Plans of setting up field hospitals are in the pipeline for Dubai, if needed.
More than 250,000 COVID-19 tests have been conducted in Dubai alone.
The Dubai-based carrier has operated 23 repatriation flights since March 19.
Yet another person has run into trouble in Dubai for mocking an official institution on social media.
Certain categories of federal government employees in the UAE will be granted paid leave as part of the precautionary measures against COVID-19.
A unified hotline has been launched in Dubai to enhance child protection programmes.
Dubai Police officers distributed packages with sterilisation products, lunch bags and essential items to workers across the emirate.
The UAE has sent an aid plane carrying 10 metric tonnes of medical supplies to Colombia.
More than half a million COVID-19 medical tests have been conducted in the UAE.
Residents in the UAE are being urged to dispose of their masks and gloves properly, instead of throwing them on the streets.
The UAE has confirmed 300 new cases of COVID-19.
Authorities in Dubai say they will not hold back in punishing residents who mock the 'stay home, stay safe' campaign on social media.
A Dubai presenter has passed away in the UK due to COVID-19.
A total of 63 Hawksbill turtle nests have been spotted in Sharjah’s Sir Bu Nair Island Reserve.
Authorities in Dubai are urging residents not to request for home services from salons and beauty parlours until further notice.
The UAE has sent an aid plane with medical supplies to Kazakhstan to help the country combat the coronavirus pandemic.
Services at government transaction centres in Dubai will remain suspended until April 18 as part of efforts to limit the spread of COVID-19.
The UAE has confirmed 283 new cases of COVID-19.
The Dubai Health Authority (DHA) has announced the opening of a drive-thru for COVID-19 testing, free of charge.
Italy's ambassador to the UAE has thanked the leaders of the Emirates for sending an aid plane full of medical supplies to Italy.
The UAE is taking further measures to streamline volunteering and community service activities during emergencies.
An Asian man has run into trouble for mocking policemen in a video posted online.
Residents in Abu Dhabi are being warned about the dangers of leaving hand sanitisers inside vehicles.
His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, has thanked the country’s healthcare workers for risking their lives to save the lives of others.
The under-secretary of the Ministry of Health and Prevention (MoHAP) has praised the Emirates Health Services Establishment’s efforts.
Dubai Customs say they have stepped up health and safety measures to protect their inspectors and ensure uninterrupted non-oil trade.
Abu Dhabi has rolled out a medicine delivery service for all citizens and residents in the capital.
The temporary closure of commercial activities in Dubai has been extended until April 18.
Dubai Opera may not be open at the moment, but it’s preparing to stage a spectacular performance that could star you.
The Dubai Health Authority’s medicine delivery service has been expanded to cover the entire UAE.
Food retail outlets and pharmacies in the capital must be open until midnight, and will be permitted to operate round the clock.
Researchers at the UAE’s Khalifa University are taking steps to meet the growing global demand for emergency ventilators due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Isolators are being installed in Dubai’s taxis as part of further preventive measures against the spread of COVID-19.
Restaurants and bakeries in Ajman have been asked to install surveillance cameras to ensure food safety and hygiene within the premises.
More school operators in the UAE are taking steps to help families overcome the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dubai’s Department of Economic Development says warehouses & delivery services that support the e-commerce sector are exempt from seeking ‘move permits’.
Dubai’s Movement Permit Registration Scheme has been updated for those not travelling in a car.
Authorities in Abu Dhabi are reminding the public about the timings for the national sterilisation programme in the emirate.
Hundreds of mosques in Dubai are being disinfected as part of the ongoing national sterilisation programme.
A Board of Directors for the Emirates Health Services Establishment has been formed.
Emirates Airline has modified its procedures for the limited repatriation flight schedule.
The UAE has confirmed 277 new cases of COVID-19.
The UAE has sent an aid plane with medical supplies to Italy.
Community event spaces in Abu Dhabi are being converted into temporary stores and distribution points for food and consumer goods.
The Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation (MoHRE) has defined five procedures that will enable foreign employees in the UAE to obtain "Early Leave".
