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Spy Tech Company Hacking Team Gets Hacked

Sometimes even the cops get robbed. The controversial Italian surveillance company Hacking Team, which sells spyware to governments all around the world, including agencies in Ethiopia, Morocco, the United Arab Emirates, as well as the US Drug Enforcement Administration, appears to have been seriously hacked. Show More Summary

Dubai to print world’s first 3D-printed office building

Architecture in Dubai is constantly pushing the envelope. The United Arab Emirates likes to be first when it comes to amazing feats of construction and technology, and it often is. Recently, it was announced that Dubai will be home to the world’s the

Dubai is going to 3D print the world’s first office building and everything in it

3D printing is still mostly used to create small trinkets and replacement parts, but things are different when you have Dubai money. The oil-rich United Arab Emirates has announced plans to 3D print […]

Get a look at Tiger Woods' first U.S. golf course design

While Tiger Woods is struggling on the golf course, his golf-course design business is booming. His first course opened last year in Mexico, and he has jobs in China and the United Arab Emirates. On top of that, Woods' first design in the U.S. Show More Summary

Dubai plans to build 3-D printed office building

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — The United Arab Emirates says the Gulf commercial hub of Dubai will soon add the world's first office building made using three-dimensional printer technology to its collection of eye-catching buildings.

Gervinho's Al-Jazira Move 'Broke Down over Helicopter, Private Beach Demands'

Ivory Coast and Roma star Gervinho appeared set for a move to Al-Jazira in the United Arab Emirates, but the deal has reportedly fallen through over some excessive personal demands. The official line from Al-Jazira after a fortnightShow More Summary

UAE man jailed for tweets critical of high court: newspaper

DUBAI (Reuters) - A man in the United Arab Emirates was sentenced to three years in jail on Monday for Twitter posts allegedly insulting the Gulf country's Supreme Court, a local newspaper reported.

Review: The 1955 Burger at McDonald’s in Fujairah

Once in a while, I will patronize a fast food restaurant for a variety of reasons; and as I was driving around Fujairah — a city located on the shores of the Gulf of Oman in the eastern United Arab Emirates — I saw a plethora of advertisements for the 1955 Burger at McDonald’s. Despite it... The post Review: The 1955 Burger at McDonald’s in Fujairah appeared first on The Gate.

Travel - Essential guide to Abu Dhabi

In the capital of the United Arab Emirates, it’s about brunches, beaches, fast cars and desert safaris

UAE sentences Emirati woman to death for killing U.S. teacher: TV

DUBAI (Reuters) - A United Arab Emirates (UAE) court sentenced an Emirati woman to death on Monday for killing an American teacher in December, al Arabiya television reported.

Shelling by Yemeni group kills four troops on Saudi border

RIYADH (Reuters) - Shelling by Yemen's Houthi militia killed four soldiers from Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates stationed on Yemen's border with the kingdom, Saudi state media reported early on Thursday.

Hilary's Right Hand Cheryl Mills Took Money from the a College Funded by the United Arab Emirates While, Get This, Supposedly Working on Behalf of the United States

It's not just Hillary and Bill Clinton. It's all their conscienceless little footsoldiers, up their eyeballs in intimidation and dirty money. Hillary Clinton's top aide Cheryl Mills held several outside roles, including a board position with a UAE-funded university in...

Chivas Regal's The Icon Introduced as ?The Pinnacle of Luxury? at the World?s Tallest Tower in Dubai

Representing the height of luxury and the most elevated release in Chivas Regal’s history, this month the spirits brand unveiled The Icon at the top of the famed Burj Khalifa skyscraper in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The ultra-prestige Scot... via JustLuxe.com

Introducing QASIMI HOMME “False Flags” for Spring/Summer 2016

United Arab Emirates native Khalid Al Qasimi followed architecture studies at UCL with a fashion degree at St Martins, a switch which would eventually lead to the launch of QASIMI HOMME in June 2009. Taking a break from his eponymous label… The post Introducing QASIMI HOMME “False Flags” for Spring/Summer 2016 appeared first on Selectism.

UAE to Triple Spending on Research, Double Number of Employees by 2021

The United Arab Emirates is aspiring to facilitate its transition to a a knowledge-based economy.

Review: At The Top, Burj Khalifa in Dubai — and Why You Should Avoid the Premium Experience

2 weeks agoTravel / Air Travel : The Gate

Until the Kingdom Tower in Jeddah in Saudi Arabia surpasses it prior to its expected completion in 2018 and grand opening in 2019, Burj Khalifa is currently the tallest building in the world; and as I was in the United Arab Emirates,...Show More Summary

One Dead of MERS Virus in Abu Dhabi

A 65-year old non-national died in Abu Dhabi, the United Arab Emirates.

The Middle Finger Emoji Could Land You in Jail in the UAE

If you’re planning a holiday in Dubai this summer—or any other part of the United Arab Emirates—you might want to avoid swearing while using your phone. Under a newly passed Cyber Crime Law, UAE natives could face fines up to $68,000 (AED250,000) for swearing or insulting someone through messaging apps, social media and email. Show More Summary

Obama Brokered A Secret Deal Between Two Arab States That Could Help End Libya's Civil War

2 weeks agoNews : Huffington Post

WASHINGTON -- Qatar and the United Arab Emirates, two U.S. allies that have been fighting a proxy war in Libya since shortly after the 2011 overthrow of Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi, have agreed in principle to resolve their differences, The Huffington Post has learned. Show More Summary

Russia, UAE to Sign Contract on Unique Khrizantema-S Antitank Systems Sales

Russia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) are set to sign a contract on the delivery of Russia’s unique self-propelled antitank system Khrizantema-S; pre-contractual works are currently underway, according to the chief designer of the company which developed the weapons.

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