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  • >The Hurricane set to hit Dubai -
    gulfnews.comThe Hurricane set to hit Dubaigulfnews.comThe first Filipina boxer to win the women's WBO Super Bantamweight and IBA Super Bantamweight World Championships, Ana “The Hurricane” Julaton will be in Dubai in August looking for her second…
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  • >Dubai's Hotel Boom Has Designer Labels - New York Times
    New York TimesDubai's Hotel Boom Has Designer LabelsNew York TimesDUBAI — The air-conditioning vents in the Palazzo Versace hotel here zigzag like the Versace design. Every piece of the giant, colorful mosaics that decorate the bathtubs is handmade…
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  • >Bumblefoot, POV to rock Dubai -
    gulfnews.comBumblefoot, POV to rock Dubaigulfnews.comDubai: In a 2011 interview to Guitar World magazine, his fellow Guns N' Roses guitarist DJ Ashba described Ron 'Bumblefoot' Thal as “just insane on guitar”. Listen to his track Q Fever from his…
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  • >Dubai's best breakfasts -
    TimeOutDubai.comDubai's best breakfastsTimeOutDubai.comTypically, 'huevos rancheros' (literally meaning, rancher's eggs) are served along with central American must-haves tomato salsa, re-fried beans and rice. You can sample this dish at new Dubai ca…
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  • >32 meals deals in Dubai -
    TimeOutDubai.com32 meals deals in DubaiTimeOutDubai.comDhs130 (two courses), Dhs160 (three courses). Daily noon-3pm. Ongoing. Armani Hotel Dubai, Burj Khalifa, Downtown Dubai (04 888 3444). At.mosphere's July tasting menu. This month, the degustation…
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  • >Top 26 nights out in Dubai this week -
    TimeOutDubai.comTop 26 nights out in Dubai this weekTimeOutDubai.comFree (reservations recommended). 10pm-3am. People by Crystal, Raffles Dubai, Oud Metha (050 297 2097). Koko Mixology Event@Chinawhite Mix it up at this new weekly event with DJ's Sty…
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  • >Dubai's dining districts -
    Dubai's dining districtsTimeOutDubai.comWhat do we mean when we say 'dining districts'? We're talking about those pedestrian-friendly, restaurant-centric parts of town that you merely need to park up at to discover a whole range of exciting eateries…
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  • >Dubai foodie news -
    TimeOutDubai.comDubai foodie newsTimeOutDubai.comIf that inspires a new friendship, from Monday August 4, you can take them to the new dinner cabaret season at The Act Dubai. Taking place Monday-Wednesday each week, this month's performances (which t…
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  • >The Greek restaurant you must try in Dubai -
    gulfnews.comThe Greek restaurant you must try in Dubaigulfnews.comAnagnostou cooks from the heart, with a love of Greek cuisine she's eager to share with Dubai residents who may not be familiar with it (until now, the only other option was Elia, at t…
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  • >Dubai's Kids Now Worth Their Weight (Loss) in Gold - TIME
    TIMEDubai's Kids Now Worth Their Weight (Loss) in GoldTIMEDubai has devised a rather unorthodox plan to incentivize its citizens to lose weight: Shed pounds, and we'll give you some gold. And if you're a child — we'll give you double. Participants…
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Abu Dhabi


  • >Sandeep makes waves in UAE squash -
    gulfnews.comSandeep makes waves in UAE squashgulfnews.comThe UAE's top junior squash player, 17-year-old Sandeep Ramachandran has been making waves on the domestic squash scene, despite only returning to the UAE two months back. In June, Sandeep won…
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  • >UK Exports to Chile, China and UAE Surge - Fresh Business Thinking
    UK Exports to Chile, China and UAE SurgeFresh Business ThinkingBy Jonathan Davies UK exports to Chile, China and United Arab Emirates (UAE) grew faster than any other countries in 2013. Overall, the UK's exports grew by just 1.4% in 2013. But exports…
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  • >Elephants and the UAE? -
    gulfnews.comElephants and the UAE?gulfnews.comDoing their bit to protect the pachyderm, Soueid and four other polo enthusiasts are set to take part in the Anantara's King's Cup Elephant Polo Tournament in Bangkok starting August 28 --- even if it mea…
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  • >Earthquake off Kish shakes UAE buildings -
    Emirates 24/7Earthquake off Kish shakes UAE buildingsgulfnews.comDubai: Buildings shook in the UAE after a magnitude-5.6 tremor struck 30 miles off the coast of Kish Island early morning on Wednesday. UAE's National Centre of Meteorology and Seismolo…
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  • >Rulers exchange Eid greetings -
    gulfnews.comRulers exchange Eid greetingsgulfnews.comAbu Dhabi: His Highness Shaikh Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, and General Shaikh Mohammad Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu…
