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An evasive woman who conspired with her husband to swindle a female student’s vehicle has been handed a punishment following her arrest. The Arab woman and her husband –a compatriot salesman, 35, counterfeited documents including a dud cheque they used to purchase the vehicle from the Libyan student, 23, in March 2014.
A man screamed obscenities at cops and spat on an Emirati lieutenant after being caught overspeeding in a numberless car. He has lost the case.
A bootlegger asked a policeman to alert him about looming police raids in exchange for Dhs50, 000 monthly. He has been jailed for one year and fined Dhs80, 000. The Asian defendant –an accountant, 45- befriend the Emirati corporal, 32, who was working for the Dubai Police CID’s anti-bootlegging section and offered to give him Dhs30, 000 for the first month.
Six countrymen battered and robbed a security guard inside his room. They will spend one year behind bars to be followed by deportation. The Asian defendants –two blacksmiths, a manager, two labourers and a carpenter (aged 23 to 32)- targeted the Indian watchman, 35, inside his room at a site under construction in Rashidiyah area on Jan.13.
World Health Organisation (WHO) Director general Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said governments must work or focus more on bringing down Novel Coronavirus (COVID19) death rates.
An Asian national, 31, threatened his former fiancée and her sister with posting photos and divulge matters of honour on WhatsApp and social media, using fake accounts.
The 23rd edition of citywide mega event Dubai Summer Surprises (DSS) with a bundle of entertainment and sale events starts from Thursday, July 9, and will deliver a diverse and exciting seven weeks of sales, deals, and promotions at Dubai’s malls, attractions and leisure destinations until August 29. With so much fun to be had and great offers to discover, DSS is the perfect time to enjoy wonderful moments with friends and family.
Doctors and nurses, still wearing protective gear, lined up clapping for Hiroaki Fujita as he left the Dubai World Trade Centre which was converted to a 3,000-bed field hospital in April to treat virus patients.