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USA Basketball Men’s National Team Arrives in Abu Dhabi for Olympic Preparations

The athletes were warmly welcomed by Mohamed Khalifa Al Mubarak, Chairman of the Department of Culture and Tourism – Abu Dhabi, who expressed enthusiasm about hosting such a prestigious team

The High Cost of Low Prices: Undercutting leads to Citizenship Delays

These lower prices can lead to longer wait times and might extend to forever. Essentially, if the cost of a citizenship by investment program seems unusually cheap, there's a high likelihood that it's a scam

Elon Musk resurrects Alex Jones on X Platform: User poll sparks controversy

Musk, known for his active engagement with users on his platforms, responded to a query on Saturday about the potential reinstatement of Alex Jones' account, stating, "The people have had their say, and it will be done"

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Abu Dhabi Police conducts training courses in 13 districts to empower small Businesses

A training program has been carried out by the Directorate of Criminal and Reformal Institutions in the Community Security Sector for 13 (thirteen) districts over two days to enable them to start small businesses and startups after release.

Etihad confirms change in schedule of first flight ‘EY26’ due to Heathrow limitations

Tourists to the United Kingdom this summer should prepare for months of possible disruptions and alterations in flight schedules due to a cap introduced on the number of passengers at London's Heathrow airport.

PM Philip J Pierre attends military parade in celebration of 44th Independence Anniversary of Saint Lucia

Saint Lucia: The Prime Minister of Saint Lucia, Philip J Pierre, has recently joined the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force during a Military Parade conducted as part of the honouring of the forty-fourth (44th) Independence Anniversary of Saint Lucia.

Dubai: Fire outburst in Al Nahda building left residents abandoned

Al Nahda building caught fire on Saturday; the residents of the building remain abandoned and are researching alternative accommodation.

Dutch Footballer Quincy Promes Arrested Again in Dubai

Promes, a former Ajax player, had been initially detained late last month in connection with a hit-and-run car crash. However, his troubles escalate due to a drug trafficking conviction in February in his home country, making him a wanted man

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UAE authorities to announce fuel prices for October month

The UAE is likely to announce the fuel prices for October today or tomorrow to bring local fuel rates in line with global prices.

Dubai: Gulf countries warns Netflix to censor content violating Islamic standards

Dubai and other Gulf countries warned Netflix, asking to pull down the content on the OTT platform and violating Islamic and societal standards. Gulf Arab...

Ensuring Vehicle Safety Amid Soaring Summer Temperatures: Experts’ Advice and Precautions

Sam Malins, Group CEO of Reaction Fire Suppression, emphasized the critical role of regular vehicle servicing in preventing fires. "Neglected engine compartments pose a significant risk," Malins warned, advising motorists to heed manufacturer recalls promptly and maintain essential fluid levels such as oil and water

Dominica: Meritta Hyacinth becomes 64th President of JCI West Indies, PM Skerrit congratulates

Prime Minister of Dominica Roosevelt Skerrit congratulated Meritta Hyacinth for becoming the 64th President of JCI West Indies.

Vodafone shares rise by 4% after UAE bases E& group buy 9.8% stake

Shares of Vodafone company (VOD.L) has jumped by 4% in early trade on Monday, 16 May, after the United Arab Emirates-based telecoms company e& (ETISALAT.AD) disclosed that it had purchased a 9.8% stake in the British mobile operator.
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