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Omani exclave thrives in heart of the UAE

Madha is an Omani town inside the United Arab Emirates which has managed to retain its own character.
Last Modified: 10 Nov 2012 12:48

Deep inside the United Arab Emirates, there is a town called Madha which is unusual because the community is not part of the UAE.

Because of a decision taken 70 years ago, Madha belongs to a different country, Oman, and maintains its own unique character.

Al Jazeera’s Andrew Hopkins reports from Madha.

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