UAE bans flying of recreational drones

A rare drone and missile strike on the capital of Abu Dhabi blew up several fuel tankers and killed three people last week.

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1/23/2022 11:30:00 AM

UAE bans the flying of drones for recreation after Yemen 's Houthi rebels claimed a fatal drone attack on an oil facility and major airport

A rare drone and missile strike on the capital of Abu Dhabi blew up several fuel tankers and killed three people last week.

The United Arab Emirates has banned the flying of drones in the country for recreation after Yemen's Houthi rebels claimed a fatal drone attack on an oil facility and major airport in the country.As of Saturday, drone hobbyists and other operators of light electric sports aircraft face “legal liabilities” if caught flying the objects, the Interior Ministry said, adding it may grant exemptions to businesses seeking to film.

The Houthis, who hold Yemen's capital and have fought a bloody, yearslong war with a Saudi-led military coalition that includes the UAE, claimed the assault. While the UAE has largely withdrawn troops from the stalemated conflict, the country continues to be a major player and support local militias on the ground.

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UAE bans flying of recreational drones after fatal attackDUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — The United Arab Emirates has banned the flying of drones in the country for recreation after Yemen 's Houthi rebels claimed a fatal drone attack on an oil facility and major airport in the country. Great one step closer to banning tourists and workers. UAE the country famous for Dubai is in a war with Yemen. The country is unsafe. Countries should change their travel advisory to match reality! They have not done this for the past 7 years and put their citizens at risk. While it's at it, can the UAE stop its military drones from doing daily bombardment in Tigray? TigrayGenocide

UAE bans flying of recreational drones after fatal attackDUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — The United Arab Emirates has banned the flying of drones in the country for recreation after Yemen 's Houthi rebels claimed a fatal drone attack on an oil facility and major airport in the country. Great one step closer to banning tourists and workers. UAE the country famous for Dubai is in a war with Yemen. The country is unsafe. Countries should change their travel advisory to match reality! They have not done this for the past 7 years and put their citizens at risk. While it's at it, can the UAE stop its military drones from doing daily bombardment in Tigray? TigrayGenocide

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Airstrikes in Yemen kill dozens, including children, and knock out internetThe Saudi-led coalition has ramped up air raids in Yemen in recent days after Houthi rebels claimed an attack in the UAE. Some observation about airstrikes on Muslim regions. Anytime such an event takes place there are reports of children killed.

The UAE said the Houthis targeted the country with bomb-laden drones and cruise and ballistic missiles, adding the country had intercepted some of the projectiles. (Reuters) The United Arab Emirates has banned the flying of drones in the country for recreation after Yemen's Houthi rebels claimed a fatal drone attack on an oil facility and major airport in the country. As of Saturday, drone hobbyists and other operators of light electric sports aircraft face “legal liabilities” if caught flying the objects, the Interior Ministry said, adding it may grant exemptions to businesses seeking to film. The Houthis, who hold Yemen's capital and have fought a bloody, yearslong war with a Saudi-led military coalition that includes the UAE, claimed the assault.  While the UAE has largely withdrawn troops from the stalemated conflict, the country continues to be a major player and support local militias on the ground. READ MORE: Deadly 'drone strike' hits UAE as Houthis announce military operations The UAE said the Houthis targeted the country with bomb-laden drones and cruise and ballistic missiles, adding the country had intercepted some of the projectiles.  In response to the strike, the Saudi-led coalition has escalated attacks on the rebel-held parts of Yemen in the last week. Government regulations in the UAE already restrict flying drones in residential areas as well as near, around and over airports. Drone users typically must obtain a certificate from the civil aviation authorities. READ MORE: