The authorities in the United Arab Emirates have advised travellers from the country to be careful while using public Wi-Fi networks abroad.
Travel industry experts said that a growing number of establishments including malls, coffee shops, restaurants, hotels and airports are offering free public Wi-Fi hotspots. These connections allow mobile convenience to the users, who can use the internet without additional costs but they might be exposing themselves to hackers.
An Emirati woman died in a car crash after her vehicle caught fire after hitting the back of a truck in Abu Dhabi.
Abu Dhabi Police said that the woman was driving a four-wheel-drive vehicle and crashed into a truck from behind. She was travelling on Yas Road, heading towards Dubai when the accident happened at 5 pm on Monday.
Shezanne Cassim from Woodbury, who was jailed in 2013 the United Arab Emirates while he was living and working in the country, is aiming get pardon and restitution from the UAE. Cassim, who is an American citizen, has been in Woodbury for two years after being released from prison in the UAE. Cassim posted a video to YouTube, which he said was a parody of his life in UAE but the government took another view of the video.
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