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Employees in UAE to be screened twice a day

Employees in UAE to be screened twice a day

Companies are required to install screening areas at entrance of offices and accommodation to check their staff and individuals who might have symptoms of COVID-19 under the new work distance policy. Employees will be screened twice daily, in the morning before they...

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Four killed, 2 wounded in Southern California stabbing spree

Four killed, 2 wounded in Southern California stabbing spree

A man fatally stabbed four persons and wounded two others in Southern California. Police were able to arrest the suspect inside his car that was parked outside a 7-Eleven convenience store. Authorities withheld the suspect’s identity. Lt. Carl Whitney of the Garden...

Foul smell leads to dead body

Foul smell leads to dead body

A foul smell from an apartment in a building in Kuwait led authorities to find the remains of a local man apparently from a drug overdose. The watchman at the building in the capital Kuwait City phoned the police to report a bad smell coming from the flat for three...

Asian caught with drugs claims he’s only a “messenger”

Asian caught with drugs claims he’s only a “messenger”

An Asian man caught trying to smuggle drugs to Bahrain told court that the stuff does not belong to him and that he was only acting as a messenger. Customs men at Manama Airport found several plastic bags containing drugs in the man’s bag and a small amount concealed...

Saudi to enforce this penalty against fine defaulters

Saudi to enforce this penalty against fine defaulters

Saudi Arabia has decided to stop all traffic services to drivers who fail to pay their fines within six months, newspapers reported on Friday. Motorists who pile up traffic fines of at least SR20,000 ($5,400) or who fail to pay their fines within a maximum period of 6...

DUBAI: Speeding violations reach over 260,000 in 6 months

Dubai Police revealed that speeding is at the top of traffic violations during the first half of 2018. Brigadier Saif Muhair Al Mazrouei, director of traffic department at Dubai Police, said many drivers continue to speed despite awareness campaigns this year,...

Lulu opens 148th store at World Trade Center in Abu Dhabi

ABU DHABI: OFWs seeking to find great deals for their monthly groceries and even to fill their balikbayan boxes can now visit the newest Lulu Hypermarket located at the Mall at the World Trade Center in Abu Dhabi (WTCAD) that opened its doors on July 2. This is LuLu’s...

Mindanaoans satisfied with Duterte’s performance

In the latest survey conducted by the Social Weather Station, 84% of Filipinos in Mindanao are still satisfied with President Rodrigo Duterte’s performance; only 8% of the sample respondents are dissatisfied. According to the grading system, scores above +70 are...

UAE reunites abandoned OFW baby with mum in PH

DUBAI: An abandoned baby girl was finally reunited with her mum, an overseas Filipino worker (OFW) deported several months ago, following exhaustive efforts by the UAE government’s Community Development Authority in Dubai (CDA) to locate her in the Philippines on the...

300 confiscated luxury cars up for auction in Dubai

Dubai Police will put more than 300 unclaimed vehicles confiscated by authorities in different parts of the UAE up for auction. These seized vehicles include including BMW, Jaguar and Mercedes; most of which were confiscated in Dubai, reported Khaleej Times. The...

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