Nov 08, 2012
Sharjah-based Petrofac will develop an offshore gasfield in Cameroon with Africa-focused oil exploration company Bowleven. Read Article Petrofac to invest $500m in African gas project
Aug 08, 2012
Five boxers, a swimmer and a footballer are suspected of having left to stay in Europe for economic reasons. Read Article Seven Cameroon athletes disappear from Olympic Village
Feb 20, 2012
Dragon Oil, the explorer majority-owned by Emirates National Oil Company is considering the purchase of a West African producer as it seeks to diversify beyond the Caspian. Read Article Dragon Oil looks to buy in Africa
Feb 18, 2012
The International Fund for Animal Welfare said a gang of Sudanese poachers had killed the free roaming elephants in the Bouba Ndjida National Park. Read Article Poachers slaughter hundreds of elephants in Cameroon national park
Mar 03, 2011
Around Africa: Scott MacMillan kills time in Cameroon on his way to the Democratic Republic of Congo. Read Article A magic carpet ride into the Congo? Not quite
Feb 25, 2011
Around Africa Venturing deep into Cameroon's Ring Road country to meet the fon of Bafut, the paramount lord of the area. Read Article Into Cameroon, where the queen of Bafut wants biscuits
Feb 18, 2011
Around Africa: If there's anyone who can get you quickly into Cameroon, it's Big Mama. Read Article On the road to Cameroon, Big Mama and the magnificent mountain
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?
By the end of this century, more than half of the world's 7,000 languages could have vanished, according to National Geographic's Disappearing Languages project. Could Arabic be one of them? Alarm bells over future of Arabic
Following the 1948 war, Israeli librarians rushed to collect 30,000 mostly Arabic books from the houses of Jerusalem's prominent Palestinian families. 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 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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