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  1. A women are seen in front of the Dubai airline Emirates office, at Tunis-Carthage International Air

    UAE has information Tunisian women may commit 'terrorist acts', Tunisia says

    The United Arab Emirates has information that Tunisian women or women travelling on Tunisian passports might commit "terrorist acts" in the Gulf ...
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    Emirates stops flying to Tunisia in row over ban on Tunisian women

  3. FILE PHOTO: Egypt's former PM Shafik speaks during an interview in Abu Dhabi

    Ex premier's whereabouts unknown after return to Egypt - family

    The family of former Egyptian prime minister Ahmed Shafik said on Sunday it had not heard from him since he was deported from the United Arab ...
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    Lingard double earns Man Utd victory at Emirates fortress

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    AFC to maintain ACL format despite Gulf crisis

  6. Flydubai and Emirates Chairman Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed al-Maktoum shakes hands with Boeing Commercia

    Plane deals help Emirates, flydubai bridge fleet gap

    Emirates and flydubai have laid the groundwork for the next phase of Dubai's aviation project with orders for US$40 billion of jets that will ...
  7. Sir Tim Clark, President of Emirates Airlines, gestures during a news conference at the Dubai Air S

    Dubai pressures Airbus as A380 order hopes fizzle

    Dubai wants a guarantee that Airbus will keep production of the A380 superjumbo open for at least 10 years before state-owned Emirates places a ...
  8. Lockheed Martin's logo is seen during Japan Aerospace 2016 air show in Tokyo

    UAE agrees US$1.6 billion deal with Lockheed Martin to upgrade F-16 fighters

    The United Arab Emirates will pay Lockheed Martin Corp 6 billion dirhams (US$1.63 billion) to upgrade 80 F-16 jet fighters, a Defense Ministry ...
  9. FILE PHOTO: The Boeing Company logo is projected on a wall at the "What's Next?" con

    Emirates places provisional order for 40 Boeing 787-10

    Dubai's Emirates unveiled a provisional order for 40 Boeing 787-10 jetliners, worth US$12.5 billion at list prices, at the Dubai Airshow on Sunday.