To provide greater flexibility for visitors, the Federal Authority for Identity, Citizenship, Customs and Ports Security in the UAE has announced an extension option for holders of visit visas for


Ajman Police in the UAE have successfully arrested three expatriates of Arab nationality after a daring robbery at a jewellery shop in the gold market. The estimated value of the stolen items in

Dubai has introduced stricter penalties in its amended traffic law to enhance traffic safety and protect the lives and properties of individuals in the emirate. The new amendments, effective from

A newly constructed 660-meter bridge, consisting of two lanes, will significantly improve travel time for commuters heading from Garn Al Sabkha Street to Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Road,

Abu Dhabi: President His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan has sent a congratulatory message to King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques in

The Ajman Transport Authority in the UAE has recently introduced a new taxi fare structure, which became effective immediately upon its announcement. As per the advisory

On Thursday, the Indian government announced that it will be seeking fresh bids for import quotas of gold from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) with a concessional duty, as per the trade

Amidst all the diplomatic back-slapping, the Israel-UAE accord faces its first hiccup: the possible sale of American F-35s to Abu Dhabi that could challenge the Israeli technological edge in the

A string of nighttime explosions at a Turkish military base in northern Cyprus damaged a nearby seaside hotel and injured 12 people Thursday, prompting the evacuation of terrified tourists,

The body of an Iraqi migrant who tried to swim across the Channel from France to Britain has been found off Belgium's coast, Belgian authorities said Monday.

London commuters faced further disruption on Thursday (April 18) as climate change protests continued to bring parts of the British capital to standstill, leading to over 300 arrests.

Worried over Brexit uncertainty, dozens of fintech companies have applied for licences in Lithuania to secure access to the EU market, the Baltic state's central bank