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A driver is facing trial at the Court of First Instance in Dubai for gropping a woman.
According to the complaint, the incident happened at the beach in Jumeriah on Aug.2.
The defendant allegedly forcibly hugged and inappropriately touched her.
The 32-year-old driver confessed to swimming close to the 42-year old cleaner, but he said he mistaknely touched her thighs.
The case has been adjourned to Sept.18.
A man brandished and threatened to detonate a gas cylinder inside his mother’s villa after she told his visiting friend to leave, a jury heard on Monday.
An insolvent cleaner lurked in a washroom ceiling, filmed his flatmate and publicised the clips in retaliation for the latter’s decision to relocate, a gathering heard on Monday.
A 19-year-old student posed as an employer to lure and abuse a jobseeker at gunpoint, the Dubai Criminal Court heard on Wednesday.
A lifeguard got thumped with a cricket bat during a struggle to rescue his fiancée from rapist robbers, a court heard on Wednesday.
The 57 House members, largely left-leaning Democrats and led by Representative Andre Carson, noted that Shireen Abu Akleh held US citizenship and pointed to divergent accounts on how she died on May 11.
Israeli troops shot and killed a teenage Palestinian boy as clashes erupted when they entered a volatile town in the occupied West Bank early on Saturday, the Palestinian health ministry and local media said.
The ongoing COVID wave, declared last week, has fuelled concerns over a lack of vaccines, inadequate medical infrastructure and a potential food crisis in the country of 25 million, which has refused outside help and kept its borders shut.
A senior Biden administration official told reporters on Saturday that the two leaders will discuss nuclear cooperation and that Washington remains ready for diplomacy with North Korea.