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UAE leaders condole Iranian and Armenian presidents on victims of plane crash

Posted on 16/07/2009

President H.H. Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan has sent cables of condolences to Presidents Mahmoud Ahmadinejad of Iran and Serzh Sargsyan of Armenia on the victims of a plane crash in west of Iran. The president expressed heart-felt condolences to families of the victims and prayed The Almighty to grant them patience and solace. Similar cables of sympathy were dispatched to the Iranian and Armenian presidents by Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai H. H. Sheikh ...  >>MORE

Foreign Ministry issues statement on UAE national child abduction issue in Cairo

Posted on 10/07/2009

An official source from the Foreign Ministry said the ministry was concern and following up the circumstances, which shrouded the issue of kidnapping the UAE national child, Abdul Rahman Saif bin Darwish, with the competent security authorities in Cairo through the UAE Embassy in Egypt. It added that the child was kidnapped on Tuesday, June 30, and was freed through the help from Egyptian citizens in the district. The source noted that "when the embassy in Cairo received a report from the ...  >>MORE

No UAE citizen among the Yemeni plane crash victims - Official

Posted on 01/07/2009

An official source at the Foreign Ministry said that the Yemeni authorities have officially informed the UAE embassy in Sana'a that there are no UAE citizens among the victims of the plane crash. A Yemeni airliner crashed in the Indian Ocean yesterday with 150 people on board. – Emirates News Agency, WAM ...  >>MORE

Charity honours its school counsellors

Posted on 10/06/2009

For many years, Khaled Ezzat was the one person Walid al Zaabi knew he could turn to if he needed guidance or someone he could rely on outside his family. After leaving school in the east coast town of Kalba, Mr al Zaabi enrolled at university to study social work, inspired by his former school counsellor. Mr al Zaabi, 29, later returned to his hometown to join Mr Ezzat as a counsellor at the Abu Ayoub al Ansari School and now guides young people himself. Both men were among more than 600 ...  >>MORE

Quick-thinking Dubai captain foils pirate attack

Posted on 19/05/2009

The Dubai-based Emarat Maritime has praised the master of oil tanker Dubai Princess saying that his evasive actions helped foil an attack by Somali pirates in the Gulf of Aden on Sunday. Captain Syed M. A. Naqvi of the 115,485 dwt (dead weight tonne) tanker increased speed to the maximum and repeatedly changed course when six pirates armed with machine guns and a rocket launcher tried to board the vessel, said Jitendra Misra, Managing Director of the company. Naqvi also ordered the launch of ...  >>MORE

UAE cooperates with the Financial Action Task Force: Al Mazinah

Posted on 23/04/2009

Somali and Aden Bay pirates do not exercise money laundering in Dubai, said Deputy Dubai Police Chief Major General Khamis Mattar Al Mazinah, in a reply to a report published by the British Independent newspaper on Tuesday. The paper claimed that huge ransom money obtained by the pirates against the release of abducted ships and hostages in Somalia and Bay of Aden were being laundered in Dubai and other Gulf countries. It continued that about US$80 million paid as a ransom to the pirates last ...  >>MORE

Seamen bring ashore body of a dead Bryde's Whale

Posted on 20/04/2009

With wounds on its tail, the body of a 9-metre long Bryde's Whale, apparently dead weeks ago, was brought ashore by a team of men working for Abu Dhabi Environment Authority (EAD) and Critical National Infrastructure Authority (CNIA). Director of Biodiversity Department at the EAD Thabit Zahran Al Abdussalam said that the body had started to decompose, which meant that it had succumbed into its wounds a few weeks ago. The whale belonging to the Bryde's family was possibly hit by the fan of a ...  >>MORE

ADCCI launches the digital interactive E-map of Abu Dhabi city

Posted on 19/04/2009

Abu Dhabi Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ADCCI) announced the launch of a new service of digital interactive electronic map of Abu Dhabi city, which is the first of its kind that provides users a long list of features that make optimal use of time. HE Mohammed Rashed Al Hameli, director general of the Chamber, said that Abu Dhabi Chamber of Commerce and Industry through launching of Abu Dhabi electronic map is seeking to serve companies operating in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi and bring ...  >>MORE

