Dubai: A Dubai girl has been elected vice president of finance for a student body for community colleges representing 2. Fiza Syed, a year-old Pakistani born and raised in Dubai, was elected after taking the lead by 10 votes in an online poll last month to receive her winning 43 votes from 76 delegates. She won the elections for the Student Senate for California Community Colleges SSCCC , which gives students a voice in the formation of state policies that have a significant impact on students. Especially during the pandemic, persistent issues such as housing insecurity and food insecurity have only been exacerbated. Historically, community colleges have been underfunded and their students underrepresented, according to Fiza.
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Those involved in naked photo shoot in Dubai to be deported
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates -- Those involved in a naked photo shoot on a high-rise balcony in Dubai will be deported, authorities said Tuesday, after the footage went viral and prompted a crackdown in the Gulf Arab sheikhdom. Dubai authorities detained at least 11 Ukrainian women who posed naked in broad daylight along with a male Russian photographer on charges of public debauchery and producing pornography. Earlier this week, images and videos of the naked women splattered across social media and sent a wave of shock through the emirate, where a legal code based on Islamic law, or Shariah, has landed foreigners in jail for tamer offenses. Dubai police have declined to identify those detained.
The British head of a professional soccer team, David Haigh , was ordered jailed for seven months for a tweet that he says could not have been from him — since he was already in jail without a phone. An Australian aid worker living in Dubai, Scott Richards, was locked up for trying to raise money to buy blankets for freezing Afghan children, because he was not part of a recognized charity. Dubai, one of the seven United Arab Emirates, portrays itself as welcoming to foreigners.