United Arab Emirates

Us Says Alaska Man Laundered Nearly $1b For Iran Through Uae

An Alaska man accused of laundering $1 billion held in South Korea for Iran funneled nearly all the money through the United Arab Emirates
Related topics: Iran, South Korea

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Pakistan’s Bid To Set Up Group On “islamophobia” At United Nations Foiled

“The United Arab Emirates and the Maldives together thwarted a Pakistani attempt to set up an informal group of Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) envoys at the United Nations on Islamophobia.” However, they did this not because...
Related topics: Pakistan, Maldives

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Long-haul Carrier Emirates Says It Fires Staff Amid Virus

Dubai’s long-haul carrier Emirates says it fired an undisclosed number of employees as the coronavirus pandemic has halted global aviation
Related topics: Dubai

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Opinion | How Israel And The Arab World Are Making Peace Without A Peace Deal

Without much fanfare or notice, the first known commercial aircraft from the United Arab Emirates recently landed at Israel’s Ben Gurion airport. It was carrying Covid-19 supplies for the Palestinian Authority, which, out of pique, rejected...
Related topics: Israel, Airports

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This Couple Went On A Honeymoon. Then The Coronavirus Hit, And They Couldn’t Get Home.

The pandemic has left these Egyptian newlyweds who are residents of Dubai stuck on a perpetual honeymoon in the Maldives.
Related topics: Dubai, Maldives

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Fashion Designer Yassmin Saleh’s Work Inspired By Lebanon’s Political, Economic Situation

DUBAI: From making outfits out of her dad’s tailored suits and her mom’s preppy pieces, Lebanese fashion designer Yassmin Saleh
Related topics: Lebanon, Dubai

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Police In China, Dubai, And Italy Are Using These Surveillance Helmets To Scan People For Covid-19...

Temperature-scanning $7,000 helmets can catch people running a fever. But experts are skeptical about how helpful temperature scanning will really be.
Related topics: Police, China, Dubai, Italy

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Iran’s Opec Governor Dies After Brain Haemorrhage

DUBAI- Iran’s OPEC Governor Hossein Kazempour Ardebili has died of a brain haemorrhage two weeks after falling into a coma,
Related topics: Iran, OPEC, Dubai

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Emirati Miracle: Abu Dhabi Investment Firm's Stocks Mushroom By 2,800 Percent In A Year

The company, initially founded as a fish farmer and partially owned by Emirati royals, has dramatically boosted its revenue and market value despite low trading volumes.
Related topics: Abu Dhabi

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Swedish Journo Сlaims Muslim Brotherhood Gaining Foothold Within Country's Defence

The pan-Islamic Muslim Brotherhood is estimated to have over a million members in 70 countries and has been classified as a terrorist organisation in many countries, including Russia, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates.
Related topics: Muslim Brotherhood, Terrorism, Russia, Egypt, Saudi Arabia

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Watch: Massive Inferno Engulfs Another Uae Skyscraper

Watch: Massive Inferno Engulfs Another UAE Skyscraper A high-rise tower in the United Arab Emirates has been engulfed in a massive blaze Tuesday, and reportedly was burning out of control into the nighttime hours.  A massive fire at a...

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Link Found Between Early Post Office Locations And Modern Crime Rates

A pair of researchers with New York University Abu Dhabi has found a connection between the location of post offices in the formative years of the United States and modern crime rates. In their paper published in Proceedings of the National Academy...
Related topics: Abu Dhabi

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Even Coke Is Pulling Out Of Lebanon Due To The Economic Decline

DUBAI: Coca-Cola spirit has fizzled out in Lebanon and would be shuttering its operation on May 31 as prospects from
Related topics: Lebanon, Dubai

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In War Crime, United Arab Emirates Drone Strike In Libya Kills 8 Civilians

(Beirut) – An apparently unlawful drone attack by the United Arab Emirates that hit the Al-Sunbulah biscuit factory in Wadi al-Rabie, Libya, south of Tripoli, on November 18, 2019, killed 8 civilians and wounded 27, Human Rights Watch said today,...
Related topics: Drones, Libya, Lebanon, Tripoli, Human Rights

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Stranded Pakistanis In Dubai Slam Imran Khan For Failing To Bring Them Home - Video

New Delhi (Sputnik): Pakistan began evacuating its citizens from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) on Saturday, 18 April after the Gulf state threatened to review its labour ties with countries refusing to take back nationals during the COVID-19...
Related topics: Dubai, World Videos, India, New Delhi, Pakistan

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Brookfield-backed Group Seeking $8 Billion In Funding For Pipeline Deal

A group of investors -- which includes Brookfield Asset Management (NYSE: BAM) -- are working to line up bank financing to buy a stake in natural gas pipelines owned by the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC). The consortium has reached out...
Related topics: US Equity Markets, Banking, Abu Dhabi

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Indian Parents In Dubai Attend Virtual Funeral Of Teenage Son Amid Flying Restrictions - Report

New Delhi (Sputnik): Hundreds of people live-streamed the five-hour-long funeral of an Indian teenager who had succumbed to cancer. He took his 'final plane journey' from Dubai to India without his family members due to flying restrictions in the...
Related topics: Dubai, India, New Delhi

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Uk Watchdog 'provisionally' Clears Amazon Investment In Deliveroo

Amazon is one step closer to becoming a major investor in Deliveroo, a UK-based food delivery company that operates in multiple markets including France, Spain, Australia and the United Arab Emirates. After months of deliberation, the UK's...
Related topics: United Kingdom, Amazon, Amazon (AMZN), France, Spain, Australia

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Ethiopian Workers Are Being Expelled From Saudi Arabia And Uae On Coronavirus Suspicions

Thousands of undocumented Ethiopian workers are being abruptly deported from the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia back to Addis Ababa over the weekend in cargo planes.The governments of both Middle East countries claimed the Ethiopians were...
Related topics: Saudi Arabia

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Opec, Oil Nations Agree To Nearly 10 Million Barrel Cut

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — OPEC, Russia and other oil-producing nations on Sunday finalized an unprecedented production cut of nearly 10 million barrels, or a tenth of global supply, in hopes of boosting crashing prices amid the coronavirus...
Related topics: OPEC, Dubai, Russia

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