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Aya Al Deeb, Staff Reporter
The Abu Dhabi Criminal Court on Wednesday looked into the case of two young Europeans charged with counterfeiting two permits for entry to a government body in Abu Dhabi.
The Public Prosecution charged the two suspects with forging the two permits and presenting them to the security men working for the government body, but the latter suspected the genuineness of the two permits.
During the session, the court presented the false permits before the suspects, who denied knowledge of their existence, and gainsaid the accusation.
The court adjourned the case to Wednesday, Feb.12, for a ruling.
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