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Address27-B Tran Hung Dao Street
Hà Nội (Hanoi)
Vietnam
Phonelocal: (04) 3943.7873
international: +84.4.3943.7873
Faxlocal: (04) 3943.5760
international: +84.4.3943.5760
Emailpe.hanoi@dfa.gov.ph

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DARWIN
Sat, 6 Sep 2014 21:14 EDT
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Filipino wanted for killing fellow countryman in Vietnam
TUOITRENEWS
UPDATED : 02/04/2014 09:57 GMT + 7

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Police in Ho Chi Minh City are hunting for a Filipino man who allegedly stabbed his fellow countryman to death over a dispute arising from a Chinese chess game last Friday.
The wanted foreigner is 55-year-old Alexande Samot, often known as Rex, and his victim is Rebutoc Ronaldo Barilo, aka Bong, 40.
The killing occurred in their rented house at 220/68C Hoang Hoa Tham Street, Ward 5, Binh Thanh District, HCMC on January 31, 2014, the first day of Lunar New Year.
According to initial investigations, a quarrel broke out between Rex and Bong while they were playing a Chinese chess game that day.
The quarrel led to a fight between the two foreigners and Rex ran into the kitchen to take a knife. He then stabbed Bong in the back with the knife, causing the victim to fall to the floor.
Rex then asked another Pilipino man, Michael Reyes, 37, who co-rented the house, to drive him away from the scene on a motorbike, but Michael refused.
Rex then threatened that he would stab Michael if the latter declined, so Michael eventually had to ride Rex out.
Rex later got off the motorbike, ran away into an alley and disappeared.
Meanwhile, locals took the victim to a hospital but he died on the way.
After the incident, Michael took his wife and children from the rented house to the home of his wife’s mother in Phu Nhuan District.
After Michael told his mother-in-law about the homicide, she took him to the local police.
HCMC police have called on the public to inform them about the whereabouts of the suspected killer at the nearest police office or via the telephone number 08.38387414.
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bless
Thu, 26 Jun 2014 21:59 EDT
hello ma'am/sir
to whom it my concern; can i renew my pasport in vietnam i will be going to vietnam by august coz if i will renew hire in the philippines it will take 2 mons
Paolo Cardenio
Tue, 20 May 2014 20:21 EDT
Status of passport
Good day! just want to ask the status of my renew passport. thank you.
LIBERTY PAGAR
Thu, 24 Apr 2014 04:54 EDT
PLEASE HELP
Hi I am Ms. Liberty Pagar living here in the Philippines.

I want to seek your help in finding my brother Leo Estrella, 44 years old. He left Philippines to Hanoi Vietnam in December 2013. Last information i got about him is that he is working with Alliance One Apparel Co. with address in Giao Long Industrial Park B1-B2-B5-B12 lot Ben Tre, Vietnam. Tel # +84 753 612 113.

We don't have any communications with him for almost 2 weeks now.

Please help

Thanks.
Guillerma C Guevarra
Wed, 23 Apr 2014 07:35 EDT
Sir/Madam.
I dont know how to reach you...im here in the phillippines i have a problem..iam one of the applicant of Mr.Shaker..and he take our pastport to bring thier for visa stamping for uwkraine but unfortunately the poea banned all the forienger working go to ukraine.sir i begging to you to please send my pasport here in the philppines..i cannot wait any longer for our visa to ukraine.im begging you sir...please help me ...thank you this is my email...emz_cortez101@yahoo.com
shirley
Thu, 13 Mar 2014 09:11 EDT
My employer wants me to bring her child in the Philippines for a vacation.I am going to have my vacation in July and she wants me to bring her child...can you please tell me what are the documents that we need to process and what are also the things we need when we come bakc here from the vacation and does he need a visa?he was born in new york.thank you please
Dan Tarrobal
Sat, 4 Jan 2014 06:46 EST
NBI Clearance and Transcript of Records
Can our Embassy in Hanoi issue an NBI clearance and can you also authenticate my Transcript of Records in college. I need the documents to apply for a working permit here in VN. Thanks.
living
Thu, 12 Dec 2013 06:16 EST
...how to get appointment if you have other issue about passport her in hcm??
christine s. bualat
Fri, 29 Nov 2013 10:12 EST
i want to know the situation of my sister named Maria Cecille Bualat
Sir my sister went to vietnam last September 1 2013 this year. She told me that she is working in Ocean Iternational Language as a teacher until now we don't know about her situation. Please help us were very worried of her situation if she's in good condition were very woried and I can't sleep thingking of her . Please help me I beg please!!""
matthew james
Wed, 9 Oct 2013 06:55 EDT
expired passport in 2 months
My Philippine passport will expire on November 2013. I renewed my passport in Vietnam but still didn't get it because I went for an emergency vacation in the Philippines using my old passport. I am working in Vietnam. Can i go back to Vietnam even my passport will expire in 2 months?

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