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Saudi king orders payout to state employees

Saudi king orders payout to state employees

Reshuffled some top government jobs while keeping in place the oil, foreign, finance, defence and interior ministers.

Japan, Jordan seek news on fate of ISIL captives

Japan, Jordan seek news on fate of ISIL captives

Deadline passed for release of Iraqi prisoner in Jordan

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Time to say goodbye to the PC?

Time to say goodbye to the PC?

Mounting losses and dwindling sales have hit the popular...

What makes a football club truly global?

What makes a football club truly global?

Is it revenue sales, title success or star players...

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Whatever happened to the Palm Monorail?

Whatever happened to the Palm Monorail?

Time for a re-think of the $400m project, says Anil...

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Demanding a fare deal on oil

Demanding a fare deal on oil

Why aren’t air travel costs following oil prices and...

Bahrain to introduce new tenancy laws
Property»

Bahrain to introduce new tenancy laws

Mandatory tenancy registration procedures for the residential real estate market from February

Golfer Ernie Els launches family hotel venture in Dubai
Travel & Hospitality»

Golfer Ernie Els launches family hotel venture in Dubai

New operator of family-friendly resorts expected to debut in Middle East

Prehistoric skull a key 'piece of the puzzle' in story of humanity
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Prehistoric skull a key 'piece of the puzzle' in story of humanity

Scientific dating techniques determined the skull was about 55,000 years old.

Dubai urged to relax bankruptcy, bounced cheque rules
Politics & Economics»

Dubai urged to relax bankruptcy, bounced cheque rules

Deloitte report identifies regulatory changes required to enable Dubai to reach next level as financial hub

Gulf airlines wait but other carriers resume Baghdad flights
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Gulf airlines wait but other carriers resume Baghdad flights

Turkish Airlines and Lebanon's Middle East Airlines restart flights after bullets hit flydubai plane at Baghdad airport earlier this week

Abu Dhabi named safest city in the Middle East
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Abu Dhabi named safest city in the Middle East

UAE capital is only regional city to feature in top 25 of list published by Economic Intelligence Unit

Dubai supermarkets must provide non-Muslim foods cashier
Retail»

Dubai supermarkets must provide non-Muslim foods cashier

Dubai Municipality says supermarkets must make arrangements for designated counter for products like pork

Gadgets»
$3811 iPhone ‘Phantom’ in launched in Dubai

$3811 iPhone ‘Phantom’ in launched in Dubai

Smartphone comes enwrapped with a rare black platinum covering

Travel & Hospitality»
Queen Mary 2, world's largest cruise liner, tours the MidEast

Queen Mary 2, world's largest cruise liner, tours the MidEast

Ship is on a round-the-world trip, including stops in Jordan, Oman and the UAE

Culture & Society»

Angelina Jolie visits refugees in Iraq

Angelina Jolie has visited Syrian refugees and displaced Iraqi citizens in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq to offer support to 3.3 million displaced people in the country and highlight their dire needs.

Cars & Boats»

For sale: European royal carriages

One ex-Royal British Mews Landau Coach was commissioned by King William IV and described by Prince Philip as the “pride of North America”

Photos»
Gourmet»
Swiss firm launches chocolate academy in Dubai

Swiss firm launches chocolate academy in Dubai

World's largest cocoa grinder Barry Callebaut Group opens first training centre of its kind in Middle East

Gourmet»
Australia's 'Coffee Club' arrives in the UAE

Australia's 'Coffee Club' arrives in the UAE

Cafe concept from Down Under launches in UAE with first outlet in Abu Dhabi's Yas Mall

Wellness»
Protein Shakes: The “Whey” forward?

Protein Shakes: The “Whey” forward?

Are the popular drinks supplement a good substitute for a real meal, or a big waste of time?

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Gourmet»
Dubai's beach canteen project launches with 10 homegrown restaurant pop ups

Dubai's beach canteen project launches with 10 homegrown restaurant pop ups

Dubai Food Festival concept will take place in Kite Beach from February 6 to 28.

Retail»
Gulf's largest indoor entertainment hub set to open on Pearl-Qatar

Gulf's largest indoor entertainment hub set to open on Pearl-Qatar

Megapolis will include arcades and indoor attractions like golf, bowling, snooker, billiard and darts, plus high tech 3D and 5D games

Banking & Finance»
Jamie Oliver’s Istanbul restaurant files for bankruptcy after 14 months

Jamie Oliver’s Istanbul restaurant files for bankruptcy after 14 months

Management claim the difficult Turkish economy was to blame, but say it will reopen

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