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  • >UAE bans shark finning - Emirates 24/7
    Emirates 24/7UAE bans shark finningEmirates 24/7The UAE has told its fishermen to stop hunting sharks for their fins in line with an international convention enforced in many countries worldwide. The decision, which will be enforced through the UAE f…
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  • >How to live as an expat in the UAE - Emirates 24/7
    How to live as an expat in the UAEEmirates 24/7Everyone knows of the UAE's generous lack of personal income tax but many people don't realise how initial set-up costs can be. Some forethought, research on living costs, and savings in the bank, will h…
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  • >Does US have the UAE's back? Drafted youth don't think so - Christian Science Monitor
    Christian Science MonitorDoes US have the UAE's back? Drafted youth don't think soChristian Science MonitorSoldiers from Jordan and the United Arab Emirates take part in an exercise to prepare for a possible chemical attack during Exercise Eager Lion…
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  • >Eid Al Fitr celebrated in UAE -
    gulfnews.comEid Al Fitr celebrated in UAEgulfnews.comDubai: Can it get any better than this? High spirits combined with a sense of unified celebration ushered in a joyful camaraderie for families, couples and individuals observing the Eid Al Fitr fes…
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  • UAE To Introduce New Visa System By August - Gulf Business News
    Emirates 24/7UAE To Introduce New Visa System By AugustGulf Business NewsThe UAE's Ministry of Interior announced on Saturday that it will introduce a new system to issue visas by August, state news agency WAM reported. The ministry said in a stateme…
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Approaching Dubai - Emirates - B777-31H - A6-EMR
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UAE Interact

  • Zayed Giving Initiative offers medical treatment to 3, 000 million children, elderly people
    In what could be deemed the first of its kind in the region to alleviate the suffering of needy patients worldwide, Emirati and international doctors have treated 3, 000 million children, elderly people, and conducted over 8, 000 heart surgeries.
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  • Emirates Red Crescent disbursed Dh9 million to Palestinian orphans
    RAMALLAH: The Emirates Red Crescent has disbursed Dh 8.9 million to 3,743 Palestinian orphans sponsored by the U.A.E. relief agency in the West Bank and registered with the ministry of social affairs.Dr. Mohammed Abu Hameed, undersecretary of th
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  • U.A.E.'s HAI provides helps 2000 poor Palestinian families near Ramallah
    RAMALLAH: U.A.E.'s Human Appeal International (HAI) has provided Dh1 million in aid to more than two thousand poor families in the Palestinian Territories (oPT) during the Holy Month of Ramadan.HAI's aid included one thousand tonnes of rice and
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  • Eid Al Fitr spikes Dubai’s hotel occupancy
    Dubai hotels are reporting a sharp increase in bookings by families from across the GCC region as the emirate gears up to roll out festive fun for families throughout the Eid holiday celebrations.Peter Foster, director of sales and marketing at
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  • Dewa to show smart initiatives at Gitex 2014
    Dewa will showcase its latest smart services and initiatives as part of its on-going efforts to support the vision of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice- President and Prime Minister of the U.A.E. and Ruler of Dubai, to use smar
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  • Environmental volunteers help protect Fujairah’s Wadi Wurayah
    Environmental work by volunteers at Fujairah's Wadi Wurayah National Park has yielded important results for scientists looking to preserve the area's delicate ecosystem.Between September last year and April, more than 270 people from 12 countr
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  • Emirati designer Hessa Al Falasi refreshes the traditional abaya
    The Emirati designer Hessa Al Falasi is a self-proclaimed trailblazer."It seems that I set trends that others follow,” says the 25-year-old Dubai resident. "Because I've noticed that some other designers have copied the styles from collections
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  • U.A.E. riders dominate in Verona
    Riders from the U.A.E. dominated for the second day running with Khalifa Ali Khalfan Al Jahouri and Mohammed Al Mazrooei winning their respective events in the Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan Global Arabian Horse Flat Racing Festival-supported Ita
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  • Respect and peace among Eid messages across the U.A.E.