Etihad Airways will trial tech that will allow self-service devices at airports to identify unwell travellers, even those in early stages of COVID-19.
Dubai Police have launched video-conferencing services for prisoners in their punitive and correctional facilities.
The UAE government has started the process of bringing home over 80 Emirati nationals from the UK.
A draft law on public health is taking shape in the UAE.
The Supreme Committee of Crisis and Disaster Management in Dubai says people who wish to travel from their homes for non-work related purposes now require a permit.
The UAE has announced 294 new cases of COVID-19.
A new digital platform has been launched allowing healthcare staff to register for volunteering opportunities in Abu Dhabi.
The UAE has helped repatriate hundreds of British citizens in coordination with the UK government.
Fines issued to motorists due to the traffic restrictions in Dubai in the past two days will be waived.
Intercity bus services in Dubai have been suspended until further notice.
The toll-free number 800-737-648 can be used to ask questions about traffic restrictions and exemptions; access to services and other basic requirements.
The Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation (MoHRE) has launched the ‘Early Leave’ initiative for residents working in the private sector.
Holders of expired visas will be exempt from residency-related fines until the end of this year.
The disinfection programme in Dubai has been extended for 24 hours a day for the next two weeks, starting from 8:00 pm on Saturday, April 4.
There's a free bus service for healthcare workers in Abu Dhabi.
The UAE is offering online support to help people overcome the psychological impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
The current coronavirus pandemic is seeing the UAE emerge as a world leader when it comes to drone capabilities.
All areas of Dubai have been successfully covered during the National Disinfection Programme.
Abu Dhabi Police are urging the public to watch out for fraudsters trying to take advantage of the situation around COVID-19.
The temporary closure of commercial centres and public venues in Abu Dhabi has been extended until further notice.
Flights carrying British nationals to the UK will be allowed to transit via the UAE during the COVID-19 emergency period.
Dubai's Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) is offering free bus services and 50 per cent discount on taxi fares during the 24-hour disinfection programme.
Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has announced the closure of all its customer happiness centres until further notice.
Dubai's new regulations for the 24-hour disinfection period makes it compulsory to wear masks outside the home with stringent legal penalties for those who don't comply.
The UAE government has formally requested the postponement of Expo 2020 in a letter to the Expo governing body, the Bureau International des Expositions (BIE).
The UAE has confirmed 241 new cases in the country, bringing the nation's total to 1,505.
The UAE’s National Disinfection Programme, which has been running daily between 8:00 pm and 6:00 am, has been extended.
A new smart app to monitor the movement of people who are in mandatory home quarantine has been launched in Abu Dhabi.
You can still book a taxi in Dubai during the National Disinfection Programme, which has been running daily between 8:00 pm and 6:00 am.
Special needs students need to be given more flexibility in order to make the most of distance learning.
The Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry has pledged AED10 million for the fight against COVID-19.
The UAE has confirmed 240 new cases of COVID-19, while one patient has died and another 12 have recovered.
An Asian expat has been arrested in Dubai for posting a video on social media that promotes fake news.
UAE nationals who are currently stranded overseas will be flown home for free by Emirates Airline.
Dubai has announced the launch of a ‘Social Solidarity Fund’ to support the fight against COVID-19.
Authorities in the UAE are once again urging the public not to circulate rumours and to always rely on information from official sources.
Hotels in Dubai have displayed glowing hearts on their windows in solidarity with communities around the world battling the COVID-19 pandemic.
The ban on holding events and wedding parties in Abu Dhabi has been extended until further notice.
Dubai Airports has been working closely with airlines, embassies and government authorities abroad to provide solutions to the 600 passengers currently stranded at DXB.
The UAE is lifting its seasonal ban on fishing and selling sharks.
JA Resorts & Hotels are giving away 1000 free overnight stays across their resorts for medical workers in the UAE.
Abu Dhabi residents have been advised to contact Estijaba in case of a suspected COVID-19 infection.
Three more months have been added to the validity of expired health cards in Dubai.
Legal action will be taken against companies that increase prices on essential products in Abu Dhabi.
The UAE's national carrier Etihad Airways will be renewing flights to select destinations, starting Sunday April 5.
