British police vowed Thursday to review any new evidence that Dubai's ruler Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al-Maktoum authorised the use of spying software to hack the phones of his ex-wife and her UK-based legal team.
For the first time in the 170-year history of World Expos, every African nation will participate, each with its own pavilion. The African Union will also host its own pavilion at Expo 2020 – a colourful arena devoid of national borders, showcasing Africa’s vast potential and ambitions, as reflected in its Agenda 2063, which address agriculture, transport, science and technology, and health.
There is cynicism in the land. Disillusionment and despondency seem to have replaced hope for many in the land. For many, they cannot see light at the end of the nation’s dark tunnel
An Emirati princess who previously said she was being held "hostage" in a palace said she is now free to travel, in a statement attributed to her by lawyers Wednesday.
The Middle East's first bitcoin fund launched on the Dubai bourse on Wednesday, with Canadian digital asset manager 3iQ Corp seeking to raise around $200 million in the offering.
The Group Managing Director of Suru Group and founder of Holy Tabernacle Temple, Rabbi Edward Akinlade revealed what God told him about setting up a church that holds prayers every 3 am in seven nations across the world.
Over the past decades, we have witnessed prominent designers take a retro outlook while searching for their inspirations, resulting in a rebirth of vintage fashion in all its glory.
The United Nations said Tuesday it was still waiting for convincing proof that Sheikha Latifa, the daughter of Dubai's ruler, was alive after two pictures emerged purportedly showing her in public.
Two pictures purportedly showing Dubai's Sheikha Latifa were published on an unverified Instagram account this week, months after the United Nations
Lagos State Police Command has said it will put a team of officers in FESTAC division who extorted N200,000 from a Dubai-based Nigerian through a Point-of-Sale (POS) machine on trial.
The emirate of Dubai announced Tuesday it will deport a number of people arrested for public debauchery after a naked photoshoot. Photos and video footage posted online last week showed at least 18 foreign women posing naked in an apartment in the Dubai Marina area. In a tweet, the Dubai Media Office said: The public…
Since the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic in 2020, all aspects of human life have been severely affected and the global economy crippled. The tourism industry, which was one of the biggest markets in the world, was not left out as the global pandemic halted mobility, hereby causing mobility restriction, flight bans, as part of…