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    PRINCE William wears a mask as he visits the United Arab Emirates on behalf of the Queen. He was there to pass on her condolences following the death of the country’s ruler Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan. 2Prince William wears a mask as he meets with Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al NahyanCredit: Reuters He died on Friday aged 73. The Duke of Cambridge also paid his respects to the UAE’s new president and ruler, Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, in Abu Dhabi yesterday. Other world leaders, including PM Boris Johnson, also travelled to the UAE’s Mushrif Palace. Most read in LifestyleHOME RUN I’m renovating my house & there’s three money-saving tips everyone should knowOH SHEET! A guy I slept with said I'd be 'hotter' if I lost weight - I'm having last laughTIDYING TIPS I’m a professional handyman – the 9 cleaning tricks everyone should knowSHOPPING BUST I’ve got big boobs and shopping is a total nightmare - even a large won't fit 2William was there to pass on the Queen's condolences following the death of the...
    AA / Paris / Selma Bahous During a meeting in Abu Dhabi on Sunday, French President Emmanuel Macron and the new leader of the United Arab Emirates, Sheikh Mohammed bin Saeed Al Nahyan, reaffirmed their desire to strengthen the partnership strategy between the two countries. During his visit to Abu Dhabi, ரோlysée said that Macron had “expressed his determination” to continue his cooperation with the United Arab Emirates.Emmanuel Macron was the first Western leader to visit Abu Dhabi to pay tribute to Emirati President Sheikh Khalifa bin Saeed Al Nahyan, who died last Friday.Arriving early in the morning, the French head of state makes the first trip of his second five-year term, which began on Saturday.Emmanuel Macron congratulated Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed on his “pre-election day” instead of his estranged brother and “expressed his determination to continue and improve everything they have done together over the past five years,” the same source points out.“The United Arab Emirates is a strategic partner of France, and the extent of our cooperation in various fields such as security, culture and education is a...
    FOOTBALL fans have been left in disbelief after an Arsenal supporter showed off a portion of chips that cost them almost £13. Fans of the club have admitted they are "embarrassed" by the price of a box of Chilli cheese fries. 1This portion of Chilli cheese chips at Arsenal costs £12.60Credit: Twitter @FootyScran And while the look of the dish did wet the appetite, social media users were left recoiling when they discovered it would have set them back a whopping £12.60. The picture, posted to Twitter by account FootyScran, showed that the fries came topped with meat, spring onions, and cheese. But there was widespread outrage at the sky-high price of the dish as fans felt the effects of the cost of living crisis. One joked: "Some chips with garnish, you have to sell one kidney to pay the bill." Read More On ArsenalGUNNERS NEWS Arsenal 'explore' Sterling transfer, Gunners 'confident' on Tielemans signing Meanwhile an Arsenal fan wrote: "This team manages to embarrass me in the most unexpected ways." Another social media user poked...
    KATIE McCABE saluted former Arsenal boss Joe Montemurro for believing in her as a rookie. The winger, 26, whose title chasers host Spurs tonight, has shone under chief Jonas Eidevall since his arrival last June. 3Katie McCabe hopes to help Arsenal to their first victory against Tottenham at the EmiratesCredit: Getty 3McCabe is grateful to have been given a chance by former Gunners boss Joe MontemurroCredit: Getty Republic of Ireland star McCabe played a crucial role when the club lifted their last crown in 2019. And she is indebted to Aussie Montemurro for giving her a shot when she considered leaving, following a loan spell at Glasgow City in 2017. The Gunners ace, who moved from Shelbourne in 2015, said: "I was coming into a team of legends. "Kelly Smith was playing. We had Casey Stoney, Fara Williams and Alex Scott, so it was going to be tough to get games. Read More Football Stories HOLD UP Arsenal's Holding says he is ready to compete with Saliba for a back four spot TAKE YOUR HICK Arsenal chase Bologna teen ace...
    Source: Map 04/29/2022 12:00 Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al-Maktoum, Vice President of the United Arab Emirates and Ruler of Dubai, announced on Friday that an Emirati astronaut would be sent into space for a six-month mission to the International Space Station (ISS). Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al-Maktoum wrote on Twitter that “a new milestone has been reached by signing a new agreement to send the first Arab astronaut for a 180-day journey to the International Space Station.” “I am proud to think of Emirates youth,” he added. The Mohammed bin Rashid Space Center (MBRSC) and Axiom Space signed an agreement on Wednesday at the Emirates Embassy in Washington, according to the Emirati daily “The National”. The astronaut will be part of the SpaceX Crew-6 mission, which is scheduled to launch in 2023, according to the same source. The first Emirati spacecraft was launched in September 2019 for an eight-day mission on a Soyuz rocket from the Russian Pygmalion Cosmotrome in Kazakhstan. In July of the same year, as part of the Arab world’s first...
