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Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid on Sunday shared a breathtaking video of the aerial view of Dubai.
Sheikh Hamdan’s post on Instagram says that the clip is from the documentary film called ‘Awaken.’
The video clip so far ha garnered over 171,000 views within the first couple of hours after being posted.
“#Dubai, the city that knows no limits. Scenes from @awakenfilm,” Sheikh Hamdan captioned the video.
Sheikh Hamdan has launched Dubai Future Solutions, a global initiative aimed at creating innovative solutions for improving people’s lives.
Taking to Twitter to express his heartfelt appreciation for the family’s humanitarian act, Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed said the gesture “embodies the act of giving at his finest.”
"The programme aims to provide new economic opportunities and consolidate Dubai’s leadership in advanced technology research and development across diverse future-oriented sectors,” says Sheikh Hamdan.
Sheikh Hamdan inaugurated the third edition of the Dubai World Congress for Self-Driving Transport and honoured the winners of the Dubai World Challenge for Self-Driving Transport.
The United States vetoed a UN Security Council resolution on Tuesday that called for an immediate ceasefire in Gaza, drawing stern criticism from allies as President Joe Biden faces mounting pressure to temper support for Israel.
Two friends in western France have built a 16-metre high replica of the Eiffel Tower from recycled wood, which they hope to display along the path of the Summer 2024 Olympic torch relay and on Olympic sites.
The vote in the 15-member Security Council was 13-1 with the United Kingdom abstaining. The United States circulated a rival UNSC resolution that would support a temporary cease-fire in Gaza linked to the release of all hostages, and call for the lifting of all restrictions on the delivery of humanitarian aid.
It further points out that an employer can not hire such workers even if it is for the purpose of probation to change their status, as any employer who does this, will be slapped a fine of Dhs50,000 and not more than Dhs200,000.