He-goat producing milk discovered in Al-Ain

Posted on 18/04/2009

Wonders will never end. A local farmer who was on routine check of his goat pen coincidentally made a startling discovery - a male goat with big and bulky protruding breast that produces milk like a normal she-goat does. According to Khalifa Suwaidan Bakhit Al-Nuaimi, he noticed three days ago a change in the physical structure of one of his he-goats in his pen in Masakin, a suburb of Al'Ain. When he drew closer yesterday to the animal, he was surprise to see that the male organs of the ...  >>MORE

Walking in the air at indoor skydiving centre

Posted on 18/04/2009

Everything is happening so fast and your brain is getting flooded with so many different sensations that there is no time to think about being scared any more. The fear disappears. You are free once you start skydiving. You, however, do not jump from an aircraft and perform acrobatic manoeuvres in the air under free fall before landing by parachute. You will not jump off a cliff either. But you will experience the thrill of bungee jumping and skydiving. You will do it all, but indoors. ...  >>MORE

Mohammed grants land to Zakat Fund

Posted on 16/04/2009

H.H. Gen. Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, has granted a plot of land to the Zakat Fund to build a permanent venue in Abu Dhabi. Sheikh Mohammed announced the gesture at a meeting on Tuesday at Al Bahr Palace with members of the Board of the Fund led by its Chairman Dr. Hadef Al Dhahiri, the Minister of Justice. Sheikh Mohammed was briefed by the Minister on the mission of the Fund and its innovative, ...  >>MORE

Palestinian children arrive in Dubai for medical treatment

Posted on 16/04/2009

Twenty Palestinian children arrived in Dubai yesterday with their escorts to get medical treatment as part of a campaign launched by the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Establishment for Charity and Humanitarian Works (MBRE). Some of the children will undergo operation, while others will receive prosthetic limbs, thanks to the campaign launched by the Foundation, in collaboration with the Palestinian Children Relief Fund (PCRF), a Palestine-based nonprofit organisation. The children were ...  >>MORE

Region's first student-built solar car launched yesterday

Posted on 15/04/2009

Siemens and American University of Sharjah (AUS) yesterday announced the completion of the Siemens Sunchaser, the GCC region's first student-built solar powered car. The car is the result of a collaboration between Siemens LLC, the regional company of the global engineering powerhouse, Siemens AG, and the AUS College of Engineering. Following a sponsorship agreement between Siemens and AUS early last year, eight engineering students from the university set out to design and build a ...  >>MORE

American actor visits Abu Dhabi Rehabilitation Centre

Posted on 15/04/2009

American actor Dennis Haysbert paid on Monday a courtesy visit to the Abu Dhabi Rehabilitation and Care Centre of the Zayed Higher Organisation for Humanitarian Care, Special Needs and Minors Affairs in Abu Dhabi. Dennis Haysbert, best known for his role as President David Palmer in the hit US TV series '24', is in the UAE as a guest of honour at the Gulf Film Festival which will conclude tomorrow in Dubai. Accompanied by the Foundation's Secretary General Mohammed Fadhil Al Hamli, Haysbert ...  >>MORE

UAE citizens in Thailand are safe: FM

Posted on 14/04/2009

UAE citizens in Thailand are well and safe, the UAE Foreign Ministry affirmed yesterday, urging citizens not to travel to the Asian country for the time being until the security situation improves for their own safety. Director of Consular Affairs, Foreign Ministry, Sultan Al Qurtasi, said:' The Foreign Ministry is in continuous contact with the UAE Embassy in Thailand to get assured of the well-being and safety of UAE citizens there amid the security situation the Asian country is ...  >>MORE

