Draws are temporarily on hold as the country is set to get only one national lottery operator but participants from around the world can still take part
The Abu Dhabi Agriculture and Food Safety Authority has asked a catering service to shut down.
The authority has issued an administrative closure decision against the 'Royal Catering Services' facility in Abu Dhabi, Al Dhafra - Ghayathi.
The food facility held the commercial license number CN-1049959 and violated Law No. (2) of 2008 regarding food in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi.
The authority informed residents of the closure through a post on Instagram. The authority said that the decision was taken after some confirmed cases of E. Coli poisoning.
Some people had reportedly had a white bean salad with meat that was contaminated with the bacteria, causing the authority to announce the shutdown.
The National Search and Rescue Centre conducted a medical evacuation of the Asian man who had been severely injured while aboard a cargo ship
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The authority urged motorists to take alternate routes during the closures
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The four-day forum will serve as a platform for member states to address challenges, refine rules and set the agenda for global trade policy