Saturday 8 May 2021
Saturday May 08, 2021
Saturday May 8,2021
Please follow the instructions below to allow notifications to be sent from The National
Abu Dhabi, UAESaturday 8 May 2021
Showing 2026 - 2040 results of 2040 for "UAE/Courts"
Seven hundred posters have been placed around areas of old Dubai after a string of complaints about urinating on and near people’s homes.
May 16, 2017
Police say the stones were stolen after one of the suspects watched the safe code being inputted via a surveillance camera.
Last year, DED investigators confiscated 67.7 million counterfeit items worth about Dh1.1 billion.
March 23, 2017
By pouring cash into the coffers of counterfeiters shoppers are supporting criminal gangs, and now police say it could be time to criminalise buying illegal copies.
March 22, 2017
The man who kidnapped, raped and killed eight-year-old Obaida Al Aqrabawi is to be executed after he lost his final appeal at Dubai’s highest court on Monday morning.
February 27, 2017
Residents still in shock after the brutal, unprovoked stabbing on Monday in a ladies toilet near a Waitrose supermarket.
December 5, 2014
Respondents to a YouGov survey, commissioned by The National newspaper, were asked to rank the Emirates in order of their safety with the first place being the safest and the seventh place being the least safe.
September 20, 2014
Businessman Paul Grundy has been told by a court in London that he must pay up or face jail but he says he has never claimed poverty, he just cannot pay amount in lump sum.
July 11, 2014
A survey by The National and Al Aan TV shows almost 40 per cent of UAE parents think it is fine to carry their children on their laps while driving.
September 20, 2013
Transparency of the UAE's courts helps everyone, whether it is understanding the legal process or explaining the process of contentious or controversial cases.
August 30, 2013
There is clearly a long way to go in dealing sensitively with cases of alleged sexual assault, but outsiders would do well to obtain the facts.
July 23, 2013
Take our poll: In the UAE and elsewhere in the Arab world, there are moves to reform the system of blood money.
June 25, 2012
Family law, which involves divorce and child custody, is being reviewed with an eye towards Sharia.
December 11, 2011
Sadly, the UAE is a dangerous place to be a child. We need to develop a culture of safety to make tragic accidents – falls from windows, unprotected children dying in auto accidents – far less common.
September 29, 2011
Despite the important strides taken by the UAE in the area of women's rights, not enough has been done to remove obstacles that prevent women from seeking justice.
January 4, 2011
UAE ambassador: UK travel announcement is 'disappointing for families'
Last-minute Eid holidays: 13 places less than six hours from UAE
Abu Dhabi professor tells of pride at receiving UAE citizenship under new scheme
Saudia airline issues travel guidelines for 38 countries including UAE
Beyond the Headlines: How Covid-19 vaccines shook up the drug industry
Saudia travel guidelines, Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed in Saudi Arabia, 1,954 new cases - The Daily Update
Eid holidays, Emirates recovery, Expo 2020, 1,699 new cases- The Daily Update
Apple in court amid a new era for data: Business Extra podcast
View the paper as it appeared in print
Download the e-reader