Dubai Ruler orders men arrested for stunt-driving to clean streets for a month
Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid ordered a group of people arrested for reckless driving to perform community service.
Investors in stalled Abu Dhabi project refuse 'half of money back offer'
Buyers who paid hundreds of thousands of dirhams have been trying to claw back their money since work on Tameer Towers on Reem Island halted in 2011.
UAE Friday sermon: All things are seen and heard by Allah
In Friday's sermon, worshippers will hear that Allah observes all actions and affairs, including what we keep in private as well as those we do in the open.
Etihad and Emirates to face action from UK aviation watchdog over late flights
Emirates and Etihad to face enforcement action in the UK for not paying compensation to passengers whose flights were delayed, said the country's aviation watchdog.
Fire breaks out in Ajman flat
A man and his wife sustained minor injuries in the blaze that broke out in their Ajman flat on Thursday.
'Extremism online is region's worst threat', says British minister
Tobias Ellwood, a member of parliament and the UK's parliamentary undersecretary of state at the foreign and commonwealth office for the Middle East and Africa, said that in working with the UAE, his country was trying to encourage other nations to be more aware of the threat posed online.