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PUNTLAND: The Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan Foundation has distributed 60 tonnes of dates to needy families in the city of Bosaso, northeastern state of Puntland, Somalia.
An orphanage and a refugee house along with thousands of people benefited from the gesture.
The beneficiaries praised the UAE's assistance and thanked the UAE government, its people, and the Khalifa Foundation for their efforts to alleviate the burden of underprivileged families.
The distribution of dates is one of the humanitarian programmes that the Khalifa Foundation implements annually, in addition to its programme to distribute dates during the Holy Month of Ramadan.
British finance minister Philip Hammond said on Sunday he would resign if Boris Johnson became prime minister because he felt unable to support a leader happy to take the country out of the European Union without a deal.
A majority of Britons feel politically homeless amid growing dissatisfaction from voters with the established parties, a new poll has revealed.
British Airways abruptly suspended all flights to Cairo for a week from Saturday over security concerns, giving no details about what prompted the move.
A young citizen journalist was among 11 civilians killed in air raids on Syria’s Idlib region on Sunday, rescue workers and a monitor said, as he filmed the Russia-backed regime bombardment of the battered enclave.