Posting negative images or rumours about the recent flooding in the United Arab Emirates could be punished under the country's cybercrime laws
Al-Hroub grew up in refugee camp and teaches children about non-violence
The event managed to pull in an impressive selection of top international authors… and me
President Trump would end up facing off against Isis, says a member of Dubai's top brass
The structure will cover 8 million sq. feet
Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum, described his desire for 'a young and flexible government' that would, he said, fulfil 'our youth’s aspirations and achieve our people’s ambitions'
World View: Oil-rich Abu Dhabi's crackdown on dissent has proved somewhat uncomfortable for Dubai’s efforts to locate itself as a tourism and business hub with a reputation for tolerance
The building is set to be 5,577ft tall and play host to 55,000 people
Flames begun to engulf one of Dubai's tallest buildings yesterday night
'From here investigation begins'
'It was pretty much people shoving each other down the stairs and climbing over each other'
Dubai's astonishing growth is fuelled by investors fixated upon building a Middle East Manhattan on a scruffy patch of desert
Gay sex is punishable by death under the United Arab Emirate’s Federal Penal Code
'My Vegas trips are three days of absolute carnage'
The UAE-commissioned report was negative about the 2011 push for democratic reform, blaming it for a 'sharp deterioration in the region'
Disappearance comes after presidential hopeful's comments on Muslims entering the US