The government had ordered vessels back to port and prepared evacuation plans ahead of the storm, which soaked parts of the Philippines on Tuesday.
The move comes after a long saga between govt officials in the Chinese territory, animal rights activists, and one of the enclave's most well-known businesswomen.
"When I first came back home, there were so many people waiting for me. I was very surprised," said Dom, who was welcomed by relatives from as far as China.
The Anti-Corruption Commission cleared the lawmaker of the embezzlement claim but said he overstepped his bounds by getting involved in the electrification of a local village.
Education Department has already received 40 applications, mostly from Rohingya students
The Irrawaddy’s infographics illustrate the steady rise in prices Myanmar’s consumers have faced for nearly two decades
The President's Office said police have opened 22 drugs cases based on tipoffs since the government launched the department to encourage the public to inform on dealers in June.