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Dubai new year’s eve celebration: what to expect

Dubai new year’s eve celebration: what to expect

Once again the city prepares itself for a celebration like no other. After having broken the world record for the largest and longest fireworks display in the world for the NYE 2014 celebrations, plans are almost done to make this year’s New Year’s Eve to be even more spectacular than ever before. Be prepared to…

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Historic turning point in Saudi Arabia: values of this big news

Historic turning point in Saudi Arabia: values of this big news

The electoral turnout was around 47% in the first women open section. 989 women amid the 6917 candidates were present at the elections. Voter turnout among women was exceptionally high considering that photographs of candidates – both male and female – were banned. Campaign appearances by women mean speaking from behind a partition, having male…

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Dubai airport: it seems sky is not the limit

Dubai airport: it seems sky is not the limit

In October passenger traffic at Dubai International rose 4.4 per cent, helped by a boost in east European and North American travelers. The Dubai airport, which toppled London’s Heathrow last year as the world’s busiest for international passengers, saw 6,250,810 passengers in October compared to 5,989,007 in the same period last year. It is also…

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UAE 44th National Day: Emiratis and expats patriotism

UAE 44th National Day: Emiratis and expats patriotism

National Day, known in Arabic as Al-Eid Al Watani, is a national holiday that takes place on December 2nd but the celebration started from the end of November with several activities conducted all over the emirates to mark this auspicious event. UAE National Day is an annual day of celebration to commemorate the Emirates’ independence from…

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