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Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
Abu Dhabi Police (ADP) affirmed what was circulated on social media platforms concerning two missing children in the city of Al Ain.
The police stated that the two children were found a short while ago in good health and were handed over to their families.
The father of the two kids previously filed a report to the Al Ain Police Operations Room about his two children, 7 and 12 years old, missing.
He said that they left the house.
Instantly on receiving the report, a search team of investigators and security staff of Al Ain Police Directorate was formed and after wide searches, the two kids were found in Al Ain.
Last week, the Abu Dhabi Police honoured an Arab and an Asian in recognition of their honesty. The two honoured people returned a wallet containing sums of money and official documents to the Transport Security Department in the Criminal Security Sector that they found at the main bus-station in Abu Dhabi.
Highlighting Abu Dhabi Police’s interest in honoring honest people, Major General Mohammed Suhail Al Rashidi, Director of Criminal Security Sector, praised their integrity and sincere efforts in serving the community, noting that their behaviour contributes to consolidating values and customs and hence enhancing security and stability.
The honoured people expressed their happiness about being honoured by the Abu Dhabi Police and stressed their keenness to continue to do good whenever they could.
The meeting was attended by Colonel Khalid Mohammed Al Shehi, Deputy Director of Transport Security Department.
An Asian child, 9 sustained serious injuries after being hit by a vehicle while walking along a public road in Al Naba’ah in Sharjah on his way back from school.
You might think that some parents don’t deserve to have children. Why? Because some often use them (especially if they’re physically or mentally challenged) as props to gain sympathy or inadvertently put them in harm’s way. Whilst the former is reprehensible the latter has to be taken in context.
The round the clock broadcast on 24 FM radio stations launched with the aim of educating drivers of the procedures to be followed before reaching security checkpoints in Abu Dhabi.
Gulf visitors are highly valuable to the UK economy, with over 790,000 Gulf visitors spending £2 billion during their stays in the UK last year.
The Togliatti-Odesa pipeline transporting toxic ammonia was destroyed in a blast.
The UAE expressed its sincere condolences and sympathy to the government and people of the French Republic and to the families of the victims of this heinous crime, as well as its wishes for a speedy recovery for the injured.