    MANY PEOPLE dream of being paid to travel the world - but this is just everyday life for Emirates cabin crew worker Tessa Johnston. The 26-year-old Canadian has lifted the lid on what it’s really like to work for the airline - including how they get free accommodation in Dubai. 4Tessa Johnston has worked as an Emirates cabin crew member since 2019 and travels the world with the jobCredit: TIKTOK @tessajohnstonn 4She demonstrated how to get the iconic Emirates make-up lookCredit: TIKTOK @tessajohnstonn On her @tessajohnstonn TikTok, which has 184,000 followers, she uploaded a video saying: “You want to travel the world?  “No experience needed, no Arabic needed, just English.” Tessa, who joined the airline in 2019, said she doesn’t work full weeks, and explained: “You could work only 2 days in a week, you could work 4 days.  “But it’s not for example a Monday-Friday job.” Tessa said the crew must be based in Dubai for Emirates and explained: “If you are hired, you can be hired from any country in the entire world, they will move you...
    THIERRY HENRY and Dennis Bergkamp were all smiles watching their old club deliver a knockout blow against Manchester United. The Arsenal legends were spotted in the Emirates Stadium stands watching the Gunners take on the Red Devils in a must-win match for a top four spot. 2Dennis Bergkamp are all smiles watching Arsenal defeat Man UtdCredit: Getty The Arsenal. Today, tomorrow, forever. pic.twitter.com/VoMVmYhkLh— Arsenal (@Arsenal) April 23, 2022 And Henry, 44, and Bergkamp, 52, couldn't help but crack a grin at seeing their former team breeze past Ralf Rangnick's men. The pair had reason to be happy, after witnessing Arsenal see off their fierce rivals. Arsenal were ahead within three minutes after slack defending by Raphael Varane and Alex Telles. The Gunners were two up after just over half an hour when Bukayo Saka scored his second penalty in as many games. Read more in footballGUNNERS NEWS Arsenal in 'advanced talks' with Gabriel Jesus, Man Utd win reaction Cristiano Ronaldo pulled one back in the first half on his return to action following the death of his baby son. But any hopes of a Man...
    Akinwumi A., Chairman, African Development Bank Group; Adesina concluded her official visit to the United Arab Emirates on Friday (April 1). The three-day trip will include ongoing engagement in Dubai and Abu Dhabi, according to a report by the Pan-African Bank Group. (Video) The visit, which coincided with the World Government Summit in the final days of Expo 2020 Dubai, explored possible partnerships between the African Development Bank Group and the United Arab Emirates for strategic investments in Africa in the fields of renewable energy, agriculture and food. Production. His superiority Sheikh Maktoum bin Mohammed Al MaktoumDeputy Governor of Dubai, DeputyPrime Minister And the Minister of Finance of the United Arab Emirates and Chairman of the African Development Bank discussed strategic opportunities to strengthen economic ties between the United Arab Emirates, the Bank and Africa. Praising the exceptional visionary leadership of the United Arab Emirates, Adesina said, “Africa can learn a lot from the remarkable success of the United Arab Emirates. It is very interesting that Emirates used their resources, motivation and determination to transform the country into what...
    On March 25, Israel announced that it was holding a “historic” summit during the planned visit of US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken, who recently normalized relations with Israel with the three Arab states of the United Arab Emirates, Morocco and Bahrain. Condition. “A historic diplomatic summit will be held in Israel next Sunday and Monday (March 27 and 28, 2022) at the invitation of Foreign Minister Yair Lapid,” the Israeli Foreign Ministry said in a statement. At the call of FM @yairlapidThe historic Diplomatic Summit will be held in Israel this Sunday & Monday (3/27 & 3/28). US Secretary of State @SecBlinken And Foreign Ministers of the United Arab Emirates, Morocco and Bahrain will attend a series of diplomatic missions in Israel. – Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs (sIsraelMFA) March 25, 2022 Read also | Aziz Akkanoch receives UNESCO DG Audrey Azole The same source continued, “The US Secretary of State and the Foreign Ministers of the United Arab Emirates, Morocco and Bahrain will be coming to Israel for a series of diplomatic meetings.” As a reminder,...
    Morocco Now brand, the emblem of the kingdom internationally. DR The United Arab Emirates (UAE), Israel and Saudi Arabia have risen to the stage of the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. Global soft power code Brand Finance 2022, which measures the influence of 120 countries in the world. Of the thirteen Arab countries listed this year, the United Arab Emirates ranks 15th in the world. It ranks best among national brands in the Middle East and North Africa. Among the Arab countries, Saudi Arabia came in second and 24thTh Ranked in the World Rankings. It has thus maintained its position since last year, with a significant improvement in its index score, rising to 47.1 per 100. Morocco, meanwhile, finished 46th with a score of 34.9 / 100Th Internationally, i.e. 3Th In Africa (after Egypt and South Africa) and 7Th In the MENA region, behind the United Arab Emirates, Israel, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Egypt and Kuwait. His performance was particularly hampered by his poor academic grades (97Th Values ​​in world rankings and its population ratio (71Th ), The quality...
