The number of kidnapping cases involving Philippine Offshore Gaming Operators (POGOs) almost doubled last year to 17 during the Covid-19 pandemic. There were 10 cases filed, 23 victims rescued, 33 suspects arrests and two suspects killed.
Philippines police have identified four Chinese suspects in the kidnapping of a Chinese Philippine offshore gaming operator (POGO) employee in Makati
Police from the Philippines and China are planning to work together to tackle the illegal kidnapping of Chinese nationals, which has been on the rise
The Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation has set its crosshairs on casino loan sharks, which they believe are the cause of the recent spike in
The Philippine national police are set to deploy at least two of its Anti-Kidnapping Group (AKG) strike teams near casinos with a high prevalence of k
China has issued a strongly worded statement calling on Manila to protect its citizens working in the country and warned that all forms of gambling involving Chinese gamblers, or targeting the mainland are illegal and will be stamped out.
Authorities in the Philippines have warned the public to be aware of loan sharks preying on people in casinos, the Philippine News Agency reports.
Three Chinese gamblers were kidnapped by four other Chinese nationals, including a casino owner, in an effort to recover about $1.22 million in unpaid
Crimes related to the gambling industry jumped 38 percent in 2015 to a total of 1,553 cases, local media reports, citing figures from the Judiciary Po
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