The UAE's Minister of Human Resources and Emiratisation has warned of tough action against companies violating the rules related to hiring Emiratis.
Watch out for rolling road closures in Abu Dhabi's Yas Island on Saturday as part of the World Triathlon Championship.
Heavy vehicles and buses transporting workers will be banned from entering Abu Dhabi Island from November 30 to December 4.
Burj Khalifa is set to conduct its annual fire and evacuation drill to assess preparations for New Year's Eve celebrations.
Twenty years after she put out her album "This Is Me... Then", singer and actor Jennifer Lopez announced on Friday a follow-up "This Is Me... Now", to be released next year.
Adidas said it has launched an investigation into allegations of inappropriate behaviour by Kanye West, after the German sporting goods maker last month ended its partnership with the rapper and fashion designer.
Jin, the oldest member of the K-pop band BTS, will begin his mandatory military service on December 13, South Korean newspaper Aju Business Daily reported on Thursday, citing unnamed military authorities.
Award winning music producer and composer Hans Zimmer is bringing his new breathtaking European tour 'Hans Zimmer Live' to Dubai in January 2023.
Rare protests broke out in China’s far western Xinjiang region, with crowds shouting at hazmat-suited guards after a deadly fire triggered anger over their prolonged COVID-19 lockdown as nationwide infections set another record.
Hundreds of Indonesians prayed out in the open next to rice paddies and in the streets on Friday, as the death toll from an earthquake that flattened their town in western Java rose to 310.
NASA's uncrewed Orion spacecraft - equipped with 16 cameras on its exterior and interior— has released new images of the moon's surface.
Frustration simmered on Friday among residents and business groups in China navigating stricter COVID-19 control curbs as the country reported another record high of daily infections just weeks after hopes had been raised of easing measures.
Australia beat Tunisia 1-0 at the Al Janoub Stadium on Saturday to register their first World Cup victory in 12 years as they provisionally moved up to second in Group D behind reigning champions France.
The US men's national team tied England 0-0 in Group B play at the World Cup in Al Khor, Qatar on Friday.
Qatar became the first team to be eliminated from the World Cup on Friday after Group A rivals the Netherlands and Ecuador drew 1-1.
Senegal secured a 3-1 victory over hosts Qatar in their World Cup Group A clash at Al Thumama Stadium on Friday.
Iran scored twice in the final moments of stoppage time to keep alive their hopes of reaching the World Cup knockout stages for the first time with a thrilling last-gasp victory over a stunned 10-man Wales.
Amazon will shut down a food-delivery business it was testing in India, the e-commerce giant said on Friday.
Workers at Amazon sites across the globe, including in the United States, Germany and France, were expected to go on strike on Black Friday, targeting the online retailer on one of the busiest shopping days of the year with calls for better pay.
The Federal District-based consumer protection regulator in Brazil has seized hundreds of iPhones from retail stores across the country.
Tesla Inc is recalling more than 80,000 China-made and imported cars produced from as early as 2013, for software and seat belt issues, a statement by the Chinese market regulator revealed on Friday.
U.S. President Joe Biden, wearing his trademark aviator sunglasses, pardoned two turkeys from North Carolina named Chocolate and Chip on Monday, sparing them from Thanksgiving dinner tables.
Humans are on course to live and work on the moon for "durations" by 2030, a NASA official has said.
Steve Jobs' "well-used" pair of Birkenstocks sold for nearly $220,000 (AED 808,056), the highest price ever paid for a pair of sandals, according to an auction house.
The Green Planet Dubai, a tropical rainforest home to over 3,000 plants and animals across four indoor rainforest levels, has welcomed two young sloth sisters.
Quadloop, a Nigerian-based company, has found a way to turn electronic waste into solar lanterns and other products which will have a lower impact on the environment.