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UAE’s first ‘floating home’ arrives on Dubai Canal

The UAE’s first-ever "water home" has it made its way to the city’s newest attraction - the Dubai Canal - to berth at Marasi...

You can now buy a Dubai apartment for 50 bitcoin

Bitcoin fans are being offered first dibs on 150 apartments in a new Dubai development. One bitcoin is now worth just over $4,600. It has more...

UAE residents can pre-order their gold iPhone 8!

iPhone fever is fast heating up. And for all those with a little - no, actually, a whole lot - to spare, the people at Goldgenie are back...

LOUVRE MUSEUM TO OPEN IN THE UAE THIS NOVEMBER!

The Louvre Abu Dhabi, the new Louvre museum which the UAE and French government officials say will attract millions of visitors in the nation's...

Theresa May discusses ‘humanitarian law’ with Saudi Arabia and ending Yemen...

Theresa May has stressed the need to end Yemen's civil war and discussed the importance of complying with the international humanitarian law in a meeting...

The Qatari royal close to the Saudi leadership

Photos of a smiling Saudi king and a Qatari royal holding hands after securing Hajj for thousands of Qatari’s was a far cry from...
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Saudi Arabia redrafts crown prince’s transformation plan

Saudi Arabia is redrafting its main reform plan just over a year after its much-hyped launch, stripping out some areas earmarked for change and extending...

Qatari opposition says crisis expected to stretch into 2018

The Gulf diplomatic crisis, involving an embargo of Qatar by Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Bahrain and Egypt (the GC3+1), is expected to stretch into...

The Boyfriend System: Migrant Life in Qatar

“Go find yourself a boyfriend. He will give you money and buy you food.” Amelie’s ears perked up and she strained to hear more of...

Kuwait introduces new $830 fee for companies employing ‘excess’ foreigners

Kuwait has been increasing charges and fees for foreigners in recent months to boost government revenues. Kuwait’s Ministry of Social Affairs and Labour has reportedly...
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