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Surgeon loses license over botched nose surgery

A surgeon who allegedly performed a botched nose surgery on Emirati Rowdha Al Mouaini had his licence revoked by Dubai Health Authority (DHA). Health authorities said three medical practitioners: a  surgeon, an anaesthetist and an assistant were accused of negligence...

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Man poses as pilot for perks, is arrested

A frequent air traveller tpretending to be a pilot to enjoy preferential treatment at airports has been arrested. Rajan Mahbubani wore the uniform of a Lufthansa pilot apparently to fool airport workers so that he can get through security lanes and enjoy ugrades on...

PAL plane catches fire in midair, goes emergency landing

Philippine Airlines has confirmed that its flight PR113 which took off from Los Angeles Airport (LAX) bound for Manila landed safely back to LAX after one of its engines suffered a technical problem and spewed fire. "All 342 passengers and 18 crew members are safe and...

Three girls saved from burning villa in Dubai

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Three girls were saved by emergency responders of Dubai in a burning villa in Al Manara last week.

The paramedic and ambulance driver from Dubai Corporation for Ambulance Services rescued an Emirati woman, her grandmother and a maid from the villa.

“We arrived at the scene to find five family members outside the villa screaming and asking for help. All of them were pointing to the villa, saying three people were still trapped inside,” The National quoted Salem Al Marzouqi, one of the paramedics, as saying.

“I rushed to help the maid, who was stuck on the balcony and screaming for help. Mr Abadi (the driver) carried the child and took her outside the burning villa,” he added.

The three sustained minor injuries and suffered smoke inhalation from the incident.

They were taken to Rashid Hospital.

“We couldn’t wait, as a minute makes a huge difference in saving a person’s life,” Mr Mohsen said, referring to the recent rescue.

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