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UAE polio campaign vaccinates 44 million Pakistani children in 3 months
The second phase of the "Emirates Polio Campaign" in Pakistan, targeting 17 million children in 53 areas with around 51 million vaccination doses.
KFC surprises beachgoers in Dubai with helicopter delivery
The stunt saw a giant KFC bucket full of sandwiches suspended from a helicopter flying over Kite Beach and landing at the location.
Freefall from 99th floor wows Dubai residents
Residents in the building were clearly surprised to see people flying past their window as part of a global Dream Jump event happening in Dubai.
Adrift boat in Umm Al Quwain, a hazard to the environment
The owner of the boat has asked for a grace period as he has contracted a company specialised in towing large boats.
Corrigendum on Khaleej Times' 37th anniversary issue dated April 16, 2015
Terrorist organisations use drug trade to create funds, says US expert
Luis Arrega, principal deputy assistant secretary at the US Department of State - Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affaires, explained that terrorist organisations use drug trade to get money.
117 bicycles in Sharjah seized for flouting rules
Some of the drivers were caught taking a U-turn at unauthorised places. They were also found driving without wearing helmets and phosphoric jackets.
UAE welcomes progress in combating conflict related sexual violence
Ambassador Nusseibeh also praised Jordan for convening this Open Debate under its presidency especially at this time where “the Middle East faces a rising tide of extremism and unrest”.
Huge fire breaks out in Dubai's Al Muteena area
The fire erupted in a popular mall, which houses the famed Karachi Darbar restaurant.
Did you lose something in Dubai? There’s an app to track it
People will soon be able to fast-track lost and found items by taking photographs and sending them to a smart application by the Dubai Police.
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