Dubai metro and tram timings for Ramadan 2017

The Dubai Tram will offer service from Saturday to Thursday starting from 6:30 am up to 1:00 am (of the following day), and on Friday the service timing would be from 9:00 am to 1:00 am (of the following day). ( read original story ...)

Dubai Police rescue camel from abandoned well

Dubai: Dubai Police rescued a camel which fell into an abandoned ... the camel fell into this small hole and got stuck inside,” Colonel Burqibah told Gulf News. He said that the camel was covered with the dirty water and only its neck and head could ... ( read original story ...)

Al Jazeera blocked by Saudi Arabia, Qatar blames fake news

Al Jazeera has been blocked in Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. The website of the Qatari-owned international news broadcaster could not be accessed in either country on Wednesday. Al Jazeera confirmed it had been blocked, but gave no further ... ( read original story ...)

UAE, Saudi block access to Qatari news websites after hacking

The United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia have blocked access to number of Qatari news websites, including state-owed network Al Jazeera, after hackers posted fake stories containing remarks falsely attributed to the Gulf Arab’s state’s ruler, local ... ( read original story ...)

Dubai Police launch campaign to curb tailgating

Dubai: Dubai Police have launched an awareness drive among road users on the importance of keeping safe distance after 14 people were killed in 207 traffic accidents due to tailgating, police said on Wednesday. Brigadier Saif Muhair Al Mazroui, director of ... ( read original story ...)

Artwork by determined ones displayed at Dubai Airports

“This is my commissioned piece on Dubai Airport, I drew lots of tourists, some sushi bars, a lounge and swimming pool and a play area for little kids. Having my piece commissioned makes me feel like the greatest artist ever,” Lutfi told Gulf New ( read original story ...)

UAE will back oil deal agreed upon by majority: energy minister

Speaking in an interview on the Abu Dhabi-based Sky News Arabia, Mazroui also said the UAE expected full compliance with any deal reached at an oil producers meeting in Vienna. "We believe that conditions are suitable for an understanding about the ... ( read original story ...)

Businessman gets 15-year sentence in UAE dispute

A court has sentenced a businessman accused of stealing $1.5 billion while working for a sheikhdom in the United Arab Emirates to 15 years in prison. The government of Ras al-Khaimah also says Khater Massaad and an associate must repay $17.2 million that ... ( read original story ...)