Sixty-one people died as a result of speeding in across Abu Dhabi emirate last year, according to police. Brigadier general Hussein Ahmed Al Harthi, director of traffic and patrols, said that the figure represents 23 per cent of the total number ... Abu Dhabi National, 6 days ago
2 images for "hussein ahmed al harthi"
Authorities say one of the main causes of accidents is talking on mobile phones The number of road fatalities and car crashes caused by women drivers in the UAE decreased in 2014. New statistics released by the General Department of Traffic ...7 Days in Dubai, 1 week ago Road accidents caused by UAE women drivers decreases 7 Days Abu Dhabi, 1 week ago
ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates - Wednesday, December 24th 2014 [ME NewsWire] Lt. General Saif Abdullah Al Shafar, Undersecretary at the Ministry of Interior, met with the leaders of GCC and Arab delegations participating as observers in the joint ...World Connector Net, 1 month ago Al Shafar Meets Leaders of GCC and Arab Delegations Participating in Search and Rescue Exercise Emirates Week, 1 month ago
Al Mafraq - Al Ghowaifat highway has been named the UAE's most dangerous road. (, for illustrative purposes only) Abu Dhabi authorities have launched a AED40m (US$11m) safety programme for the UAE's most dangerous road. The 327km Al Mafraq - Al ...Arabian Supply Chain, 1 month ago
on your WebpageAdd Widget >Get your members hooked!