Saturday, July 20, 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 a second-home hub for multi-millionaires

High net worth individuals mostly buy second homes in the Palm Jumeirah, Emirates Hills and Downtown DubaiDubai ranks among the top five second home...

Attempt to steal $173 Million from UAE bank foiled

Abu Dhabi’s Public Funds Prosecution and Criminal Investigation Department have foiled an attempt to steal more than Dhs635-M ($172.8-M) from the account of a...

Expats: How to retire in the UAE

For the estimated 8.34 million expatriates currently living and working in the UAE, a growing number are approaching retirement age and are curi­ous about...

US should rethink Qatar air base, says UAE Ambassador

The UAE ambassador to Washington said the Trump administration should consider moving all or parts of the largest US military base in the region...

No Ejari? No water or electricity from July 1 in the...

Moving to a new flat in Dubai? You will need to get your tenancy contract attested first before you can get your electricity and...

Qataris selling their UAE properties at big discounts in rush to...

Property brokers in Dubai are reporting a rush in sales from Qatari investors attempting to get their assets out of the UAE before the...

UAE: Man in burka lures boy,11, from mosque to rape &...

Azan Majid Janjua was raped and murdered after being snatched from his mosque in Abu Dhabi while going for afternoon prayers during Ramadan two...

Wearing a Barcelona shirt in the UAE can now land you...

WEARING a Barcelona shirt in the United Arab Emirates with Qatar Airways advertising could land you in prison for 15 years. The UAE, Saudi Arabia...

Banning all things Qatar

A photo posted to social media from the UAE on Thursday appears to show the former sponsor of Barcelona football club - Qatar Airways - covered...

Dubai roads change colour to indicate speed limits

The Dubai Roads and Transport Authority, RTA, has started colouring the asphalt red on parts of streets that are subject to changes in speed...
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