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Public servant jailed, to be deported for accepting bribe

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Sep. 22, 19 | 2:43 pm

Abu Dhabi’s court of cassation sentenced an expatriate public servant to one year in prison and ordered his deportation from the country after he was found guilty of accepting a bribe, newspapers said on Sunday.

The court of first instance had sentenced the unnamed employee at a government department to three years in prison, prompting him to appeal.

A court of appeals reduced the jail term to one year but kept the deportation order, pushing the defendant to appeal again with the court of cassation, which upheld that sentence and fined him Dh2,000.

Newspapers said the employee was found guilty of accepting a Dh2,000 bribe from another employee to alter a decision barring him from travelling.

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Religious mass gatherings still banned in PH

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Dubai-Abu Dhabi Highway empty for the first time

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New York placed on curfew as looters target high-end stores

New York placed on curfew as looters target high-end stores

New York City has been placed under a new curfew until June 2 following the attack of looters on high-end retail shops. Prior to the newly adjusted curfew—which was set from 8 PM to 5 AM—looters have been targeting upscale stores in Manhattan including Michael Kors,...

LOOK: Abu Dhabi launches portal for move permits

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