The President of the State orders the sending of urgent humanitarian aid to Somalia

His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the State, ordered to provide urgent humanitarian aid worth 35 million dirhams to the State of Somalia to support development efforts in this sister country. His Highness’ directives to provide this assistance are part of the fraternal relations between the two brother countries, and this … Read more

Dolphins can recognize each other by the taste of their urine, according to a study | dolphins

Dolphins are able to recognize each other by the taste of their urine, a study has found. Researchers at the University of St Andrews have found that mammals can recognize friends and family without seeing or hearing them. This unique sense of taste allows dolphins to differentiate themselves from their peers through their urine and … Read more

New York City airports can no longer overcharge travelers for food and beverages

New York City has been doing a lot in recent years to improve its three airports, from building entirely new terminals to modernizing concourses and security checkpoints. But one of the most passenger-friendly changes to New York City airports was announced on May 12. The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, which manages … Read more

Jailer tried to sell contraband porn to inmates, AL police say

A corrections officer attempted to smuggle pornographic flash drives into the jail where he worked to sell them to inmates, according to an Alabama corrections officer. A corrections officer was caught trying to smuggle pornography flash drives and other contraband into the jail where he worked to sell them to inmates, according to the Alabama … Read more

Suspect accused of shooting volunteer firefighter to death thought he was a werewolf chased by vampires, mom says – New York Daily News

A Kentucky man who shot people who stopped to help him after he ran out of gas in Indiana, killing a Good Samaritan, had supernatural delusions, according to his mother. Justin Moore, 31, ran out of gas near an elementary school in Palmyra around 9:30 p.m. Monday, Indiana State Police said in a statement. While … Read more