Sunday, November 17, 2019

UAE

Lifestyle in the United Arab Emirates, Relationship between UAE and Bahrain, Travel to UAE to and from Bahrain, Media Partnerships, World Business and Technology Development in and around GCC.

Dubai Police Arrests Gang Behind Dh4 Million Theft In 24 Hours

Dubai Police nabbed an African gang of thieves in less than 24 hours after they stole Dh4 million from an armoured vehicle, according to...

Etihad Airways Plans To Cut 50 Pilots After Big Loss

Etihad Airways has scrapped orders for Airbus jetliners and revealed plans to cut 50 pilot posts as the UAE-based carrier seeks to slim down...

Dubai Property Prices Unlikely To Rebound Until 2021

Dubai’s homeowners will have to wait at least a couple more years for a long-running property slump to hit bottom as developers put a...

Dubai Received 15.92 Million Tourists In 2018

Dubai welcomed 15.92 million visitors in 2018, up 0.8% from a year earlier, and India retained its spot as the top source market with...

UAE: Employee Deported For “Celebrating” New Zealand Attack On Facebook

An employee of Dubai-based Transguard Group has been deported for using social media to celebrate the deadly attacks on two mosques in Christchurch, New...

Dubai: Foreign Direct Investment Creates 25,000 New Jobs

The Dubai FDI Results and Rankings Report 2018 has added a new index that monitors the contribution of foreign direct investment to job creation...

UAE: Fire Erupts At The World’s Tallest Hotel

A minor fire erupted at Gevora Hotel, the world’s tallest hotel, on Shaikh Zayed Road on Sunday night.A Dubai Civil Defence spokesperson confirmed that...

High Sea Waves Cause Flooding In Parts Of The UAE

Roads in Sharjah and Fujairah were closed on Monday after high waves caused flooding in both emirates.Police in Sharjah urged members of the public...
petrol prices

UAE: Petrol Prices To Go Up 3% As Of August

Motorists across the UAE will have to pay more to fill up their fuel tanks as petrol prices are set to increase for the...

Sharjah: All Private Schools To Have Free Drinking Water

Pupils in private schools and nurseries across Sharjah will receive free bottled water, the emirate's Ruler said.The emirate has more than 116 schools that...
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