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The UN special envoy for Yemen said that he is stepping up efforts to reach an expanded truce between the country’s warring sides.

Hans Grundberg told the UN Security Council in New York that he hoped efforts would lead to the start of talks on a ceasefire and preparations for resuming a Yemeni-led political process.

A two-month extension of an existing truce that began on April 2 was agreed by the internationally recognised government and Iran-backed Houthi rebels on August 2.

This has resulted in the longest pause in fighting since Yemen’s civil war began in 2014.

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During meetings with senior UAE officials, US Envoy Yemen Lenderking welcomed UAE’s commitment to the UN truce in Yemen and stressed the need for calm and dialogue, including in response to recent fighting in Shabwa.

UAE wanted a meaningfully expand the benefits of the truce to all Yemenis and pave the way for a permanent ceasefire and an inclusive, durable Yemeni-led resolution to the conflict

In this, it reaffirms UAE’s efforts to bring peace in the region

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Did you know that Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed, Crown Prince of Dubai, has inaugurated a new outpatient building at Dubai Hospital.

The Crown Prince shared a video online showing the event and details about the new clinics and the cost of the entire expansion project, saying health care is a top priority for Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid, Vice President and Ruler of Dubai.

“I inaugurated the new outpatient building of Dubai Hospital, which includes 128 specialised clinics equipped with the latest technology and AI solutions. The Dh177 million [$48m] expansion project increases the hospital’s capacity by 200 per cent,” Sheikh Hamdan wrote.

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The reality was shaped by the coronavirus outbreak for 3 years and most people were frightened bec of the food supply

In the UAE, however, it is a different picture. there is no shortage of food supply one of the reasons why people are blessed to live in the UAE

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This link between the two emirates stretches for 256 kilometres and includes 29 bridges, 60 crossings and 137 drainage channels.

However, the Abu Dhabi to Dubai segment is only part of Etihad Rail’s network, which will run for 1,200 kilometres across the UAE, from the border of Saudi Arabia to…

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