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EXCLUSIVE: Dubai's small developers join service fees crackdown

Owners associations begin reissuing access cards in bid to block residents with outstanding fees

Tiger Woods "not worth" $3m fee - Qatar golf boss

Former world No.1 had been invited to appear at the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters

Saudis behead Sri Lankan housemaid for infant killing

Colombo gov't appealed against death penalty upheld by Supreme Court in 2010

UAE SIM re-registration deadline looms

Mobile users have until January 17 to register their SIM cards or risk disconnection

Qatar Airways first airline to use new jet fuel

Flight to London used GTL (Gas-To-Liquids) Jet Fuel, developed with Qatar Petroleum and Shell

Lebanon's MEA buys ten Airbus A320neo planes

Carrier firms up preliminary deal to buy single aisle aircraft for US$1.05bn at current list prices

10,000 fake watches seized in Dubai raid

Raid part of ‘Operation Habibi’, Dubai Police’s crackdown on counterfeit goods

No Qatar deal for football star Beckham

Representatives of UK football star claim lucrative Qatari deal is not on cards

70-year old Saudi man divorces teen wife

Union sparked international condemnation over Saudi Arabia’s marriage laws

Brent inches up towards $112 as China data beats expectations

Brent crude futures up towards US$112 per barrel after Chinese trade numbers beat analysts' expectations

Gold hovers below $1,660/Oz; eyes on ECB

Gold was little changed on Thursday, with investors eying a key resistance level just above US$1,660 an ounce

Dana Gas at ten-month high; UAE markets extend gains

Dana Gas surges to ten-month high after a top shareholder backed plans to restructure US$920m debt

OPINIONS »

Can Dubai learn from the Hong Kong property boom?

Hong Kong’s housing market currently faces the sort of problems that Dubai did back in 2006-8

PHOTOS »

Mohammed Morsi meets Palestinian Authority president

Morsi was also set to meet with Hamas leader Khaled Mashaal, the rival of Fatah leader Abbas

Commuter ferry accident in Lower Manhattan injures a dozen people

About 50 people were injured in the accident, which left a large gash on the front side of the Seastreak ferry at Pier 11

Activists attend pro-gun rally at Colorado state capitol

Lawmakers are calling for tougher gun legislation after recent mass shootings at an Aurora, Colorado movie theater and at Sandy Hook Elementary School

VIDEOS »

Pakistani envoy summoned over Kashmir clash

India has conveyed its "deepest concern and protest" to Pakistan's high commissioner in New Delhi over the alleged killing of two Indian soldiers

Cricket bat thrown during Shane Warne and Marlon Samuels clash

Shane Warne has received a one game ban after bat throwing clash with Marlon Samuels during a Twenty20 game in Australia

Referee attacked in football brawl in Chile

A referee and his assistant are attacked during a brawl which broke out at a football match in Chile

Nusra Front sees Islamic state in Syria

Al Jazeera has obtained rare access to rebel fighters of the Nusra Front

Latest Reader Comments

Some banks baulk at pricing of Dubai's metro loan
Aleem Rauf Khan : This is crazy! Banks are suffering because Government withdrawing deposits and then now getting a bad deal with lower pricing. Neither the Gov nor the banks will gain from this. Dubai government rating (presumed) is worse anyway. Banks are likely to focus on other economies in the region such as Kuw...
United Arab Emirates - Thursday, 19 January 2017 8:32 AM

Calling adventurous UAE entrepreneurs and angel investors
Hosam Eldeen Mostafa : Great initiative by Mr. Karmi, we hope to see more of these events at MENA region with lower costs for entrepreneurs ...
Egypt - Thursday, 19 January 2017 8:41 AM

Emirates launches paid-for access to business, first class lounges at DXB
MT3 : Anyone sensible who pays USD 100 for lounge access is going to be devastated. The Emirates lounge in Dubai is woeful even after the refurbishment and depending upon the time of day you'll be lucky to get a seat to sit on and you'll need the patience of a saint to endure the toilet queues.
UAE - Thursday, 19 January 2017 8:41 AM

India-UAE ranked world's second largest migration corridor in 2015, says OECD
Laurence Bowen-Carter : The UAE should now be considered a state of India :)
Seems to be that local identity is diminishing. The numbers don't lie. ...
United Kingdom - Thursday, 19 January 2017 8:41 AM

Alabbar says Noon to focus on fashion to drive $70bn sales target
ABC : He is not claiming to have 15% market share. His claim is that online sales will represent 15% of all retail in the region....
UAE - Wednesday, 18 January 2017 7:55 AM

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REVEALED: The UAE's 50 biggest companies

Arabian Business counts down the Gulf state's largest companies by market capitalisation

FEATURES & ANALYSIS »

Research In Motion interview: Andrew MacLeod

RIM’s latest version of its BlackBerry smartphone marks the Canadian manufacturer’s make or break moment

Saudi Arabia's $220bn spending spree

Yet another expansionary budget means that Saudi Arabia will keep on investing billions at home

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