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Drunk Man Threatens to Kill Ex-Wife for Refusing Sex in Dubai

Drunk Man Threatens to Kill Ex-Wife for Refusing Sex in Dubai

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Apart from the criminal threats, he is also facing charges of insult and drinking alcohol without a licence. A 47-year-old Emirati man is standing trial in the Court of First Instance after he allegedly got drunk and threatened to kill his ex-wife and their kids as the woman refused to sleep with him. Apart from the criminal threats, he is also facing charges of insult and drinking alcohol without a licence. The man has also been charged with damaging a public property. Prosecutors accused him of damaging a police car's back door. The woman lodged a complaint against him on March 27 at Bur Dubai police station. The 43-year-old Emirati housewife said after her children went to school, her ex-husband knocked on the living room's door. "He was calling me. I could see from the r...
OFW ID Card is out for Filipinos Across Globe

OFW ID Card is out for Filipinos Across Globe

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ID Card for Overseas Filipino Workers is started rolling out. Thanks to Government of Philippines for such huge achievement, the unified identification card system is a project of the Philippine Department of Labour and Employment (DOLE) firstly launched in July 2017 to replace the current “Exit Pass” (EP) or Overseas Employment Certificate (OEC). The exit pass, which most OFWs would like to be abolished, proves that an overseas Filipino worker has been hired legally and intends to go back to the same employer (company) abroad. The overseas Filipino worker ID entitles Filipino workers to airport and travel tax exemptions levied by the government of Philippine. How to Register for OFW ID: To register, overseas Filipino workers will need to Visit Below Official Site, of and will
UAE Braces for Heavy Rainfall During Weekend

UAE Braces for Heavy Rainfall During Weekend

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The NCEMA also warned about travelling around valleys and dams and urged the public to be cautious about slippery rocks. The National Emergency Crisis and Disaster Management Authority (NCEMA) has completed its preparations for the anticipated weather volatility and instability between December 15 and 18. According to the National Centre of Meteorology (NCM), from Friday, the number of clouds will increase in various areas of the UAE, accompanied by heavy rainfall. "The UAE will be affected by a low-pressure surface area caused by a cold air front from the north, which will gradually increase the level of cloudiness from Friday, including some rain clouds on the northern and eastern regions," the NCM said. High and low-pressure surface areas are forecast to increase between Sat...
Man Falls to Death From Sixth Floor in Sharjah

Man Falls to Death From Sixth Floor in Sharjah

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The police moved the body to the forensic laboratory for autopsy, and collected evidence and fingerprints from the scene. Sharjah Police are investigating the case of a 23-year-old Pakistani man, identified as T. Khan, who fell to his death from the sixth floor of a building on Al Taawun Road on Wednesday afternoon. The police received a call at 1.30pm on Wednesday, informing them about the incident. A team of patrols and forensic experts rushed to the site, where they found the man already dead from severe injuries to his skull, lungs and other parts. The police moved the body to the forensic laboratory for autopsy, and collected evidence and fingerprints from the scene. The case is being investigated by Al Buhaira Police station, to determine if the death is a suicide or caus...
Palestinians Have Right to Jerusalem as Capital: Saudi King

Palestinians Have Right to Jerusalem as Capital: Saudi King

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The King renewed his condemnation of Trump's decision Palestinians have the right to Israeli-annexed east Jerusalem as their capital, Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Salman bin Abdulaziz of Saudi Arabia, said Wednesday, echoing calls at an Islamic summit in Istanbul from which he had stayed away. "The Kingdom has called for a political solution to resolve regional crises, foremost of which is the Palestinian issue and the restoration of the Palestinian people's legitimate rights, including the right to establish their independent state with east Jerusalem as its capital," the King said. Salman's address to the Kingdom's Consultative Council came as the world's main pan-Islamic body held an emergency summit in Istanbul in response to last week's US recognition of occupied J...
Here’s what Pinoys were searching for on Google in 2017

Here’s what Pinoys were searching for on Google in 2017

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Filipinos love to sing along to a catchy hit, so it's no wonder that song lyrics make up most of the top trending searches on Google. Predictably, it was the smash hit "Despacito" that topped the list, which also included Bruno Mars' "Versace on the Floor," the Korean kiddie song "Baby Shark," and Ed Sheeran's "Perfect." Pageant-crazed fans also propelled Miss Universe 2017 to third, ahead of a viral horror story and Xander Ford, formerly Marlou Arizala, who unveiled this year the results of his plastic surgery. Check out the full list below: WATCH: The top 10 trending YouTube PH videos in 2017 Filipinos love singing, but it was dance videos that made up most of this year's list of the top trending YouTube clips in the country. Included are the "Original Baby Shark" video, ...
Experience the Call of the Wild at the New Dubai Safari

Experience the Call of the Wild at the New Dubai Safari

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Khaleej Times gets a sneak peak into the wild attractions of the soon-to-open Dubai Safari The white lioness was only two inches away from me, observing my every move. I was amazed by her majestic appearance and the green surroundings of the place. As she roared loudly, the other lionesses and a lion approached us. My heart jumped out of fear as they ran towards me. Luckily for me, a thick glass wall stood between us. I was not in the wild, but at the new Dubai Safari in Al Warqa 5 on Al Aweer Road. Although the much anticipated Dh1 billion worth new attraction could pass for a traditional African-styled safari - I felt like I was really in Africa! Spread out across 119 hectares, the media was invited on an exclusive tour ahead of the Dubai Safari's grand opening for the pub...
Indian, Filipino Nurses in Jail After Presenting Fake Work Certificates

Indian, Filipino Nurses in Jail After Presenting Fake Work Certificates

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A number of Asian nurses who allegedly presented counterfeit certificates to pad their work experience were detained or were barred from leaving pending investigation in Saudi Arabia. According to Saudi Gazette, the forgery was uncoveredby a team from Ministry of Health during screening process of these nurses, many of whom were from India and the Philippines, to work in primary health centers in various parts of the Kingdom. Some of them were employed in the private sector. While recruits had acquired adequate skill qualifications and posessed genuine academic records, they, however, furnished fabricated experience certificates with longer than actual work duration to boost hiring prospects with the collusion of recruitment agents. It also came to light that in some cases the age...
Rights and Obligations of Domestic Helper Employers in Saudi Arabia

Rights and Obligations of Domestic Helper Employers in Saudi Arabia

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A. The Rights of the Employer Probation period for the domestic labor The parties may agree to place the domestic labor on probation for a period not exceeding (ninety ) days, during which the employer shall ensure the professional competence of the domestic worker and his/her proper personal conduct. In addition, it is not permissible to put the domestic labor on probation for more than once with the same employer, unless the parties agree that the domestic labor shall work in a different profession. Contracting The work relationship between the domestic labor and the employer shall be regulated by a written contract. The Arabic text shall be the prevailing version. The contract and its translation – if any – shall be issued in three copies, with each party retaining a copy
Pinoys in UAE Warned Against Fleeing Debts

Pinoys in UAE Warned Against Fleeing Debts

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Filipinos in the United Arab Emirates have been warned not to flee the country to escape unpaid debts. According to a news report by Gulf News, Philippine Consul-General Paul Raymund Cortes said as many as 20 former Filipino residents in the UAE have been arrested due to failure to pay their loans and other debts during the first five months of 2016. The Filipinos were arrested during transit through Dubai to or from Dubai or within the Gulf region. Cortes added that even a new passport would not prevent debtors from detection. “The moment you fly via any airline that transits in the UAE or GCC country, you can get flagged by the Immigration,” he said. “Your name is already in the system. “Just because you have a new passport does not mean your name is no longer in the system.
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