Plans have been unveiled for the Abrahamic Family House, a sprawling interfaith complex in the United Arab Emirates' capital city. "There has never been a building that has the three faiths in one form," said architect David Adjaye.
Ahmed Mansoor was part of a Human Rights Watch Advisory Committee.
A member of the country's General Civil Aviation Authority was summoned to "clarify" a viral video the agency posted of its new "happiness executive"—an 8-month-old baby.
The Emiratis have a mind-boggling plan for an interplanetary police mission.
The U.A.E. has a standing ban on Israeli symbols at the Judo Grand Slam competition in Abu Dhabi.
The court cleared the Egyptian man on a separate charge of cross-dressing.
UAE's Minister of Foreign Affairs said Trump's denial of Islamophobia is evidence enough.
Writing for Newsweek, André Borschberg and Bertrand Piccard reflect on their journey.
The auction bid for the number 1 license plate was 18 times the reserve price.
A Champions League exit has put Laurent Blanc under pressure.
He was refused entry after criticizing migrant worker policies in Abu Dhabi, raising questions about academic freedom
The club have faced criticism after removing the cross from their club crest
One side of the bill read, "No Sustainable Cultural Value," above a sketch of the Frank Gehry-designed Guggenheim soon to be built in Abu Dhabi