A male defendant, a 38-year-old Pakistani, disposed the body in the garbage. The body was found in Al Barahah area of Deira and reported at the Bur Dubai Police station.
Al Zahra Hospital Sharjah celebrated the birth of twenty five babies on the twentieth day of the second month, in twenty-twenty. The nationalities of the newborns varied from Emirati, Syrian, Palestinian, Egyptian, Lebanese and Jordanian.
Parents of babies born on a leap year end up feeling elated with the fact that their babies are different from the others.
During the celebration of the UAE National Day, Bareen International Hospital, a premier healthcare facility in Mohammad Bin Zayed City - Abu Dhabi, had a very special guest arriving and delivered Hamad on UAE’s 48th National Day.
Jad was born with a congenital heart disorder that also required constant monitoring, in addition to having the coronavirus.
The mother was admitted to Al Zahra Hospital Dubai on May 2, with a positive COVID-19 diagnosis and 37 weeks pregnant. The mother is expected to be discharged after the 3rd negative test result for COVID-19. The baby has also been tested for the virus and the results are awaited.
An Emirati woman found her in the bathroom when she went to the washroom.
A six-month pregnant migrant woman delivered twin daughters while the bus in which she was travelling, was passing through the Bareilly district. Born prematurely on Sunday, the babies died within an hour of being born.
Baby Selim Mohamed Elbasyamy was born at 00.01 in good health, weighing 2.9 kg. Blessed parents welcomed their newborn baby on the joyous occasion of Eid Al Fitr on Sunday.