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BBC eyeing Dubai for expansion
The British Broadcasting Corporation may be a household name around the world, but its Arabic service still lags behind its top two competitors. On a recent visit, Amanda Fisher learned it is looking to expand and Dubai may be just the place for that to happen.
UAE Ambassador leads record-breaking fundraising effort for children
Al Otaibas volunteered to chair the Children’s Ball with their close friends Amy and Bret Baier, whose son has had several open-heart surgeries at Children’s National.
No leads yet in hammer attack case on Emirati women
UAE nationals expressed their fear at visiting London following the gory incident and said walking down the city’s streets would never be the same again.
Egyptian artist’s exhibition at Sharjah museum
Shaikha Jawaher bint Mohammed Al Qasimi, wife of the Ruler of Sharjah, opened an art exhibition that highlights the distinct beauty of Egypt’s people and places at the Sharjah Art Museum on Monday.
Postage stamps on Sharjah as Islamic culture capital
The Emirates Post Group has signed an agreement with the Executive Committee for the ‘Sharjah Capital of Islamic Culture 2014 Celebrations’ to issue commemorative stamps in celebration of Sharjah being named the ‘Islamic Culture Capital of the Arab Region for 2014’.
Emirates to woo Emiratis at job fair
The Emirates Group is gearing up to meet thousands of Emirati job seekers at Careers UAE 2014, Dubai’s leading recruitment exhibition.
A great pleasure to help others, says social worker
No one has ‘adopted’ as many workers in the UAE as Sahar Shaikh, founder of the ‘Adopt-A-Camp Initiative’. Her campaign has given a new life to over 50,000 workers and the number is growing. The Canadian-British woman of Pakistani-Afghan descent tells Lily B. Libo-on how she helped her proteges think beyond their limitations.
Street lights installed 
in 33 Sharjah areas
The Sharjah Electricity and Water Authority (Sewa) has completed street-lighting projects in 33 areas in the emirate.
Role of community vital in food safety drives
The Abu Dhabi Food Control Authority is planning to intensify efforts to involve community groups and government and private organisations in food safety drives this summer.
Dubai couple plans to summit four mountains in Arctic Circle
The duo, along with fellow climber Simon Yates, will embark on the epic expedition where they will be at “the mercy of the weather”.
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