Sharjah Mosque inaugurated in Chad

Posted on 13/04/2009

A grand mosque funded and built here in the Chadian capital, Ndjamena, by the Sharjah Government, has been inaugurated. Sheikh Saqr bin Mohammed bin Khalid Al-Qasimi, Secretary General of Sharjah's Department of Awqaf, inaugurated the second biggest mosque in the Central African country. Named "Sharjah Grand Mosque", the about US$1 million mosque, which was built in line with the directive of H.H. Dr. Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammed Al-Qasimi, Supreme Council member and Ruler of Sharjah, has the ...  >>MORE

Philippine President Arroyo in Dubai for labour conference

Posted on 12/04/2009

Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo arrived in Dubai for a conference on employment on Sunday. Minister of Foreign Trade Shaikha Lubna Al Qasimi received Arroyo at the airport. Arroyo is meeting Filipino expatriates in Dubai and with Filipino journalists later on Sunday. She had said her trip to Dubai aims to promote the interests of Filipinos in the UAE. She is expected to head back to Manila on Sunday evening. On Saturday, Arroyo left Thailand and headed to Dubai early after ...  >>MORE

Hamdan at Sandhurst for Zayed's graduation

Posted on 11/04/2009

London: Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai, attended the graduation ceremony of Sheikh Zayed Bin Hamdan Bin Zayed Al Nahyan from The Royal Military Academy Sandhurst (RMAS), in the UK on Thursday. The graduation was also attended by Sheikh Surour Bin Mohammad Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, and Sheikh Hamdan Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister. Sheikh Zayed's graduation was also attended by Sheikh Majid Bin Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Chairman of the Dubai ...  >>MORE

Dubai Attorney General refers suspects in Deyaar case to courts

Posted on 09/04/2009

Dubai Attorney General Essam Al Humaidan has issued an order referring the suspects in the Deyaar case to the Dubai Criminal Court. The accused who were referred to the court included Mohammed Khalfan Kharbash (UAE), Zack Shaheen (US) and the absconding John Dakonha (Indian). The Public Prosecution has charged the suspect Mohammed Khalfan Kharbash with taking possession of public funds, causing harm to interests of the state and assisting the second suspect to seize funds belong to Deyaar ...  >>MORE

Beaded flag a labour of love

Posted on 07/04/2009

It weighs 10 kilos, contains 288,400 beads and it is the ultimate testament to Jeyaraman Ravi's love of the UAE. The Indian expatriate is on the verge of the Guinness World Records after crafting a large beaded UAE flag during just about every minute of his spare time. The arbiters of world milestones have confirmed his handiwork is so unique they have been forced to create a new category of record: largest two-dimensional beadwork. It took Mr Ravi 14 months to weave the flag. He had aimed ...  >>MORE

Umm Kulthum's jewels to glitter at Dubai auction

Posted on 05/04/2009

Following the historic sale in Dubai last year of Umm Kulthum's pearl necklace for US$1.4 million (Dh5.1 million), a small group of her personal jewels will be offered at an auction of jewels and watches organised by Christie's on April 28 in Dubai. The sale will include rare coloured gemstones and exquisite natural pearls alongside watches by Patek Philippe, Breguet, Cartier and Rolex. The sale will be followed by Christie's auction of international modern and contemporary art, which will ...  >>MORE

UAE launches first Mideast Voluntarism Training Academy

Posted on 02/04/2009

The first UAE community and corporate voluntary conference announced the launch of an academy for training social workers, the first of its kind in the Arab World. The announcement took place at the end of the two-day conference which was organised by Zayed Charity Initiative. Dr. Adel Al Shameri, CEO of Zayed Charity Initiative, said the Emirates Community Voluntarism Academy aims to promote the culture of voluntarism and train national volunteers at the hands of chartered local and ...  >>MORE

Mohammed bin Zayed receives Princess Astrid of Belgium

Posted on 01/04/2009

General H.H. Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces received yesterday Princess Astrid, daughter of King Albert II of Belgium, who is currently visiting the UAE as part of the Roll Back Malaria Partnership (RBM). Sheikh Mohammed welcomed Princess Astrid and her accompanying delegation. He discussed with her ways to boost bilateral cooperation between the two countries, particularly in the healthcare fields. Princess ...  >>MORE

