Gulf News tabloid! tries out Dubai's first ninja warrior obstacle course
Dubai residents gather at Zabeel Park to commemorate Yoga Day.
Filipino expatriate Sharon Mendoza Dreisbach wins battle against cancer.
Dubai Cares volunteers have a week to assemble 50,000 kits for Syrian children.
As the Philippines celebrates its 119th independence day on June 12, we gather and debunk myths about Filipinos and the Philippines.
RTA partners with UAE Food Bank to give away 4,000 iftar meals daily at bus and metro stations.
Dubai Sports World is back offering all sorts of indoor sports and over 10 professional sports academies.
British expat Nicola Dolan counters terror acts with her baking prowess.
EC3 brings together different transport centres under a single platform. Watch this video
UAE artists help underprivileged artisans in Afghanistan through Artists For Change.
Bollywood star Salman Khan unveils Radio, the first single from his upcoming film Tubelight.
Dubai Gynecology and Fertility Centre marks International Family Day with children born through fertility treatments and their parents.
Filipinos in the UAE in festive mood at the 119th Philippine Independence Day celebration.
Dubai’s ruler also posted a family picture on social media during Eid Al Fitr
Press Secretary Spicer warns Syrian leader 'will pay a heavy price' if another 'mass murder attack' is launched
Modi hails US as India's primary partner after positive meeting between two leaders at White House
Woman’s lawyer tells Sharia Court that husband abandoned his wife ‘physically and emotionally’
Regional powers mistaken if they think interference will solve crisis, Bahrain minister warns
Defendant abused his job, stole clients’ rewards to get coupons and eat pizzas and burgers
Actor says prepared to undergo narco analysis and brain mapping to prove his innocence
A courageous expat is getting through cancer by working hard at her job and always smiling
Travel ban on 6 countries limited to those with out any bona fide relationship with a person or entity in the US
Gulf News speaks to men and women who turn up for work as usual during Eid to help others enjoy their festive break