UAE residents who have not been able to return to the country will be unable to do so for two more weeks, starting Thursday April 2.
The UAE has confirmed 210 new cases of COVID-19.
More than 600 residential properties are being disinfected in Dubai.
Nine pharmacies and two pharmaceutical suppliers in Dubai have been fined for increasing the price of face masks.
The UAE's Ministry of Education (MoE) has banned private tutoring at homes and educational institutions to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Home delivery taxis are now operating in Abu Dhabi, helping customers receive their orders from retail outlets that don’t traditionally have online platforms.
The President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan has appointed a new governor of the UAE Central Bank.
The Ministry of Climate Change and Environment (MOCCAE) has lifted annual fishing bans starting April 5.
The UAE has confirmed 150 new cases of COVID-19 and the death of two people.
The UAE has an efficient supply chain system to ensure there’s adequate stock of essential items in the country.
The Innoventures education group has announced its fee relief measures for families affected by the global shutdown from COVID-19.
Inspections are being stepped up in Dubai to ensure that the cost of essential commodities are kept under check.
All remaining board exams for students in CBSE curriculum schools in the UAE and several other countries have been cancelled this year.
Al Ain Hospital has been closed to the public as it’s now a facility dedicated to treating and isolating patients with COVID-19.
Residents and healthcare workers in Dubai who need rides to hospitals or medical facilities will be offered discounted taxi fares.
Burj Khalifa lit up to thank all frontline teams combating COVID-19 in the UAE.
Dubai-based companies will be using taxi services to deliver their products to customers.
The UAE is supporting global efforts to tackle the COVID-19 pandemic.
Partners of Expo 2020 around the world have offered their support following the decision to look at postponing the event.
Dubai's Knowledge & Human Development Authority (KHDA) answers parents' queries on the refund of school bus fees.
One of Dubai’s largest education providers has announced it will provide a discount on school fees to families directly impacted by the economic and financial impact of the global shutdown.
Dubai Economy has launched a 'Price Monitor' portal to ensure supermarkets don't manipulate the costs of essential supplies.
Buses and taxis will operate limited services during the national disinfection programme that will run between 8:00 pm and 6:00 am.
Dubai Municipality on Wednesday withdrew six types of hand sanitisers from the local market for not meeting the approved health and safety standards.
People who need to step out for emergencies during the hours of the UAE's National Sterilisation Programme don't need to apply for a 'move permit' anymore.
There are only two reasons we may need to get tested for coronavirus, according to the Dubai Health Authority (DHA).
Dubai's private schools regulator has addressed concerns surrounding tuition fees as e-learning initiative gets extended until June.
A UAE-led initiative to raise awareness about COVID-19 has drawn an incredible global response within a week of its launch.
His Highness Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, has praised citizens and residents for helping keep the community safe.
There’s a new resource to find reliable, accurate information about COVID-19 that’s been published by the UAE’s National Emergency Crisis and Disasters Management Authority (NCEMA).
If you have racked up traffic fines in Sharjah, now is the time to settle them.
The UAE has set-up the largest testing laboratory in the world for COVID-19 outside of China.
A total of 51 stores in the UAE have launched mobile applications to provide services remotely to consumers.
The UAE government has helped repatriate a pregnant UAE resident who was stranded in the United States with her family.
The UAE has participated in the second virtual G20 meeting for ministers of finance and central bank governors.
The UAE has announced 53 new cases of COVID-19.
A total of 1,743 Emiratis have been successfully evacuated by the UAE from other countries.
Traffic violations will be waived for medical personnel in Ajman.
Additional restrictions are in place on the movement of people and traffic in Dubai’s Al Ras area over the next two weeks to help with the sterilisation programme.
UAE residents, whose visas have expired, need not worry.
The UAE will offer free counselling to help members of the community deal with the stress and anxiety caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Dubai Ambulance has launched a new sanitising facility for its employees to help paramedics safeguard against infection.
A Dubai-based couple, who tested positive for COVID-19, has highlighted the importance of social distancing and following the stay at home rules.
Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority is closing some of its service centres and will change the business hours of others from Wednesday, April 1.
