News BREAKING: UAE's mosques to open starting Wednesday

BREAKING: UAE’s mosques to open starting Wednesday

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UAE authorities announced on Sunday that mosques will be open starting Wednesday for worshippers. 

Mosques will be open with 30 percent limit, while Friday prayers will remain suspended. 

A spokesperson from the National Emergency, Crisis and Disaster Management Authority said that some mosques will still be closed for further notice like the ones in parks, malls and industrial areas. 

This is a developing story. 

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