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NEWS »

Virgin Atlantic may look to Gulf carriers for alliance - CEO

Abu Dhabi’s Etihad would appear the most likely candidate for Richard Branson’s airline

Marriott close to sale of hotels to Abu Dhabi

CEO says finalising deal for properties in London, New York and Miami Beach

$10m Human Regenerator makes UAE debut

The anti ageing machine debuts at the World Luxury Expo and comes is a fully paved, diamond encrusted version

German court rules Muslim girls must join swimming classes

Angela Merkel’s government said Muslims must make an effort to integrate and learn German

Saudi to review tough speeding laws

Tough penalties to be revoked.

US sees "troubling" Iran nuclear moves, seeks steps by Tehran

Warns of diplomatic action if no progress by November

Kuwait to transfer $2bn aid to Egypt

Gulf state will deposit cash in central bank next week

US Syria strike could "destabilise the Middle East" - Putin

Russia said action by Obama risked unleashing terrorist attacks in the region

Bomb damages Libyan Foreign Ministry building in Benghazi

Comes on the first anniversary of the attack on the US consulate in the country's second largest city

Jordanian MP fires AK-47 at colleague in parliament

Shot fired after an intense parliamentary argument in second similar incident in Jordan

OPINIONS »

Why disappointed Apple enthusiasts are missing the point

Fanatics may have wanted more but the strategy does make sense, says Salma Awwad

Banking on freebies

Beatrice Thomas says lenders should focus on service instead of flashy gifts

Calls for a new bankruptcy law are getting louder

Ed Attwood says new rules will be hugely beneficial for the business community

How should the GCC look in a 100 years?

Mohammad Janahi examines how the GCC should move forward

PHOTOS »

CEO Middle East Awards 2013

Honouring the Middle East's most impressive company executives over the last twelve months

Catalans celebrate national day

Thousands of Catalans have celebrated their national day, which double up as a demonstration to demand the right to self-determination. Crowds dressed in the Catalonian colours of red and yellow were led in the celebrations by president of Catalonia Artur Mas, who is one of the voices calling for a referendum on the issue of self-rule.

American Muslims march for peace

A rally organised by the American Muslim Political Action Committee and March Against Drones group has taken place in Washington DC, USA. The demonstration, entitled Million American March Against Fear: Peace, Harmony and Justice, A Civil Rights Movement for Humanity, featured speakers including activist Cornel West.

British MPs meets Mahmoud Abbas

Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas met with prominent British politicians during his state visit to the UK, including prime minister David Cameron, opposition leader Ed Milliband, and deputy prime minister Nick Clegg. Abbas is likely to discuss the Middle East peace process and the need to progress with talks.

Latest Reader Comments

Emirati graduates say they expect $7,350 monthly salary in first job
survivor : @telcoguy - actually, banks - (both local and foreign) in the country have been forced to hire them for decades now, with a salary higher than an experienced expat. ...
UAE - Thursday, 29 September 2016 1:16 PM

Expat citizenship could help solve Dubai's economic challenge
Joanna Davies : Why would one want citizenship.. Countries back home are booming and there are more financial opportunities back home.
Remember we are here in UAE , to make money, spend some and repatriate most of it..The government has made it clear , and we should not harbour any misconceptions ...
uae - Thursday, 29 September 2016 1:16 PM

Saudi's Muslim World League voices 'deep concern' over new 9/11 law
WHJ : @Telco. Well, of course there is. You can begin by learning to write reasonably logical comments.
Take your other comment as an example. Oil constitutes around 5% only of Dubai's GDP and yet you still think Dubai's economy is oil dependent......
UAE - Thursday, 29 September 2016 1:31 PM

Exclusive: UAE mulls ‘man-made mountain’ in bid to improve rainfall
Telcoguy : @WHJ, I think your claims are more of a mocking than anything else Fenton could say. I am still wondering if you are real or some kind of Cobelrtesque character because you have made claims so outrageous and out of place that would fit perfectly in his old program.

I am waiting for you to a...
Spain - Thursday, 29 September 2016 1:32 PM

Italian lawyer said to sue Emirates over obese passenger
Joe : When will people wake up and realise that obesity is a gigantic problem, not just in the UAE and GCC, but in almost every developed country on the planet?

We are (on average) so fat that it is having a negative impact on helath - fatter than we have ever been before in history - and getting...
UK - Thursday, 29 September 2016 1:12 PM

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EDITOR'S CHOICE »

1.

1,259 Gulf residents apply to live on Mars

Exclusive: Majority of would-be astronauts looking to be part of mission from Saudi Arabia and Bahrain

2.

UAE expat jailed for three years for spying

Driver was charged with working with an officer at a foreign embassy

3.

'No one wants to work in Saudi Arabia, Qatar': builders

Gulf construction firms are forking out ‘premiums’ to lure workers to the less attractive countries

4.

Sheikh Mohammed: UAE needs "to get better ideas"

UAE Vice President chaired a brainstorming session on how to maintain the country's rapid growth

5.

Saudi businessman to sue Barclays for $10bn: report

Mohammed bin Issa Al Jaber claims bank engaged in corrupt activities with a Saudi ministry

FEATURES & ANALYSIS »

The art of the re-start

Alex Andarakis explains how he has been in a start-up mindset for his whole career.

Mona’s world

Founder of Mumzworld.com, Mona Ataya, explains what it takes to be a success in ecommerce

Revealed: How the Gulf is losing billions to medical insurance fraud

The growing issue of medical insurance fraud and abuse — ranging from overprescribing medication or keeping patients in hospital longer — is hitting operators’ margins. With the market already heavily competitive, Dubai, and the wider region, is gearing up to tackle the problem

To buy or not to buy in Dubai

Increasing numbers of expatriates are choosing to buy property in Dubai rather than rent. But do the maths add up?

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