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Ministry warns Emiratis living in London to stay cautious


A boy holds a toy gun as police officers stand on duty inside a cordon in East Ham in east London.

Gulf Today, Staff Reporter

The UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation took to their social media account to warn Emiratis living in London to be cautious with their valuables while they step out.

Omani student stabbed to death in London

Ministry spreads positive behaviour

After the unfortunate incident involving the death of an Omani student in London, the Ministry warned citizens staying in and flying to London to be careful.

The shocking attack on the 26-year-old student, Mohammad Bin Abdullah Al Araimi living in London was in an attempt to rob his Rolex watch.

Mohammad Bin Abdullah Al Araimi.

A section of the media also reported that t he Ministry warned the citizens to take care of their valuables and avoid wearing accessories that attract attention.

The Ministry also shared an emergency contact number on their Twitter handle.

Emergency private phone number: 0033144340200.







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