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A government employee has been sentenced to six months in jail by Ras Al Khaimah Criminal Court for embezzling Dh104,000.
The female Gulf National forged various promotion permits over several weeks.
According to investigations the woman abused her power as a customer happiness centre worker.
She collected money from different organisers of campaign but issued undocumented papers.
Based on the indictment sheet, the woman was charged with forging documents, making use of counterfeit document and squandering public funds.
Aside being sentenced to jail, the suspect has been fined the sum of Dh104,000.
Two women married to the same man faced trial on charges of exchanging abusive words on WhatsApp in the Ras Al Khaimah Misdemeanour Court.
The Abu Dhabi Court of Appeal sentenced a 35-year-old Asian man, Hassan D.A.A., to ten years in prison, after being convicted by the State Security Prosecution of joining Daesh.
The 33-year-old Indian inappropriately touched and filmed the boy in his family villa.
The Dubai Criminal Court on Sunday started the trial of a gang of three African brothers who stole from several vehicles. The suspects were arrested when they broke the quarter glass of a vehicle and nicked what was inside.
The marathon is organised in collaboration with Dubai Municipality under the slogan "It is good to compete in the World’s Coolest Winter”.
The US Treasury accused Mudalal Khoury in 2015 of "an attempted procurement of ammonium nitrate in late 2013". It sanctioned his brother Imad a year later for engaging in business activities with Mudalal.
The closure is set to be effective from 6 p.m. (1400 GMT) on Monday, it is in line with the country’s effort to curb the spread of coronavirus.
Co-Win, the coordinating app was developed by the Indian government to help healthcare workers manage and monitor the immunisation programme.