UAE to purchase amphibious infantry fighting vehicles

March 13 (UPI) --The military of the United Arab Emirates is purchasing 8x8 infantry fighting vehicles from Al Jasoor, a joint venture by Tawazun and Otokar Land systems UAE. Otokar of Turkey, owner of Otokar Land Systems UAE, said the number of vehicles ... ( read original story ...)

UAE Road Safety Monitor delivers encouraging perception trends

Coinciding with the 33rd Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Traffic Week, the fourth cycle of the UAE Road Safety Monitor delivered encouraging perception trends that showed the UAE's roads had become safer overall. The driving experience has improved ... ( read original story ...)

UAE, India cooperation discussed

UAE news agency (WAM) said that the two sides reviewed results and steps approved by the two countries in light of their recent talks and visits. They also spotlighted regional developments and issues of mutual interest. A H N BNA 1621 GMT 2017/03/13 ( read original story ...)

Dubai man arrested for feeding cat to dogs in…

Dubai Police have arrested the man behind the horrific viral video, showing him feed a cat to dogs. Major General Khalil Al Mansouri, Director of CID confirmed that police arrested the man who posted a video on social media showing him feed a live cat to ... ( read original story ...)

Boost to Bahrain-UAE ties

Abu Dhabi, Mar. 14 (BNA): His Highness Shaikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, held an official discussion session with HRH Prince Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa, Crown Prince of ... ( read original story ...)

'Man feeds cat to dog' video sparks outrage in UAE

Residents in the UAE have reacted in outrage following a sickening video that went viral on social media showing a live cat being fed to dogs. The shocking video, which appears to be shot somewhere in UAE, has seen thousands of people react in anger ... ( read original story ...)

'Dubai bubble': How long have you been living in it?

Dubai: The Dubai lifestyle or what is referred to as the ‘Dubai Bubble’ has proven to be appealing enough to attract more expats over the years, with 64 per cent of them staying significantly longer in Dubai than they had originally intended, showed a ... ( read original story ...)