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Ferrari World Abu Dhabi celebrates Iftar with 500 children

Ferrari World Abu Dhabi invited 500 orphans to a fun Iftar at the park’s popular Il Podio restaurant, in partnership with Emirates Red Crescent for the second consecutive year. Victoria Lynn, park manager at Ferrari World Ab

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World celebrates yoga day, India enters record books

Amid chants of 'Om' and recitation of 'Mantras' for universal peace, millions across the globe on Sunday joined in spectacular celebrations to mark the inaugural International Day of Yoga, in a tribute to the ancient Indian spiri

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World celebrates yoga day, India enters record books

Amid chants of 'Om' and recitation of 'Mantras' for universal peace, millions across the globe on Sunday joined in spectacular celebrations to mark the inaugural International Day of Yoga, in a tribute to the ancient Indian spiri

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Despite obstacles, chances grow for final Iran nuke deal

Iran is trying to avoid detailed commitments. The French are sticking to their tough line. And US President Barack Obama faces a battle to sell any deal to a skeptical Congress. Despite those and other obstacles, negotiators appea

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World Cup insurers ‘likely to refuse pay out on cancellation’

World Cup insurers are likely to refuse to pay out on many cancellation contracts if Russia and Qatar lose the rights to hold the tournaments because of fraud, industry experts said. Russia and Qatar could be stripped of their Wor

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Samsung in marketing partnership with ‘Jurassic World’

Samsung Electronics has signed a global marketing partnership with ‘Jurassic World,’ the long-awaited next installment of Steve Spielberg’s ‘Jurassic Park’ series.   It has presented exclusive co

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Coca-Cola invites to ‘Reach up’ and back Special Olympics

The Coca-Cola Company, a founding partner of the 2015 Special Olympics World Summer Games, has assembled a star-student team to record a unified song for the games titled ‘Reach Up.’ More than 7,000 inspirational athle

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Rise in diabetes ‘a major global health catastrophe'

The rise in diabetes around the globe is one of the greatest health catastrophes the world has seen, with more than 382 million people now affected by the condition, according to a report. The condition, which causes heart disease

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Bahrain healthcare some of the ‘best in the world’

Bahrain has some of the best healthcare services in the world, according to a new global quality of life index. Numbeo, the world’s largest database of user-generated content about cities and countries, found that only Japan

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WB backs tropical diseases project in Africa with $121m

The World Bank Group has approved a $121 million credit and grant to support the Sahel Malaria and Neglected Tropical Diseases Project in Africa, according to a report. It aims to increase access to community-level health services

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