The Etihad Airways headquarters in Abu Dhabi.

Airlines

Etihad taking on over 120 pilots from Italy

 The Salvis at their workshop

Heritage

Preserving the patola

School community meeting: From left Sonia Ben Jaafar, MD EduEval education consultancy, Chris McDermott, CEO GEMS International School, Hind Al Mulla from KHDA, Ashok Kumar, CEO Indian High School and Darryl Bloud, brand director education at GEMS

Language

Arabic to get practical push in Dubai schools


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British freelance photojournalist John Cantlie

Isil releases new video of captive journalist

John Cantlie makes an appeal in 'Lend Me Your Ears' video

In this photo released early Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2014, by an anti-Bashar Assad activist group Edlib News Network (ENN), which has been authenticated based on its contents and other AP reporting, show two Syrian children receiving treatment after they were given a second round of measles vaccinations, in Idlib province. At least 15 children died after receiving vaccinations in rebel-held parts of Syria. The children, some just babies, all exhibited signs of "severe allergic shock" about an hour after they were given a second round of measles vaccinations in the northwestern province of Idlib on Tuesday, with many suffocating to death as their bodies swelled, said physician Abdullah Ajaj, who administered the vaccinations in a medical center in the town of Jarjanaz. (AP Photo/Edlib News Network ENN)

Vaccination mix-up leaves 15 babies dead

Muscle relaxant given to 75 children in an error caused by the similar drug packaging

All the workers on the bus were hurt in the accident, which took place on Wednesday evening, said Major Saif Al Falasi,  Director of Ajman Police Traffic Department.

20 injured in Ajman crash

Speeding led to vehicle hitting bus carrying workers, says police

The emirate lights up for Eid in Dubai

What to do in Dubai for Eid Al Adha

Concerts, comedy, shopping and more to lure visitors to the city for the 17-day celebration

A maximum of four satellite dishes can be installed on the roof of a building, and any that exceed this number must be removed.

Satellite dishes an unsafe eyesore

Municipality runs campaign to remove devices, and violators could be fined at least Dh1,000


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