'We do not want to see our location [coming up on social media] on photos of girls in semi-naked and erotic poses.
Let the photograph simply state the location as Dubai.'Defending her social media posts, Ms Kalashnikova said: 'Personally I do not publish inappropriate pictures, and here I mean half-naked photos.
The woman was found undressed and dead, behind one of the bus stops here facing the buildings of Dubai Court and Public Prosecution.
It has been established from the primary and onsite investigations, that the woman was raped and then killed."“As part of the ordinary procedures in such cases, prosecutors have instructed law enforcement officers to check all the footages of CCTV and surveillance cameras in the area where the woman’s body was found.
The VIP program spanned the Gulf, from major international museum shows to exclusive preview and curator-led tours of collectors' homes, artists' studios and curator-led tours. Apart from the Global Art Forum, the non-profit program also includes The Abraaj Group Art Prize, the only prize in the MENASA region awarding artists on the basis of submitted proposals to a guest curated exhibition. The main reason, however, for the influx of attendees to Art Week prevalent throughout the region, was the belly of the fair itself, adroitly developed over the years by Fair Director Antonia Carver and housed at Madinat Jumeirah (there were four thousand revellers on the rather heady opening night, according to ex-pat Brit Ben Floyd, CEO and founder of Art Dubai - but we could still see the art).
If censorship exists, which according to Floyd it does, then it is not too evident.
More than one suspect is believed to be involved in this case.”A law enforcement officer told Gulf News: “Initially there were rumours that one woman was found dead and another woman was left in front of a hospital nearby after she was brutally beaten, raped and left naked.
Police are investigating after finding the body of a woman behind a bus stop near Dubai Courts in the early hours of Thursday morning.“Police have been very forthcoming and are treating this as a medical case,” he said.Tscherner said he had been to visit the man in the hospital, adding that he appears to be in good health, but said officials are still trying to locate his passport.A spokesman for the hotel said: 'This is an Arab country.We have had a lot of complaints from families with children.