    ARSENAL’S Emirates Stadium is reportedly set to undergo a multi-million pound refurbishment. The Gunners moved to their 60,000-seater home from Highbury back in 2006 but it is now in need of a touch up due to general wear and tear. 2The Emirates Stadium is set to undergo a multi-million pound refurbCredit: EPA 2Arsenal’s 60,000-seater stadium needs some work due to general wear and tearCredit: Reuters The Telegraph states talks are continuing for the renovation of the big screen system inside the ground, with repairs to the roof and upgrading turnstile readers also on the agenda. Arsenal’s chief executive Vinai Venkatesham also revealed to supporter groups last night that they are looking at replacing the crests and banners. The investment at the Emirates Stadium comes despite the Gunners’ ongoing financial struggles as they prepare to reveal more heavy losses. Arsenal are due to publish their latest financial accounts for last season and are expected to reveal a large loss following fans being unable to attend due to coronavirus regulations. Boss Mikel Arteta has been allowed to fork out over £140million on...
    AA / Ibrahim L-Kasen Anwar Karkash, Diplomatic Adviser to the President of the United Arab Emirates, welcomed Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s visit to Abu Dhabi on Sunday, saying it opens a new positive side in bilateral relations. Following the visit of Abu Dhabi’s Crown Prince Sheikh Mohammed bin Saeed Al Nahyan to Turkey on November 24, 2021, President Erdogan will pay a visit to the United Arab Emirates on Monday and Tuesday. Karkash tweeted, “The visit of the President of the United Arab Emirates Recep Tayyip Erdogan following the visit of Sheikh Mohammed bin Saeed Al Nahyan to Turkey marks the opening of a new positive side in bilateral relations. He explained that it was in line with the United Arab Emirates’ desire to strengthen ways of communication and cooperation aimed at ensuring stability and prosperity in the region. He added: “The UAE continues to strengthen communication channels with various countries to enhance the stability and prosperity of the region and the well-being of its people.” “The policy of the United Arab Emirates is positive and aims to...
    On February 9, 2021, the United Arab Emirates launched the Hope Exploration Orbit around Mars, one of the few countries participating in the robotic exploration of Mars. One year later, impressive photos of the Red Planet marking the year 2021 return to this device. You will be interested too [EN VIDÉO] Historical flight of intelligence to Mars Monday, April 19, 2021 will mark the first time that Ingenuity, a motorized and controlled craft, flew for the first time in the atmosphere of a planet other than our own. Tuesday. The video, recorded at a distance of 65 meters, was taken by the Perseverance Rover, making the moment indestructible. Thirty seconds before NASA’s Mars helicopter landed, we discovered the red planet rising about 3 meters above the ground. © NASA, JPL-Caltech, ASU, MSSS The Emirati Hope spacecraft celebrates its first year orbiting Mars. Launched on July 19, 2020 from Tanakashima, Japan, Hope (or Al-Amal In Arabic) insertedAround the circular path In March February 9, 2021. Thanks for the success of “Emirates Mars Mission” (EMM for Emirates Mars Mission), The...
    More On: prince william Prince William tells Kate not to get ‘any ideas’ about having another baby Royal family’s ‘future lies in Kate Middleton’s hands’: Insiders Princess Charlotte’s school doesn’t ‘encourage’ having best friends Prince Charles praises Prince William and Prince Harry in new essay Prince William’s first trip to the United Arab Emirates focused on one of his main causes — the environment. On Thursday, the Duke of Cambridge, 39, shared snaps from the visit on Instagram. While in Dubai, Prince William visited the Jubail Mangroves, a nature preserve for species native to Abu Dhabi. He also visited the Jebel Ali Port and met with groups working against illegal wildlife trade. The royal has long been involved with animal conservation and sustainability. In 2020 he along with David Attenborough launched The Earthshot Prize which awards five winners yearly for their contribution to environmentalism. He may have also been thinking about his son George during the overseas jaunt, as he included one photo of himself standing next to a futuristic-looking police car. Prince William took a photo with a...
    Emirates has launched an investigation after one of its Boeing 777s took off from Dubai, bound for Washington DC, too low and too fast – and at the end of the runway safety area. The incident, which took place on December 20, has been described by one long-haul Boeing captain as 'very dangerous', with disaster averted with mere seconds to spare. A passenger on board at the time said it was 'terrifying'. According to data transmitted by the aircraft's transponder it accelerated to at least 216 knots (248mph) – far beyond a normal take-off velocity – before leaving the ground. The aircraft then became airborne but only reached a height of 75ft as it flew over buildings, at which point it had accelerated to 234 knots (269mph). Emirates has launched an investigation after one of its Boeing 777s took off from Dubai too low and too fast – and at the end of the runway safety area (stock image) The plane, registration A6-EQI and on runway 30R, then accelerated to 262 knots (300mph), by which time it was only 175ft...
