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UAE doctors warn that summer itching could indicate serious health issues
Omar Abbas - 1 week

Healthcare professionals said that summer itching should not be ignored since it may be a sign of more significant health problems.

UAE launches covered motorcyclist rest stops in Abu Dhabi
Omar Abbas - 1 week

In a move aimed at improving conditions for delivery drivers in Abu Dhabi, the Joint Traffic Safety Committee, chaired by the Department of Municipalities and Transport, has launched a pioneering initiative. This initiative focuses on establishing...

UAE worshippers express gratitude to government for shortened Friday prayers
Omar Abbas - 1 week

A Dubai citizen named Muzaffar Habib left his nearby workplace at around 1:20 PM on Friday, June 28th to attend the special Jum'uah congregational prayers at a mosque in the Zabeel district.

UAE: 70% of fire-related deaths occur inside residential homes
Omar Abbas - 1 week

Official statistics indicate that a significant majority, 70%, of fatalities resulting from fire incidents within the UAE occur in residential settings, with 56% of all fires originating within homes.

UAE mandates schools to explore alternatives before determining student failure
Omar Abbas - 1 week

Abu Dhabi's private schools have stated their intention to look at other options before deciding to keep students, in line with rules that stress moving on to the next grade or, in extreme circumstances, starting over.

UAE Releases Travel Advisory Following Reports of High Thefts in Six Countries
Omar Abbas - 1 week

The UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs issued a travel advisory on Thursday in response to an increased number of theft incidents reported by Emirati travelers across multiple countries.

UAE urges immediate action to prevent Sudan imminent famine
Omar Abbas - 1 week

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has made a strong plea to the UN Security Council, highlighting the paramount necessity of prompt action to avert an impending famine in Sudan, in a diplomatically significant gesture.

UAE leaders express condolences to Moroccan King on his mother's passing
Omar Abbas - 1 week

In a gesture of profound sympathy, the leadership of the UAE has extended their heartfelt condolences to King Mohammed VI of Morocco following the passing of his mother.

Dubai: Volunteer Doctors Provide Free Treatment to over 300 Patients on Fridays
Omar Abbas - 1 week

A dedicated team of volunteer doctors and nursing staff is providing free medical check-ups and treatments weekly to patients from various parts of the UAE.

UAE sets 6 key aspects for parents in treating & rehabilitating addicted child
Omar Abbas - 1 week

Experts and specialists emphasized the critical role parents play in supporting their sons through the challenges of drug abuse, highlighting six key aspects essential to their involvement.

UAE Doctors caution against exposure to ultraviolet rays
Omar Abbas - 1 week

Specialized doctors have emphasized the dangers of direct sunlight exposure to the eyes, especially during the summer months, which can lead to serious conditions such as photokeratitis, cataracts, macular degeneration, and aging of the eye’s...

UAE: Various Areas Experienced Hail and Rain of Different Intensities
Omar Abbas - 1 week

Various regions in the UAE experienced rainfall of varying intensities, accompanied by hailstones in some areas Yesterday.

UAE: Etihad plans to hire hundreds of new employees in 2024
Omar Abbas - 2 weeks

Etihad Airways, the prestigious national carrier of the UAE, has unveiled ambitious plans to expand its pilot workforce significantly this year.

UAE Police announces the launch of smart bus to combat drug abuse in Abu Dhabi
Omar Abbas - 2 weeks

In a proactive move to tackle drug abuse, the Abu Dhabi Police have rolled out a cutting-edge mobile education unit.

A number of travel agencies provided incorrect visas to illegal Hajj pilgrims
labiba - 2 weeks

According to a representative for the Kingdom's Ministry of Interior, several travel agencies from other nations urged tourists to undertake the Hajj illegally by giving them illegitimate visas to enter Saudi Arabia on Monday.

UAE Doctors Warn of Child Headphone Use Risks for Hearing Loss    
Omar Abbas - 2 weeks

Excessive headphone use among children, particularly while engaged in activities like video gaming, has raised concerns among medical professionals in the UAE about potential hearing damage.

Dubai: A multiple collision on Sheikh Zayed Road, caused traffic disruption
Omar Abbas - 2 weeks

Dubai Police confirmed a multi-vehicle accident on Sheikh Zayed Road, causing traffic congestion near the Last Exit intersection heading towards Abu Dhabi.

Dubai Police launches blood donation campaign to support community health
Omar Abbas - 2 weeks

The "Every Drop with a Pulse" campaign was organized by the Dubai Police General Command in partnership with the Al Qusais Police Station, the Positive Spirit Council, the Dubai Police Health Center, and the Nafi Sports Club.

UAE Launches New Initiative Granting Professors 30-Day Extra Paid Leave
Omar Abbas - 2 weeks

Higher Colleges of Technology (HCT) electrical engineering professor Yaser Qudaih, 52 years old, has jumped at the chance to play the part of a student again. While on leave from his teaching position, Qudaih has sought out internship-style practical...

UAE: A tragic fire in Fujairah home claims the lives of two children
Omar Abbas - 2 weeks

In a heartbreaking incident in Fujairah, two Emirati children, aged 8 and 7, lost their lives due to a fire that engulfed their home.

