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Ebola outbreak leaves UAE residents worried
Health entities in the rest of the world have rushed to chalk out plans to prevent the spreading of the virus and ensure the safety of their citizens.
Rulers receive well-wishers
His Highness Shaikh Saud bin Saqr Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Ras Al Khaimah, received a number of Eid Al Fitr well-wishers here at Khuzam Palace on Wednesday.
Abu Dhabi Police ask parents to monitor children
Official warns against the consequences of leaving children unattended in vehicles, which exposes them to potential risks of suffocation.
Mild tremors wake UAE residents from Eid holiday slumber
The NCMS registered an earthquake of magnitude 5.5 on the Richter scale in South Iran, 300 kilometres from Abu Dhabi.
Rehmat Ali: Dubai's ustad of jalebis
Muaz Shabandri meets a maestro who continues to spread sweetness at 71.
Earthquake hits Iran, tremors felt in UAE
'I woke up to a slight tremble. Did we just have an earthquake,' a surfer wrote.
Shaikh Nahyan honours 30 calligraphers
The calligraphers who hail from 11 Arab and Muslim countries handed over the copy of the divine scripture they meticulously reproduced by hand to the Ministry of Culture, Youth and Community Development.
Eid is all about spending time together
Residents find time to celebrate Eid Al Fitr with friends and family.
Service with a smile on holiday
For some, Eid means a welcome holiday, but for many, it means work as usual. Dhanusha Gokulan talks to people behind the scenes who make life go on without a hitch.
Time for prayer, supplication
The faithful in the UAE began Eid celebrations by visiting mosques in the morning.
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