Police said that the woman opened fire on her ex-husband, Wali Muhammad, following a domestic dispute. It emerged that Wali Muhammad had divorced his first wife, Shaheen, in 2013. The slain man kept his three wives in the same house.
The Supreme Federal Court upheld an appellate court verdict obliging a company to pay a former financial manager who worked for it Dhs400,400, an end-of-service reward and a return ticket to his home country.
An official source in the Oversight and Anti-Corruption Authority stated that the authority, with the cooperation of the Saudi Central Bank, has initiated procedures on the issue.
The company found out that 180 receipts were forged during a span of 4 years, which enabled the defendants to embezzle Dhs818,000 without getting caught.
The defendant and his accomplices managed to embezzle Dhs750,000 and stole laptops and phones from the victim company.
The Dubai Public Prosecution referred a GCC and an Arab , one of them is at large, to the Criminal Court, on charges of facilitating drug abuse for an Asian who is referred to a misdemeanour court.
The two of them left the shop and returned after two hours with a fake $1,000 note to buy phones, watches and perfumes.
Official records point out that the defendants had issued 10 numbers from a telecommunications company, using the forged government contracts, and used them to send out scam messages to steal the targeted victims’ money.
The Court also ordered the seizure of the proceeds of the money laundering crime and the property of equivalent value, sentenced the two accused to pay an amount of Dhs501,000 as temporary compensation for the two companies claiming civil rights.