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Sohaila Ahmed, Staff Reporter
A 38-year-old Asian visitor was arrested and referred to criminal court on drug trafficking charges for smuggling 258g of heroin into the country.
The incident dates back to last September, when police got a tip off about the defendant’s drug activities and planned an ambush to arrest him.
The arrest plan was successful and the defendant was caught in possession of heroin capsules, weighing 258g.
Maximum punishment is expected for the defendant according to the major felony he had committed.
The decomposed remains were found at sea, and experts of the General Department of Forensics and Criminology at Dubai Police have successfully utilised forensic 3D facial reconstruction technologies to help update the case of unidentified human remains.
A gang of three Asians was imprisoned and referred to criminal court on robbery charges for stealing electric cables worth Dhs122,000, from a Dubai construction company.
Official records indicate that the victim was coming out of an exchange after withdrawing the money when he was suddenly attacked by two of the defendants.
An Asian worker was sentenced by Dubai Courts to two years in jail followed by deportation for brutally assaulting a man and causing permanent disability to him with the help of runaway accomplices.
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The authority said “It was decided to adjust the speed of the Wadi Madiq-Sharjah road, from 80 km/h, to 100 km/h, due to the smoothness of the road, and its absence of residential communities and nearby urban centers, where speed may pose a danger.”
Prime Minister Scott Morrison conceded defeat after an election on Saturday and the opposition Labor Party was set to end almost a decade of conservative rule, possibly with the support of pro-environment independents.
Sunak and his Indian wife Akshata Murty, whose father co-founded the IT behemoth Infosys, made the annual list for the first time with their joint £730 million ($911 million) fortune.