UAE expects Russian assistance to unveil mystery of Yamadayev's crime

Posted on 01/04/2009

Dubai Police is expecting the Russian security agencies to cooperate with it to apprehend the criminals who orchestrated the murder of Sulim Yamadayev, the former military commander of Chechnya's Vostok battalion. Yamadayev retired and came to reside in Dubai before four months of his assassination. 'A thread in the hand of Dubai Police could lead to unveil the identity of the murderers. Dubai Police knew that the eldest brother of Yamadayev was assassinated in September 2008 in Russia and no ...  >>MORE

Easier access to Malta for UAE diplomats, special passport holders

Posted on 31/03/2009

UAE citizens who hold diplomatic and special passports will no longer need to apply in advance for visas to enter the State of Malta. The exemption follows a decision by the UAE Cabinet to task the Foreign Ministry with forming a commission to sign Memorandums of Understanding on reciprocal visa exemptions with other countries to facilitate the movement of UAE citizens. – Emirates News Agency, WAM ...  >>MORE

Mohammed Bin Zayed attends 'Poet of Million' contest

Posted on 21/03/2009

HH General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces attended on Thursday, the inaugural episode in the final rounds of the popular poetry contest 'Poet of Million'. The widely acclaimed pan-Arab poetry contest launched by Abu Dhabi Authority for Culture and Heritage (ADACH) is in its third edition. The five poets qualified for the finals are Ziad Bin Hijab, Ayidh Al-Dhafiri, Eida Al-Jahni, Fahd Al Shahrani and Mohammed ...  >>MORE

UAE is important strategic partner of Kazakhstan: President Nazarbayev

Posted on 19/03/2009

President of Kazakhstan, Nursultan Nazarbayev, has praised President H.H. Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed al Nahyan for his wise leadership. He said Sheikh Khalifa is a leader who commands great wisdom and vision. In an exclusive interview to the Emirates News Agency (WAM), The Kazakh President praised the UAE for achieving comprehensive development and attributed those achievements to the wise leadership of Sheikh Khalifa. He said with these great achievements and development, the UAE had become ...  >>MORE

World's third largest Quran sells at book fair

Posted on 19/03/2009

The third largest Quran in the world was sold in Abu Dhabi on Tuesday on the first day of the Abu Dhabi International Book Fair. The manuscript which is 80cm by 120cm was displayed in the Antiquarian Book Fair which is being hosted for the first time at the event. The Quran, which was produced in 1890 in Indonesia, came about as a result of a request from wealthy people in Arabia. Indonesian calligraphers were known at that time for their high quality artwork, Ebergard B. Talke, a German ...  >>MORE

Work proceeding on schedule at ADNEC's ExCeL London venue

Posted on 17/03/2009

Abu Dhabi National Exhibitions Company (ADNEC) has announced that work is proceeding on schedule for the Phase 2 development of its London exhibition complex - ExCeL London. On completion of Phase 2 in Spring 2010, ExCeL London will be significantly larger than any other exhibition centre in the UK capital and will be one of the largest in Europe with a total exhibition floor space of almost 100,000sqm. HE Ali Saeed Bin Harmal Al Dhaheri, ADNEC MD, said, "The acquisition of ExCeL London was ...  >>MORE

ECSSR marks 15th years of excellence

Posted on 09/03/2009

Gearing up to mark its 15th anniversary on March 14, the Emirates Center for Strategic Studies and Research (ECSSR) stands today as one of the leading think-tanks in the region. Through its diverse services, the ECSSR evolves as one of the key drivers for enriching the cultural, educational, social and economic life in the UAE. Propelled by the UAE's wise leadership in an effort to consolidate pillars of a modern state based on institutions that keep abreast with scientific and research ...  >>MORE

