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State of emergency in Japan over

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Airport operations to resume in Dubai from May 27

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Gyms, cinemas to reopen in Dubai from May 27

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Duterte orders probe for overpriced COVID-19 test kits

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Taxi driver arrested in Sharjah for performing road stunts in video

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May. 26, 20 | 12:16 pm

A taxi driver was arrested in Sharjah over a viral video that showed him performing road stunts on a highway.
 
According to Sharjah Police, they identified and nabbed the driver within three hours after the video was released—noting that he was putting people’s lives in jeopardy on one of the external roads of the emirate.
 
The video showed the driver making loud noises and doing stunts with other passengers inside.
 
Sharjah Police has referred him to public prosecution for further action and has published a photo of him (with eyes covered) on social media as a warning to other potential violators.
 

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Taxi driver arrested in Sharjah for performing road stunts in video

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Airport operations to resume in Dubai from May 27

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Gyms, cinemas to reopen in Dubai from May 27

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