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Abu Dhabi Police confiscated 2,750 vehicles in 2021 for violating traffic laws

ABU DHABI: The Abu Dhabi Police (ADP) confiscated 2,750 vehicles in 2021 for violating traffic laws, including those that were heavily modified to increase their speed, causing noise pollution and disturbance. The ADP also warned some motorists about their negative behaviour, especially young motorists who disturb residents and drive recklessly on roads. The ADP’s Traffic […]...Read More

Dh1,000 fine for ignoring school bus ‘STOP’ sign

ABU DHABI: The Abu Dhabi Police, in cooperation with the Integrated Transport Centre and the Emirates Transport Corporation – Abu Dhabi, has activated the radars that will automatically monitor motorists who violate rules by not stopping when “stop” sign arms on school buses are displayed. The Abu Dhabi Police warned motorists to stop when they […]...Read More

Fine up to AED 1 million for acquiring pornographic materials involving Juveniles using IT means

ABU DHABI- The Public Prosecution stated today, through posts on its social media accounts, the penalties for acquiring pornographic materials involving Juveniles. The Public Prosecution explained that, under Article (18) of Federal-Decree Law 5 of 2012 on Combatting Cybercrimes, whoever has deliberately acquired pornographic materials involving juveniles by using an electronic information system or computer […]...Read More

Trump impeached — in a historic ‘twice’

U.S President Donald Trump was impeached by the House for a second time Wednesday — going down as the first in history — after being charged with “incitement of insurrection” over the deadly mob siege at the Capitol that stunned the country last week. In a swift collapse of his final days in office, the […]...Read More

KyoAni arsonist charged with murder of 36 in horrific 2019 blaze

The arsonist behind the horrific 2019 attack on Japan’s Kyoto Animation, in the country’s deadliest violent crime in decades, was charged Wednesday with the murder of 36 people. Shinji Aoba, 42, detained in the aftermath of the July attack, sustained fatal burns himself, and has been under constant medical supervision since. The prosecutors have condemned […]...Read More

Grim ‘Tiger King’ tale prompts big cat safety bill in US

The United States voted Thursday to ban the keeping of big cats as pets, following the grievous light the controversial Netflix documentary Tiger King threw on the issue early 2020, sparking escalating concerns. The Big Cat Public Safety Act, as it has been termed, was passed in the House of Representatives 272 to 114, reeling […]...Read More

Paris streets set aflame as anti ‘police security’ protests take a violent turn

 Violence erupted in Paris on Saturday for the second consecutive weekend at a mass protest against a new security law, with demonstrators clashing with police, vehicles set alight and shop windows smashed. Thousands of people had began marching peacefully in Paris, waving banners that read “France, land of police rights” and “Withdrawal of the security […]...Read More

S.Korea postpones military service for K-pop world stars BTS

The National Assembly passed a bill Tuesday that would allow globally recognized male pop culture artists to postpone their mandatory military duties. The assembly gave the nod to the bill on revising the Military Service Act to grant an exceptional right to defer national defense duties to acclaimed pop artists, such as K-pop megastars BTS, […]...Read More