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A delivery worker faced charges at the Dubai Court of First Instance for allegedly molesting a girl.
According to reports, the 35-year-old inappropriately touched the girl in the lift, on his way to drop a package.
The defendant initially denied the charges and said, he was just asking the girl for directions.
However, the visitors book showed that the man knew where he was going to deliver the goods.
He later admitted to following the girl and asking her about the address, despite knowing it.
Sheikh Mohammed hoped that this beautiful girl would now happily play with her peers and live a normal life.
A businessman and his compatriot colleague who forged paperwork to swindle three cameras have won a judicial pardon at the Dubai Appeals Court
A man who intervened to break a fight between a harasser and a woman’s boyfriend ended up having severe injuries, a jury heard on Monday.
The Criminal Court sentenced him to a suspended three-month prison term and ordered that he be deported.
More than 820 people were injured and about 15,000 people have been evacuated, the agency said. Some have sought refuge in the mountains, while others went to cramped evacuation centres, witnesses said.
Guterres said the world’s leading economies have a special responsibility to support the World Health Organization’s COVAX program to buy and deliver coronavirus vaccines for the world’s poorest people.
After spending more than two months trying to overturn the results of the November election, pushing false conspiracy theories about fraud, Trump’s presence had not been expected at the inauguration.
India, the world’s most populous country after China, has said it may not need to vaccinate all of its 1.35 billion people to create herd immunity. Still, covering even half its population will make it one of the largest immunisation programmes in the world, even if countries like the United States were