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A UK national has praised Dubai’s diligence in the face of the global COVID-19 pandemic and precautionary measures implemented at the airport.
Here's your daily podcast from the ARN News Centre with the latest updates regarding the novel coronavirus pandemic in the UAE.
The ruler of Sharjah has pardoned 108 prisoners in the emirate.
Breakfast meals were delivered today to medical and nursing teams at several hospitals in Abu Dhabi.
A scheduled space launch for Virgin Orbit's test flight was canceled on Sunday.
Hong Kong police fired tear gas and deployed water cannon as hundreds turned up to reject Beijing's plans to impose a new security law on the territory.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un has discussed measures to increase the country's "nuclear war deterrence" during a military meeting.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has resisted calls to sack senior adviser Dominic Cummings over allegations that he breached lockdown rules.
Facebook’s co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg is now richer than Warren Buffett and Bernard Arnault.
Small companies in Dubai have revealed that operations have been affected by the global pandemic.
Real estate transactions in Dubai can now be carried out through a newly introduced remote registration process.
Dubai Duty Free is hoping to partially resume operations at Dubai International Airport tomorrow as Emirates Airline launches a handful of flights.
A Bournemouth player has tested positive for COVID-19 in the second batch of testing.
Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund both secured comfortable wins in Saturday’s Bundesliga action ahead of their top-of-the-table clash on Tuesday.
Spanish football’s top flight, La Liga, can resume in early June after getting the greenlight from the country’s government.
As the US looks at restarting sporting events, foreign athletes will be allowed to enter the country despite a coronavirus-related travel ban.