The Ajman public prosecution on Sunday referred to criminal court a Bangladeshi man, who stabbed his brother to death with a scissor.The man, 24, attacked his brother in his head over an argument regarding a lost memory card of a camera at their home in Liwara area.The accused, who works as an accountant, had gotten into an argument with his mother after he couldn't find his camera's memory card.When his mother told him she threw it in the trash as she didn't know what it was, and would...
Ajman Police have taken strong exception to a video in which a young Jordanian girl is shown levelling false allegations against police personnel, while sounding warning against any insult directed towards its departments. Police said they received an order from the court to hand over the girl - identified as Maha Ali Telal Mohammed - and her brother to their mother.
A 43-year-old Nigerian man is fighting for his life after he was critically injured when a gas cylinder exploded in the kitchen of his apartment located in Al Butaina area.Police received a call at 5am from the neighbours, who heard the loud sound of the explosion, triggering panic.Police patrols, civil defence personnel, and an ambulance rushed to the site where they found the man lying unconscious amid the debris of the kitchen wall.
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