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UAE: 9 Fined Dh10 Million Each Over Fake Digital Currency Trade, Money Laundering

UAE: 9 Fined Dh10 Million Each Over Fake Digital Currency Trade, Money Laundering

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They were also each sentenced to 10 years in jail. A gang of nine has been sentenced to 10 years in jail for money laundering activities and for obtaining Dh18 million through bogus cryptocurrency trade. The court also fined each of the defendants Dh10 million and six companies that were involved in the illegal activities were fined Dh50 million each. The Abu Dhabi Criminal Court, which is committed to looking into money laundering and tax evasion crimes, handed down the sentences after the defendants were found guilty of obtaining the cash through fraudulent means and engaging in money laundering activities. Official court documents stated that the men obtained the cash through use of new technologies. One of the accused who was operating from outside the UAE commun...
UAE Golden Visa: Doctors Can Apply From July 2021 To September 2022

UAE Golden Visa: Doctors Can Apply From July 2021 To September 2022

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Seven centres to be set up across the UAE to take applications. The UAE Government is inviting doctors to apply for the Golden Visa. The first line of defence will be granted the long-term residency in “recognition of their efforts and sacrifices”. The Golden Visa will grant doctors and their families a 10-year residency. All doctors licensed by the UAE health regulatory bodies can apply for the Golden Visa between July 2021 and September 2022 through the website smartservices.ica.gov.ae. Dubai-licensed doctors may apply through smart.gdrfad.gov.ae. The government departments concerned will receive and review the applications before the visas are issued to those who qualify. Moreover, seven centres affiliated to the Federal Authority for Identity and Citizenship will
UAE: India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka Flights Suspended Until At Least August 7, Says Emirates

UAE: India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka Flights Suspended Until At Least August 7, Says Emirates

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Passengers who have connected through these countries in the last 14 days will not be accepted for travel. The suspension on incoming scheduled passenger flights from India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka to the UAE has been extended until at least August 7, Dubai's flagship airline Emirates said in its fresh travel update on the website. Also, passengers who have connected through these countries in the last 14 days will not be accepted for travel from any other point to the UAE, the airline added. UAE nationals, holders of UAE Golden Visas and members of diplomatic missions who comply with updated Covid19 protocols are exempt and may be accepted for travel. Content retrieved from: https://www.khaleejtimes.com/coronavirus-pandemic/uae-india-pakistan-bangladesh-sri-
UAE Aid Accounts For 80% Of Global Response To Covid-Hit Countries

UAE Aid Accounts For 80% Of Global Response To Covid-Hit Countries

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The UAE has dispatched a total of 2,154 tonnes of medical aid. The UAE’s help accounted for 80 per cent of the international aid to countries struggling due to the Covid-19 pandemic, a top official has said. The UAE has dispatched a total of 2,154 tonnes of medical aid; respiratory, screening and personal protection equipment; and testing tools to 135 countries around the world. According to Dr Taher Al Ameri, spokesperson of the National Emergency Crisis and Disaster Management Authority (NCEMA), the UAE has operated 196 medical aid flights. It helped set up six field hospitals in Sudan, Guinea Conakry, Mauritania, Sierra Leone, Lebanon and Jordan. It also set up one fully equipped mobile clinic in Turkmenistan. “About 117 countries received aid from the international
UAE Weather: Mercury To Hit 50°C On A Hot And Hazy Wednesday

UAE Weather: Mercury To Hit 50°C On A Hot And Hazy Wednesday

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Dusty weather to reduce horizontal visibility in parts of the country. The weather in UAE is expected to be hot and hazy on Wednesday, according to the national Met department (NCM). The weather forecast for today is hazy during daytime and partly cloudy at times. Temperatures will tend to increase, touching 50°C in internal areas. Light to moderate winds, freshening at times causing blowing dust and sand reducing the horizontal visibility at times over the exposed areas. The sea will be Slight in the Arabian Gulf and in Oman Sea. Content retrieved from: https://www.khaleejtimes.com/news/weather/uae-weather-mercury-to-hit-50degc-on-a-hot-and-hazy-wednesday
UAE: Two Sentenced To Death For Murder

UAE: Two Sentenced To Death For Murder

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The murder victim was found inside a vehicle at Ghoub in Dibba Al-Fujairah. The Dibba Al-Fujairah Court sentenced two Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) nationals to death after they were found to be guilty of killing a man, who also belonged to the GCC, Al Bayan reported. The body of the murder victim, who was in his late 30s, was found inside a vehicle at Ghoub in Dibba Al-Fujairah, which is located behind a cement factory. Investigations revealed that the victim had died of a gunshot wound. Two suspects were sentenced to death, while others were acquitted by the court. Content retrieved from: https://www.khaleejtimes.com/news/crime-and-courts/uae-two-sentenced-to-death-for-murder  
UAE: What To Do If Your WhatsApp Account Is Hacked

UAE: What To Do If Your WhatsApp Account Is Hacked

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The social media app is one of the most widely used chatting platforms in the UAE and worldwide. The Telecommunications and Digital Government Regulatory Authority (TDRA) in the UAE has issued tips for residents about what to do if their WhatsApp account is hacked. WhatsApp is one of the most widely used chatting platforms in the UAE and worldwide. Scammers, therefore, often try to take advantage of its popularity to hack into accounts and obtain sensitive information. The authority advised residents to immediately send an email to WhatsApp’s technical support team in case they find themselves in such a situation. Hacking victims can email [email protected] and also mention “Lost/Stolen: Please deactivate my account”. Residents have also been asked provide their mobi
UAE: 3 Family Members Die In Fatal Shooting, Killer Arrested

UAE: 3 Family Members Die In Fatal Shooting, Killer Arrested

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He is being referred to the Public Prosecution, authorities said. Abu Dhabi Police have arrested a young man who killed three members of his family using a firearm in Al Ain. All procedures are in process to refer the accused to the Public Prosecution, the authority said. Content retrieved from: https://www.khaleejtimes.com/news/uae-3-family-members-die-in-fatal-shooting-killer-arrested
UAE: India, Pakistan Flights Suspended Until At Least August 2, Says Etihad

UAE: India, Pakistan Flights Suspended Until At Least August 2, Says Etihad

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It further added that the date may be extended, depending on directives by UAE authorities. Flights from India and Pakistan to the UAE will remain suspended until at least August 2, national carrier Etihad Airways said on Monday. The airline's customer service representatives informed passengers of the update on its official social media account. It further added that the date may be extended, depending on directives by UAE authorities. Hi Zahoor, we are not sure yet. Once there are updates, we will post them here: https://t.co/hWA7ZGfiaF. *Sky — Etihad Help (@EtihadHelp) July 26, 2021 @etihad plz can you confirm flight date for pak to uae. Thanks — Malik Waqas Akbar (@MalikWaqasAkba2) July 26, 2021 The airline has asked travellers to stay tuned to its websi
Video: Up To 7 Years Jail For Issuing Threats In UAE

Video: Up To 7 Years Jail For Issuing Threats In UAE

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Anyone who compels another to commit a felony will also be liable to imprisonment, the authority said. The UAE Public Prosecution has explained the penalty for the crime of issuing threats through an educational video published on its social media accounts. The authority said that, according to Article 351 of the Federal Penal Code, anyone who threatens another person, in writing or verbally, to perpetrate a felony against his person or property or against the person or property of others, by attributing or divulging dishonouring matters, where all these are accompanied by a demand or instructions to do or abstain from doing something or if so intended shall be sentenced to imprisonment for a maximum term of seven years. عقوبة جريمة التهديد https://t.co/qKV0IWb9Mm#قانون #ث