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Dubai international airport began to use dogs for detecting COVID-19

Dubai authorities now attract dogs and dog handlers to help in the fight against coronavirus at the airport, according to Travel and Leisure.

The task of the dog is to, literally, sniff passengers suffering from coronavirus. In the course of the research the accuracy of smell was 92 percent.

Dubai birds made a nest on the hood of the crown Prince

Dubai Prince Hamdan bin Mohammed al Maktoum sheltered on car hood bird, reports NDTV.

Sheikh is known for his love of animals, he is an active defender of the environment. Hamdan removed a few peaceful birds and was posted in social networks. The video was viewed over two million times.

Palestine withdrew its Ambassador from UAE

The Minister of foreign Affairs of Palestine Riyad al-Maliki announced the withdrawal of the Palestinian Ambassador of the United Arab Emirates due to the normalization of relations UAE with Israel, said the foreign Ministry.

"On the basis of the decree of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas's Palestine immediately recalled its Ambassador from the UAE because of the trilateral statement of the United States, Israel and the UAE on the normalization of relations", - reads the statement of the foreign Minister of Palestine Riyad al-Maliki, published on the official page of the office Facebook.

Tourists are told where they want to relax after the opening of the borders

Tourists interviewed by the online service, said if they are willing to change plans for the summer, if in the near future will open flights from a number of countries, reports OneTwoTrip.

Among the countries that in the near future may be possible, the media citing sources in the government called, for example, Hungary, Maldives, South Korea and UAE.

Kyrgyzstan is ready to restore air links with Russia, Turkey and the UAE

Kyrgyzstan is ready to restore air links with Russia, Turkey and the UAE, said at a press conference the Prime Minister of the Republic Kubatbek Boronov.

According to him, the headquarters of the Republican struggle with the coronavirus took the decision to resume international flights.

Media called countries with which Russia will soon resume flights

In the near future Russia will resume flights to several countries, reports channel "Moscow 24" with reference to the source.

Earlier media reported about the plans of Moscow to allow flights to the Maldives.

The opening the Turkey may give re-start tourism in the UAE and the Maldives

Market experts said that the resumption of flights to Turkey, the UK and Tanzania will open up opportunities for tourism and other countries, according to Tourdom.

After the announcement on Friday, July 24, the government's decision to resume flights to Turkey, Britain and Tanzania the experts of the market once said – it opens up opportunities for tourism not only in these three countries. For example, from Istanbul, flying of Moscow, St. Petersburg and Rostov-on-don will be available from 1 August, there is a convenient and often cost effective connections to the UAE.

Tour operators believe that soon Tunisia will open for the Russians

In the Russian Union of travel industry suggest that after Turkey, Britain and Tanzania for Russian travelers, opens Tunisia, according to Tourdom.

Representatives of retail travel companies have expressed their opinion that support for outbound tourism it would be good to open this country. Now for Tunisia Russian tourists remain in the "red" zone, that is, denied the right of entry. However, the situation is changing rapidly. A list of States for which the borders are constantly updated.

The head of the UAE called the launch of the Emirati probe to Mars Arab achievement

The launch of the first UAE probe to Mars is a national and Arab accomplishment, said the President of the UAE Khalifa bin Zaid al Nahyan.

Booster H-IIA launch vehicle from the Satish Dhawan space Hope ("Hope"), developed by engineers at UAE, on Monday successfully launched from the space center of the Japanese island of Tanegashima. Subsequently, the probe separated from the booster and began to beep. Prior to this, due to the bad weather the launch was postponed several times.

NASA congratulated the UAE with the successful launch of a probe to Mars

The head of NASA Jim Breidenstein congratulated the United Arab Emirates (UAE) with the successful launch of the first Arab probe "al-Amal" ("Hope") to Mars.

Previously, the mission of the Hope Mars announced that a carrier rocket H-IIA launch vehicle from the Satish Dhawan space centre "Hope", created by engineers in UAE, in UAE 01.58 at the time (00.58 GMT) successfully launched from the space center of the Japanese island of Tanegashima. Subsequently, the space probe "al-Amal" was separated from the rocket and began to beep.

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