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Sohaila Ahmed, Staff Reporter
Five African men were acquitted by the Dubai criminal court of an assault charge that was filed against them by an Asian man in Dubai.
Official records indicate that the Asian victim had filed a robbery report, stating that he was attacked in a parking lot by 6 or more African men, who beat him up and stole Dhs14,000 from him.
The victim was coming out of a bank after withdrawing the money and was attacked by a gang who robbed all the money he was carrying.
He mentioned that he was threatened with a knife and surrounded by the gang members until they stole the money and fled in a vehicle.
The Dubai Appeals Court has upheld the ruling of a lower court that had sentenced an African cleaner to a year in prison, and a Dhs1,000 fine for robbing his colleague.
An Asian gang of three members, aged 20, 26 and 30, was arrested and referred to criminal court for committing a robbery at a home and terrorising European mother and daughter with a weapon.
Dubai Criminal Court prosecuted three Arab men on robbery charges, and sentenced them to 3 months in jail, followed by deportation and a Dhs700 fine each.
A salesman lost Dhs1.8 million to muggers during a meeting to purchase phone recharge cards at ‘a very low’ price, a court head on Wednesday.
The Public Prosecution rejected a lawsuit against a suspect who went to the police station to deliver innerwear and personal items to one of the detainees who was convicted in a drug case.
The UAE has emerged as top destinations for ‘safe tourism’ with a demand rising from inside and outside the country, authorities disclosed on Tuesday during weekly briefing on virus situation in the country.
A total of 2,154 tons of medical aid, respiratory equipment, screening equipment, personal protection equipment and detection tests sent to 135 countries around the world.
Qureshi told Prince Faisal during a joint news conference that Pakistani workers are facing challenges, you know the travel restrictions and you know the issues of vaccination. Saudi Arabia, which bans direct flights from Pakistan, only approved the AstraZeneca, Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson and Johnson vaccines.