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Top officials at the Homeland Security Department skirted customary channels in negotiating a special U.S. customs facility at an international airport in the United Arab Emirates, and then some advised on UAE security-related projects after leaving
Research Scholar at International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis UN inspectors descend on Iran this week to visit the Arak heavy water plant, and engineers at the wrecked Fukushima nuclear power plants in Japan attempt one of the most
December 11, 2013 Pakistan Under-19 105 for 2 (Sami Aslam 72*) beat UAE Under-19 104 (Chirag Suri 34, Gohar 5-18) by eight wickets Scorecard Left-arm spinner Zafar Gohar took five wickets as Pakistan Under-19 ran away to their third win on the trot,
STR New Might be available on some handsets, says BlackBerry BlackBerry says BBM Channels continues to open on some handsets in the UAE and has promised to work with the TRA and network operators to remove the ban. "We understand that BBM Channels is
Ahmed Jadallah Ask anyone about the cost of living today, and you're likely to be discussing rising rents, surging food bills, escalating cost of children's education, as well as the price of clothing, travel and a whole lot of other day-to-day items.
Oxford Management, an internationally recognized and award winning trust and corporate service providers with its head offices based in Cyprus, has recently opened new offices in Dubai, at Jumeirah Lakes Towers, Platinum Tower.
Dubai's successful 2020 World Expo bid, its CEO said, even as it pursues international expansion. The UAE largest lender plans to add around 900 jobs to its current headcount of 6,500 next year across 18 countries, with a focus on new hubs in
In my previous life, I was in the Marine Corps, so patience isn't a strong suit for me. Three years in Washington, it's amazing to me that anything gets done...I know that you can't say, Hey, I'm in Washington, I'm frustrated,' because if you are,
Total Industrial investments in the GCC have jumped from $81 billion in 1998 to $338 billion in 2012...The number of firms in the GCC jumped from 7,089 in 1998 to 15,165 in 2012. The number of workers grew from 55,9420 workers to 1.34 million workers.
Abu Dhabi's project spending could balloon to over $100 billion in the next seven years as the government ramps up efforts to sustain economic gains built over the last few years. The 8th Abu Dhabi Conference 2013, which began today, highlighted the