Anyone who has been walking around Washington recently can be certain that the Arab Emirates are ready to destroy the American workforce by subsidizing their own airlines. Nationals Park feeds baseball crowds with ad after ad of unfair competition. Show More Summary
At the heart of this year's Milan Expo sits the curvaceous, desert-inspired pavilion for the United Arab Emirates. Created by Foster + Partners, the design features dune-like walls and a bevy of sustainable features that make it an exciting stop at the
Iranian officials pointed to a ruling against the Danish shipping giant over 10 containers that were sent to the United Arab Emirates in 2005.
Abu Dhabi - Backed by an impressively lavish lobbying and PR machine - more expensive than any other middle eastern country - the United Arab Emirates (UAE) is eager to show that it's a safe and stable business environment, and a dependable U.S. Show More Summary
A Middle East location may be used for filming part of Star Trek 3. The location would be Dubai, set in the United Arab Emirates. According to The National, several sources have claimed that the latest Trek movie will film there, towards the end of the year. Shooting will “begin around November. We are told […]
Iran and the United Arab Emirates have been accepted as founding members of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB), proposed by the Chinese government and expected to start its work at the end of 2015.
The number of arrests of expats living in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) for buying fake US and European passports is growing unabated, Ali Humaid bin Khatem, head of Naturalization and Residency Prosecution in Dubai, said Monday.
Near the end of August 2014, Egypt and the United Arab Emirates launched airstrikes against what were characterized as Islamist-allied militias fighting near Tripoli, Libya. Or maybe they didn't. The New York Times broke the story on August 25, 2014; Egypt denied it, the UAE didn't comment, and U.S....
President Obama's sales pitch to garner support from the Arab states for his Iran diplomacy pushes forward this week when he lunches with the crown prince of the United Arab Emirates, Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan.
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.
Concerns about Iran's potential for weaponizing its nuclear capability are well-founded, as are fears of a nuclear arms race in the Middle East. Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, and other Gulf states have plans for more than a dozen new nuclear plants within the next decade. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama is meeting with Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan of the United Arab Emirates to discuss top issues for the Gulf region, particularly the Saudi-led air campaign in Yemen, Islamic State...Show More Summary
First family takes a hike along trails of Great Falls Park The president's busy week ahead includes hosting Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan of the United Arab Emirates, and honoring the Ohio State University Buckeyes football team, the 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champions and the Super Bowl Champion New England Patriots.
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) opened the Mohammed bin Rashid Space Center on Saturday to oversee preparations of the country’s Mars exploration probe mission.
An arms race started a long time ago, but the United Arab Emirates followed the policy of peace and was against violence and war, UAE Defense Ministry member told Sputnik.
Solar energy seems to be the new go-to investment segment in the small Middle East country of United Arab Emirates. The power and water utility servicing the iconic city of Dubai will invest $3 billion to boost the generation capacity of the country’s largest solar power plant from 1 GW to 3 GW. Show More Summary
Qatar Navigation (Milaha) is in talks with United Arab Chemical Carriers Ltd. (UACC) in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) regarding a possible combination of
The government of the United Arab Emirates donated $1 million to the New York City Police Foundation in 2012, according to tax documents obtained by The Intercept.
The United Arab Emirates was one of the most generous donors to the NYPD Foundation in 2012.
The New York City Police Foundation was created in the 1970s, when the NYPD was seen as too corrupt to handle its own donations. In recent years, the foundation has been used as a kind of PR slush fund?paying hundreds of thousands of...Show More Summary