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Four people were killed and three were injured in a head-on collision on the Al-Zayed Road in Bani Zayed town, east of Qunfudah, late Friday. One car had on board a family of two men, three women and a child, while the other had only the driver
Mubadala alone holds around Dh202bn and Ipic controls Dh238bn Abu Dhabi's financial ambassadors such as banks and investment vehicles control more than $1 trillion (Dh3.67 trillion) worth of assets, according to the head of the Abu Dhabi securities
Recognised as one of the world?s leading literary festivals, the sixth Emirates Airline Festival of Literature, began yesterday with over 160 writers, speakers and thinkers from 40 countries attending five days of literary festivities.
Top leaders of the two countries discussed the possible cooperation at the second meeting of India-UAE High Level Joint Task Force on Investments here. The meeting was co-chaired by India's Commerce and Industry Minister Anand Sharma and chairman of
Japan has agreed to a deal with the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to boost the latter's crude storage capacity in the Asian nation. The deal will allow UAE easy access to Asian markets while giving Japan priority access to reserves in case of
The European Parliament (EP) has voted today to allow visa-free travel for U.A.E. citizens to countries in the Schengen Area in Europe. This came during a meeting held today in Strasbourg with a majority vote of 523 out of 577 EU representatives.
Lt-General Shaikh Saif bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior, on Monday launched the National Ambulance Project with the aim of covering the northern areas through eight main sites and 22 branches. The move follows the
Jumana El-Heloueh Unified speed and radar setting across major roads is new proposal in the works from Federal Traffic Council A single speed limit across UAE highways is the latest proposal in the works at the Federal Traffic Council, in a bid to
Federal Traffic Council working to bring ban on 14-seaters transporting people into place from 2015 Thursday, February 20, 2014 The Head of Dubai Traffic Police is working hard to lobby a new federal law that will ban 14-seater mini-buses from
Two Indian nationals have been awarded in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in recognition of their honesty after they handed over 60,000 dirhams(about $16,335) which they found on a road to the Al Shaabiyah Police Station in Abu Dhabi.