Aug 26, 2012
Abu Dhabi is now one of the main contributors of aid to Sanaa, whose already weak economy has been further debilitated by political unrest. Read Article The UAE comes to Yemen's rescue
Aug 20, 2012
The Emirates Effect The chief executive of an airline that delivers cargo has created a charity that delivers humanitarian aid at a reduced cost, allowing more aid to be delivered. Read Article Charity abhors a vacuum says Abu Dhabi airline boss
Jul 30, 2012
Emirates Effect: Takatof, a programme that encourages volunteerism in the UAE, provides humanitarian aid to children in Tanzania. Read Article Emirati volunteers help change lives
Jul 23, 2012
The UAE has provided Dh5.5bn in aid to Afghanistan to help build roads, schools, mosques and hospitals, and to encourage business development. Read Article UAE aid to Afghanistan is a trusted help
Jul 16, 2012
The Emirates Effect: Sharjah Charity International has helped organise several medical, education and housing projects for the poor of Sri Lanka, including a mobile hospital treating everything from diabetes to dental decay Read Article A Sharjah charity's help for pain and poverty in Sri Lanka
Jul 09, 2012
The Emirates Effect: The new Coast Guard base in Seychelles has been paid for by the Emirati government who have also provided five more vessels to protect shipping in the Indian Ocean from attacks by Somali pirates. Read Article UAE aiding the fight against pirates
Jul 04, 2012
A recent trip back to the western world provided the opportunity not only to educate Europeans on life in the UAE but to also learn what they thought of the country. Read Article We know our culture, let's help the West know it, too
Jun 25, 2012
The Emirates Effect The UAE-supported Khalifa bin Zayed School in Gaza has gone from ruin to prosperity in just three years. Read Article Khalifa Foundation saves 'one of the best schools in the Gaza Strip'
Star Trek's technological feats are ahead of the times - dreamt up almost half a century ago, much of its technology is today a reality. Can’t you beam me up, Scotty?
Following the 1948 war, Israeli librarians rushed to collect 30,000 mostly Arabic books from the houses of Jerusalem's prominent Palestinian families. Now, the families want their books back. Vita Bekker reports from Tel Aviv Palestinian activists sue Israel for the return of 6,000 books
Here is a look at how various cultures in the UAE have imported their cuisines and where to buy the ingredients. A hunger for home
Istanbul's famous mosque tries to strike balance between religion and tourism money by providing tourists with coverings. Thomas Seibert reports Turkey tightens Blue Mosque dress code
Dropping out of the top tier could be more of a help than a hurt, comments Paul Radley. Step backward may help UAE rugby move forward
The Italian marque is unbelievably, half a century old. To celebrate, the world's largest ever gathering of those outrageous sports cars assembled in its hometown. Lamborghini is still crazy after all these years
The dialect of the mountain tribes in Ras Al Khaimah is a living example of the history of the Arabic language's evolution in the region.
Produced by Paul O Driscoll Video: Talking Shehhi – a dialect from RAK's mountain tribes
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