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'Large fire' caused Dubai plane crash, says report

UAE's aviation authority delivers final report on UPS cargo plane crash in Dubai in 2010

Qatar 2022 award was 'blatant mistake' - FIFA member

Executive committee member Theo Zwanziger says winter switch would be a big problem

Norwegian rape case woman leaves the UAE

Marte Deborah Dalelv reportedly flies home after 16-month sentence is dropped

Fraud case Saudi 'princess' denies prostitute claim

Woman tells London court she has a $15m fortune and is addicted to shopping - report

Dubai duo named in US insider trading case

Dhia Jafar and Omar Nabulsi say freeze should be lifted on $2.5m profit they made

Emirati woman gives birth at Chicago airport

Woman goes prematurely into labour after stepping off plane from Abu Dhabi

Kuwait 'repellent' to investment, says report

Kuwaitis invest $37bn internationally in 2012 compared to $398m locally, report says

Abu Dhabi banking gains underscore UAE recovery

First Gulf Bank and Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank beat forecasts with second-quarter net profits

Qatar Holding picks ex-BofA banker for senior M&A role

Michael Cho will take a senior role in mergers and acquisitions team of SWF's investment arm

Kuwait's Kufpec signs $750m loan deal

International arm of state oil firm says it will use funds to support global operations

Kuwaiti lawyer loses case to cancel election

Constitutional Court rejects claim cabinet can set poll date with no elected member

Kuwait's Global completes $1.7bn restructuring plan

Global was one of several Kuwaiti investment firms hit hard by the financial crisis

UAE’s Propertyfinder snaps up Lebanese property website

The Dubai-based real estate portal acquired Lebanese website realestate.com.lb

Egypt army chief calls for rallies against violence

General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi says there will be no retreat from army-backed roadmap

OPINIONS »

Is debt relief just a vicious cycle?

Bailing out borrowers should come with strings attached, says Shane McGinley

PHOTOS »

Anti-government protests in Philippines

Thousands of anti-government protestors in the Philippines marched on the House of Representatives, where president Benigno Aquino III was delivering his State of the Nation Address

Oil boom in US

North Dakota is experiencing an oil boom, due in part to new drilling techniques including hydrolic fracturing and horizontal drilling

Greenpeace tests water in Manila Bay

Greenpeace activists have teamed up with scientists from the University of the Philippines-Marine Science Institute to conduct water sampling

Zoo animals keep cool in heat wave

Animals at Himeji Central Park zoo in Japan did are doing all they can to stay cool as a heat wave continues to rise temperatures in many parts of Japan

VIDEOS »

North Korea hosts Mass Games

North Korea has launched the 60th anniversary of its Mass Games in Pyongyang, celebrating its former leaders

Guatemala’s farmers turn back on hybrid seeds

Farmers across Guatemala are returning to their agricultural roots and turning their backs on modern farming

Death toll rises in Egypt clashes

Several people were killed in clashes in Cairo, as supporters and opponents of ousted President Mohamed Morsi continued to fight on the streets

Electric car sales on rise

Electric car sales are picking up, with the US leading the way with 40,000 electric cars sold in the first six months of the year

Latest Reader Comments

Rising fuel costs, unrest hits Jazeera Group H1 profits
Tom Barrins : Jazeera Airways revenues dropped because FLYDUBAI took it's business when it acquired Sheikh Saad Terminal and although they have a dedicated terminal in the old airport, the old airport is the problem. Also, people with new visas are entering Kuwait through SST because the process has been streamli...
UAE - Friday, 25 July 2014 5:37 PM

Frustrated Kuwaitis ask, why is Kuwait falling behind?
Sam : Its simple really.
You keep turning a blind eye to people and their problems, and they will keep on adding to your problems.

Its very easy to simply follow what the royals in UAE (particularly Dubai) do and you will find yourself on a forward path.

HH Sheikh Mohammad is a com...
UAE - Friday, 25 July 2014 2:37 AM

Interview: flydubai's CEO Ghaith Al Ghaith
Ali : Honestly, this piece about the Gulf being too multicultural for a no-frills airline is rubbish. Are you telling me Europe and the US, two of the most diverse places in the world, are one dimensional? Ghaith, where did you do your marketing strategy 101?...
Bahrain - Thursday, 24 July 2014 7:23 PM

Schon says deal signed to complete delayed Dubai Lagoon
Bemused : Anyone who puts 5 fils (yes, there are 5 and 10 fils coins in circulation) into any Schon project is either someone who has no knowledge of past Dubai real estate market history, or a fool....
uae - Thursday, 24 July 2014 7:22 PM

UAE-Philippines flights "will have to be cut back"
Kathy Butterfiels : Perhaps airline abroad going to Philippines should consider cutting down their excessive high profit mark-up on airline tickets..that way they attract more customers and less competitors and stop wining.. ...
USA - Thursday, 24 July 2014 7:22 PM

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EDITOR'S CHOICE »

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UAE firms in talks to bring Titanic II replica ship to Dubai

Exclusive: Gulf firms also eager for partnership deals when construction starts in China later this year

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Qatar Sheikha spends $1bn on artworks annually

Amount being spent by the influential sister of the Gulf state’s new ruler is “mind-boggling” - report

FEATURES & ANALYSIS »

The truth about social media growth

If you needed proof that social media is one of the most effective ways of getting your message out to an ever-increasing audience, then the Arab Social Media Report has it in abundance

Should I… Franchise my business?

We look at the pros and cons to launching your business onto the wider business stage

In an uncertain Egypt, street artists rein in their outrage

Art against the army has mostly been defaced, graffiti artists and sculptors claim.

Bringing art to the masses

Pioneering patron of the arts Abdulmonem Bin Eisa Al Serkal is using his family’s funds to transform the culture scene in Dubai.

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