The investigations revealed that the defendant had planned to rob the victim on retaliatory step and had decided to flee back home on the same day of the incident.
Britain's immigration compliance minister Chris Philp said that stopping the export of undeclared cash from the UK was a vital step in clamping down on organised crime gangs.
The Criminal Court of Dubai on Sunday heard the first session of a case in which two Asians and two Africans have been charged with murdering a security man by the Dubai Public Prosecution.
The Dubai Public Prosecution referred a gang of four Africans and an Asian on visit visas to the Dubai Criminal Court on charges of stealing jewellery estimated at Dhs250,000, Dhs70,000, cheques and private papers from the villa of a Gulf businessman.
The Dubai Public Prosecution referred an Asian woman, 41, to the Dubai Criminal Court on charges of bringing fake sealing stamps of government institutions and banks in the UAE from her native country. The court started hearing the first session of the case.
The Dubai Public Prosecution referred an American man, 26, for importing drugs through mail. Details of the incident date back to last March, when a customs officer suspected a package that was sent under the defendant’s name.
The victim testified that he was lured through a fake online massage service, and discovered that he was tricked later on.
Four Asian employees stood before the Criminal Court of Dubai over the charge of seizing Dhs6 million from the Department of Economic Development by making use of a loophole in the system of licence renewal.
According to lawyer Fatima Al Ali, a Gulf young man met an Arab girl through the HI app, and an hour after their first conversation, they agreed to meet.