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Emirati Employer Jailed 10 Years For Raping Filipina Maid

Emirati Employer Jailed 10 Years For Raping Filipina Maid

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An Emirati sponsor in Dubai who employed a Filipina domestic worker has been sentenced to 10 years in jail after raping her and threatening to physically assault her at his residence, Gulf News reported. The defendant, 62, and employed in the government, has been accused of raping his servant at his villa in Al Ghusais in October. The Filipina maid went directly to the police station to file a complaint where she told the duty police officer that her sponsor had repeatedly raped her after threatening to beat her up. When the police called the Emirati man for questioning, he dismissed the maid’s claims and said that she had fabricated the rape case because he was planning to send her back to her country. The accused told police that the maid had fabricated the case because he was plan
41-Year-Old Filipina Accused Of Forging Passports In Las Vegas

41-Year-Old Filipina Accused Of Forging Passports In Las Vegas

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A 41-year-old Filipina identified as Rachelle Miclat was being accused of forging identification cards and passports in Las Vegas. Nowadays, we can usually see people using fake identification cards and passports being reported by several local news outlets and numerous social media pages. Recently, the YouTube channel “TFCBalitangAmerica” has uploaded a video of a certain Filipina who is accused of passport fraud. Rachelle Miclat is currently under the custody of the authorities for alleged passport fraud in Las Vegas. Detectives recovered printers, ink, multiple fake IDs, multiple passports, and laminating machines in an active forgery lab inside the residence of Miclat. A Nevada driver’s license with an alias of Rachelle Tylo has been also recovered by the detectives
DFA Studies Possible OFW Deployment Ban to Kuwait

DFA Studies Possible OFW Deployment Ban to Kuwait

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MANILA – Foreign Affairs Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano on Friday called on host countries to treat Filipinos well, following the remarks of President Rodrigo Duterte on the possibility of banning the deployment of Filipino workers to Kuwait. "Basically, ang instruction niya sa akin, make it clear to the world Filipinos are happy to work for you, happy to serve you, happy to be in your country. We will endeavor…but treat us humanely, humanely means as human beings," Cayetano said. "We are not property. We are not inanimate things. We are not machines that pagka-sinuwelduhan niyo, pwede na lang ganunin. But we don't want to generalize," he added. Cayetano said the President has asked for the study of the ban's possibility. DFA officials will meet with the Kuwaiti ambassador to raise
Don’t Use this Beauty Cream, Warns Dubai Municipality

Don’t Use this Beauty Cream, Warns Dubai Municipality

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The cream contains mercury, which has a toxic effect on humans. The Dubai Municipality on Wednesday warned the public not to use the Faiza beauty cream since it contains ingredients harmful to humans. The product hasn't been registered in the database of producers either, the municipality warned. In a post on Instagram, the department of health and safety of the Dubai Municipality said the cream contains hydroquinone, which is found in prescription drugs, along with mercury, which has a toxic effect on humans. The municipality has also asked the public to report the product if they see it in the market, along with any advertisements or pamphlets that they may come across, by calling the number 800900. . إدارة الصحة والسلامة في بلدية دبي تهيب بالجمهور الكريم والمستهلكين ع
Man Sexually Assaults Dubai Tourist in Friend’s Car, jailed

Man Sexually Assaults Dubai Tourist in Friend’s Car, jailed

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The Norwegian victim claimed that someone had spiked her drink before the incident. A 33-year-old man, holding a Comoros Islands passport, has been sentenced to six months in jail in Dubai after he was found guilty of sexually assaulting a Norwegian tourist in the back seat of his friend's car. The Court of First Instance also ordered for him to be deported after completing his jail term. The accused had earlier denied the charge in court. According to public prosecution records, the incident took place on December 19, 2016, after the victim's drink had been spiked. A police sergeant said they moved at around 3 pm on December 20, 2016, to a hotel in Al Garhoud after receiving a robbery complaint. "We saw the complainant there. She told us she had met the day before two me...
WTF??? Cruel Saudi Nurses Caught On Video Squashing A Newborn Baby’s Face For Fun

