Gulf state unveils ambitious new initiative spearheading international efforts to ‘make this dream a reality’
Areas of the Gulf country reported 10cm (four inches) of snow and 80km (50 mile) winds during the weekend’s unprecedented cold snap
Suspect was shot by soldiers at the entrance to the art gallery after attacking one with a machete
Emirate's Rashid Center for the Disabled being investigated for not seeking formal approval for US star's appearance
Woman, 62, allegedly changed her name by deed poll in order to secure a loan against the value of a house she did not own
From cheap restaurants to bars where you won’t have to pay a penny
Woman is now in prison awaiting sentencing in strictly conservative country, where laws discriminate against women and migrants
Oil-rich emirate to build aviation super-hub as it bids to become the industry's global leader
"It’s petrifying out here alone but I have to stay strong."
Foreign Office also accused of failing to do enough to help women after alleged victim detained on suspicion of having ‘extramarital sex’, an offence under sharia law
Incidences like this are not uncommon in the glitzy Gulf, which wants you to think it's more liberal than it is. South African national Roxanne Hillier was jailed for seven months after it was alleged she spent time alone with her male employer – even after medical reports showed they hadn't had sex
'Terrified' woman remains trapped in country after authorities seized her passport
An equation has been used to determine the planet's most attractive waterfronts - with some surprising results
Sheikh Mohammed donated 90 tonnes of emergency supplies in the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew
The country is already home to the highest skyscraper, the Burj Khalifa, which stands at 829.8 metres (2,722 feet) high
Indian businessman Balwinder Sahani paid 33 million dirhams ($9 million) for a Dubai license plate for one of his Rolls Royces.