Cyprus on Friday said Turkey’s actions in sending a drill ship to an area Nicosia has licensed for offshore hydrocarbons exploration was a ‘severe escalation’ of what it said was Ankara’s violations
Article 29 stipulates that the vehicle’s sudden deviation requires the driver to pay a fine of Dhs1,000 and 4 traffic points.
The Abu Dhabi Agriculture and Food Safety Authority (ADAFSA) issued a decision administratively closing two restaurants; namely, ‘Pak Restaurant’ in Madinat Zayed in Al Dhafra Region, which holds trade licence no. CN-1310623, and ‘Al Thana Restaurant’ in Al Ain, which holds trade licence no. CN-1111776, for violating Law No. (2) for 2008 with respect to food in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi and the legislation issued thereunder.
The driver dangerously overtook other vehicles on the right, overtook from the road shoulder, and failed to keep a sufficient safety distance. He caused traffic mess and endangered the safety of drivers, the police said.
The Food Control Department at ADAFSA stated that the administrative closure had come as a result of repeated high-risk violations and the facility's failure to abide by the food safety requirements.
Two Asian drivers, aged 29 and 24, were arrested and prosecuted by Dubai courts for embezzling Dhs21,000 by using the taxi for personal gain.
Jakarta police spokesman Yusri Yunus told a news conference on Friday that Shihab is accused of ignoring measures to curb the spread of COVID-19 by holding an event to commemorate Prophet Muhammad’s (PBUH) birthday
Authorities have apprehended, warned and penalised around 700,000 people since March for violating measures such as ignoring physical distancing and not wearing masks, police data shows.
The two-term prime minister apologised last month for organising an event to celebrate her 60th birthday with 13 family members at a mountain resort in late February, despite a government ban on events attended by more than 10 people.