The UAE is the first Arab country to generate light from its own nuclear power. CNN’s John Defterios gets an exclusive look at the UAE’s Barakah nuclear facility which is expected to generate about 25% of the nation’s electricity.
Israel and UAE quick to pursue economic ties - and the end of the office as we know it. Plus, the wildfires put California's wine industry under considerate strain. All in this week's Business Planet on Euronews.
Jordan's Deputy Prime Minister Ayman Safadi said on Sunday that King Abdullah's half-brother and former heir Prince Hamza had liaised with foreign parties over a plot to destabilize the country and had been under investigation for some time. This report produced by Yahaira Jacquez.
In Abu Dhabi, the government’s education regulator has announced strict guidelines for returning to the classrooms that apply to all of the Emirate’s schools. CNN’s Becky Anderson takes a look at how Abu Dhabi’s education system is coping amid the pandemic.
Indore Member of Parliament Shankar Lalwani on April 10 said that a committee had been created that will audit the oxygen availability in hospitals as demand in Indore has gone up to 60% in view of rising COVID cases. "Oxygen demand in Indore has gone up to 60%. We have created a committee that will audit oxygen availability in hospitals. We have extended the lockdown in Indore from Monday to Friday," said Lalwani. "A 24X7 COVID control room will provide virus-related information to public. We are working on increasing number of normal and ICU beds in hospitals. Today, a team of doctors will release a protocol on hospital admissions," he added.
Founder of the South Beach Food and Wine Festival speaks to CNN’s Victor Blackwell about why his event plans to require proof of vaccinations even after Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis signed an executive order banning Covid-19 “vaccine passports.”
India’s daily Covid-19 count dropped to nearly 18,500 a day after the tally had crossed the 20,000 mark, even as three states continued to report higher than... IndiaTimes Also reported by •Hindu •Mid-Day