A video grab of Burj Khalifa.
Burj Khalifa lit up on Wednesday night in solidarity with Australia where devastating fires are still burning.
The skyscraper lit up with the statement "We can all help" and the hashtag MatesHelpMates to show support for Australia.
The Emirates Red Crescent is fundraising to support Australia's emergency response.
The bushfires have consumed about 100,000 square kilometres, leaving at least 28 people dead and destroying more than 2,000 homes since September.
The fires have dominated headlines globally, prompting an outpouring of aid for victims.
Up to a billion animals may have died in the fires, which may drive some species closer to extinction, environmental groups say.
Last week, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison thanked the oil-rich United Arab Emirates for its "condolences and offers of support".
Australia experienced its driest and hottest year on record in 2019, with its highest average maximum temperature of 41.9 degrees Celsius recorded in mid-December.
Chan said he is impressed with the high quality of the filming infrastructure in Dubai and the support he has received for shooting his new movie.
Mohammed also praised New Zealand’s communities for their solidarity with their Muslim neighbours against the hate crime.
The research pointed out that in January 2018 one million searches on the internet were recorded related to tourism in the UAE in English and similar results were also recorded for January 2017.
Developers from around the world have flocked to Dubai to show off the latest Virtual Reality (VR) experiences built as part of the recent VR & Beyond competition, established by Burj Khalifa together with HTC Vive and Dubai Future Accelerators—an initiative of Dubai Future Foundation.
His training included a fundamental armor course and a fundamental flying course, helicopters and tactical planes, as well as parachutist course. He has an experience in flying the Gazelle helicopter armor and fleet, fly school and air college.
The NSRC said the site was systematically examined by its operations room team, and its search and rescue team was able to evacuate the injured person to Fujairah Hospital to receive the necessary treatment while adhering to relevant COVID-19 preventive measures.
Local media reported that the 42-year-old Lebanese, Basem Hussein, booked a number of employees and citizens inside the Federil Bank in Hamra Street, central Beirut, by force of arms.
You are a real good example to follow.” Hamdan Bin Mohammed and Abdul Ghafoor Sheikh Hamdan previously praised the driver's behavior after he appeared in a video while removing two concrete blocks that were in the middle of a road