The building of Dubai Courts in Dubai.
The Dubai Court of Appeal upheld a ruling issued by the Court of First Instance sentencing an Asian to one year in jail to be followed by deportation and fining him Dhs5,000 after being convicted of attempting to murder his Arab colleague with a knife.
The case dated back to last December when a dispute between two men in a sharing accommodation snowballed into a fight. The convict then brought a knife from the kitchen and stabbed the victim once, causing him to be unable to do anything for more than 20 days.
As the convict was charged with assaulting the victim and in the light of the absence of premeditated murder as demonstrated by the fact that the convict meant to hit the victim and not to kill him and stabbed him only once, the Court of Appeal upheld the ruling issued by the Court of First Instance.
The Arab sale executive, 28, was referred to the Dubai Criminal Court over allegations that he employed lies and fraudulent means to swindle Dhs194,243 from the Jordanian female programmer, 29.
An African watchman and his five runaway accomplices were prosecuted and referred to criminal court after they assaulted and robbed two brothers of Dhs2,000 in Dubai.
According to the victim’s testimony in the prosecution’s investigations, the suspect rented her an apartment for Dhs40,000 for a year, which she actually paid for the first year.
An accident nearly turned a circus show in the Russian province of Oryol into a tragedy, after a circus bear attacked a woman who works as a tamer's assistant.
The Ministry of Health and Prevention (MoAHP) will soon start issuing birth certificates through WhatsApp. This was revealed during GITEX Technology Week 2021, where the MoHAP is showcasing a number of smart services.
"There was a lot of people, in my opinion, that should have intervened; somebody should have done something," Bernhardt said. "It speaks to where we are in society; I mean, who would allow something like that to take place? So it’s troubling."
Pictures and footage on Sunday showed people praying side by side, making straight rows of worshippers that are formations revered in performing Muslim prayers, for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic took hold last year.