Dubai-based airline Emirates is expecting an increase in the usual passenger traffic during the long weekend and Eid holiday.
A total 612 people in the UAE are applying for political asylum with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR).
The Abu Dhabi Police has busted a car scam syndicate with the arrest of the criminal gang’s 54 members, who allegedly defrauded investors of up to Dh1.3 billion.
Three Asians were arrested in Dubai for making a fake UAE residence visa.
Dubai named 4th most ‘hashtagged’ city in the world
A recent report from Hashtag the World has ranked Dubai as the world’s 4th most hashtagged city on Instagram last year.
New York City was ranked in at first place with over 68 million posts, with London, Paris and Istanbul making it to the top 5, Gulf News reported.
The report said that more than 47 million posts included Dubai on the photo-sharing platform in 2016.
The study was created based on a study that ranked the world’s 30 most hashtagged cities during the last year, to have an in-depth understanding of the consistent growth of Instagram and hashtags in the travel industry.
The report also shows that Los Angeles, Tokyo, Las Vegas, San Diego, Rome, Atlanta, and Rio de Janeiro have experienced an annual growth of over 100 per cent in terms of hashtag usage.
A creative community leveraging the power of visual storytelling, Instagram has now become the most preferred alternative for people to share their positive experiences.
Doctors are hoping that a law allowing transplants of organs from dead people will be implemented next month in the UAE.
Why do we need to keep replacing our slogans?
At least 100 members of the Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters (BIFF) stormed an elementary school in North Cotabato Wednesday morning and took some students hostage, according to the military and local police.
Three men in California have been charged with theft for selling boxes of avocados from the company they work for and selling them to customers at a lower price.
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