Dubai news roundup: April 3

Indians celebrate World Cup victory, tram network to complete in 2014, low visibility on UAE highways and more UAE news

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People were celebrating in the streets of Dubai yesterday as India won the ICC Cricket World Cup.
Full story: Emirates 24/7

Meteorologists send out a low-visibility warning this morning, due to heavy fog. Visibility along the Abu Dhabi-Dubai highway is especially low and motorists should be cautious.
Full story: Emirates 24/7

The new Al Sofouh tram between Dubai Marina and Jumeirah is now 30 per cent complete and the first stage of the project is expected to be finished in 2014.
Full story: 7days

Experts say that only infrastructure upgrades can prevent future underwater internet cable cuts like the one that occurred last week.
Full story: The National

UAE Special Forces stormed hijacked ship bound for Dubai yesterday, rescuing crew and arresting pirates.
Full story: The National

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