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The prime minister says it is ‘abhorrent’ that some UK citizens have ‘declared their allegiance’ to ISIL.
The first intake of students at New York University Abu Dhabi’s new Saadiyat Island campus have begun their first week of classes.
More than a year after strict rules governing the sale and use of tobacco were enforced, it’s back to business as usual for shisha cafe owners in Ajman.
From Jordan – via Egypt and Australia – to Canada, Riad Hassan is finally in the UAE to promote his sport.
As his teammates continue to train in the Austrian rain, sidelined UAE captain Ismail Matar is itching to join them on the pitch.
As the Nato Summit gets set to begin in Wales on Thursday, security and diplomacy experts say it could be an opportunity for the UAE to forge closer ties with the alliance.
Expanded schedule expected to include one event every month during domestic season in UAE
The death of Qais Al Qatahneh, a Syrian rebel commander, at the hands of Qaisar Habib, an opposition media activist, is another blow to rebels backed by Gulf and Western countries.
Cases of thalassaemia have fallen to almost zero after awareness drives and introduction of premarital screening law, Dubai Health Authority says
By focusing on the recurring revenues from managing shopping centres, Dubai’s developers are creating more sustainable business models.
Absentees Majid Al Balooshi, Younes Al Balooshi and Abdul Al Hajri are highly regarded by coach Roelof Kotze.
Officials are finalising work in preparation for a 1km-long traffic diversion on Sheikh Zayed Road that will begin from the end of October.
Community malls are appearing throughout the city – small neighbourhood outposts anchored by big food retailers such as Geant and Carrefour and often including nurseries, beauty parlours and other small specialist stores.
TCA Abu Dhabi is tapping into the high-spending Saudi Arabian travel market to boost length of stays.
Dubai has earned the chance to bid to host the sevens world cup in 2018.
The West cannot win the war of ideas with radical jihad if it does not confront the politics of its past, writes Faisal Al Yafai
This comes in the face of an increasingly assertive China, which is seen by its neighbours as seeking an expansionist policy.
The Cuban government has set new rules that will sharply limit the amount of goods people can bring into Cuba in their luggage, and ship by boat from abroad, in a bid…
Cerci on his way to Atletico Madrid and Bayern Munich sign another promising German.