized after human smugglers pushed a group of illegal border crossers to their physical limit in a desert mountain range west of Tucson Wednesday.
Late Tuesday night, a U.S. Customs and Border Protection camera system detected a group of suspected illegal aliens traversing a remote and rugged valley attempting to evade arrest. Tucson Sector Border Patrol agents tracked the group on foot for more than 11 miles when they discovered an unconscious man suffering from various injuries.
Medically trained agents called for an airlift of the unconscious man, while working to stabilize him. Others began to locate members of the group who had split-up, and were hiding in a rocky valley to avoid being arrested.
Air and Marine Operations, from the Tucson Air Branch, launched a Blackhawk helicopter to airlift the unconscious man from the mountains to a waiting medical helicopter. After hiking for 10 hours, agents ultimately arrested a total of 18 illegal aliens, 16 males and two females, from Guatemala, Honduras, and Mexico. The group was found exhausted and needing water. A second man was later taken to the hospital for chest pains.
All of the individuals are in stable condition and facing federal immigration charges following their illegal entry into the U.S. CBP
EVA Chairman Steve Lin (center), President Derek Chen (fifth from the right), Taiwan’s CAA Director-General Lin Kuo-shian (fifth from the left), SHIATZY CHEN lead designer Ms. Wang Chen Tsai-Hsia (fourth from the left) and EVA’s spokesman Golden Kou (fourth from the right) joined pilots and chief pursers for a picture in the debut of the airline’s new uniforms and praised the new service image of the airline.
Acting Secretary Duke with Ponce Mayor "Mayita" Meléndez Altieri unloading supplies from a CBP helicopter. (DHS Official Photo/Jetta Disco)
Wang Yi Meets with Co-Chairs of the Intergovernmental Negotiations on the UN Security Council Reform
On January 18, 2018, Foreign Minister Wang Yi met with visiting Co-Chairs of the Intergovernmental Negotiations on the United Nations (UN) Security Council Reform, including Permanent Representative of Georgia to the UN Kaha Imnadze and Permanent Representative of the United Arab Emirates to the UN Lana Zaki Nusseibeh. Wang Yi expressed that China supports the reform of the UN Security Council. The only correct direction of the reform is increasing the representativeness and voice of developing countries and giving more small and medium-sized countries more opportunities to participate in the decision-making process of the UN Security Council. The reform must conform to the principle that it should be led by member states of the UN. Extensive consensus should be reached and a package solution should be adopted through sufficient consultation.
Splashdown Leads to 900 Pounds of Marijuana in the Rio Grande Valley
RIO GRANDE CITY, Texas– On Sunday, April 15, agents observed several subjects loading bundles of narcotics into a small Toyota SUV near Escobares, Texas. As mobile units responded to the area, the driver splashed the vehicle into the Rio Grande. Agents witnessed the driver swim back to Mexico. The vehicle was extracted from the river and a total of 63 bundles of marijuana weighing over 900 pounds and worth and estimated $743K were recovered.
The vehicle and marijuana were turned over to the High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area Task Force.
“As we strengthen our network between local, state, and federal partners, we will continue to interdict narcotics and keep them out of our communities,” said Chief Patrol Agent Manuel Padilla, Jr.
The public is encouraged to take a stand against crime in their communities and to help save lives by reporting suspicious activity at 800-863-9382.
Statement from the Office of Senator John McCain Washington, D.C. – The office of Senator John McCain released the following statement today:
“Senator John Sidney McCain III died at 4:28pm on August 25, 2018. With the Senator when he passed were his wife Cindy and their family. At his death, he had served the United States of America faithfully for sixty years.”
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