Sepp Blatter has said that the events in the run-up to his re-election as FIFA president "do not smell right" and he was the victim of "hate" on the part of European soccer's governing body UEFA.
Turkey is among the nine countries where the US is considering expanding airline preclearance operations, said the Department of Homeland Security on Friday.
Other countries where the department said it was entering negotiations t
The Saudi Food and Drug Authority (SFDA) has temporarily banned the import of poultry meat, eggs, their products and equipment from five regions in the US, due to the spread of severe bird flu disease, according to a report.
A raft of banks could face tough questions in the sweeping US crackdown on alleged corruption in global soccer as prosecutors review how much they knew about millions of dollars in bribes flowing through the US banking system to accounts around
Crude futures rose about one per cent on Friday after American inventories fell for a fourth straight week although prices are set for a weekly drop on a stronger dollar.
Oil saw steep falls earlier this week as a resurgent dollar
Abu Dhabi’s tourism industry is embarking on a four-day, three-city roadshow in North America next week as it looks to build on increasing inbound tourism from the continent.
Led by Abu Dhabi Tourism & Culture Authority
The US on Wednesday commended Saudi Arabia for imposing sanctions on two senior officials of the Iranian-backed Hezbollah group in Lebanon and designating them as terrorists.
The US designated the two officials, Khalil Youssef Har
Etihad Airways, the national airline of the UAE, will contribute $2.9 billion to the US economy and support 23,400 American jobs this year, a new research by the global consultancy Oxford Economics revealed.
The study, commissione
Islamic State poured more fighters into Ramadi as security forces and Shi'ite paramilitaries prepared to try to retake the Iraqi city, while Washington scrambled on Monday to reassure Baghdad after a US official's sharp criticism of Iraq
Crude oil prices were broadly unchanged in early trading on Tuesday, as firm demand supported and ample supply dragged, but analysts said there were signs that a recent rally was running out of steam.
Robust demand in Asia as well