WTF??? Cruel Saudi Nurses Caught On Video Squashing A Newborn Baby’s Face For Fun

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Three nurses at Taif Children’s Hospital in the Mecca Province of southwest Saudi Arabia have been fired after an unsettling video of the trio squashing the head of a newborn baby went viral. In the shocking video, which was posted on YouTube, one of the three cruel nurses can be seen grasping the baby by its neck and forehead wringing and fudging the helpless infant’s face as her two colleagues look on and laugh. The unfortunate baby had been admitted to the children’s hospital for 10 days due to a urinary tract infection. The nurses, who have not been named, were tracked and immediately fired by Saleh Al-Muanis, director of Taif Health Affairs. Their medical licenses have been revoked for compromising the dignity and safety of a newborn child; they are also banned from practicing n
This Terrifying Tool Shows How Much of Your Personal Info Facebook Shares with Strangers

This Terrifying Tool Shows How Much of Your Personal Info Facebook Shares with Strangers

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Almost everyone these days is documenting daily routines and posting self-portraits on social media, but the question is: are we sharing too much? While it is nearly impossible to determine exactly how much of the information you share on Facebook is publicly accessible, Supremo has developed an online tool it claims can tell users how of your personal information Facebook is giving to strangers, advertisers, and criminals. The website warns: “Hi there! Did you know that every single time you visit a website, you reveal information about yourself simply by visiting? Similarly, websites that allow you to log in via Facebook could be collecting all kinds of information if you haven’t properly checked the permissions you’re granting. See what kind of information we can process about you
Four Dubai Expats face trial for Offering Bribe to Get Bank Loans

Four Dubai Expats face trial for Offering Bribe to Get Bank Loans

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They also allegedly submitted forged papers, including a salary certificate. Four men, who allegedly offered a bribe to a bank employee for getting them approval on loans from his administration, have been charged in a Dubai court. Public prosecution records show the four men, two Pakistanis and two Indians, aged between 28 and 45, offered the bank employee 10 per cent of the bank facilities and loans he would help get approved by his administration. They also allegedly submitted forged papers, including a salary certificate falsely stating that one of them - a Pakistani - was working as a sales executive and earning Dh22,500 as monthly salary. They also allegedly forged and used other documents that included a forged copy of a bank statement, a forged copy of an Emirates resident...
Don’t Use this Beauty Cream, Warns Dubai Municipality

Don’t Use this Beauty Cream, Warns Dubai Municipality

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The cream contains mercury, which has a toxic effect on humans. The Dubai Municipality on Wednesday warned the public not to use the Faiza beauty cream since it contains ingredients harmful to humans. The product hasn't been registered in the database of producers either, the municipality warned. In a post on Instagram, the department of health and safety of the Dubai Municipality said the cream contains hydroquinone, which is found in prescription drugs, along with mercury, which has a toxic effect on humans. The municipality has also asked the public to report the product if they see it in the market, along with any advertisements or pamphlets that they may come across, by calling the number 800900. . إدارة الصحة والسلامة في بلدية دبي تهيب بالجمهور الكريم والمستهلكين ع
UAE New Visa Rules for New Jobs

UAE New Visa Rules for New Jobs

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New Rules for UAE Visa applicants has been announced by UAE Coordination Committee stipulating that all those who are looking for UAE work visa will require a good conduct certificate. New UAE Visa Rules and Regulations has been confirmed and is approved by UAE Coordination Committee that take effect from February 4, 2018. A good conduct certificate or a certificate of good conduct will be required for expats (workers) who apply for work visa anywhere in United Arab Emirates. What is Good Conduct Certificate? UAE Good Conduct Certificate or a Certificate of Good Conduct is an important certificate which serves as a proof that the expat has no criminal record, he/she is not involved in any criminal, breach of trust cases or Law violation in his/her home country as well as in UAE d...
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