May 11, 2013
Apr 15, 2013
Indian defence and state officials say the US Navy should have been more cautious before opening fire on a fishing boat near Jebel Ali.
Read Article US Navy 'should have been more careful' before firing
'Daily we think of him and feel there is nothing left of our life,' says the father of the Indian fisherman who was fatally shot by crew aboard the USNS Rappahannock.
Read Article Anguished father of fisherman killed off UAE coast by US Navy speaks of loss
Feb 05, 2013
Navies, in collaboration with the US and Bahrain, exchange expertise ahead of the unveiling of Italian-made patrol vessel scheduled for the International Defence Exhibition (Idex). Read Article Italians join UAE in naval exercises
Jan 11, 2013
The UAE Navy's first Abu Dhabi class anti-submarine corvette and its first Falaj-2 class patrol vessel have been formally delivered by the Italian shipbuilders Fincantieri. Read Article UAE Navy warships are ready to set sail
Jan 10, 2013
Six months after the shooting of a fishing boat by the US navy that killed their compatriat the five survivors remain in limbo Dubai, unable to leave until the investigation is complete. Read Article US Navy shooting survivors stranded penniless in Dubai
Dec 25, 2012
The wife and young children of British seaman, Timmy MacColl, who went missing in Dubai on May 27, prepare to celebrate their first Christmas without him. Read Article First Christmas without dad for family of UK sailor missing in Dubai
Dec 13, 2012
Terrorism, piracy and smuggling can only be tackled if the region's security forces unite, navy chiefs say.
Read Article Gulf co-operation key to boosting maritime security, naval chiefs say
Dec 12, 2012
The UAE military is introducing a streamlined communication system to improve the effectiveness of its Navy, Army and Air Force. Read Article UAE Armed Forces seek better coordination
Dec 11, 2012
With a small population to recruit from, the UAE Navy says it must invest in technology to ensure it is doubly prepared to fight piracy. Read Article UAE navy goes high-tech to thwart pirates
Jul 20, 2012
Deputy secretary of state offers regrets over incident at sea Read Article US links strong, despite shooting
Jul 20, 2011
Navies of eight countries are taking part in the exercises. Read Article UAE in naval exercises off Bahrain
Jul 15, 2011
The UAE and the UK finished a week of exercises designed to prepare them for possible attacks by pirates and terrorists. Read Article Armed forces complete exercises with UK naval task group
Large stadium for the recently announced New York City Football Club is planned for iconic tennis site. Omar Rahman reports from New York Man City MLS franchise eyes Flushing Meadows
A White Paper highlights that introducing tobacco tax in the GCC could lead to an increase in illicit trade and the smuggling of cigarettes. GCC hike in tobacco prices will see rise in illicit trade, experts warn
In truth, darts is one of few sports where the professionals are more often than not in no better physical shape than the rowdy crowds that cheer them on. Dubai - Let's play darts
Companies in the UAE are finding themselves facing a legal minefield caused by the global reach of tough and sometimes conflicting US and UK anti-corruption laws. John Henzell reports.
Bribery laws go beyond borders
With Muslim families, you must say "mashallah" with every compliment lest someone think you are jealous and have the evil eye. Mashallah: what it means, when to say it and why you should
Vin Diesel, Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson, Michelle Rodriguez and Gina Carano on the Fast & Furious franchise. Fast & Furious 6 - start your engines
National View blog looks at the best images from the last seven days from around the Gulf and across the Middle East. Region in Focus - May 23
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