Number plate auction fetches Dh44 million

Posted on 23/02/2009

The total revenue from the 14th auction of distinguished number plates, held last Saturday at Emirates Palace Hotel, fetched Dh 44 million. The revenue was 25% more than the previous auction. Organisers said number (8) was sold for Dh8 million, therefore entering the Diamond List of the most expensive 10 numbers in the world. It gained equal footing with number (11) launched by Dubai Police earlier. Colonel Salim Ali Al Shamsi, Director of privatization and Resources Development at Abu Dhabi ...  >>MORE

CNIA spots the sunken ship off Zirco Island in Abu Dhabi

Posted on 15/02/2009

The cargo ship that went missing since Wednesday somewhere between Jebel Dhanna and Al Garnin Island off Abu Dhabi has been determined sunken. The Critical National Infrastructure Authority (CNIA) said that at the end of the intensive search operations it had carried out over the past four days, the officials could mark the location where the ship sank 15 nautical miles off Abu Dhabi's Zirco Island. The cargo ship belonging to Delma Cooperative Society was carrying trucks and cars when it went ...  >>MORE

Swimming area marked in Umm Suqeim 2 beach in Dubai

Posted on 15/02/2009

Dubai Municipality has designated the swimming area in the Um Suqeim Second beach as a measure to ensure the safety of beach-goers. This was stated by Eng. Alya Al Harmoudi, head of the Coastal Zone and Waterways Management Section at the Environment Department of Dubai Municipality, who noted that the move is necessary as beaches in Dubai are regarded as a major attraction for the residents and tourists alike. "There are many people who visit the beaches to swim or just to unwind due to the ...  >>MORE

UAE national researcher completes rare academic study on manuscripts, signatures

Posted on 13/02/2009

UAE national researcher, Ahmed Yusuf Al Hadad, has completed a landmark specialised scientific academic study in criminology on checking manuscripts and signatures worldwide. British Lincoln University described the feat as the first of its kind in the world. The study covers Arab signature techniques. It indicated that the research findings would be effectively used not only in the Arab countries, but also in the West. The University awarded Lt. Colonel Expert Ahmed Yusuf Al Hadad, from ...  >>MORE

Sharjah Ruler attends opening of new AUC campus

Posted on 08/02/2009

H. H. Dr Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, attended yesterday the opening ceremony of the new campus of the American University in Cairo (AUC) in the presence of Egypt's First Lady Suzanne Mubarak. The wife of the Egyptian president presented the UAE leader with the AUC's shield in recognition of his donation for building the Sharjah Gallery at the new US$ 400 million campus. Sheikh Sultan will inaugurate on Sunday the gallery as part of the ...  >>MORE

Mansour Bin Zayed receives Medal of Honour from ICA

Posted on 05/02/2009

The International Council on Archives (ICA) awarded Minister of Presidential Affairs and Chairman of the National Centre for Documentation and Research HH Sheikh Mansour Bin Zayed Al Nahyan its Medal of Honour in recognition of his support to the world archives movement as well as in gratitude for hosting the headquarters of ICA in Abu Dhabi. Sheikh Mansour received the medal from President of International Council on Archives Dr. Ian Wilson at a reception attended by the ICA Board members, ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi becomes headquarters of International Council on Archives

Posted on 03/02/2009

The board of directors of the International Council on Archives (ICA) has approved Abu Dhabi as the headquarters of the organisation. It also approved a number of amendments in the ICA's charter and activity plan for 2009/2010. The ICA board, which started yesterday a three-day meeting at the Al-Raha Beach Hotel, also approved a marketing and promotion plan presented by Dr. Abdullah Al-Reis, Director of the National Centre for Documentation and Research (NCDR), who is also the ICA board ...  >>MORE

People in UAE Happier Than Others: Survey

Posted on 01/02/2009

The people in the UAE continue are more satisfied in the current global conditions as compared to those in many other countries, according to a recent survey. In a 51-country Nielsen Happiness Study by The Nielsen Company, data that emerged suggested that people in the UAE have a lot to be happy about. Men tend to be happier with their physical and mental health, their personal financial situation, their job and career and their relationship with their friends, as compared to women. Women, on ...  >>MORE

