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3 September 2013

The UAE’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in coordination with Turkey authorities, is currently searching for 33-year-old UAE national Jasim Ali Al Shehi, who went missing in Turkey last week.

Jasim, who hails from Ras Al Khaimah, left to Turkey for a minor medical treatment.

According to Uloom Al Dar news bulletin broadcast over Abu Dhabi Al Emarat (Emirates) TV Channel, Jasim Al Shehi went out from the place he stayed, but didn’t return.

Jasim’s brothers had communicated with the UAE Embassy in Turkey, which opened an investigation and has begun looking for the Emirati with the help of Turkish authorities.



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