Sharjah Ruler authorizes new logos for three municipalities within the emirate
Omar Abbas - 2 weeks

Sheikh Dr. Sultan bin Muhammad Al Qasimi, the Ruler of Sharjah and a Member of the Supreme Council, granted approval for new logos for three municipalities in the eastern province.

Dubai ruler unveils Dh30-billion project for rain drainage network
Omar Abbas - 2 weeks

Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, announced the approval of a comprehensive project aimed at upgrading Dubai's rain drainage network.

UAE: Abu Dhabi's seized items sales amounted to 14.4 million dirhams
Omar Abbas - 2 weeks

The proceeds from the sale of the confiscated belongings in Abu Dhabi have reached 14,482,480 dirhams as a result of court orders. The sum encompasses the revenue generated by the sale of antiquities, gold jewelry, 101 automobiles, and 5 boats.

UAE Police alert public on new tactics used by drug dealers to attract new users
Omar Abbas - 2 weeks

The Anti-Narcotics Directorate of Abu Dhabi Police has issued a stern warning about the perilous effects of drugs that induce hallucinations, violence, and erratic behavior among users.

Mohammed bin Rashid announces issuing a decree regarding Dubai Camel Racing Club
Omar Abbas - 2 weeks

His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister, in his role as Ruler of Dubai, issued Decree No. 38  of 2024 concerning the Dubai Camel Racing Club.

UAE launches new Al Ain check-in service for Abu Dhabi airport passengers
Omar Abbas - 2 weeks

A new city check-in service has been inaugurated in Al Ain for passengers traveling from Abu Dhabi's Zayed International Airport.

Saudi Arabia is “more than halfway” towards achieving its Vision 2030 ambitions.
labiba - 2 weeks

The UK-Saudi Sustainable Infrastructure Forum was informed by Saudi Arabia's Minister of Investment, Khalid al-Falih, that the country is "more than halfway" done achieving its Vision 2030 targets.

UAE Pilgrims Return Safely to Homeland After Completing Hajj
Omar Abbas - 3 weeks

The first batch of pilgrims from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) returned home yesterday, marking the conclusion of their Hajj pilgrimage.

UAE Launches New Government Entity to Regulate Private Schools in Ras Al Khaimah
Omar Abbas - 3 weeks

A new government entity will oversee the regulation of private schools in Ras Al Khaimah, as announced on Friday.

UAE Eid Al Adha: Public Park Timings Announced for Abu Dhabi, Dubai, and Sharjah
Omar Abbas - 3 weeks

The Abu Dhabi Department of Municipalities and Transport has announced the operating hours for public parks, community parks, and playgrounds in the emirate during the four-day Eid Al Adha holidays, which span from June 15 to June 18.

Dubai Court announces three important updates regarding divorced parents
Omar Abbas - 3 weeks

The recent easing of travel rules for divorced parents and their children in Dubai comes at an opportune time, coinciding with the onset of the Eid Al Adha holidays and the summer vacation.

UAE strongly condemns Israeli non-stop violations urging immediate ceasefire
Omar Abbas - 4 weeks

In response to the escalating conflict between Israel and Palestine, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has issued a stern condemnation of Israeli violations.

UAE Firms Warn of Fake "Cheaper" Insurance Schemes on Social Media
Omar Abbas - 4 weeks

Insurance brokerage companies are sounding the alarm about scammers posting deals on social media that are too good to be true.

Dubai Government announce early salary disbursement for its employees ahead Eid
Omar Abbas - 1 month

Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed Al Maktoum Accelerates Salary Disbursement for Dubai Government Employees Ahead of Eid Al Adha

Abu Dhabi Police raises awareness on drug dangers for public safety
Omar Abbas - 1 month

In conjunction with the Protocol and Public Relations Department and the Drug Control Department, Abu Dhabi Police recently conducted a lecture. The objective was to increase awareness of the hazards of substance abuse and to develop methods to...

The Human Rights Office criticizes Israel for killing 500 Palestinians
labiba - 1 month

Since the beginning of the Israel-Hamas conflict in Gaza, more than 500 Palestinians have been slain in the West Bank by Israeli security forces and Jewish settlers, according to a report released on Tuesday by the UN human rights office.

There is no clear position from Israel regarding the ceasefire agreement
labiba - 1 month

On Tuesday, Qatar, the mediator, stated that it was awaiting Israel's "clear position" over a potential truce in Gaza and a deal to free the hostages.

UAE introduces Aid Ship from Larnaca Port in Collaboration with USAID for Gaza
Omar Abbas - 1 month

In a joint effort with the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), the UAE has announced the dispatch of a new aid shipment to the Gaza Strip.

UAE and Saudi Arabia unveil joint effort to combat smoking
Omar Abbas - 1 month

As World No-Tobacco Day rolls around on May 31, the UAE's Ministry of Health and Prevention (MoHAP) is issuing a fervent call to action.

UAE: Speeding Tops List of State Road Violations Last Yea
Omar Abbas - 1 month

According to data released by the Ministry of Interior, traffic accidents across the country last year were largely influenced by violations, with exceeding the speed limit being the most prevalent among drivers. This violation led to numerous...