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Emirates warns travellers against new phishing attack

Emirates airline has alerted the travellers about a new phishing attack where fraudsters send an e-mail to people that their ...
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Coronavirus: UAE reports 638 new Covid-19 cases, 412 recoveries

The UAE Ministry of Health and Prevention on Friday announced 638 new cases of Covid-19 infections, 412 cases of recovery ...
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COVID-19 lockdown: See what happens when domestic flights resume in India after two months

1 of 19 A security personnel checks a passenger's documents as he arrives at Chennai airport for domestic travel, after ...
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Pakistan plane crash: Police officer who saved others until he fell unconscious earns praise online

A police officer from Karachi is being hailed as a hero after he dug through the debris and helped save ...
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Coronavirus: Impoverished Indian migrant couple try to sell their two-month-old, amid lockdown

With no work or money amid India’s lockdown, a migrant worker couple in Hyderabad tried to sell their two-month-old baby ...
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COVID-19: Latest disinfection drive timings and fines in the UAE explained

1 of 25 New announcements were made regarding the UAE's National Disinfection Drive on May 18, along with a list ...
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PIA crash: Crashed Pakistan plane’s pilot ignored 3 warnings to lower altitude

Karachi: The pilot of the Pakistan International Airlines (PIA)'s crashed plane ignored three warnings from the air traffic controllers about the ...
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COVID-19: Kuwait to deport 136 Indians by June 4

Agartala: The Kuwait government will deport 136 Indians belonging to Assam and Tripura and they will reach Guwahati by June ...
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Coronavirus: Kuwait announces plan to end full COVID-19 lockdown

Dubai: Kuwait will replace the complete lockdown with a partial curfew as of May 31, a top official said on ...
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Father batters daughters to death for being loud

Sant Kabir Nagar: A father battered his five-year-old and 2-year-old daughters to death merely because they were creating a noise. The ...
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