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NCEMA announces masks to be optional outdoors

UAE: Authorities across the Emirates has announced ease on Covid safety rules as daily cases have dropped sharply. Among these one of the key points is that masks have been made optional outdoors, while it is still required in indoor spaces. Additionally, there will ease those around close contacts of Covid-positive cases.  However, the isolation […]...Read More

Cutting edge security capabilities presented at the inaugural World Defence Show in Riyadh

RIYADH: Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT), the U.S.-based global technology leader, will present its vision for 21st-century security capabilities at the inaugural World Defence Show (WDS) in Riyadh. WDS, which will run from March 6 to 9, 2022, is a fully integrated and future-focused defence event that is set to showcase cutting-edge developments from around the […]...Read More

Sharjah Police’s new campaign to enhance traffic awareness among motorists

SHARJAH: The Traffic and Patrols Department at the Sharjah Police General Command launched a traffic awareness campaign in conjunction with the Ministry of Interior’s campaign “Your Commitment to Your Safety” aimed at enhancing traffic awareness among motorists, and demonstrating the importance of adhering to the various traffic regulations that guarantee their safety, lives, and their […]...Read More

ZHO’s Free Flying for Talking Birds festival aims to empower people of determination

ABU DHABI: Zayed Higher Organisation for People of Determination (ZHO) has organised an entertainment event (Free Flying for Talking Birds) at Abu Dhabi Rehabilitation Centre at Al Mafraq city, within the framework of the community partnership between ZHO and the local community, and in conjunction with the month of innovation (UAE Innovates). During the event, […]...Read More

The largest gem opal auctioned in Alaska

A gemstone that’s considered to be one of the largest gem-quality opals in existence, has sold for $143,750 (AED528,008) at an auction in Alaska. The opal, named “Americus Australis,” weighs more than 11,800 carats, as per the house Alaska Premier Auctions & Appraisals that comes with a long history. Until recently, it was held in […]...Read More