An evacuation plane from Sudan has landed in the UAE, carrying nearly 180 people of various nationalities.
The UAE's nuclear energy sector has received a further boost with more Emiratis now officially qualified to operate the Barakah plant.
Omar Bou Shehab, CEO of Mohammed bin Rashid Housing Establishment (MBRHE), has proven that no role is too big or small, as he was seen stepping in to fast-track transactions for customers at the helpdesk.
The UAE Space Agency has invited pitches from local startups, private companies and research centres to take part in the Emirates Mission to the Asteroid Belt.
An exciting lineup of events and activities have been announced for the Dubai Esports and Games Festival 2023 (DEF).
Streaming giants Netflix, Amazon and Disney on Friday privately discussed a possible legal challenge and other ways to stall India's new tobacco warning rules, amid fears they will need to edit millions of hours of existing web content, sources said.
Prince Harry will become the first senior British royal to give evidence in court for 130 years when he testifies next week in his lawsuit against a newspaper group he accuses of unlawful behaviour.
Mac users are in for a treat as the popular apocalyptic cat-venture game "Stray" is officially making its way to Apple computers.
At least 300 people were injured and many were feared dead after a passenger train derailed after crashing into a goods train in India's Odisha state on Friday.
President Vladimir Putin said on Friday that certain "ill-wishers" were stepping up efforts to destabilise Russia and urged members of his cabinet not to allow this "under any circumstances".
Sudan's warring parties clashed in the capital overnight and into Friday morning after talks aimed at maintaining a ceasefire and alleviating a humanitarian crisis collapsed, prompting the US to issue sanctions.
Tanzania has declared the end of its first-ever outbreak of Marburg, a deadly Ebola-like virus with a fatality rate of up to 88 per cent, the World Health Organisation (WHO) said on Friday.
Belarusian tennis star Aryna Sabalenka skipped her post-match press conference at the French Open on Friday citing mental health reasons.
Jose Mourinho has been charged with using abusive language against a match official, governing body UEFA said on Friday.
World number three Jessica Pegula's hopes of hoisting her maiden Grand Slam trophy ended in despair on Friday after a 6-1 6-3 defeat by Belgian Elise Mertens in the French Open third round.
Szymon Marciniak will fulfil his role as the referee for the Champions League final after the Pole apologised for participating in an event associated with an extreme-right movement.
Real Madrid's star striker, Karim Benzema, offered a cryptic response to recent reports suggesting his potential departure from the Spanish club and a move to Saudi Arabia's Al-Ittihad.
Over six million international visitors headed to Dubai over the first four months of the year, an increase of 18 per cent compared to the same period last year.
The US Senate has passed bipartisan legislation backed by President Joe Biden that lifts the government's $31.4 trillion debt ceiling, averting what would have been a historic, first-ever default.
Australia will raise the minimum wage by 5.75 per cent from July 1 as families grapple with soaring living costs, a decision that businesses and some economists say risks further stoking inflation and interest rates.
Twitter's head of trust and safety, Ella Irwin, has resigned from the social media company, which has faced criticism for lax protections against harmful content since billionaire Elon Musk acquired it in October.
After a career spent navigating the toughest opponents on the court, 20-times major winner Roger Federer will now help commuters navigate the open road, as the newest voice of driving app Waze.
Air New Zealand has introduced a new boarding procedure that requires passengers to step on a scale before boarding certain flights departing from Auckland International Airport, according to a statement from the airline.
Authorities in Vietnam's capital of Hanoi are turning off street lights to keep the national power system running amid record temperatures bringing a surge in demand in some parts of the Southeast Asian nation.
A Beluga whale that made headlines in 2019 when it was found wearing a harness in Norway, triggering speculation about its involvement with the Russian navy, has resurfaced along Sweden's coast, according to an organisation tracking its movements.
Amid the growing hype surrounding artificial intelligence (AI) in recent months, concerns about job displacement have become a common topic of discussion.
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