Of nearly 150 world records held by the UAE, we can all endorse the bid for a new one by organising the biggest seabed cleanup ever.
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The Rana Plaza tragedy should be the reason for retailers and suppliers to better identify and understand their operational and supply chain risk and improve workforce safety practices
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Several Arab writers have highlighted the crisis of political Islam and rise of violence in the region after the Arab Spring. In an opinion piece carried by the Sharjah-based newspaper Al Khaleej,…
Michael Phelps came out of retirement to go for a try at a fourth Olympic Games. How does his comeback attempt compare to some of other high-profile returns in sport history?
No penalty for pulling out as 2019 Asian Games host.
American graffiti artists Pose + Revok will be making their first appearance in the region tonight. The famed pair, who have had sold out shows in Miami, New York and Detroit are…
The Hong Kong-based luxury hotelier will open a Shangri-La hotel in Tibet
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Lettings at Abu Dhabi’s largest new office development have been put on hold until the publication of new financial zone regulations that could affect tenants.
US President Barack Obama tells Japan Washington is committed to its defence including islands disputed with China.
Images from earlier in the week as Floyd Mayweather trained at the Mayweather Boxing Club in Las Vegas ahead of his May 3 championship unification fight with Marcos Maidana.
Last week’s avalanche at the Earth’s highest peak, the deadliest disaster in mountaineering history, revealed the pittance that Sherpas and their survivors are paid for undertaking a dangerous and often demeaning job,…
Alan Philps writes about the former British prime minister’s surprising speech on Islamist extremism
Deborah Lindsay Williams talks about manners, common courtesies and how they provide an index on society’s attitude to power and powerlessness
Without scores of those workers over many years, the GCC would be a very different place – indeed, it would be unrecognisable to what it is today, writes HA Hellyer
Apart from its silly face, the 2014 Jeep Cherokee is a safe, reliable 4×4 with plenty of power
cartoon by Shadi Ghanim
Readers call for more affordable homes in Abu Dhabi. Other topics: schools, cooking gas
Every mother fears for her child’s safety and well-being, but with technology invading our lives rapidly, it’s become more difficult for us to keep some things away from them.