Lebanese plastic surgeon attacks president of plastic surgery society on board flight to Dubai

Nader Saab performing cosmetic surgery in Lebanon. (AFP)
Updated 11 March 2018
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Lebanese plastic surgeon attacks president of plastic surgery society on board flight to Dubai

DUBAI: A Lebanese plastic surgeon attacked the president of the Lebanese Society of Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery aboard a flight from Beirut to Dubai on Saturday, national news channel LBC reported.
Famous cosmetic surgeon, Nader Saab, physically and verbally attacked Dr. Elie Abdelhak over a report submitted by the society based on the death of one of Saab’s patients.
According to witnesses aboard the flight who spoke to local media, “Saab screamed in the face of Abdulhak, insulted, and beat him, while Abdulhak did not react before Saab returned to his place.”
Abdulhak spoke to Lebanese daily An-Nahar saying: “After the flight attendant handed out breakfast, Saab came and told me: ‘I thank you for the report you made about the death of Al-Qassab,’ to which I replied, ‘I simply did my duty as president of the surgery and beauty association and that’s what I know.’”
“Afterwards, Saab told me ‘I will show you what I will do’ and proceeded to punch me twice in the face. I kept calm in order not to make matters worse and told him to go back to his place,” the doctor added.
Afterwards, Saab issued a statement saying that Abdelhak first came forward and cursed him and his assistant.
Saab was charged with negligence after Farah Al-Qassab died while undergoing liposuction surgery in the cosmetic surgeon’s clinic.
It was not suggested in local reports whether or not the airline or crew got involved in the incident.


US officials seize Egyptian mummy linens coming from Canada

Updated 26 June 2019
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US officials seize Egyptian mummy linens coming from Canada

PORT HURON, Michigan, US: US border officials say they have seized ancient Egyptian mummy linens during enforcement operations at the Blue Water Bridge that connects Michigan with the Canadian province of Ontario.
The US Customs and Border Protection announced Wednesday officers seized a package of five jars containing the artifacts found May 25 on a Canadian mail truck. The truck had been selected for examination at a nearby station in Marysville, Michigan.
Officials say they worked with a Washington-based archaeological organization and determined the artifacts are believed to be from the Ptolemaic Dynasty from 305-30 B.C. Their removal from Egypt appears to be a violation of federal law.
Authorities say they plan to return the artifacts in the near future and are working to determine who is criminally responsible.