Sunday, March 29, 2020

Feb 20 20, 10:58 am

WhatsApp gets 40% increase in usage following COVID-19 pandemic

The usage of messaging app WhatsApp has spiked by around 40% since the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, a study showed. In the data released by consulting company Kantar, WhatsApp is currently the most used social media app as people get more keen to stay...

Rent postponed for 6 months at Dubai free zones

Dubai has announced that it will postpone the rent of companies operating in free zones for six months as part of its assistance against coronavirus disease (COVID-19), Khaleej Times reported. Under the directives of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum,...

UAE nurses second Filipino to full recovery from COVID-19

The UAE has continues to nurse its residents back to full health as authorities have reported the second Filipino who has recovered from the virus. As of press time, there are 18 Filipinos who have been reported to have contracted the virus in the country, two of whom...

Authorities nab Filipino mother for torturing own daughter

by | News

Feb. 20, 20 | 10:58 am

Abu Dhabi Police immediately took action upon seeing a viral video of a mother torturing her own child due to marital disputes.

Authorities have arrested the mother, Wednesday, February 19 according to reports from Gulf News.

The report furthered that the Filipina mother herself took videos as she dragged, slapped, and pulled the hair of her daughter as her videos have spread on social media. Authorities have learnt that the mother recently divorced her former Emirati husband, married another Emirati, and that this was her way of getting revenge for her ex-husband.

The ex-husband, who saw the video as it circulated on social media, filed the report with the Abu Dhabi Police.

In a post from the Abu Dhabi Police’s Instagram account, it said that the incident ‘was met with widespread condemnation from Emiratis and residents as the country rejects violence in all forms.’

UAE law guarantees the protection of children from their birth until they reach legal age.

View this post on Instagram

القت #شرطة_أبوظبي القبض على أم تعذب طفلتها بعد انتشار مقاطع فيديو على منصات التواصل الاجتماعي وذلك بسبب خلافات عائلية بين الأم والأب وتم احالتها للنيابة العامة لاتخاذ الاجراءات اللازمة . وأوضحت #شرطة_أبوظبي أن الحادثة قوبلت باستنكار واسع من #المجتمع_الإماراتي المتسامح الذي ينبذ العنف بجميع اشكاله . واكدت عدم التهاون لكل من يلحق الأذى بالأطفال وتتخذ كل مايلزم وفق اجراءات القانون. وذكرت أن دولة الامارات العربية المتحدة سنت قوانين وتشريعات خاصة بالطفل " #قانون_وديمة " رقم 3 لسنة 2016 والذي يضمن حقوق الطفل من لحظة ميلاده حتى بلوغه . #في_أبوظبي #InAbuDhabi #أبوظبي_أمن_وسلامة ‎‏#Abudhabi_safe_and_secure #الإمارات #أبوظبي #شرطة_أبوظبي #أخبار_شرطة_أبوظبي#الإعلام_الأمني ‎‏#UAE #AbuDhabi #ADPolice ‎‏#ADPolice_news ‎‏#security_media

A post shared by Abu Dhabi Police شرطة أبوظبي (@adpolicehq) on

Jobs

Latest News

WhatsApp gets 40% increase in usage following COVID-19 pandemic

WhatsApp gets 40% increase in usage following COVID-19 pandemic

The usage of messaging app WhatsApp has spiked by around 40% since the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, a study showed. In the data released by consulting company Kantar, WhatsApp is currently the most used social media app as people get more keen to stay...

Rent postponed for 6 months at Dubai free zones

Rent postponed for 6 months at Dubai free zones

Dubai has announced that it will postpone the rent of companies operating in free zones for six months as part of its assistance against coronavirus disease (COVID-19), Khaleej Times reported. Under the directives of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum,...

UAE nurses second Filipino to full recovery from COVID-19

UAE nurses second Filipino to full recovery from COVID-19

The UAE has continues to nurse its residents back to full health as authorities have reported the second Filipino who has recovered from the virus. As of press time, there are 18 Filipinos who have been reported to have contracted the virus in the country, two of whom...

Recent posts

We listed over 1,000,000 jobs from United Arab Emirates monthly.

Accomodation option available in the market.

THE FILIPINO TIMES is the biggest and most trusted Filipino newspaper in the UAE.

It has a print run of 60,000 copies and 250,000 readership per week; bolstered by 2.5 million visitors to its website every month. It also has an e-newsletter sent to its 250,000 subscribers every day.

The Filipino Times is FREE and has the widest targeted circulation across the 7 emirates of the UAE.

With more than 2,500 strategic distribution spots, TFT is available where the Filipinos are - at Smart Bus Shelters, Metro Stations, restaurants, supermarkets, schools, airport lounges, Emirates and Etihad Philippine-bound flights, churches, Filipino community events and many more.

THE FILIPINO TIMES. We are where the Filipinos are.

FOLLOW US

SIGN UP FOR NEWSLETTER

BROCHURES

THE FILIPINO TIMES is the biggest and most trusted Filipino newspaper in the UAE.

It has a print run of 60,000 copies and 250,000 readership per week; bolstered by 2.5 million visitors to its website every month. It also has an e-newsletter sent to its 250,000 subscribers every day.

The Filipino Times is FREE and has the widest targeted circulation across the 7 emirates of the UAE.

With more than 2,500 strategic distribution spots, TFT is available where the Filipinos are - at Smart Bus Shelters, Metro Stations, restaurants, supermarkets, schools, airport lounges, Emirates and Etihad Philippine-bound flights, churches, Filipino community events and many more.

THE FILIPINO TIMES. We are where the Filipinos are.

FOLLOW US

SIGN UP FOR NEWSLETTER

BROCHURES

© 2020 The Filipino Times. All rights reserved

Subscribe To Our Newsletter

Join our mailing list to receive the latest news and updates from our team.

You have Successfully Subscribed!

More in News
VIDEO: OFW seeks help after nearly beaten her to death by employer
Published On  February 20, 2020
BREAKING: Japan confirms two deaths from Diamond Princess cruise ship
Published On  February 20, 2020
Taiwan confirms one more case of COVID-19
Published On  February 20, 2020
Close