While staying at home, Dubai Municipality is reminding us that all service requests can be lodged through its mobile app, 'Dubai 24|7'.
Dubai Economy has fined three pharmacies in Jumeirah, Al Khawaneej and Mirdif for tampering with the prices of face masks and sanitisers.
Health authorities in Abu Dhabi have dismissed reports suggesting a discrepancy in the official number of COVID-19 infections in the UAE as "untrue".
The UAE is taking further steps to ensure there’s enough stock of food items during emergencies and disasters.
The Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Centre (MBRSC) has extended the registration deadline for the second batch of the UAE Astronaut Programme until May 1.
Dubai's Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has announced the closure of three Metro stations as part of precautionary measures taken to fight the novel coronavirus.
Dubai has announced plans to set up a Centre for Coronavirus Control.
All paid and multi-storey public parking spaces in Dubai will be free for two weeks starting Tuesday, March 31.
A new link has been set-up for people to apply for ‘move permits’, should they need to buy essentials like food or medicine during the night.
Expo 2020 Dubai organisers have discussed the potential postponement of the event to 2021 with stakeholders.
All UAE schools and universities will continue the remote learning programme until the end of the current academic year (2019 - 2020).
The UAE has confirmed 41 new cases of COVID-19, bringing the total number of infections to 611.
Establishments in the UAE cannot force people to wear face masks.
Eight pharmacies in Sharjah have been shut down after they were caught sharply increasing the price of face marks, sanitisers and gloves.
Dubai Municipality has reassured the public on the safety of products used in the sterilisation operations in the country.
Dubai Police cars have been patrolling the streets of the emirate to ensure that people are abiding by the National Disinfection Programme's rules and guidelines.
Over the next 10 days, the UAE will open more drive-through coronavirus testing centres across the country.
Authorities are warning residents about bank scams currently making the rounds in the UAE.
Motorists in the UAE will pay less at the pumps in April.
Authorities will now be able to respond rapidly to senior citizens and residents across Dubai.
A man who posted a video on social media ridiculing the UAE's National Sterilisation Programme has been arrested in Sharjah.
The UAE's frontline health workers are being honoured in a new social media campaign.
An Indian businessman has donated a fully-equipped building in Jumeirah Lake Towers to quarantine people who've tested positive for COVID-19.
The Ministry of Health and Prevention (MoHAP) has announced it has carried out more than 220,000 laboratory tests across the UAE for coronavirus.
Dubai saved 178 megawatts of electricity during Earth Hour, according to the Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA), equivalent to 74 tonnes of carbon emissions.
The Abu Dhabi Crown Prince has spoken with Pope Francis about the global COVID-19 pandemic.
The Environment and Protected Areas Authority (EPAA) has foiled an attempt to smuggle 146 endangered birds and animals into the UAE.
The Sharjah Executive Council has announced that it will extend the suspension of all events throughout the emirate until the end of April.
One-hundred-and-two new cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in the UAE, bringing the total number to 570 cases.
The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) will continue to suspend metro, tram and marine services during the overnight sterilisation programme.
Starting Monday, motorists in Abu Dhabi will not have to pay for parking.
Dubai Economy have urged residents to shop responsibly when it comes to faces masks, sanitiser and gloves.
UAE Attorney-General Hamad Saif Al Shamsi has detailed a set of fines for those violating the COVID-19 preventive measures.
Abu Dhabi has set up a website to issue 'move permits' for residents during the National Sterilisation Programme.
As many as 29,000 UAE residents, who've been stranded abroad due to the latest travel restrictions, have registered with the UAE ministry to facilitate their return home.
A mobile drive-through test centre for COVID-19 has been set up in Abu Dhabi for all community members.
The Big Heart Foundation will be donating AED300,000 to schools in Sharjah.
Forces in Saudi Arabia have intercepted and destroyed ballistic missiles launched by Houthi rebels.
All lab tests conducted on the people recently evacuated from China and brought to the UAE came back negative for COVID-19.
Hundreds of German tourists have been repatriated from Ras Al Khaimah after being stranded in the UAE.
The UAE's Ministry of Health and Prevention announced that the National Disinfection Programme has been a success and will be extended.
