If you don't like heights then you will loathe this video of a man drinking coffee on a balcony, on a very tall building above the clouds.
Tara Hanlon was arrested after authorities stopped her from flying to Dubai with vacuum-sealed bundles of cash in five checked suitcases.
The cloud seeding efforts, which use electrical charges to prompt rainfall, contributed to stormy weather rarely seen in the United Arab Emirates.
Authorities said the ship was carrying containers full of unspecified "flammable materials."
Ayajouni, based in Dubai, claims she went 28 years before discovering this method, which she's now sharing with the world.
Essential Quality has remained undefeated and is listed as the favorite to win the 147th Kentucky Derby.
Essential Quality, owned by Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, might not make it out of the gate at Saturday's Kentucky Derby after renewed allegations that the ruler of Dubai, the horse's owner, abducted his own daughter.
The next U.S. administration should use the historic convergence of interests between Israel and the Arab-majority states to help place the region on a much stronger footing and greatly enhance the U.S.' economic and security interests for the long term.
A plane carrying 191 passengers from Dubai to Kozhikode overshot the runway at the Calicut International Airport on Friday during heavy rainfall and crashed into a valley.
The site was an important center for the production of metal in ancient times.
In Dubai, the punishment for being gay is up to 10 years in prison.
Sheikha Latifa, daughter of Dubai ruler Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, was seen in new photos after being allegedly captured an attempt to flee the UAE in February.
Images posted to social media show the extent of tears, cracks and dents on the underside of Air India flight IX 611.
"I am shocked and excited to be returning home to England and that this nightmare is coming to an end," Ellie Holman said after her release Saturday.
"My little girl had to go to the toilet on the cell floor," Ellie Holman said.
The man caught the attention of "every" traffic camera along Dubai's well-known Sheikh Zayed road, as he blew past at speeds nearly reaching 150 mph.
The documents "shed light on how much taxpayers are paying for trips taken by the heads of the president's private business empire," the watchdog stated.
"No matter what anyone says, he's still the president."
Owner Mike Ashley wants to sell after 10 years in charge.
The Emiratis have a mind-boggling plan for an interplanetary police mission.