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Kathmandu: How Facebook's New 'Safety Check' is Aiding Travelers Following the Nepal Earthquake

2 days agoLifestyle / Travel : Jaunted

I was boarding a plane when it happened, the Nepal Earthquake, that is. I wasn't in Kathmandu. I was in Abu Dhabi, readying for a 15-hour flight back to the U.S., but I knew that one of my good friends was in Nepal and had been traveling around some of the areas most effected by the 7.8 earthquake and its aftershocks. Show More Summary

Beautiful, Luxurious, and Stylish Abu Dhabi Wedding

We’re not sure if it’s just because the UAE has been more on our radar since Elizabeth moved there, but this glamorous Gulf nation never ceases to impress us with its beautiful, opulent and unforgettable weddings. Over the last few months we’ve featured engagement sessions, inspiration shoots, and weddings from Dubai, but today it’s time […]

Abu Dhabi to Invest $25 Billion Offshore to 2020

Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) plans to invest around US$25bn over the next five years in a bid to boost oil production from offshore fields.   The investment

New Report Confirms Labor Abuses at NYU Abu Dhabi

6 days agoArts : Hyperallergic

An independent investigation into the construction of New York University's (NYU) Abu Dhabi campus has found that despite the school's best intentions and efforts, about one third of the workforce at the site — roughly 10,000 workers — was not covered by the school's labor guidelines.

Obama, Abu Dhabi crown prince discuss need for military equipment

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama and Abu Dhabi's crown prince, Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed al-Nahayanabu, discussed the need for military equipment and supplies for the United Arab Emirates during a meeting at the White House on Monday, a White House spokesman said.

Intensive Care Unit Interventions Developed at Johns Hopkins Sharply Reduce Bloodstream Infections in Abu Dhabi Hospitals

A bundled intervention focused on evidence-based infection prevention practices, safety culture and teamwork, and scheduled measurement of infection rates considerably reduced central line-associated bloodstream infections (CLABSIs)Show More Summary

First Draft Focus: A Prince at the White House

President Obama with Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed al-Nahyan, the crown prince of Abu Dhabi, in the Oval Office on Monday.

World of Warfare, a day at the arms dealers fair

In February 2011, Julian Röder traveled to Abu Dhabi for the International Defense Exhibition and Conference. 50,000 military officers and arms dealers attended the fair. Some represent dictators. Others are mortal enemies: India, meet Pakistan. But here they meet and mingle, shopping for missile systems, assault rifles, and attack helicopters

Amir Khan eyes Pacquiao fight in Abu Dhabi

After becoming frustrated with his inability to secure a Floyd Mayweather fight, Amir Khan is turning his attention to Manny Pacquiao. Amir Khan is now eyeing Manny Pacquiao as his main target for a fight late this year. He's gambled...Show More Summary

BP says taking more oil from Iraq as payment

ABU DHABI (Reuters) - BP has been lifting more crude oil cargoes in the past couple of months as payment for its work in southern Iraq, and is comfortable with that level of shipments, a senior executive of the oil company said on Monday. Show More Summary

Manny Pacquiao Fight Targeted by Amir Khan After Looming Floyd Mayweather Battle

Amir Khan has admitted it would be a "dream" to fight Manny Pacquiao in Abu Dhabi. The British boxer—who hunted a battle with Floyd Mayweather Jr. or Pacquiao before the pair's May 2 bout was confirmed—hasn't given up hope of landing one of the greats just yet. Jeff Powell of the Daily Mail reported quotes from Khan, who said, "I want this fight. Show More Summary

In Faraz Manan

Kareena was in Abu Dhabi on Thursday for the inauguration of another Malabar Gold store. While there was no gold in sight in her look, there was plenty of white. The actor wore an embellished kurta/pants look by Pakistani designer Faraz Manan with sparkly Choos. Show More Summary

Down the Procurement Luxury Dubai Hotel with Tejari, Sievo, Grundfos, Gulf News and Wolf Alice

Categories: Here are some of our lovely delegates at the Westin Dubai Mina Seyahi Hotel for our Real World Sourcing session with Tejari this week. Both that session and the following day in Abu Dhabi were were well attended, and thanks to everyone who came along. Show More Summary

Report: NYU Allowed 10,000 Workers To Be Abused In Abu Dhabi

An NYU-commissioned investigation into labor conditions during the construction of NYU Abu Dhabi's campus found that about a third of workers—roughly 10,000 individuals—worked unwanted and ill-compensated overtime hours, were forcedShow More Summary

N.Y.U. Labor Rules Failed to Protect 10,000 Workers in Abu Dhabi

last weekNews : NYTimes: News

A report, requested by New York University and an Abu Dhabi government agency, said some subcontractors were exempted from labor guidelines based on decisions made by local contractors.

5 Essential Elements You Need for the Ultimate Outdoor Retreat

Kera's Modern Cultural Family Home in Abu Dhabi Think you need a large backyard or patio to have a little slice of outdoor living at your disposal? Not so. No matter what size of outdoor area you have to enjoy (from a small balcony, to a stoop to the only window in your apartment), all you really need are these five elements. Show More Summary

Hollywood goes to Abu Dhabi with 'Star Wars VII' and 'Furious 7'

The recent premiere of “Furious 7” in Abu Dhabi looked more like a U.N. delegation gathering than a film opening.

How Green Could New York Be?

Michael Sorkin, a globe-trotting sixty-six-year-old architect, urban planner, and critic, has published fourteen books and has designed buildings and public spaces from the Rockaways to Abu Dhabi. Currently, one of his biggest projects is a large urban complex in Xi’an, China. Show More Summary

Abu Dhabi's Etihad Airways CEO warns Europeans against protectionism

By Stanley Carvalho ABU DHABI (Reuters) - The boss of Abu Dhabi's Etihad Airways has warned Europe that it will suffer if it restricts the access of foreign carriers to its market, in a fresh effort by fast-growing Gulf airlines to head off what they see as Western protectionism. Show More Summary

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