Jun 12, 2011
People living in GCC countries are not that interested in adding new countries, a new survey has found. Read Article Potential new GCC additions may be received warily: poll
Half of people in the Gulf polled believe adding extra countries could lead to a wider pan-Arab union, a poll found. Read Article After Jordan and Morocco, what comes next?
Two-thirds of Jordanians polled hoped some sort of aid would be forthcoming if their country joined the GCC, a poll found. Read Article Jordanians: GCC entry is money in the bank
May 25, 2011
Comprehensive gallup poll of 18,000 Gulf nationals finds that women want to be well-educated, but they also want big families. Read Article A degree and four children … what Gulf women want
A new survey finds only 36 per cent of Emiratis would want to live next door to someone of a different faith. Read Article Expatriates are welcome, but unease about mixing
Research by the Abu Dhabi Gallup Center shows 52 per cent of Emiratis have donated to charity in the past month. Read Article UAE citizens choose discreet charity
While poll finds that similar proportions of Emirati boys and girls finish secondary education, boys are far more likely to drop out after that. Read Article Work needed to steer boys into universities
A survey by Abu Dhabi Gallup Center provides insight into the lives of Emiratis and their GCC neighbours. Read Article Emiratis strive to thrive as conditions provide rosy picture
The overall findings of a survey by Abu Dhabi Gallup Centre are positive, but the results highlight challenging areas for improvement. Read Article Emiratis 'thriving', new Gulf survey says
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
Baniyas will have home field and a man advantage on Al Khor in the second leg of their Gulf Clubs Championship final after drawing 1-1 to the Qatar club, which saw their Brazilian striker Bruno Mineiro sent off. Late gains for Baniyas
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
David Beckham was recognised all over the world, yet he never changed, never thought he was too big time, never avoided the dressing room banter. Beckham was not too big time to his friends
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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