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The rising NFL star Husain Abduallah took a year off, during the prime of his career to do Hajj.
Indonesia's losing presidential election candidate, ex-general Prabowo Subianto, plans to challenge the result in the Constitutional Court
The last stop of a four-nation tour saw Chinese President Xi Jinping visit Cuban President Raul Castro in Havana.
The International Monetary Fund has cut its growth forecast for the United States for this year from what it said a month ago.
Behind the scenes view from EK857, the world's shortest scheduled A380 service currently in operation, from Dubai to Kuwait.
Final results in Indonesia's presidential election show that Jakarta governor Joko Widodo has won with 53 percent of the votes.
The EU will hit more Russian officials with travel bans and asset freezes by the end of the week.
Researchers in Singapore are developing a new type of peptide-base hydrogel that acts as a natural scaffold, allowing burn wounds to heal faster than ever before while decreasing the risk of infection.
After Sochi's hosting of this year's Winter Olympics, the focus is now on the 2018 event in Russia and its construction delays.
Instagram clip was accompanied by the message: "For everyone who's wondering what the view is like at the top! #BurjKhalifa #MyDubai #MyView"
US Secretary of State John Kerry was caught on tape making unguarded comments about the Israeli offensive.
Egyptians are complaining that a cut in government energy subsidies has led to a massive rise not only in fuel prices but also other goods and services.
Widow of chain-smoker wins record damages from one America's biggest cigarette makers, R J Reynolds, claiming that the company concealed the health dangers and addictive nature of its products.
United Nations Security Council members have condemned Thursday's downing of the Malaysian passenger plane.
UN chief Ban Ki Moon is engaged in a diplomatic offensive in order to bring about a ceasefire to end the Israeli-Hamas violence.
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Courtesy of the Islamic Affairs and Charitable Activities Department of the Dubai Government...
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Kuwait has SO MUCH, SO MUCH money that they can leave any other gulf nation behind in development if implemented like H.H. Sheikh Mohammed. All they need... more
FIFA made Brazil change the law regarding sale of alcohol, which was banned in stadiums, as Budweiser is a major sponsor. FIFA always gets it way especially... more
It's often pointless amassing loads of airline frequent flyer miles, including Skywards, as most airlines offer so few seats for redemption purposes. more
The issue is forcing costs onto businesses not whether or not they can bear it. The business themselves can give as many paid and/or compensated... more
Who watches TV, sees ads on browser or listen's to the radio anymore?
TV = Torrent
Radio = Spotify + IPOD connector.
Browser + Adblocker... more
Paying fines for majority of private car owners is not an issue as they have higher salaries than average, unless collecting is more important than the... more
I'm sorry but the world’s first temperature-controlled city it's the Rain City (Novello - Made in Italy Landscape).
Soon in China and India... more