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30 Syrians out on bail in driving license forgery case - Dotemirates
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30 Syrians out on bail in driving license forgery case

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 20: The Court of Appeals yesterday suspended the execution of the Criminal Court verdict which had sentenced 30 Syrians to a prison term in a forgery case and ordered their release on 100 dinars each bail until the dismissal of the case, reports Al-Anba daily. The case will be looked into on Jan 7, 2019. The Criminal Court earlier sentenced the defendants to three years imprisonment with labor to be followed by deportation after they were accused of falsifying a ‘To Whom It May Concern’ certificate. The suspect had allegedly forged the certificates issued by their embassy...


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09/11/2018

Six fire teams tackle Amghara wood store fire

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 8: Fire broke out in a chalet belonging to a hotel in Al-Bidaa area. No casualties were reported but material losses had incurred. Fire also engulfed a vehicle on King Fahad Expressway near Jabriya area. No casualties were reported, says Al-Seyassah. Meanwhile, six fire teams extinguished a fire that engulfed some wood materials and a container for cables in Amghara Scrapyard and spread over an area of 500 square meters. In a press, the Public Relations and Media Department of Kuwait Fire Service Directorate (KFSD) explained that the Control Room of KFSD dispatched firefighters to the location...
09/11/2018

Sons, daughters steal KD 5 million from sick Kuwaiti father, attempt to murder him

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 8: “My two brothers and two sisters cheated my sick father. They not only forced him to open the safe and took five million dinars but also tried to get rid of him by killing him,” a Kuwaiti woman told the Hawalli security authorities according to Al-Rai newspaper. The security source, quoting the complainant said the four suspects got the father discharged from a private hospital upon their responsibility in spite of the seriousness of his health because he suffers from several diseases. She went on to say, the suspects took the father home and forced him...
09/11/2018

Egyptian smuggling ration items to Egypt

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 8: Customs men at Salmi borders foiled an attempt by one Egyptian to smuggle ration items to Egypt in a heavy duty truck driven by him. The officers recovered the items and took necessary action against him Car Stolen: A citizen filed a complaint at Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh Police Station against an unidentified person who stole his vehicle, reports Al-Seyassah daily. The complainant told police he was surprised when he found his car was missing, so he checked the cameras installed in his house which showed an unidentified person stealing the vehicle. He submitted the video clip to...

UAE issues WhatsApp warning for residents

If you are in the habit of downloading unauthorised versions of popular apps, take heed. The UAE Telecommunications Regulatory Authority has just issued a warning to residents who download unsafe applications with 'special features'.   #????? #attention #????_?????_????????? #aeCERt pic.twitter.com/SbmZgjru3Q - ???? ????? ????????? (@TheUAETRA) November 8, 2018 The warning reads: "Beware of 'WhatsUp Gold' and other third-party applications that claim to include special features. "Such applications are unsafe and threaten your privacy." The popular message application "WhatsApp" has been used in a number of scams and criminal activities. Most recently, a group of hackers posing as members of WhatsApp's support...

Up to Dh500,000 fine for doing this on social media in UAE

Abu Dhabi Police have warned residents that slandering people on social media can be fined up to Dh500,000 and face a 3-year jail term.  Those who engage in such acts face a minimum of Dh250,000 and a 1-year prison sentence, as per Al Roeya report. The community police department also stressed that those who slander an on-duty public official or a public service officer are committing an aggravated crime.  It is very important to protect the dignity of the office of public service and the officers themselves. Proper respect should be accorded to those who assist the public in resolving...

Man denied access to daughter for two years; attacked by ex-wife in UAE

A man has accused his ex-wife and her father of assaulting him in Sharjah.   The Arab man had argued with her after she had refused to allow his court-mandated visitation rights, to see his daughter once a week, for nearly two years.  When he arrived at the social child care center at the social services department in Sharjah, he found his ex-wife and her father waiting for him.  They insulted, slapped and attempted to assault him. The man had received reports that his ex-wife had been neglecting their daughter and refused to give her a vaccination.  Click/tap here to subscribe...