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The hundreds of anglers who assemble along the Galata Bridge each day providing one of the picture postcard images that define Istanbul could soon disappear. Thomas Seibert reports
Manchester United, Real Madrid and Cristiano Ronaldo: how Twitter can play a good game
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French cuisine among the fastest-growing growing and most competitive food scenes in the UAE
Like French food? There are more options in the UAE than ever before.
$800 Montblanc pen the gift that keeps on giving at Emirates Airline
The pen features a ruby gemstone – reflecting Emirates’ corporate colours – with 20 per cent of each sale given to the Emirates Airline Foundation.
When silence is deadly
Like many organised crime syndicates, The Network relied on 'omerta', the mafia-derived code of honour that enforces a strict rule of silence.
Video: Google’s romping robot adventure
Google's deal to buy Boston Dynamics, a company known for its animal like robots, has people talking about what the tech giant is up to.
A man accused of having sex with a maid and getting her pregnant proposed to her in court. Read Article
Abdulhameed Al Kumaiti said the real criminal in the case was an officer at the Supreme Council for National Security, K H. Read Article
Two British nationals have been cleared of threatening to kill a woman if she did not let them into her home. Read Article
A housemaid who is facing the death penalty after admitting she killed her employers’ baby confessed only because of 'emotional pressure', the Abu Dhabi Appeals Court hears. Read Article
The Iranian man claimed the drugs were for personal use and not for distribution. Read Article
Three Indian men have been cleared of locking up 20 Filipinas and only allowing them to work. Read Article
Five men were arrested in April for the 19-minute video called Satwa Comedy School which they produced and posted on YouTube in October last year. Read Article
Customs inspectors found the seeds in the luggage of RA, 22, who was returning from Ethiopia on August 1, a court heard. Read Article
The heroin was found in his car while the man was trying to cross into Dubai from Oman. Read Article
A woman has denied all charges of threatening to blow up a public prosecution building in Dubai. Read Article
The return of his passport from Dubai authorities was the final confirmation for the 44-year-old Australian that there will be no further appeals in the case. Read Article
A government employee embezzled Dh980,000 to 'cause damage' to his employers, Abu Dhabi Fund Prosecutors said yesterday. Read Article
The man paid Dh13.2 million in lawyer fees for the lawsuit and was only awarded Dh5m, the court heard. Read Article
The British missions in Abu Dhabi and Dubai have launched an awareness campaign calling on UK citizens to be aware of the rules, especially those on alcohol. Read Article