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COVID-19: UAE reports 2,022 new coronavirus cases, 4 deaths

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Abu Dhabi: The UAE has announced 2,022 new cases of COVID-19, taking the overall tally in the country to 487,697.
According to the Ministry of Health and Prevention (MoHAP), the latest coronavirus patients, all of whom are in a stable condition and receiving the necessary care, were identified after conducting more than 266,023 additional COVID-19 tests among UAE citizens and residents over the past few days.
Four more deaths from the deadly virus have been also confirmed, taking the country’s death toll to 1,537.
The ministry also announced the full recovery of 1,731 new cases after receiving the necessary treatment, taking that number up…

Air India Express denies emergency landing of Dubai flight during flight diversion in Kerala

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Dubai: Indian carrier Air India Express has denied reports of a UAE-India flight with 118 passengers making an emergency landing in Kerala on Tuesday.
A section of the Indian and UAE media reported that an Air India flight from Dubai to Mangalore on Tuesday morning made an emergency landing in Kochi.
However, an Air India Express spokesperson confirmed to Gulf News that the flight belonged to the low budget arm of India’s national carrier and it was not an emergency landing.
“It was an IX (Air India Express) flight and it was not an emergency landing. This was a normal, weather-related diversion,” the spokesperson…

Iran vows response to Israel’s ‘very bad gamble’ after sabotage act at Natanz nuclear site

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Iran’s foreign minister has warned Israel that an attack on the Natanz atomic site will not stop the country’s nuclear program, and will provide them with further leverage in talks to revive the JCPOA. Read Full Article at RT.com …

South Korea calls in Japanese ambassador to protest decision to dump Fukushima water into ocean

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South Korea’s foreign ministry summoned Tokyo’s ambassador on Tuesday to protest the Japanese government’s decision to release more than one million tons of contaminated water from the Fukushima nuclear power plant into the sea. Read Full Article at RT.com …

Rusya ABD’yi uyardı!

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Teyzesine söyleyince ortaya çıktı! İğrenç şantaj!

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Kahramanmaraş’ın Pazarcık ilçesinde, 12 yaşındaki N.A.’ya şantajla cinsel istismarda bulunduğu iddia edilen 4 kişi tutuklandı. İğrenç olay, küçük kızın kendisine bazı kişilerin istismarda bulunduğunu söylemesiyle ortaya çıktı …

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Zamlı ikramiyeyi kimler alabilecek?

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Emeklilere ilk kez 2018 yılında verilmeye başlanan bayram ikramiyesi bu yıl zamlı olarak ödenecek. Zammın hangi enflasyon oranına göre yapılacağı henüz netleşmedi. İkramiyeye zam için kanun değişikliğine gidilecek. Ramazan Bayramı öncesi ödemeler mayıs ayında yapılacak. 30 Nisan’a kadar emeklilik dilekçesi verenler de ikramiye alabilecek. Habertürk’ten Ahmet Kıvanç, bayram ikramiyesi ile ilgili…

Young Pakistani couple fight COVID-19, become first-time parents to triplets

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Abu Dhabi: Overcoming COVID-19 and a high-risk pregnancy, a Pakistani couple in the UAE has become first-time parents to triplets this year.
With her trio turning three months old in April, Iqra Nasim, 28, and her husband, Sarmad, are both heaving sighs of relief, while also bracing for more sleepless nights, and vigilance amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
“My husband always believed we would be parenting multiples when we eventually started a family because we have twins among our relatives. But finding out we were having triplets was still a huge surprise, and I never thought we would be having them amid a global…

Ramadan timings: Do non-Muslim employees also get reduced working hours?

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Dubai: With the start of Ramadan, companies in the UAE are required to reduce work timings for employees by two hours every day. But what happens if a company only applies the reduced work timings for Muslim employees? A Gulf News reader wrote in with the query.
He said: “My company is based in Dubai and we have been told that only Muslim employees will be getting two hours’ reduced work timings, while non-Muslim employees should continue working the regular hours. Is this fair? If not, what can we do to request for reduced working hours?”
Gulf News raised the query with legal…