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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...
53-Year-Old Indian Falls To Death From 10th Floor in Sharjah

53-Year-Old Indian Falls To Death From 10th Floor in Sharjah

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The police held several people who were found living in the same apartment. Sharjah Police are investigating the case of a 53-year-old Indian, identified as Sh. J, who fell to his death from the 10th floor of a building on King Faisal Road. Police received a call at 9.30am on Sunday at the operation room informing them about the incident. A team of patrols and forensic experts rushed to the site where they found that the man had already died due to severe injuries to his skull, lungs and various parts of the body. Police immediately shifted the body to the forensic laboratory for autopsy. The team collected the evidence and fingerprints from the scene and held several people who were found living in the same apartment. Police said that they are probing the death and can't say i...
Rapist, killer of 11-year-old Abu Dhabi boy gets death sentence

Rapist, killer of 11-year-old Abu Dhabi boy gets death sentence

UAE
The court has also ordered the killer to pay Dh200,000 in compensation to the child's family. The Pakistani man accused of strangling an 11-year-old boy to death after raping him at the rooftop of their Abu Dhabi building has been sentenced to death. The Abu Dhabi Criminal Court of First Instance on Monday morning handed out the execution sentence to the 33-year-old man after he was found guilty of murder, rape and a number of other charges. The court has also ordered the killer to pay Dh200,000 in compensation to the child's family for what they have gone through for the loss of their child. The Pakistani boy, identified as Azan Majid, was found missing on June 1, 2017, after he went to a nearby mosque to pray. His body was found the next day at the rooftop of the building on ...
Filipina Charged For Faking Death of Husband in Philippines to Marry HK Man

Filipina Charged For Faking Death of Husband in Philippines to Marry HK Man

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A Filipina who previously worked as a domestic worker in Hong Kong has been charged after it was discovered that her husband in the Philippines was still alive and she was not a widow as she declared when she married a Hong Kong man. For over 22 years, TG Lam lived as a Hong Kong resident after her marriage with a local man and bearing a child with him. But on Oct 16, she pleaded guilty at Shatin Magistrates’ Courts to the offense of signing a false notice for the purpose of procuring a marriage. The prosecution said Lam misled the Hong Kong Immigration Department when she declared she was a widow so she could marry a Hong Kong man. Lam first arrived in Hong Kong to work as a domestic helper. In 1994, she married a Hong Kong resident, became a permanent resident and gave birth
Family Doubts Illness Caused Death of Filipina Helper in Saudi Arabia

Family Doubts Illness Caused Death of Filipina Helper in Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia
The family of a Filipina who died of an illness in Saudi Arabia expressed doubts after bruises were found in the body. The remains of Ana Fe Velasco Bania arrived in the Philippines Nov 2 from Saudi Arabia. She passed away Sep 29. Bania left the Philippines last year to work in Riyadh. Her employment contract was supposed to end in December and she reportedly wanted to return home. But it wasn’t meant to be. The death certificate of Bania, 38, indicated that she succumbed to stroke or acute cerebrovascular accident that caused her death. However, her family wasn’t convinced that it was the cause of her death. On Oct 4, Bania’s husband Ferdinand received a video message from her friend that she was seeking help as she was unwell and maltreated by her employer. “Naawa po
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