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United Arab Emirates-based construction company Arabtec says it's working to resolve a rare strike by laborers seeking higher wages.
13 days ago
UAE says 3 citizens suspected in Tanzania bombing
70 days ago
The oil-rich United Arab Emirates has named a new energy minister as part of a limited Cabinet reshuffle that is not expected to bring major policy shifts in the Gulf nation.
71 days ago
A human rights group is calling on the United Arab Emirates to investigate allegations of torture that are being made by defendants on trial for allegedly trying to overthrow the government.
78 days ago
Trial starts in UAE for 94 charged in coup plot
85 days ago
Like all Gulf partners, the UAE has expanded crackdowns on perceived political dissent since the Arab Spring, including charging 94 people last month with conspiring to overthrow the ruling system.
85 days ago
The United Arab Emirates says it has barred a British scholar from entering the country because of his views on the uprising against fellow Gulf rulers in Bahrain.
87 days ago
The London School of Economics has pulled out of an academic conference on the Arab Spring after one of its scholars says he was denied entry into the United Arab Emirates.
92 days ago
ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates -- A defense official in the United Arab Emirates says the Gulf nation has signed $1.4 billion in military contracts that include purchases of U.S.-made drones.
106 days ago
AL AIN, United Arab Emirates -- Police in the United Arab Emirates say a gravel-filled truck with faulty brakes has rammed a bus, killing at least 22 migrant workers.
119 days ago
Majority owned by the Abu Dhabi government, Aldar received $10 billion in bailout aid in 2011 as the UAE faced a sharp downturn from the global economic crisis.
139 days ago
Two senior Egyptian officials are traveling to the United Arab Emirates to discuss the arrests of 11 Egyptians accused of forming a Muslim Brotherhood cell in the emirate.
145 days ago
UAE officer ordered to pay $1.2M to former worker
152 days ago
The order appears to reflect a tightening of political-related activity in the United Arab Emirates, which has widened crackdowns on perceived dissent by activists and others.
153 days ago
They imply that the UAE may be propagandizing against energy development in the U.S. so it keeps buying foreign oil.
165 days ago
UAE authorities have taken dozens of people into custody in the past year over Internet postings or alleged links to an Islamist group that officials consider a threat to state security.
166 days ago
ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates -- Covering nearly 300 football fields in a remote patch of desert, the Shams 1 solar project carries of plenty of symbolic significance for the United Arab Emirates.