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Two Bangladeshi nationals, a man and a woman have been sentenced to seven years in jail by the Dubai Court of First Instance on Thursday for human trafficking charge.
The duo lured a girl into travelling to Dubai under the pretext of working as a hair dresser in a saloon but they forced her into prostitution.
The duo used a forged passport, which had an older age to bring the 16-year old victim into the UAE.
The victim was locked up in an apartment in Al Muttena and forced to meet men for paid sex.
According to authorities the victim is in mental trauma due to what she had endured.
The 33-year-old Indian inappropriately touched and filmed the boy in his family villa.
A cleaner is facing charges at the Dubai Court of First Instance for allegedly raping his colleague.
A cleaner is facing murder charges of stabbing his colleague to death, at the Dubai Court of First Instance.
An Employee of the General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners' Affairs stood trial at the Dubai Court of First Instance for allegedly forging a passport.
Communication is vital in achieving sustainability as well as long-lasting relationships and how this is conveyed, speaks volumes. This was the message in the keynote speech of Sharjah Government Media Bureau (SGMB) Director General Tariq Saeed Allay at 11th annual edition of the International Government Communication Forum (IGCF), ongoing at the Expo Centre Sharjah.
The missiles are believed to be handed over to Ukraine army to help the war-torn country in it's battle against Russia.
In the video, which is reportedly shot in the Amaria town of Pilibhit district, a man identified as Noushad can be seen hanging precariously on the wires and doing all sort of stunts.
The hospital handed a death certificate to the man's family, but the family members refused to believe his death, and instead of burying him, they brought him home and looked after him, as if he would wake up later.