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United Arab Emirates (UAE): Country Profile

Full Country Name: United Arab Emirates.
Area: 83,600 sq km; 77,700 sq km excluding islands, of which 97% is desert.
Population: 5.4 million.
Capital City: Abu Dhabi.
People: Of the total 5.4 million residents, less than 20% are Emirati, more than one-third are South Asian, and a significant number are from Europe and North Africa.
Languages: Arabic. English is widely understood and Hindi and Urdu are common among immigrants.
Religion(s): Islam is the official religion, and widely practised. The majority of Emirati citizens are Sunni Muslim with a Shi'a minority. Many foreigners are Muslim. Hindus and Christians make up a portion of the UAE's foreign population.
Currency: 1 UAE Dirham = 100 fils.

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