A photo symbolizing "love and compassion” of an 85-year-old Brazilian woman getting her first embrace in five months from a nurse through a transparent "hug curtain” has been named the World Press Photo of the Year.
Dubai’s Attorney General Issam Issa Al-Humaidan said on Tuesday that the public prosecution has completed investigations and those accused of public debauchery will be sent back to their countries. Authorities declined further comment.
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Sharjah Police General Command have warned public against circulating photos and videos of the murder of an Arab woman in Sharjah. The police had already revealed the details of the case few days ago.
A newborn's very first look literally seconds after being born has taken social media by storm. The baby looks furiously at the doctor, and Twitteratti can't help laughing.
Sitting alongside their teachers, their faces full of hope, mischief and occasional boredom, thousands of London schoolchildren have been immortalised in a new work by British artist Steve McQueen.
The option will be available to users in Ireland, with a worldwide roll-out planned for the first half of 2020.
In the details, two men sued a person and demanded that he pay them Dhs51,000 as a compensation for the material and moral damages they sustained, and to obligate him to pay the attorney fees and expenses because he breached their privacy by publishing their photos through “Snapchat” and “Tik Tok” applications without their permission.
The clip, which garnered more than 2 million views on Twitter, also revealed that Nusret puts his hand on Messi's shoulder and pulls him back, so that Messi finally agrees to the insistence of the Turkish chef, as the latter was able to take a picture with the Argentine star.