Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that his country is working on Tel Aviv flights to Dubai and Abu Dhabi via Saudi airspace.
The Department of Culture and Tourism announced the launch of the first edition of Abu Dhabi Music Week in March 2020 in the Emirati capital.
The sovereign wealth funds of Abu Dhabi and Kuwait plan to invest in the initial public offering (IPO) of Saudi Aramco
Hosny promoted the concert through his official Instagram account, where he uploaded the concert’s poster and commented: “Celebrating New Year in Al-Maryah Island”.
Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al-Nahyan donated on Monday LE 50 million to fund the restoration works of the National Cancer Institute.
Bolton has said that attacks on oil tankers off the coast of the United Arab Emirates this month were the work of “naval mines almost certainly from Iran.”
Tamer Hosny will perform in the opening ceremony of Abu Dhabi 2019 Special Olympics World Summer Games scheduled to kick off on March 14.
The minister called on Iran to abide by the principles of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation.
Mai Ezz el-Din will embody two characters in the series "Princess Beessa".
Prominent Iraqi musician Naseer Shamma gave a lecture on Feb. 25 in Abu Dhabi at the opening of the Cultural Council of Sheikha Khawla bint Ahmed Al-Suwaidi.
U.S. oil production and exports hit all-time highs last week, the Energy Information Administration said on Thursday.
Venezuela's most successful financial operations in recent years have not taken place on Wall Street, but in primitive gold-mining camps in the nation's southern reaches.
The minister stated that meetings with the representatives of certain international companies are scheduled to take place in Cairo to close joint manufacturing deals.
Pope Francis arrived in the United Arab Emirates on Sunday, the first visit by a pontiff to the Arabian Peninsula.
Governor of the Central Bank of Egypt Tarek Amer and former telecommunications minister Atef Helmi attended the first session.
The Abu Dhabi index lost 0.5 percent, hurt by a 1.3 percent slide in First Abu Dhabi Bank and a 8.6 percent plunge in Gulf Pharmaceutical Industries.
The main index was down by 0.1 percent in the first hour of trading, with banks and petrochemical shares falling.
The Saudi Arabian index was up 0.1 percent after an hour of trading, with 11 of 14 petrochemical stocks gaining. Saudi Basic Industries rose 0.5 percent.
The Saudi market fell 0.5 percent, with Saudi Basic Industries down 1.3 percent and Saudi British Bank dropping 1.8 percent.
Presidency Spokesman Bassam Radi Tuesday said Egyptian-UAE relations have been very special since the death of Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan al Nuhayyan.