Kuwaitis in UK urged to be cautious after Westminster incident

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Kuwait’s embassy has urged Kuwaitis in Britain to commit themselves to police instructions in the wake of the attack on a policeman near the House of Commons in Westminster on Wednesday.
the embassy called Kuwaitis to carefully observe the measures of safety and security applied by the British authorities in such conditions. It urged them to contact the embassy on 02075903400 in case of emergency.

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Philippine diplomat sent to Saudi Arabia to lead search for missing woman

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A special representative was sent to Saudi Arabia by Philippine authorities to lead the search for a Filipino woman who has been reported missing for more than a year.
Department of Foreign Affairs identified the missing worker as Diosalyn Fabian Seva, 36-year-old, a mother of two young children.

She arrived in the Kingdom as a maid in October 2015 and was supposed to work for a family in Jazan but was later sent to another family in Jeddah.
Information gathered by DFA investigators in Manila showed that Seva last sent money to her family in February 2016 and was not heard from since.

Mohammed Noordin Pendosina Lomondot, a special assistant at the Office of Migrant Workers’ Affairs said he had contacted the owner of the Saudi partner agency of the Philippine recruiter and was told that Seva ran away from her sponsors.

Anyone who has helpful information may contact the Philippine Consulate’s Assistance to Nationals Section via e-mail: ans@pcgjeddah.org or by calling its hotline number 0555219613, he said.