    A general view of the downtown area in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, December 08, 2021.Satish Kumar | Reuters DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — The United Arab Emirates will be introducing a federal corporate tax on business profits for the first time, the Ministry of Finance announced Monday. The news represents a significant shift for a country that's long attracted businesses from around the world thanks to its status as a tax-free commerce hub. Businesses will be subject to the tax from June 1, 2023. The country's statutory tax rate will be 9% for taxable income exceeding 375,000 United Arab Emirates dirhams ($102,000), and zero for taxable income up to that amount "to support small businesses and startups," the ministry said, adding that "the UAE corporate tax regime will be amongst the most competitive in the world." Individuals will still not be subject to tax on their incomes from employment, real estate, equity investments or other personal income unrelated to a UAE trade or business, the ministry said. The tax also won't be applied to foreign investors who don't conduct business...
    Dubai, 26 January 2022 (WAM) – The Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of the Dubai Executive Committee HH Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum inaugurated the 7th Dubai International Project Management Forum (DIPMF) today. The event, which brings together more than 1,500 international participants, is organized by the Dubai Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) in collaboration with the Project Management Agency (PMI), the Electricity Authority and Dubai Water (DEWA) and DP World. Upon his arrival at the Dubai Expo 2020 Dubai Exhibition Center, his Excellency was welcomed by the Director General, Chairman of the Board of the Roads and Transport Authority, Matter Mohammed Al Thayer. The inaugural session of the forum brought together senior executives and senior executives from ministries and private companies as well as international experts and experts in project management. During the opening session, His Highness watched a film about the forum that illustrates Dubai’s development path and how it has become a leading global financial and business hub. The film also highlighted the growth of the forum over the...
    CAIRO (AP) — Twice in the past week, Yemen’s rebels have launched attacks with missiles and drones on the United Arab Emirates, a major escalation for one of the world’s most protracted conflicts. The attacks underscore how the war that has ground on for over seven years in the corner of the Arabian Peninsula can flare into a regional danger. One of this week’s attacks targeted an Emirati military base hosting U.S. and British forces. Already, the conflict has killed tens of thousands of civilians and fighters in Yemen and created a yearslong humanitarian disaster in the Arab world’s poorest country. The war pits the internationally recognized government, backed by a coalition including Saudi Arabia and the UAE, against the Iranian-backed Houthi rebels. It began in September 2014, when the Houthis seized the capital, Sanaa, and much of northern Yemen. At the time with American backing, the coalition entered the war in March 2015 to support the government of President Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi, whose forces and other loosely allied militias hold the south. Here’s a look at the...
    Former Emirates flight attendants have claimed they would be monitored and punished by the airline's grooming officers if they were deemed overweight. The former employees have described how some staff were enrolled into an 'Appearance Management Programme' run by image and grooming officers in order to ensure they were putting on a 'glamorous Emirates face'. The officers, who were known as the 'weight police', would routinely monitor the weight of staff on the programme and issue punishments such as pay cuts if they were not meeting the airline's requirements.  Karla Bayson, 36, who worked for the airline for nine years before she left in 2021, said she had seen some of her colleagues receive warnings about their weight. Former Emirates flight attendant Karla Bayson, 36, who worked for the airline for nine years, said she her colleagues would receive warnings about their weight  Maya Dukaric claimed that 'weight police' would occasionally stop cabin crew at airports She told the Insider that some staff were given a total of two weeks to lose the weight before they were 'checked again' by officers....
    A fearless 'airline stewardess' who went viral when she stood atop the world's tallest building in an Emirates airlines advertisement last year has repeated the feat - but this time with even higher stakes. Skydiver and social media star Nicole Smith-Ludvik once again donned her Emirates uniform and clambered to the top of the 2,722ft tall Burj Khalifa in Dubai last week.  Holding a series of Love Actually-inspired placards, Nicole joked: 'I'm still here!', before displaying the words 'finally, here come my friends'.  Moments later, a humungous Emirates A380 Airbus - the largest passenger plane in the world - screamed past the smiling stuntwoman, seemingly mere metres away from the top of the tower. The advert, in which the A380 plane glided past the stranded stewardess at incredibly low speed, was Emirates airlines latest promotion encouraging viewers to 'fly the iconic Emirates A380 to the world's greatest show' in reference to the Dubai Expo 2020. The airline released a second video on YouTube shortly after the advert was published and seen by millions to explain just how they managed to...