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Mohammed Yaseen, Staff Reporter
The public prosecution referred a Gulf university student to the courts of law on charges of assaulting a civil servant while on duty, using violence and intentionally hitting his 4W vehicle before running away.
According to the investigations, the victim, a policeman, said he was a member of a team formed to investigate a car theft. The perpetrator was identified and found to be staying in a hotel in Dubai.
The victim went to the perpetrator who happened to be in his vehicle. As soon as the victim showed him his military ID, the perpetrator moved fast, hitting the policeman’s vehicle and causing injuries to the policeman as a result of which he had to stop work for 20 days. The court ordered that the defendant continue to be remanded in custody.
In a separate development, the Integrated Transport Centre has announced that a street in Z-1 sector in Mohamed Bin Zayed City in Abu Dhabi will be partially closed for 4 months from Saturday, (Sept.28, 2019) till Friday, (Jan.31, 2020) for maintenance. The centre explained that the closure would include Al Fida Street and that traffic would be temporarily diverted in one direction during the said period.
The centre called on commuters to exercise extreme caution and follow traffic safety guidelines.
An inebriated cleaner bit off a quarter of a female flatmate’s tongue after she foiled his bid to kiss her. He was sued on Thursday.
The Abu Dhabi Appellate Court sentenced a GCC man to one year in prison and fined him Dhs1 million, on charges of hacking the e-mail of a tourism and hotel company, conniving with an anonymous person.
A four-year-old Khaleejiyah girl was raped by her 15-year-old cousin during her stay at her aunt’s home for a week. The girl had to stay at her aunt’s house, because her mother was in hospital for the birth of her brother.
“Without them, we would not have written the letters of our lives.. Without them, our countries would not have advanced in science,”Sheikh Mohammed tweeted on Wednesday.
This was announced by Mohammed Hassan Khalaf, through the "Direct Line" programme, via Sharjah Radio, showing an image of the location of Salem Bin Abdullah Al Owais Mosque.
A trial opened on Wednesday in Spain over a 2013 train derailment that killed 80 passengers and injured 145 others. Prosecutors are seeking four-year prison sentences for the train driver and for a former security director at state-owned rail infrastructure company ADIF.