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UAE: Schools Need to Justify Higher Fees to Parents, Says Local Paper
Att.Editors: The following item is from the Emirates News Agency (WAM)
ABU DHABI, Sep 1 (WAM) - As United Arab Emirates (UAE) schools start the new academic year, parents will want to be sure that the steadily increasing fees being charged by many schools are worth it, according to an editorial in the Dubai-based English daily ‘Gulf News’, adding that fees are meant to provide quality education, not just maintain an investor’s dividend.
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UAE: DEWA Begins Work on New Water Pipeline Project
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DUBAI, Sep 1 (WAM) - The United Arab Emirates (UAE) Dubai Electricity and Water Authority, DEWA, has announced that work on a new AED170 million (over USD46 million) water pipeline project, which will supply water through a group of networks extending 25 kilometres into various parts of the emirate, has begun.
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UAE: ENOC Joins Hands with Government Stakeholders to Ensure Usage of Green Diesel
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DUBAI, Sep 1 (WAM) - Emirates National Oil Company (ENOC) has joined hands with governmental stakeholders to implement the United Arab Emirates (UAE) Federal Cabinet decision No. 37 of 2013 on making the use of the environment-friendly green diesel mandatory across the UAE.
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UAE: Demand for Sustainable Developments Rises as Residents Vote For Greener Lifestyle
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DUBAI, Sep 1 (WAM) - Emaar’s Community Management programme will be at the forefront of sustainable developments on show at Cityscape Global next month, as United Arab Emirates (UAE) residents reveal their desire to adopt a greener lifestyle, both at work and at home.
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UAE: Abu Dhabi Police to Deploy 140 Traffic Patrols to Ensure Safe Back to School
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ABU DHABI, Aug 30 (WAM) - More than 140 traffic patrols will be deployed by the traffic police around schools in Abu Dhabi, one of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), to ease heavy traffic flow and ensure safety for students and other road users at the start of the new academic year.
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MIDDLE EAST: Unheard Cries of Syrian Refugees, Says UAE Paper
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SHARJAH, Aug 30 (WAM) - The international community can no more deny the fact that the Syrian crisis has become the biggest humanitarian emergency of our era, a United Arab Emirates (UAE) daily newspaper commented in its editorial today.
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UAE: Zayed Giving Initiative Reaches Out to Over 3 Million Children, Elders, Conducts 7,000 Cardiac Surgeries
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ABU DHABI, Aug 30 (WAM) - The United Arab Emirates (UAE) Zayed Giving Initiative, a unique model for humanitarian work at local and international levels, has, since its inception in 2003, reached out to more than 3 million children and elderly people and conducted over 7,000 free of charge heart surgeries.
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UAE: World's Best Swimmers Arrive in Dubai for Swimming World Cup
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DUBAI, Aug 30 (WAM) - Some of the world’s best swimmers arrived yesterday in Dubai, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), ahead of the second round of the FINA/MASTBANK Swimming World Cup which will be held on Sunday August 31 and Monday September 1.
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SYRIA: The Gulf Must Not Forget Assad’s Brutality, Says UAE Paper
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ABU DHABI, Aug 29 (WAM) - Huddled in the presidential palace on Qassioun mountain, Bashar Al Assad appears to think he has found a way out. Ever since he began to brutally put down the initially peaceful uprising against his rule, Syria has become a pariah state, opposed by regional countries like Turkey and western countries such as the U.S. and the U.K., a United Arab Emirates (UAE) newspaper has said.
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UAE: Increasing Organ Transplantation Capability to Drive Medical Tourism Leadership
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DUBAI, Aug 29 (WAM) - As the United Arab Emirates (UAE) moves to facilitate a burgeoning medical tourism sector, the increasing capability of organ transplantation within the country is likely to enhance it, according to the senior advisor of Spanish pharmaceutical company Cinfa.
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