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Dubai's Asian schools 'must do better'

Only two schools out of 26 were rated “outstanding” for 2011-2012 academic year

UAE developers in crackdown on property 'flippers'

Real estate firms and banks taking steps to prevent rapid on-sale of off-plan properties

Qatar puts $4.7bn London project on hold

Qatari Diar said to have postponed Chelsea Barracks over UK economy concerns

I don't employ spies - Qatar Airways boss

Akbar Al Baker defends heavy-handed approach to airline management

Wife of Syria's Assad pregnant - report

British born Asma Al Assad said to be expecting fourth child with dictator

Emirates to fly daily to Tokyo Haneda

Airline hopes to boost tourism and trade by adding new daily flight

Abu Dhabi hotel revenues rose 6% in 2012

More than 2.3m guests stayed in hotels in UAE capital last year, statistics show

DP World sees 2012 profit in-line with forecasts

Dubai port operator has recently disposed of stakes in some of its non-core assets

Abu Dhabi's TAQA seals $1.4bn Morocco finance deal

State-owned energy firm secures cash for expansion of Jorf Lasfar power plant

Gold near 2-1/2 week low as Fed meeting looms

Spot gold inched up 0.3 percent to US$1,659.51 an ounce, after four consecutive sessions of losses

Brent crude holds steady above $113 on positive US data

Brent crude edged up 8 cents to US$113.56 a barrel by 0238 GMT

Egypt's short-term investors seen cutting risks

Short-term investors in Egypt likely to cut more risk on Tuesday after protesters defied night-time curfew

OPINIONS »

Is the equities boom back on?

Investors are confident that Dubai's growth plans are realistic and achievable

PHOTOS »

Qatar Motor Show 2013

Some of the world’s top auto makers are exhibiting at this year’s event

Israeli forces bulldoze structures in East Jerusalem

Silwan is one of the tensest neighbourhoods in Israeli-annexed Arab east Jerusalem

Classic cars start the Monte Carlo rally from Scotland

Around 100 cars set off from The People’s Palace at Glasgow Green

French-led forces advance on Timbuktu

French-led troops were advancing on Mali's fabled desert city of Timbuktu on Sunday

VIDEOS »

Motorcyclist narrowly escapes death as truck overturns in China

Security camera footage released as a motorcyclist narrowly escapes being crushed as a truck overturns in eastern China

Iran successfully launches a monkey into space

A monkey has been sent into space onboard a Kavoshgar rocket as part of Iran's space programme

Egyptian protesters defy emergency law

Thousands of protesters have taken to the streets of Egyptian cities of Port Said, Ismailiyah and Suez

Iranian students abroad feel sanctions pinch

Iranian students in the US and Canada says banks are closing their accounts amid sanctions

Latest Reader Comments

Creditors of Saudi steel giant agree to $1.7bn debt deal
Hammad Bashir : With people like Sharjeel Azhar on the driving seat of Al Ittefaq Steel, this industry will see new heights in progress and prosperity. ...
Pakistan - Thursday, 23 February 2017 12:40 PM

UAE drafts new rules pushing banks to lend more to SMEs
Kevin : Just ponder over it for a moment; ethical leadership enhances the company’s reputation in the financial market and society at large. A solid reputation for ethics and integrity significantly improves the company’s business. On the other hand, unprincipled morally corrupt managers bring outright disr...
UAE - Thursday, 23 February 2017 8:44 AM

Dubai likely to lose 'shopper's paradise' status: S&P
Telcoguy : I think there is some potential on Chinese/Indian, visas may be an issue, plus hotels are cheaper in Dubai than in London.

And do not forget that Dubai has a strong brand in South Asia, I have seen Pakistanis gladly pay a 30-40% premium just because they are buying it in Dubai. this is prob...
Lima - Thursday, 23 February 2017 8:43 AM

Dubai police summon Russian model who dangled from skyscraper
apple : Was it planned? So lightly summoned. Generates a lot of free Dubai publicity...
Canada - Thursday, 23 February 2017 12:41 PM

Dubai Chamber launches board game to showcase emirate's tourist attractions
Doug : Wonder what the Chance cards will look like?

"You have been accused of making an obscene gesture. GO TO JAIL. DO NOT PASS GO"

"Your cheque has bounced. GO TO JAIL. DO NOT PASS GO"

"Your bank has given you a 10m dhs loan, despite the fact you're just a media sales executive...
UAE - Thursday, 23 February 2017 12:42 PM

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REVEALED: Top 50 banks in the GCC

Gulf’s 50 biggest banks have a combined market cap of more than US$249bn

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Is this the greatest image on earth?

A 360 degree panoramic view from the very top of the Burj Khalifa

FEATURES & ANALYSIS »

Trevor Hill interview: Audi in the Middle East

Audi's Middle East on why he wants to make it the top luxury car brand in the Gulf

Lockheed Martin interview: Charles W. Moore

Lockheed Martin CEO on Gulf countries efforts to boost their military arsenal

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