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|F1 Team Abu Dhabi’s Al Qamzi Wins In Sharjah
After leading from start to finish, F1 Team Abu Dhabi’s Thani Al Qamzi today triumphed in the UIM F1 Powerboat World Championship’s season ending round in Sharjah
|The Bride Show Abu Dhabi Offers One Stop Shop For Brides To Be In The Capital
Each designer embellishes their unique Abayas with CRYSTALLIZED – Swarovski Elements which add instant glamour to any outfit.
|Rossi Scoops Abu Dhabi Spirit Of The Rally
The fact Valentino put his reputation on the line and entered one of calendar’s toughest WRC rounds speaks volumes for the man and the entire WRC family.
|UAE reviews human rights recommendations
The Working Group on the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) adopted the report prepared by the troika of rapporteurs on UAE’s human rights issues in Geneva on Tuesday
|Charity dinner raises Dh 500,000 for Special Care Centre
The Special Care Centre raised more than Dh 500,000 in a charity dinner gala it organised yesterday and attended by nearly 300 diplomats, businessmen and community leaders
|AMD, The Advanced Technology Investment Company And Mubadala Amend Transaction Agreements
All other material economic terms of the transaction agreements remain unchanged.
|Sherwoods signs up as sponsor of Abu Dhabi Golf Club
Sherwoods Independent Property Consultants have announced that they recently signed an agreement to sponsor Abu Dhabi Golf Club, as part of Sherwoods’ strategy to maximise its access to and influence over elite property buyers and investors in the region
|UAE is committed to Chemical Weapons Convention
The UAE will remain committed to the Convention on the Prohibition of the Development, Production, Stockpiling and Use of Chemical Weapons (Chemical Weapons Convention) out of its belief that Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) are still posing a real threat to international peace and security
|Abu Dhabi Chases Motorsports Glory
Having clinched the fastest lap in Thursday’s free practice, with an average speed of 154.91kph, the 29-year-old was upbeat about his chances.
|Etihad Set To Resume Bangkok Flights
These flights have carried more than 2,500 travellers, many of whom had onward connections to Europe, Africa and the Middle East.