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Gulf Today Report
A young man succumbed to the injuries in the Khalidiyah area, Mafraq governorate, Jordan, after an angry camel had attacked him causing critical wounds to the deceased.
Close persons to the young man reported that the deceased had bought the camel a while ago, and had been trying to tame it during the last period.
But, during one of the attempts to tame the camel, it broke loose and violently attacked the young man, inflicting many injuries on him.
The victim was taken to the hospital, but he died, Jordanian local media reported.
Even as the Omicron variant rips through the world, legions of breeders from Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Saudi Arabia and Qatar traveled to the UAE’s southwestern desert this week with 40,000 of their most beautiful camels for the Al Dhafra Festival.
The 40-day festival, which kicked off last month, is an annual Bedouin event that lures breeders from across the Gulf with total prize money of up to $66 million.
Visitors to the Mingsha Mountain and Crescent Spring will now be safe from camel collisions, thanks to the new traffic light
The participants started at dawn on Dec. 9 from Liwa Empty Quarter in the Western Region of Abu Dhabi. They covered three emirates and 11 checkpoints over 13 days – navigating 640 kilometres of the vast UAE desert – until they reached their final destination at Expo 2020 Dubai site on Tuesday.
While addressing the ceremony shown live on Pakistani TV channels, General Bajwa expressed his gratitude for representing the Queen, terming it a "unique honour and great privilege.”
Trump's lawyers announced that they would not oppose obtaining the search warrant for his Florida residence unsealed from the public, the Justice Department said in a court filing, indicating the opening could take place shortly.
The Integrated Transport Centre (ITC), affiliated to the Department of Municipalities and Transport - Abu Dhabi, announced the opening of several roads with new signalized intersections on Al Reem Island, starting Saturday, August 13, to serve the public and enhance traffic flow and safety on the roads.
The Dubai Criminal Court sentenced an Asian to 5 years in prison and fined him Dhs20,000 for abusing drugs and making other countrymen do the same thing as well. The Court also ruled that the convict would be deported after serving the terms.