People from Pakistan were killed in the blasts in Abu Dhabi

People from Pakistan were killed in the blasts in Abu Dhabi

Three people are killed in an explosion in Abu Dhabi, including a Pakistani. An explosion near the United Arab Emirates (UAE) capital of Abu Dhabi has resulted in the deaths of at least three persons, one of them is a Pakistani national. As reported by Al-Arabiya.net, an explosion in a petrol tanker in Abu Dhabi claimed the lives of three individuals and wounded six others.

The victims were identified as a Pakistani national and two Indian citizens, with another six persons injured. They suffered just minor to severe injuries, and the flames have been brought under control. There has been no disruption to air traffic.

Drones, according to the international news agency Reuters, may have been responsible for the explosions on three oil tankers in Abu Dhabi and the fire at the site of the expansion of the new airport in the United Arab Emirates, while the Houthi rebels in Yemen declared themselves to be united in their resistance. According to a spokesperson for the Houthi militia, the Houthis want to conduct a significant military offensive in the United Arab Emirates within the next several hours.

The United Arab Emirates is believed to have engaged in the Yemeni civil war in 2015 as part of the Arab League’s efforts to bring the conflict to an end. Was Following the Arab League’s report, the vessel was its way from the Yemeni island of Socotra to the Saudi port of Jazan, where it was transporting medical equipment that had been loaned to the island by a Saudi business for use in a field hospital. In addition to the seven Indian sailors on board, I also had an Ethiopian and an Indonesian crew member as well as a Filipino and a Myanmar crew member.

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