Dubai news roundup: March 3

Counterfeit medication, simplification of car registration and more UAE news.

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Health officials advise people not to buy medications from supermarkets as they are sometimes fake or counterfeit.
Full story: The National

Drivers with car registrations and licenses issued from Dubai will be able to renew them across the UAE as part of project aiming to simplify the renewal process.
Full story: Gulf News

Employees working in similar jobs are often not paid same wages. Experts explain how factors such as gender and nationality play a role.
Full story: Emirates 24/7

New code of conduct for UAE pupils approved by Minister of Education in order to improve behavior in schools.
Full story: Khaleej Times

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The critically acclaimed Shakespeare play will be performed in January

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