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UAE: Petrol, diesel prices for August 2022 announced


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The UAE fuel price committee on July 31 announced petrol and diesel prices for the month of August 2022.

Abu Dhabi residents warned about dangers of using illegal taxis


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Abu Dhabi Police have warned residents against using private cars that transport passengers illegally, stressing that they pose danger to their safe and security.


UAE flights: Emirates restarts daily service to London Stansted

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Emirates has resumed passenger services to London Stansted (STN), serving its third London gateway with a daily flight.


81 killed in tyre-related accidents on UAE roads last summer


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At least 81 people were killed and 943 sustained injuries in tyre-related accidents on UAE roads during last year’s summer months, authorities have announced.

UAE: 2 Filipino expats found dead in Dubai, Embassy conveys condolence to family


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Two Filipino expats were found dead in Dubai last week, the Philippine mission has said.


UAE: Free summer checks for vehicles announced



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Authorities in Sharjah have announced free ‘summer checks’ for vehicles. On August 7 and 8, AutoXpress in Al Azra will check air conditioners, batteries, fluids and tyres.

Coronavirus: UAE reports 1,088 Covid-19 cases, 1,004 recoveries, no deaths


The UAE Ministry of Health and Prevention on Monday reported 1,088 cases of the Covid-19 coronavirus, along with 1,004 recoveries and no deaths.


UAE rains: Flood alert issued for some areas, residents told to stay away from valleys




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The UAE’s National Centre of Meteorology (NCM) issued a code-orange alert for rains in some areas on Monday. Orange signifies that hazardous weather events are expected, and residents are required to comply with advice issued by the authorities.