The lander re-established communication with the earth, more than a month after the spacecraft made a historic 'pinpoint' touchdown on the moon.
The second edition of the Abu Dhabi Smart City Summit begins today, bringing together more than 25 local and federal government agencies, and 400 specialists, experts, officials, leaders, strategists and policy makers, as well as governmental and private organisations.
The summit will discuss the best practices for developing smart cities and addressing challenges, contributing to enriching participants’ knowledge and developing action plans that will lead to smarter and more efficient solutions. This year’s gathering will be held under the theme “Shaping the Cities of the Future” from November 23-24.
The summit will develop the frameworks and support ambitious plans for smart cities in the emirate and review the latest technological developments and innovations from the public and private sectors, while ensuring a world-class infrastructure.
The opening day saw two least developed countries, Comoros and Timor-Leste, become WTO members taking the overall tally to 166
PML-N leader: 'The doors of my heart and office will remain open for the opposition as well'
The move comes amid growing US pressure on President Mahmoud Abbas to shake up the Palestinian Authority
The new directive also includes penalties for leaving abandoned vehicle parts in undesignated places, including public and private roads
This allows individuals to obtain a personal subscription covering two zones of their choice
Mustafa O. Vazayil, Managing Director of Gargash Insurance, talks about opportunities and challenges for insurance firms, highlighting why motor insurance premiums could rise by 5-10 per cent this year
The man apparently livestreamed himself on Twitch