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Mahmoud Mohsen, Staff Reporter
The Sharjah Criminal Court heard the case of seven Asian suspects charged with stealing 218 boxes of clothes from a commercial company after breaking into it at night through breaking the locks.
According to the Public Prosecution investigations, the seven suspects attacked the company on 28 July 2019, broke its door lock and stole 218 clothes boxes.
The suspects from the first to the fourth confessed to the theft while the sixth confessed that he only carried the boxes which he did not know they were stolen, which was confirmed by the other suspects.
The fifth suspect, a warehouse owner, confessed he allowed the suspects to store the boxes inside his warehouse, as a rental, for Dhs2000 per week, stressing he did not know the boxes were stolen.
The court adjourned the case to October 28 to notify the seventh suspect and hear witnesses.
The Sharjah Misdemeanours Court looked into the case of two Arab girls, one of them charged with insult and humiliation.
The Criminal Court in Sharjah has adjourned the case of an Arab man accused of stabbing a compatriot to death, when the latter was attempting to save a woman and her kid from assault of the defendant. The Court requested to hasten the medical report on the mental condition of the defendant, while it determined the next session to hear the witnesses on July 2.
The Public Prosecution in Dubai on Sunday referred a 25-year-old Asian worker and another fugitive to the Criminal Court over assaulting a woman and her husband and stealing their Dhs2,000.
The rapidly changing global communications landscape reinforces the need to create an enabling environment to develop and maintain effective government communication as it influences the reputation of governments and organisations in the international arena, said Chairman of Sharjah Media Council (SMC) Sheikh Sultan Bin Ahmed Al Qasimi.
The debut Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Tolerance Award was presented to three individuals from different parts of the world recognising their outstanding efforts in strengthening the cause of humanitarianism at a glittering ceremony held in Dubai on Wednesday.
UAE residents and tourists have opportunities to learn about Indonesian history and culture as the Sharjah Institute for Heritage (SIH) opened the doors of the decades-old Bait Sheikh Sultan Bin Saqer Al Qasimi Al Gharbi House in Rolla on Tuesday evening for the “Republic of Indonesia Heritage Week.”