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Driver sentenced to 6-month jail time for jumping 12 red lights

A criminal court in Sharjah sentenced a man from another Gulf country to six months in prison after he was found guilty of jumping 12 red lights at a speed of 160 kph during a risky chase by police patrols. The man was accused of ignoring police orders to stop and...

Macau reports first case of SARS-like disease

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Prices of face masks should remain stable- DOH

The Department of Health (DOH) on Wednesday stressed that the prices of face masks should remain unchanged amid the probe on suspected cases of a new strain of coronavirus in the Philippines. DOH Undersecretary and Spokesperson Eric Domingo warned retailers not to...

Egyptian woman tricked by UAE expat into marriage

An Egyptian woman has filed charges against her Jordanian national husband after he allegedly lied about his identity. The woman, who was a widow and with four children, filed a lawsuit against him so she could get a divorce in the Sharia court, says a report from...

US announces cooperation in Expo 2020

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Jan. 16, 20 | 4:40 pm

The US Department of State was pleased to announce its participation for the upcoming Expo 2020 in Dubai.

In an announcement that was released on their website, the US Department emphasized the generosity of the Emirati government.

“This is a historic opportunity for a global audience to experience the US pavilion and Expo 2020 Dubai when it opens its gates in October 2020 for an expected 25 million visits during the six-month-long event,” the department stated.

The US Department of State noted the event was a golden opportunity for the American private sector by showcasing its creativity and innovation, saying “This would open new business partnerships and new markets with corporate leaders from around the world.”

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Driver sentenced to 6-month jail time for jumping 12 red lights

Driver sentenced to 6-month jail time for jumping 12 red lights

A criminal court in Sharjah sentenced a man from another Gulf country to six months in prison after he was found guilty of jumping 12 red lights at a speed of 160 kph during a risky chase by police patrols. The man was accused of ignoring police orders to stop and...

Macau reports first case of SARS-like disease

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Macau confirmed Wednesday its first case of 2019 novel coronavirus (2019-Ncov), which originated in the central Chinese city of Wuhan. The patient is identified as 52-year-old woman who arrived to the gambling hub from Wuhan, the local health bureau reported. “A...

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