    The importance of peace, solidarity, tolerance, respect and following the teachings of Islam and the Prophet Mohammed were prominent in sermons across the country to mark the start of Eid Al Fitr on Monday.Sheikh Humaid bin Rashid Al Nuaimi, Rul
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  • Eid brings together diverse cultures, nationalities
    A stark contrast from the quiet daytimes during the holy month of Ramadan, Monday afternoon saw swarms of Muslim and non-Muslim expatriates alike flock to the malls and streets of Dubai to mark the first day of Eid. A country which has more than 200
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Khaleej Times

  • Focus on relations between UAE, France
    General Shaikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces met French Foreign Minister, Laurent Fabius on Sunday. The Foreign Minister is on a visit to the UAE.
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  • Sharjah Ruler opens students' works exhibition
    His Highness Dr. Shaikh Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Member of the Supreme Council, Ruler of Sharjah, and President of the University of Sharjah (UoS), today opened the 8th exhibition of graduates' works at the College of Fine Arts.
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  • UAE Ambassador meets Grand Imam of Al-Azhar
    Mohammed bin Nakheera Al Dhaheri, UAE Ambassador to Egypt and Representative to the League of Arab States has met with the Grand Imam of Egypt's Al-Azhar Al-Sharif, Shaikh Dr. Ahmed Al-Tayyeb.
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  • Govt agencies and students to be rewarded
    Smart mobile applications developed by government agencies and students to speed up public services will be recognised and rewarded, said His Highness Shaikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Du…
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  • Cook gets 3 years for abusing two-year-old
    A 55-year-old domestic cook was sentenced to three years in jail followed by deportation for molesting his sponsor's nearly two-year-old girl in his room at the family house.
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  • Worker's life term confirmed in re-trial for murder
    A 26-year-old Bangladeshi worker has had his life term confirmed by the Court of First Instance in a re-trial for a murder charge.
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  • Man stabbed to death over Dh3,000 loan, court hears
    A man stabbed a worker to death over a Dh3,000 loan the latter failed to repay him, a court heard.
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  • Shaikh Hamdan gives go ahead to national heritage revival plan
    Shaikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai, who is also the Chairman of the Dubai Executive Council, has sanctioned the proposed strategic plan and the organisational structure of the Shaikh Hamdan bin Mohammed Centre fo…
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Yahoo News

  • >Dubai Wholesale Diamonds Offers Certified Diamonds at Unbeatable Prices
    Having membership with the Dubai Diamond Exchange and the World Federation of Diamond Bourses, Dubai Wholesale Diamonds has become the leading wholesaler of certified loose diamonds. Dubai, UAE – July 22, 2014...
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  • >Indian in Dubai jailed for groping woman
    Dubai, July 30 (IANS) An Indian expatriate has been jailed for groping a woman at a metro station here, a media report said Wednesday. The Indian, identified only as J.K., 26, was found guilty of molesting a 40-year-old Indian woman when he drew his…
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  • >New Dubai cafe brings together classic rock music and coffee
     Dubai's coffee scene has an edgy new addition. Classic Rock Coffee opens its doors tomorrow, the first cafe in the Middle East from the relatively new American company. This isn't your typical, relaxing coffee shop - and it's not supposed to be. Wh…
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  • >Dubai offering gold for weight loss in children
    A weight-loss program in Dubai is exchanging loss of weight in children for gold. The program, called "Your Child in Gold," launched this month and lasts through Sept. 15. It offers two grams of gold for every two pounds a child loses. Two grams of g…
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  • Animal attractions at shopping malls?
    Dubai is home to the tallest building, largest mall and biggest candy shop.
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  • Dubai goes wild for exotic animals
    Dubai's malls boast crocodiles, a giant octopus and otters who paint. But not everyone's a fan.
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  • Dubai offers kids gold to lose weight
    A program that rewards residents in the emirate for shedding pounds is drawing criticism for encouraging children to participate
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  • Dubai's Emirates airline to avoid Iraqi airspace as violence rises
    Dubai's Emirates airline said on Monday it will avoid Iraqi airspace, as the government in Baghdad struggles to contain Islamic insurgents who have captured vast areas of the country. After Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 was shot down earlier this mon…
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  • Dubai Stocks Increase Most in a Week Led by Emaar; Qatar Drops
    Shares in Dubai ended a three-day losing streak, led by gains in Emaar Properties PJSC amid bets the developer’s second quarter earnings will exceed investor expectations. Stocks in Qatar fell.
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  • Dubai airport traffic cut by runway work in June
    Passenger traffic through Dubai's main airport dropped 8.5 percent from a year earlier in June to 5.07 million people, as construction temporarily reduced its capacity, operator Dubai Airports said on Thursday. Dubai International, one of the world's…
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