Sixty-three new cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in the UAE, bringing the total number to 468 cases.
Millions of dirhams have been donated by Dubai-based charity organisations to battle coronavirus in the UAE.
Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority have sterilised many trains, trams, buses and taxis.
Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) are asking us all to switch off all lights and appliances between 8.30 and 9.30 tonight.
Dubai Police catch motorists disobeying rules to stay off the roads from 8pm to 6am.
Seventy-two new cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in the UAE, while three people have recovered.
Two people have been rescued following a gas cylinder explosion at a house in Dubai’s Al Khawaneej area.
Mobile phone subscribers with expired ID documents need not worry as their connections will not be disrupted.
Dubai residents who wish to step out of their homes to buy essentials like food or medicine during the overnight disinfection drive will need to get approval online.
Business establishments in the UAE are extending further support to the country in the fight against COVID-19.
Dubai has announced free parking for motorists during the sterilisation programme, which runs until Sunday morning.
Majority of private sector employees have been directed to work from home for two weeks, starting Sunday, March 29.
Motorists in the UAE whose driving licences are due to expire over the next three months can now renew them online.
People caught violating the measures put in place to fight COVID-19 in the UAE will be fined between AED 500 and AED 50,000.
Majority of the UAE's public sector workers have been directed to work from home for two weeks, starting Sunday, March 29.
The UAE has stressed the need for an "international response" to tackle the coronavirus pandemic.
The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) will suspend metro, tram and marine services during overnight sterilisation programme across the weekend.
The Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA) have praised students, teachers and parents for getting through the first week of distance learning.
A nationwide disinfection campaign will be carried out overnight in the UAE for three days to clean all public transport facilities and communal areas.
Several public bus services in Abu Dhabi have been suspended as a precaution during the Covid-19 outbreak.
All banks in the UAE have been directed to replenish ATMs with new banknotes, as part of efforts to prevent the spread of coronavirus and to ensure the health and safety of bank customers.
Work permits and residence visas will be renewed automatically in the UAE as part of efforts to limit the spread of COVID-19.
The UAE has condemned this week's terrorist attack in western Chad that left more than 90 soldiers dead.
Fewer people are being arrested in Abu Dhabi.
The Dubai Health Authority (DHA) is joining hands with Twitter to provide more accurate information on COVID-19 to the public.
The US Secretary of State has praised the UAE for the steps its taken to contain the spread of COVID-19.
Authorities have temporarily lifted the ban on the movement of trucks weighing 2.5 tonnes on Dubai’s roads.
Parts of Dubai erupted in applause for healthcare professionals on Wednesday night.
Officials in the UAE have arrested 64 people who were infected with COVID-19 and did not follow the health and safety guidelines.
Dubai Economy have directed all private sector companies to implement remote working for 80% of their employees from Wednesday, March 25 until April 9.
The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has announced additional steps that will be taken to protect metro, bus and taxi passengers as a precautionary measure against COVID-19.
The UAE has announced 85 new cases of COVID-19, bringing the total to 333 cases in the country.
All shops, barring those outlets that provide essential services, have been ordered to close for two weeks, starting today.
Abu Dhabi has launched an initiative for people to make financial and in-kind contributions.
Pharmacies, supermarkets and all other food retail outlets (including groceries and cooperative societies) in the UAE are allowed to remain open 24/7.
Indian diplomatic missions in the UAE have introduced some changes to their services as part of precautions against COVID-19.
Authorities in the UAE are reminding the public to wear masks only if they suffer from chronic diseases or flu symptoms.
Further measures are being adopted to ensure that technical faults on Dubai Metro are quickly dealt with.
The UAE has announced 50 new cases of COVID-19.
A European woman has been arrested in Dubai for violating the government’s instructions to stay at home.
The UAE's Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) has enabled some apps that use video calls to support employees working from home and distance learning, amidst the COVID-19 outbreak.
Drones are being used to ensure that residents are avoiding public spaces in Dubai.
Medical professionals in the UAE can now volunteer using the ‘Day for Dubai’ app.
