Meet UAE’s racing camel tycoon
Mohammed Al Mansoori has a stable of camels that are the envy of many.
Video: Fujairah’s Wadi Wurayah to become a national park
In 2010, the environmental organisation Ramsar named it one of five UAE sites on its List of Wetlands of International Importance and now work has begun to convert it into a national park.
Lawrence of Arabia offered ‘quiet’ job at UK Bank
The legendary World War I veteran was offered the role of night watchman in 1928, according to documents released by England's Central Bank.
Bold and Beautiful’s Katherine Kelly Lang: UAE ‘exotic, mysterious and romantic’
The Bold and the Beautiful's Katherine Kelly Lang talks UAE, fitness, and character Brooke Logan.
In pictures: 2014 Abu Dhabi International Triathlon
Over 2,400 athletes, professional and amateur, took part in the 2014 edition of the Abu Dhabi International Triathlon.
Emirates Airline: A million passengers a week and flying higher
As Emirates adds its eighth American destination with a daily service to Boston, its president speaks about how the carrier manages its rapid growth and surging passenger totals and its plans for additional expansion.
The National Conversation
"21st-century statecraft” and “smart power” are certainly preferable as ideals to brute force. But they are very much a work in progress
A school for gifted children makes sense, but all children should be helped to achieve their full potential.
Poverty alleviation and implementation of laws are key to tackling child slavery in India
Whether competitors were world-class athletes or weekend warriors, the Abu Dhabi Triathlon made everyone a winner.
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