UAE WOMAN SEEKS DIVORCE BECAUSE HUSBAND IS CHOKING HER WITH 'EXTREME LOVE AND AFFECTION'

A woman in the Arab-emirates/' title='United Arab Emirates News'>United Arab Emirates is seeking a divorce because her husband is too perfect.


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United Arab Emirates:
Arab: Arab people, also known as Arabs and Arabians, are a panethnic group[16] primarily inhabiting Western Asia and North Africa. They are identified as such on one or more of genealogical, linguistic, or cultural grounds,[17] with tribal affiliations, and intra-tribal relationships playing an important