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UAE to allow students to train or work in private sector

The authorities in the United Arab Emirates have indicated that it is changing rules toallow students to obtain work permits for training and work purposes in the private sector.

Report Reveals Charitable Giving Touches Record High with Americans Donating $373 Billion in 2015

On Tuesday, a report from Giving USA Foundation and Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy revealed that the giving spirit of the Americans have never been higher like the past two years. The record showed straight two years of record making charitable donations schools, social services, churches and other causes. In 2015, Americans donated about $373 billion which broke last year's record.

UAE releases Libyan-Canadian man acquitted of aiding militants

A Canadian national of Libyan origin has been released from a prison in Abu Dhabiaftera period of two years.

The man named, Salim Alaradiwas acquitted of aiding militants and accused of providing supplies to groups in a foreign country without permission of the U. A. E. government and also collecting donations without the government's permission in the country. The man as well as two Libyan-American businessmen, Kamal Eldarat and his son Mohamed were charged with acquitted of aiding militants but were clared by the by a UAE security court on Monday.

After Two Years, Investigation Launched Against Te Aroha Farm Worker who Mutilated Teat’s of Twenty Milking Cows

In an incident what can be called brutality and severe abuse to animals, a worker at a Waikato farm severed the teats of twenty cows that belonged to his employer, as a result of a disagreement.

The Te Aroha farmer reported the matter when it happened two years ago but his plea fell to deaf ears. Someone who heard his story reported the incident again and the Ministry for Primary Industries is now investigating the matter.

November 30 Declared as the Martyrs’ Day in UAE

November 30 Declared as the Martyrs’ Day in UAEThe President of UAE, Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed declared November 30 as the Martyrs' Day. It will be observed as a national holiday all over UAE.

Blaze along Dubai Creek Engulfs Cargo Ships Injures One Person

Blaze along Dubai Creek Engulfs Cargo Ships Injures One PersonA huge

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