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More than 600 in UAE seeking asylum, UN report says
Figures in the UN refugee agency's Global Trends report showed that 612 people in the UAE had asked to be designated as refugees.
Prominent religious scholar speaks at majlis of Abu Dhabi Crown Prince
Extreme views calling for the complete separation or integration of Islam and government risk further fracturing regional unity, a religious scholar said.
Leaders pay tribute to UAE Founding Father, the late Sheikh Zayed
Falling on the Islamic calendar anniversary of the Sheikh Zayed’s passing - the 19th day of Ramadan- Zayed Humanitarian Day is marked annually to commemorate the late leader’s values and vision.
Science flies high to boost UAE’s rain
By studying the way ice is produced in certain clouds, the UAE Research Programme for Rain Enhancement Science is hoping to find a new approach to addressing water scarcity.
UAE closes down Qatar Airways offices inside its borders
The country's aviation authority has yet to make official comment on the situation after Saudi Arabia revoked the Qatar carrier's licences earlier.
Supporting Qatar on social media a cybercrime, says UAE attorney general
Dr Hamad Saif Al Shamsi warned that statements supporting Qatar online could result in prison sentences from 3 to 15 years or at least Dh500,000 in fines.
Qatar Airways passengers left frustrated in Abu Dhabi
Dozens of people crowded around the office entrance attempting to refund or rebook their tickets, with staff only allowing the most urgent of cases inside.
Researcher hopes to revolutionise agriculture through ‘food computers’
Caleb Harper, director of the MIT Media Lab's Open Agricultural Initiative, wants to connect growers with technology to revolutionise farming.
UAE hails meeting between Libya rivals in Abu Dhabi as a breakthrough
The UAE’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs said the meeting between the UN-backed prime minister, Fayez Al Sarraj, and Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar, the country’s most powerful military commander, was 'an important step on the road to reaching a tangible progress in the political process', reports Thamer Al Subaihi