Dubai news roundup: March 23

Dubai weather forecast, water scarcity, Joe Cocker in Dubai and more UAE news

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Japanese restaurants in Dubai are starting to feel the effects of the radiation leaks at the Fukushima nuclear plant as all food imports from Japan are being tested by the UAE government.
Full story: The National

Joe Cocker to play in Dubai on May 22 with the show being his only Middle Eastern appearance.
Full story: The National

Weathermen are expecting a rise in UAE daytime temperatures today and maximum could touch 35 degrees.
Full story: Gulf News

Research shows that the UAE, along with other Opec countries, is facing extreme water scarcity. The lack of access to water could lead to higher oil prices.
Full story: Emirates 24/7

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