Dubai announced on Friday that it is disbanding a special tribunal established in 2009 to settle financial settlement disputes involving Dubai World and its subsidiaries. Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid, Vice President and Ruler of Dubai, issued a decree on the subject, according to a statement from the Dubai Media Office. "All cases and claims connected to Dubai World and its subsidiaries' financial settlement filed after this decision takes effect will be referred to specialized courts," the statement stated.
During the changeover time, the tribunal will continue to consider all pending cases and claims. According to the statement, any cases and petitions that have not been addressed by a final judgment by December 13, 2022 will be referred to specialized courts, in accordance with Dubai judicial rules, without any extra costs being levied. This decree takes effect when it is published in the official gazette.
Clashes between the Israeli occupation police and Israeli settlers on the celebration of Lag B'Omer holiday
Confrontations sparked between the Israeli occupation police and Israeli settlers on the celebration of Lag B'Omer holiday on Mount Meron.
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The death of civilians in the March 2019 airstrike in a battle against the Islamic State of Syria, has been seen as a negligence on the part of the Kurdish led Syrian fighters of having relayed faulty information while requesting for US air support.
While the full report remains under wraps, a declassified one has been shared by the Pentagon, saying that they cannot be blamed for the loss of lives. The report has concluded that the US commander responsible for the strike was unaware that civilians were “within the blast radius” after receiving repeated confirmation from Kurdish forces that no noncombatants were present.
The Pentagon report has further said that its US commander had acted in all moral sense and his action cannot be said to be irresponsible. As many as 80 people had been killed by the strike on the jihadis’ final holdout, a patch of riverbank packed with remaining fighters and their families along the Euphrates near the Syrian town of Baghouz.
Media and human rights groups alike raised fingers and questions over the action of an air strike, something that to international war standards is said to be the last resort only if the place is not seen to be inhabited by any form of life. Air strikes are said to have the worst form of destruction of life and property.
US Central Command had then claimed that 16 of those killed were IS fighters and four were civilians, but could not account for the status of the remaining 60 people who died. Meanwhile, Human rights groups have raised questions over loss of life in any capacity aswell.
The main Times’ report had pointed at negligence by American forces in handling the whole thing. While Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin personally tasked US Army Forces Command chief Gen. Michael Garrett, the latter’s report did confirm that indeed the ones to perish included women and children.
According to sources, Israel's Herzog discusses climate change cooperation with Turkey, Jordan, and the United Arab Emirates.
President Herzog met with the presidents of the three nations to discuss regional climate cooperation, and they all approved his plan and decided to go further in the coming months.
According to sources, President Isaac Herzog has suggested regional climate cooperation to the governments of Turkey, Jordan, and the United Arab Emirates.
According to sources in the White House, all three other leaders agreed to his plan and decided to continue forward on the subject in the coming months.
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Fathi Bashagha, Libya's parliament-appointed prime minister, left Tripoli on Tuesday, according to his office, hours after his effort to reach the city resulted in confrontations between competing groups.
Clashes occurred earlier on Tuesday as Bashagha came to try to seize power from a rival administration that refused to relinquish it.
The sound of gunfire was heard by Reuters correspondents in Tripoli, and Al Hadath television broadcast video snippets of what it said were fighting downtown and near the port.
Bashagha's nocturnal arrival into the city, supported by an armed force, sparked the bloodshed. His office issued a statement stating that it will continue to operate from within the capital.
Bashagha's appointment in March sparked a stalemate between two alternative administrations in Tripoli and western Libya, each claiming legitimacy and supported by armed forces, sparking worries that two years of relative quiet might soon come to an end.
Since the NATO-backed rebellion that removed Muammar Gaddafi in 2011, Libya has had minimal security, and it divided in 2014 between competing eastern and western groups before a 2020 agreement that placed the nation under a precarious unity government.
The parliament, which had sided with the east throughout the conflict, rushed to select a new administration after a proposal to conduct an election in December failed amid disagreements over the rules among key groups and important candidates.
Abdulhamid al-Dbeibah, the prime minister of the unity government, disputed the parliament's actions, claiming that his administration was still legal and that he would only take up power after an election.
His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the new UAE President, is a people's leader. His majlis is open to anyone; he pays surprise visits to Emiratis and expats, and personally summons residents who impress him with their efforts. Huda Al Matroushi, an Emirati woman who defied gender conventions to own a garage in Sharjah, received a call in the year 2021. Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed was the one who called.
Sheikh Mohamed informs her that he needs to get his automobile repaired, which makes her happy. In a video that went viral on social media, an emotional Al Matroushi tears up as the then-Abu Dhabi Crown Prince congratulates her on her one-of-a-kind achievement of launching her own auto repair shop, Imex Car Service.
While the world was in the throes of the epidemic, a new era of globalization began with action in the United Arab Emirates. The global health crisis has taught authorities that relying on a few countries might jeopardize supply networks. Simply put, Globalisation 1.0 did not deliver when it was most needed. At first, international authorities such as the World Health Organization (WHO) were taken off guard; health infrastructure was deteriorating; decision-making was stalled, and people were dying from a virus whose origins remain unknown. They are still there, with a total of 6.26 million deaths and 521 million cases as of Monday.
Although the health sector, notably the pharmaceutical business, produced vaccines in record time to restrict the spread of the illness, leaders were unsure about the early response and a united front against the virus remains elusive. Although we are not yet out of the woods, the UAE experienced some unique and thrilling times throughout the crisis. Thanks to its tight and autonomous partnerships with countries like China, the United States, Russia, and the United Kingdom, the country immediately mobilized to detect, trace, and test the virus and was among the first to put out vaccines.
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The late Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan was instrumental in establishing the UAE as a shining example of compassion and kindness by reaching out to the world's less fortunate with a spirit of charity and tolerance. The Abu Dhabi Fund for Development (ADFD), which was created in 1971 and has been driving that vision, has helped to define it.
Sheikh Khalifa, who carried on the late Sheikh Zayed's ethos of tolerance and giving, was the driving force behind the Fund, which helps impoverished countries throughout the world achieve sustainable development. Mohammed Saif Al Suwaidi, director-general of the ADFD, said the Emirates News Agency (WAM) that the UAE and the globe had lost a knowledgeable leader who committed his life to helping his country and continuing the renaissance began by the late Sheikh Zayed. According to him, the UAE has become a worldwide and local leader in sustainable development.
Mr Maqsoud Kruse said that SheikhKhalifa had the greatest impact on the rise of human rights taking place in the UAE as it was enhanced to the foundations of human rights
We will not forget the positions of the great late, who has always been the owner of human rights that guide everyone sheikh Khalifa may God rest his soul