It was supposed to be a happy moment, a chance to declare the sex of a soon-to-be-born baby with a blast of color and burst of attention on social media.
A salesman who forged paperwork to swindle parking lots from an Emirati businessman will have to pay a Dhs235, 500 fine, the Dubai Appeals Court ruled.
The Sharjah Misdemeanours court deferred to Nov.20 the case of an Arab charged with beating up his wife and her elderly mother when the mother attempted to defend the daughter, after family disputes.
A taxi driver who dragged a passenger down onto the street and sped away with gifts she was taking to her kids abroad has won a reduced punishment. The Asian defendant, 30, stole three children’s bags, a backpack and a handbag containing sweets,
Two men who summoned a trader for a phone deal and mugged him inside a building’s stairway will spend three years in jail. The Asian dyer, 37, and an unemployed countryman, 45, with the help of fugitive cohorts
The Asian defendant, 23, was on duty at a Dubai airport under a tax refund company when he stole Dhs97,703 value added tax (VAT) refunds belonging to departing tourists.
Two men suspected to have taken part in battering and robbing a labourer at a Dubai street have won a second acquittal at the Dubai Appeals Court.
A watchman connived with a countryman to rob scaffolds from his employer’s construction site over unpaid wages.
Milat, 74, was serving seven consecutive life sentences after being convicted in 1996 of killing two Britons, three Germans and two Australians in a case that made grim headlines around the world.