The UAE has sent a total of 815 tonnes of humanitarian aid to support people affected by the recent floods in Libya.
Dubai's Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has awarded a contract worth AED 689 million for a major project aimed at easing traffic along Hessa Street.
Trucks, heavy vehicles and workers' buses will be banned from entering Abu Dhabi Island on Monday, October 2.
The inaugural Climate Future Week concluded on Saturday with a "Countdown to COP28" discussion led by COP28 President-Designate Dr. Sultan bin Ahmed Al Jaber and a speech from Mariam bint Mohammed Almheiri, Minister of Climate Change and the Environment.
An admitted former street gang leader was arrested on Friday on a charge of murder in the Las Vegas shooting of hip-hop star Tupac Shakur nearly three decades ago, a long-unsolved crime that became a defining moment in the history of rap music.
NSYNC, one of the most successful acts of the late 1990s, released their first new music together in 20 years on Friday, a song featuring in animated movie "Trolls Band Together".
Dreaming of taking a tour in a Volkswagen Beetle like in the "Herbie" films, a "Fast and Furious"-style muscle car, or a replica of a "Back to the Future" DeLorean? A French car collector offers just that in a new car museum south of Paris.
British-Irish actor Michael Gambon, best known to global audiences for playing the wise professor Albus Dumbledore in the "Harry Potter" movie franchise and whose career was launched by his mentor Laurence Olivier, died aged 82 on Thursday.
At least nine people have been killed in a fire in a nightclub in Murcia in southeast Spain.
A rubber boat washed up on a beach in Israel on Sunday with no one on board, only what appeared to be the belongings of would-be migrants.
Turkey's interior minister said on Sunday that two "terrorists" carried out a bomb attack in front of the ministry buildings in Ankara, adding one of them died in the explosion and the other was "neutralised" by authorities there.
The US Congress passed a stopgap funding bill late on Saturday with overwhelming Democratic support after Republican House Speaker Kevin McCarthy backed down from an earlier demand by his party's hardliners for a partisan bill.
Eighth seed Veronika Kudermetova claimed her first title of the season and second overall with a 7-5 6-1 win over world number four Jessica Pegula in the Pan Pacific Open final in Tokyo on Sunday.
An athletics official suffered a broken leg and serious bleeding after being hit by a misthrown hammer in the Asian Games in Hangzhou.
Winger Darcy Graham scored four tries as Scotland cruised to an 84-0 bonus-point victory over Romania in their Rugby World Cup Pool B clash on Saturday, setting up a mighty showdown with Ireland.
A hat-trick from England striker Ollie Watkins fired Aston Villa to a sensational 6-1 thrashing of high-flying Brighton and Hove Albion in the Premier League on Saturday.
Torrential rain washed out the warm-up match between hosts India and reigning 50-overs World Cup champions England in Guwahati on Saturday, while the clash between Australia and the Netherlands in Thiruvananthapuram was delayed due to a wet outfield.
Apple on Saturday said it has identified a few issues which can cause new iPhones to run warmer than expected, including a bug in the iOS 17 software which will be fixed in an upcoming update.
The "Swift Effect" will be in full force when the Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs travel to New York on Sunday, as a connection between pop music phenomenon Taylor Swift and NFL tight end Travis Kelce has sent fans into a frenzy.
Apple on Thursday asked the US Supreme Court to strike down an order requiring changes to its App Store rules stemming from an antitrust case brought by "Fortnite" owner Epic Games.
Meta Platforms Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg on Wednesday rolled out new AI products for consumers, including bots that create photo-realistic images and smart glasses that answer questions, as well as an updated virtual-reality headset.
Bomb disposal experts in Singapore successfully disposed of a 100kg World War II aerial bomb on Tuesday, police said, after evacuating more than 4,000 people living nearby.
A NASA space capsule carrying a sample of rocky material from the surface of an asteroid three years ago hurtled toward Earth, headed for a fiery plunge through the atmosphere and a parachute landing in the Utah desert on Sunday.
An unusually well-preserved dinosaur skeleton, a Camptosaurus known as Barry that dates from the late Jurassic period some 150 million years ago, will go under the hammer in Paris next month.
The India Club, a historic London curry house with links to India's freedom struggle, will close its doors for the last time on Sunday after failing to stop a hotel redevelopment plan.
NASA on Thursday said it has named a new director of research into what the government calls "unidentified anomalous phenomenon," or UAP.