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Women under fire for shaming shoppers over clothing
A group of Emirati women wearing abayas are seen questioning two Arab women wearing clothes that do not cover shoulders and legs in a mall.
Counselling for Nepal quake-affected in Dubai
Residents urged to donate as second earthquake in just 2 weeks hits country
Process of changing Arab stereotypes
In order to change stereotypes of Islam and Muslims, the whole Islamic world has to develop communication with the world, says OIC chief.
500 jobs up for grabs at Fujairah career fair
The three-day exhibition has been organised under the auspices of the Dubai Police General Headquarters.
The show must go on, say Nepali tour operators
Several private tour operators came to reassure people that tours and travel to Nepal can – and must – go on to help the country survive.
Indonesian maids being hired in UAE illegally
Indonesia has banned the hiring of its nationals as housemaids in the UAE since October 2013, yet “thousands” are still coming here illegally, some entering from other countries.
Abu Dhabi International Airport announces new car park services
Al Musbah Group has been named as a new parking concessionaire responsible for a range of airport services including baggage wrapping, the Airport Service Centre and Airport Parking.
Final decision on Schengen Visa exemption for UAE nationals expected today
The exemption will allow Emirati citizens easy access and travel to, and around, 34 European countries which make up the Schengen area
Schengen visa waiver for Emiratis from May 7
Emiratis will need a valid passport to enter any of the Schengen countries, which will be stamped on entering the country.
Follow tips for smooth exit, British expats told
Digital campaign, ‘Checking Out’, encourages British nationals to double check a few things before leaving the UAE and prevent an uninvited jail term.
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