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Abu Dhabi Police busts car scam ring

The Abu Dhabi Police has busted a car scam syndicate with the arrest of the criminal gang’s 54 members, who allegedly defrauded investors of up to Dh1.3 billion.

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No car seizures for minor traffic offenses in ‘Year of Giving’

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If you’re not exactly a reckless driver but are still struggling to know the ins and outs of Dubai’s traffic rules, here’s some good news for you.

Khaleej Times reported that upon the directive of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Ruler of Dubai, cars of drivers with non-dangerous traffic offenses will no longer have to be seized.

Cars currently on confiscated by authorities that have served half the imposed confiscation period would reportedly be returned to their owners.

Reckless driving and other dangerous violations like illegal racing, jumping the red signal, speeding and endangering lives of pedestrians and causing damages to other vehicles are still punishable by car seizure, said the report.

The move aligns well with the Emirates’ “Year of Giving,” a pronouncement by President, His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan.

The UAE’s Year of Giving is marked by a month-long humanitarian drive for starving Somalis, the creation of a food bank for the urban poor, and its top ranking in the world as a humanitarian donor.

The UAE is a top donor in terms of its official development assistance extended in relation to its gross national income.

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Rebels seize N. Cotabato school, students

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California police arrest avocado thieves

Three men in California have been charged with theft for selling boxes of avocados from the company they work for and selling them to customers at a lower price.

Rebels seize N. Cotabato school, students

At least 100 members of the Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters (BIFF) stormed an elementary school in North Cotabato Wednesday morning and took some students hostage, according to the military and local police.

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