United Arab Emirates

Defense Minister Dendias to visit UAE on Saturday

Minister of National Defense, Nikos Dendias, heads to the United Arab Emirates on Saturday, for a two-day visit. 

Dendias will meet with UAE's Minister of State for Defense Affairs, Mohammed bin Mubarak Fadel Al Mazroue. They will discuss deepening the two countries' strategic relationship and cooperation on defense industry projects. 

Dubai reels from floods chaos after record rains

Dubai's giant highways were clogged by flooding and airport passengers were urged to stay away on April 17, as the glitzy financial center reeled from record rains.

Huge tailbacks snaked along six-lane expressways after up to 254 millimeters of rain, about two years' worth, fell on the desert United Arab Emirates on April 16.

MoU on AI to enable use of UAE's Falcon open source code

DUBAI - The Serbia-UAE MoU on development and application of artificial intelligence (AI), signed in Dubai on Tuesday, enables the use of the UAE's Falcon open source code and solutions based thereupon in further development of AI in Serbia, the Serbian Ministry of Information and Telecommunications said in a statement.

Serbia, UAE sign MoU on development and application of AI

DUBAI - Serbia and the UAE signed on Tuesday a MoU on development and application of artificial intelligence (AI).

Serbian PM Ana Brnabic said it was important for Serbia to keep up with trends and that the MoU meant "even closer cooperation between Serbia and the UAE in the field of development and application of AI."

Brnabic: MoU on development and application of AI signed with UAE

DUBAI - Serbia and the UAE signed on Tuesday a MoU on development and application of artificial intelligence (AI).

Serbian PM Ana Brnabic said it was important for Serbia to keep up with trends and that the MoU meant "even closer cooperation between Serbia and the UAE in the field of development and application of AI."

Tensions rise between Sudan army and United Arab Emirates

For months, Sudan's army kept silent amid alleged Emirati interference in the country's civil war, but its anger has finally boiled over, leading to harsh exchanges between Khartoum and Abu Dhabi.

The brutal conflict broke out in mid-April between the army and the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces (RSF), killing more than 12,000 people and displacing millions.

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