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The police took legal measures against them and transferred them to the competent authorities.
Brigadier Abdullah Khadem Sorour, Director of the Bur Dubai Police Station, confirmed that the Dubai Police command and Control Centre received a report on a fight between Asians and Africans.
The police rushed to the scene where it turned out that, according to preliminary investigations, one of the Africans tried to pinch an Asian, which led to a fight involving the use of white weapons.
Brigadier Sorour said Dubai Police arrested the 4 Africans involved in the fight, while the 4 Asians were transferred to hospital for treatment after sustaining minor injuries.
The five-member gang, comprising four men and a woman, all Asians, had entered the country on visit visas.
Amir Faten Mekky , who is wanted by Interpole, is associated with one of the world’s most notorious international criminals Radwan Al Taghi, the head of the “Angels of Death” gang, who was arrested in Dubai in December 2019 and handed over to Holland.
An Asian gang of nine was arrested and referred to criminal court for stealing electric cables and brutally assaulting the security guard at a construction site in Dubai.
Dubai Police nabbed three gang member red handed as they were were trying to fit the smuggled drugs in the bottom of the container in preparation for the final delivery. Dubai Police codenamed the whole operation as ‘the Fridge.’
Guterres said the world’s leading economies have a special responsibility to support the World Health Organization’s COVAX program to buy and deliver coronavirus vaccines for the world’s poorest people.
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