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Dubai: The myth in the middle (east)

As another summer onsets on Dubai, it’s been over a year since I came here. In all fairness, I can’t point out why I moved. I was desperate to move out of India, yes. 1,234 more words

Shweta Gautam

Protesters heckle Algeria president's campaign

April 09, 2014

ALGIERS, Algeria (AP) — Demonstrators threw stones at the Algerian prime minister’s motorcade during an election campaign event Wednesday— the latest incident protesting the president’s expected re-election. 257 more words

Islamic Umma

Algeria: Thousands Join Unprecedented Rally

22 March 2014

Algiers — Thousands of Algerian opposition supporters have called for a boycott of next month’s presidential election, during an unprecedented mass rally. 85 more words

Islamic Umma

28 executives graduate from INSEAD Executive Leadership Programme

UAE: The graduation ceremony of the INSEAD Executive Leadership Programme (ELP), comprising 28 executives from leading UAE companies, was celebrated recently at du’s headquarters in Al Salam Tower, Dubai Media City. 762 more words

Abu Dhabi

Majority of UAE residents do not save enough for children’s education

Dubai, UAE: Parents in the UAE are not adequately prepared to support the educational ambitions they have for their children according to new global research by HSBC. 497 more words

Abu Dhabi

New Indian School opens in Ajman with 2,000 students

Saudi Arabia: A new green school is opening its gate to expatriate students on Thursday morning and second part in the first week of May 2014. 557 more words

Abu Dhabi

In Syria, rebel attacks in the north reflect a number of important changes

The Syrian government is eliminating the last rebel strongholds in the centre of the country along the crucial road linking Damascus to Homs and to Tartous on the coast. 107 more words

Middle East