Combination of images taken from the video grab of the incident.
Gulf Today Report
An elementary school in Riyadh made the most exciting surprise for one of its student, Mu’tazz Owayyed Al Hajri. The student who has not seen his father for a long time and did not know he was in Riyadh found his father waiting for him at school.
The student’s father has been on mission to the southern borders for defending the country and its Holy places.
In a video that went viral on social media on Wednesday, a school teacher said he was very impressed by the student’s wish in which he said he missed his father and that what his father was doing was a source of pride and honour to him.
The school management allowed the student’s father to attend the celebration held in the classroom to mark his return, leaving a positive effect on the student.
When the Civil Defence men reached the accident site, one of them recognised the car. To his horror, it turned out to be his father’s vehicle. His two sisters were also inside the vehicle.
The Russian father named Roman Avoninkov, like always dropped his son Maxim, 5, to school in Barsha. But today was something different. Roman chose to wear dinosaur suit. And he went all the way to the school gate to drop his son.
A student, Nahar Khaled Al-Enezi, noticed the situation and with his presence of mind, he took over the wheel — and took control of the situation.
Cases have fallen steadily in some Indian states hit by an initial surge in infections, such as the richest state of Maharashtra and the capital New Delhi, after they imposed stringent lockdowns. Testing rates also at their lowest since Sunday.
The NCOC late last month announced a new set of restrictions including a blanket ban on tourism and inter-provincial transport in an attempt to contain a further rise in already mounting coronavirus cases under the "Stay Home, Stay Safe” strategy.
Sheikh Mohamed and Sheikh Hamad engaged in cordial talk on the development journey the UAE is going through. They recalled the role of the founding leaders to enhance the country's global stature.
The Associated Press said on Saturday it was "shocked and horrified" by an Israeli airstrike that destroyed a building housing the US news agency's Gaza bureau and those of other international news media. The White House said it has cautioned Israel about the importance of protecting independent media.