Saudi Gazette reportRIYADH â Minister of Hajj and Umrah Dr. Tawfiq Al-Rabiah concluded his official visit to the United Arab Emirates during which he discussed with the UAE authorities about a number
LONDON: The UAE has announced that it is working with various international organizations and hospitals to install SpaceXâs Starlink satellite broadband at its field hospital in the Gaza Strip, the Emirates News Agency has reported.
“The Israeli security authorities approved the provision of Starlink services at the UAE’s field hospital operating in Rafah,” Israel’s Communications Ministry said in a statement.
The facility will be equipped with Starlink internet service, facilitating potentially lifesaving medical consultations via real-time video calling.
DUBAI: The veto power that some nations have at the UN Security Council must be democratized to allow other countries to participate in vital decision-making on world affairs, says a conflict-resolution expert.
Speaking to Arab News on Wednesday at the World Governments Summit in Dubai, Ashok Swain, professor of peace and conflict research at Uppsala University, said giving a few countries the power to stop the UN Security Council from taking decisions has deemed the body âuselessâ in ensuring a ceasefire in Gaza.
NEW DELHI:Â Indiaâs Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated on Wednesday the first Hindu temple in Abu Dhabi.
Developed in the desert on 27 acres, the BAPS Hindu Mandir stands off the main highway linking Abu Dhabi to Dubai. It has been constructed from more than 25,000 pieces of pink sandstone from Rajasthan, and white Italian marble carved by artisans in India and assembled in the UAE.
Modi arrived at the site on Wednesday afternoon to perform consecration rituals with the templeâs priests.
Abu Dhabi is hosting the World Conference on Culture and Arts Education from February 13 to 15. Organized by the Department of Culture and Tourism – Abu Dhabi (DCT Abu Dhabi), this three-day event at the
DUBAI: The approach of governments today toward emerging challenges, including the high cost of war, growing fragmentation and de-globalization, and the acceleration of artificial intelligence, will define the future of humanity, the UAEâs Minister of Cabinet Affairs Mohammad Al-Gergawi warned on Monday.
In his opening remarks on the first day of the World Governments Summit in Dubai, Al-Gergawi urged governments to seek global collaboration.
RIYADH: Saudi Minister of Human Resources and Social Development Ahmad Al-Rajhi chaired the Kingdomâs delegation at the seventh ministerial consultative meeting of the Abu Dhabi Dialogue, which was held in Dubai in the UAE on Feb. 10-11.
The meeting, which included Asian labor-sending and labor-receiving countries, drew 16 Gulf and Asian nations and several representatives from international organizations, private sector institutions, and civil society.
Saudi Gazette reportABU DHABI/RIYADH/MANAMA â Five soldiers from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Bahrain have lost their lives in a terrorist attack on a military base in Mogadishu, the capital of
ABU DHABI: Three members of the United Arab EmiratesâÂ armed forces and one Bahraini officer were killed in a âterrorist actâ in Somalia while on a mission to train Somali armed forces, UAEâs defense ministry said on Saturday in a post on X.
The MoD statement said two others were injured in the incident.
Those killed wereÂ involved in training members of theÂ Somali Armed Forces, a program which falls within a military cooperation agreement betweenÂ UAE and Somalia, the statement also said.
Abu Dhabi based Lulu Group has again lent a compassionate hand to the people of Gaza with much needed aid and relief materials. The second batch of aid, consisting of 50 tons of food products, hygiene