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An electrician has been sentenced to six months in prison by a Dubai Court for groping a five-year old.
The 33-year-old Indian inappropriately touched and filmed the boy in his family villa, while the boy's parent were away.
The defendant initially denied the charges, but he was found guilty and will be deported after completing his jail time.
The case was reported at the Bur Dubai Police station.
The ruling is open for an appeal within 15 days from the issuance date.
The Asian businessman, 55, and supervisor, 43, with the help of fugitives made use of the victims’ financial status to lure them into coming to the UAE with the prospect of better jobs.
The Dubai Public Prosecution referred two female visitors to the Misdemeanors Court on charges of begging people for money. The two women have been arrested and the amounts in their possession, seized.
The Dubai Criminal Court on Sunday heard a case in which two Asians were accused of exchanging assault with one of them attempting to kill the other with a knife.
Al Rifa’a Police Station’s jurisdiction has witnessed a 14.52 per cent drop in alarming crimes, Dubai Police revealed on Thursday.
These are people who have been in close contact with previously confirmed cases of coronavirus.
There are seven “fixed clinics” across the country at the ongoing 10-day Pink Caravan Ride free breast cancer awareness-cum-consultations of the Sharjah-based charity organization Friends of Cancer Patients.
A biotechnologist from Japan said mesenchymal stem cells from the bone marrow of the healthy and the young, cures inflammatory conditions and so far, some illnesses.
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