The UAE government has reiterated its full-fledged support for medical professionals and other emergency workers involved in combatting the COVID-19 pandemic.
Visitors, who are not able to leave the UAE due to flight suspensions and the closure of borders, need not worry.
The UAE is taking steps to prepare Emirati youth for dealing with pandemics and helping with disease prevention.
Sharjah has announced free parking for motorists until further notice.
The UAE has called on all Emirati students abroad to return to the country within the next 48 hours.
The UAE’s business community is extending further support to the country in the fight against COVID-19.
Supermarket chains in the UAE are reassuring customers that their stores won't be affected by the government's decision to shut commercial centres and shopping malls.
Social distancing is not a choice, but rather everyone's social responsibility in the UAE at the moment.
One of the recently confirmed COVID-19 patients returned to the UAE after his trip abroad and infected 17 others.
The UAE has confirmed 45 new cases of COVID-19, bringing the total number of cases to 198 in the country.
Etihad Airways will be suspending all passenger flights to and from Abu Dhabi from Wednesday, March 25.
All rental property eviction cases currently underway have been put on hold in Abu Dhabi.
Renewing expired vehicle registration cards can now be done remotely for the next three months in the UAE.
The UAE government is urging the public to stay at home unless it’s absolutely necessary to step out.
All restaurants, cafes and food outlets in Dubai will stop dine-in options for two weeks, starting today, as authorities tighten measures to combat the spread of coronavirus.
The UAE has decided to close all commercial centres and shopping malls along with fish, meat and vegetables markets for a renewable period of two weeks.
The UAE government has suspended all inbound and outbound passenger flights for two weeks.
A European man has been arrested for filming and seemingly mocking beach closure instructions issued by a Dubai Police patrol unit.
Residents are being urged to keep hand sanitisers and gloves away from any fires or open flames as they are highly flammable.
The Dubai World Cup 2020 has been cancelled in the UAE.
Students from Al Majd Model School in Sharjah were joined by an important guest during their first e-learning session today.
Abu Dhabi shops have introduced special floor stickers and placards to enable customers practice social distancing as the UAE combats the spread of coronavirus.
The UAE has announced several public areas will be closed for two weeks starting Sunday, March 22.
The distribution of all print newspapers, magazines and marketing materials will be temporarily suspended in the UAE from Tuesday, March 24.
Despite a thundering storm last night, several residents in Dubai Marina took to their balconies to honour healthcare workers across the UAE.
With the spring break for educational institutions in the UAE officially coming to an end, students are getting back to their lessons - but this time they won't be leaving their homes.
Authorities in the UAE are taking further steps to help residence visa holders who are currently outside the country.
Major streets across Dubai are being deep cleaned as part of a massive sterilisation drive to tackle the spread of COVID-19.
Parts of the UAE were hit by a thunderstorm on Saturday evening.
Residents are being told to avoid public spaces such as beaches and parks in the UAE.
The Ministry of Health and Prevention (MoHAP) confirmed 13 new cases of Covid-19 in the country.
First Abu Dhabi Bank has partnered with the Ministry of Education to provide laptops worth AED5 million to support its distance learning platform.
It has extended the deadline for the 50% discount on traffic violations committed in the emirate until June 22, 2020.
There'll be storms with thunder and lightning across parts of the country.
The UAE on Friday announced two people have died from coronavirus in the country.
The UAE on Friday revised its decision to allow GCC nationals to enter the country.
The UAE has maintained its top position in the Arab world for the sixth consecutive year, according to the latest edition of the World Happiness Report for 2020.
Emirati businessman Khalaf Al Habtoor has donated 50 ambulances and a quarantine building unit to help support the UAE in its fight against the coronavirus.
The UAE has launched a round-the-clock hotline to help residents, who are currently out of the country.
The UAE will allow GCC citizens to enter the country from 10:00 am on Saturday, March 21.
Despite the challenges that come with a nearly total lockdown, a resident in Philippines highlights why it's crucial to remain optimistic.
Sea cruises, desert camps, safaris and floating restaurants have been shut down with immediate effect in Abu Dhabi.
The UAE has helped evacuate 80 South Korean nationals from Iran.
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