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    The MoI’s Innovation Lab Calls on the Public to Submit their IdeasAugust 24, 2015

    Through the “Innovation Lab” initiative, which was launched in mid July, the Ministry of Interior has called on the public to further submit purposeful suggestions and ideas via the ministry’s different social networking sites. This aims at brainstorming and collecting the best solutions and ideas to reduce traffic accidents, which comprises four main themes (speed, run-over accidents, using mobile phones while driving, and sudden swerving).


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    Keep the glowing holiday skin the entire year with Bio-OilAugust 24, 2015

    Getting back from the holidays is never easy, and getting into the routine is even harder. One way of ensuring your spirits are exactly like they were during the holidays is looking like you did on that long cruise or in the by lanes of a forgotten city or simply in your home reading a book and sipping on aromatic tea. Bio-Oil, the wonder skin care formula will help you feel gorgeous long after the holiday season has worn off.


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    eASIC and ASOCS Partner to Develop Custom Silicon Accelerators for Network Function Virtualization (NFV)-based Virtual Base Station SolutionsAugust 24, 2015

    eASIC Corp. (@easic), a fabless semiconductor company that delivers a custom integrated circuit (IC) platform (eASIC Platform), and ASOCS, Ltd.,a pioneer in virtual radio access networks (vRAN) and provider of fully virtualized network function virtualization (NFV)-compatible virtual base station (vBS) solutions, today announced that they have signed a definitive agreement to develop a custom silicon device for the acceleration of next-generation network virtualization applications utilizing the eASIC ......

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    61% of Dubai Residents’ Homes are UninsuredAugust 23, 2015

    Over 6 out of 10 (61%) of Dubai residents do not have home insurance, according to a recent poll conducted by, a Dubai-based online home services marketplace, and RSA, a leading provider of insurance services in the region. The results were based on an online survey of more than 200 employed respondents in Dubai.

    Amongst home owners, adoption of home insurance is substantially"...

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    Business confidence falls in Middle East, but not as quickly as in previous quarter, says survey of finance professionalsAugust 23, 2015

    Business confidence in the Middle East continued to fall in the second quarter of 2015, but not as quickly as it had in the first three months of the year, according to the to the Global Economic Conditions Survey (GECS) organised by ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants and IMA (the Institute of Management Accountants).

    The slight optimism was due to a temporary reprieve in oil prices during the spring, but was a short-lived flame"...

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    Security Support Takes Part in Metropolitan Police Training on High-Risk IncidentsAugust 23, 2015

    A delegation from the Security Support Department at the Abu Dhabi Police (ADP) participated with the London Metropolitan Police in its training to handle moderate and high-risk security incidents, which requires the use of advanced equipment and devices, as part of the delegation’s visit to the United Kingdom.

    According to Captain Jassem Muhammad Al Zaabi, head of the delegation, the training was conducted in order to exchange training experiences"...

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    Coca-Cola contributes to supporting domestic tourism in JordanAugust 23, 2015

    The Coca-Cola Bottling Company of Jordan ( CCBCJ) and in cooperation and collaboration with Darwazeh Motors (the exclusive agent of Vespa motors in Jordan) and The Italian Cultural Association (Dante Alighieri), sponsored a Treasure Hunt.

    This initiative aimed to support and promote tourism inside Amman and its suburbs in a new and different way through the participation of representatives of the local community and the media in a contest to solve clues that are scattered throughout touristic places including: The Citadel, the Roman Theater, the Royal Automobile Museum, and Jabal Al Webdeh....

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    Syrian refugees in Jordan face worsening conditions as int'l aid withersAugust 23, 2015

    For Abdullah Salameh, a Syrian refugee now taking shelter in Jordan, a growing reduction in aid he receives from international agencies is likely to increase his suffering.

    Salameh, living in Al Zaatari camp in north of Jordan along with his wife and five children, grumbled at the gradual aid decline from agencies, saying that he was forced to look for a job outside the camp to support his family.


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    EGAS denies Egypt’s LNG imports via JordanAugust 23, 2015

    Egypt has denied Saturday news reports it is seeking to import liquefied natural gas (LNG) via Jordan’s Aqaba.

    Khaled Abdel Badie, head of the Egyptian Natural Gas Holding Company (EGAS) stressed that no tenders had been put up for the importing of LNG. “ I am not sure what the source of those reports was,” he stated to Al-Masry Al-Youm.


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    Global Forum on Youth, Peace and Security concludesAugust 23, 2015

    The Global Forum on Youth, Peace and Security was concluded on Saturday with the participants delivering the gathering's final declaration to Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign and Expatriates Affairs, Nasser Judeh, to follow up on its implementation through diplomatic channels.

    The declaration acts as a common vision and a roadmap towards better policies to boost youths' role in resolving conflicts, preventing violence and"...

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