Air Wing rescues stranded tourists from Ras Al Khaimah mountain

Posted on 01/02/2009

A group of tourists spent an entire night on a mountain after a police rescue mission failed due to extreme darkness. Two 32-year-old tourists from New Zealand and a 29-year-old tourist from South Africa were in Ras Al Khaimah to climb a mountain. They wanted to enjoy the cool weather after the recent snow fall. Major Saeed Rashid Al Yamahi, who heads the Air Wing at RAK Police, said that his section received a report from the operation room informing them about three stranded tourists on ...  >>MORE

Eight Emirati students vie for Guinness Record

Posted on 27/01/2009

Eight gifted Emirati children on Sunday attained the benchmark for a Guinness world record by solving eight complicated mathematical equations in 5.30 minutes. Each child had to solve one equation. The Guinness World Record Pavilion in Global Village witnessed the record-breaking attempt, in which where eight children, all from the Emirates Talent Association and aged between eight and 13, took part. The attempt was witnessed by Lieutenant-General Dhahi Khalfan Tamim, Commander-in-Chief of ...  >>MORE

Dubai Customs displays collection of endangered animals

Posted on 26/01/2009

DUBAI Customs is displaying a collection of seized endangered animal and bird manufactured products at Emirates Mall for a period of one week from Saturday to Jan.31, as part of its awareness campaign for curbing trade in wildlife species. The campaign aims at raising public awareness about the most important endangered animals, birds and plants whose hunting influences the ecological balance. According to the senior executive and director of Corporate Affairs at Dubai Customs, Abdul-Rahman ...  >>MORE

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UAE leaders condole Iranian and Armenian presidents on victims of plane crash


Foreign Ministry issues statement on UAE national child abduction issue in Cairo


No UAE citizen among the Yemeni plane crash victims - Official


Charity honours its school counsellors


Quick-thinking Dubai captain foils pirate attack


UAE cooperates with the Financial Action Task Force: Al Mazinah


Seamen bring ashore body of a dead Bryde's Whale


ADCCI launches the digital interactive E-map of Abu Dhabi city


He-goat producing milk discovered in Al-Ain


Walking in the air at indoor skydiving centre


Mohammed grants land to Zakat Fund


Palestinian children arrive in Dubai for medical treatment


Region's first student-built solar car launched yesterday


American actor visits Abu Dhabi Rehabilitation Centre


UAE citizens in Thailand are safe: FM


Sharjah Mosque inaugurated in Chad


Philippine President Arroyo in Dubai for labour conference


Hamdan at Sandhurst for Zayed's graduation


Dubai Attorney General refers suspects in Deyaar case to courts


Beaded flag a labour of love


Umm Kulthum's jewels to glitter at Dubai auction


UAE launches first Mideast Voluntarism Training Academy


Mohammed bin Zayed receives Princess Astrid of Belgium


UAE expects Russian assistance to unveil mystery of Yamadayev's crime


Easier access to Malta for UAE diplomats, special passport holders


Mohammed Bin Zayed attends 'Poet of Million' contest


UAE is important strategic partner of Kazakhstan: President Nazarbayev


World's third largest Quran sells at book fair


Work proceeding on schedule at ADNEC's ExCeL London venue


ECSSR marks 15th years of excellence


Number plate auction fetches Dh44 million


CNIA spots the sunken ship off Zirco Island in Abu Dhabi


Swimming area marked in Umm Suqeim 2 beach in Dubai


UAE national researcher completes rare academic study on manuscripts, signatures


Sharjah Ruler attends opening of new AUC campus


Mansour Bin Zayed receives Medal of Honour from ICA


Abu Dhabi becomes headquarters of International Council on Archives


People in UAE Happier Than Others: Survey


Air Wing rescues stranded tourists from Ras Al Khaimah mountain


Eight Emirati students vie for Guinness Record


Dubai Customs displays collection of endangered animals