Dubai Customs’ Seyaj intercepts 76 kg of meth and hashish

حملة “وطن آمن” لجمارك دبي توجه ضربات موجعة للمهربين

Dubai – 02 January 2021: Dubai Customs busted a major drug trafficking operation, seizing 76.31 kg of narcotics at Hamriya Port. The Dh47.5 million worth of drugs comprising 30.15 kg of crystal meth and 46.16 kg of hashish were found skillfully stashed inside an inbound container shipment, said Ibrahim Kamali, acting executive director of Customs Inspection Division at Dubai Customs. “Upon analysis of intelligence data our officers got suspicious over an inbound shipment to Hamriya Port that was flagged by the Risk Engine system as being high risk,” he pointed…

Khorfakkan a huge hit; debut screening draws 2,000 spectators       from across the UAE

فيلم خورفكان في عرضه لأهل المدينةألفا مشاهد عادو بالزمن أربعة قرون

 Grab your chance to enjoy the two-hour historical drama under the stars at the vast, open air Khorfakkan Amphitheatre until Dec 19    The recently opened Khorfakkan Amphitheatre was packed yesterday (Tuesday) evening with 2,000 people, who came in from all over the UAE to Sharjah’s coastal city for the first public screening of the historical drama, Khorfakkan. The massive success of the opening show can perhaps be attributed to the fact that watching a movie, which recounts events that took place in the very location where the film is…

Dubai Customs’ Coastal Centers deals with 5,700 dhows and vessels

Dubai – 29 June 2020: Three customs centers (Hamriya, Creek and Deira Wharfage) at Dubai Customs have dealt with 5,700 traditional dhows and vessels in the last 5 months of 2020. The positive figures, during what has been a testing time, reflects a resilient economy that maintains diversity, even during crises. The customs centers, operated by the Coastal Customs Center Management, have been active and busy as ever during the pandemic in dealing with large volume of goods. Creek and Deira Wharfage centers dealt with 3,300 dhows, carrying 124,000 tons…

AMAALA Appoints HKS Architects Master Planner of Triple Bay and The Coastal Development

Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, (AETOSWire): AMAALA, the ultra-luxury destination located along Saudi Arabia’s northwestern coastline, has announced the appointment of international design firm HKS Architects as Master Planner for Triple Bay and The Coastal Development. Set in the Prince Mohammed bin Salman Nature Reserve, AMAALA will bring to life the desires and ambitions of a community passionate about shaping, and living, transformative moments. Commenting on the appointment Chief Executive Officer of AMAALA, Nicholas Naples, said: “AMAALA will be a globally recognised destination for arts and culture, as well as one of the most comprehensive, integrative…