All professional tennis tours were suspended in early March and will not return before August as countries went into lockdowns and closed borders to contain the spread of the novel coronavirus.
A report by a UN Panel of Experts said the foreign mercenaries were affiliated with Lancaster 6 DMCC and Opus Capital Asset Limited FZE, both registered at free zones in the UAE, Bloomberg reported.
The financial heart of the UAE faces an uncertain future with the pandemic halting its trade, travel and tourism, pushing it to turn to big brother Abu Dhabi for help.
With a dramatic fall in the price of oil and the global economy slowing down, Gulf countries find themselves in a crunch.
A special assistant to Pakistan's PM Imran Khan says number of people testing positive after return from UAE was "higher than we were hoping"; around 12% tested positive on most flights with the number rising to between 40-50% on a couple of flights.
The airline claims it's the first to conduct on-site rapid Covid-19 tests for passengers flying overseas.
The United Arab Emirates wants foreigners to fly out as soon as possible but their home countries might have trouble accepting them.
The holiest month in Islam is also when traders make money. This year could be very difficult for them and Muslim countries.
The virus has killed more than 80,000 people and has spread to 209 countries and territories. Here are the latest updates for April 7:
Collin Allin, 41, and wife Hilda covered the 42.2-kilometre distance by running more than 2,100 laps of their 20-metre long balcony from dawn on Saturday.
Al Jazeera report says Rabat’s ambassador in Abu Dhabi was recalled, which if true suggests a deep rift between Morocco and the UAE.
A court-appointed inquiry ruled in favour of Sheikh Mohammed al Makhtoum’s former wife, Princess Haya of Jordan, who in 2019 fled the UAE with her two children and sought refuge in the UK.
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