United Arab Emirates Says 5 Diplomats Killed in Afghan Blast
Wednesday, 11 January 2017 DUBAI, United Arab Emirates—The United Arab Emirates said on Wednesday that five of its diplomats were killed in a bombing in southern Afghanistan the day before, the deadliest attack to ever target the young nation’s diplomatic corps.
Part of exploring a newish fuel is figuring out the locations where it will have a real effect. That's why Toyota is heading to the United Arab Emirates with its Mirai fuel-cell vehicle. Toyota will start testing its hydrogen-powered Mirai in the UAE, Reuters reports. Enlarge Image It's a ballsy...
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