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  1. Balls Brings a Fresh Take on Italian Street Food to DubaiRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | PR.com

    The Dubai food scene can expect to heat up with the launch of Balls , an exciting new Italian street food experience. Dubai, United Arab Emirates, July 23, 2016 -- -- As the temperature cools later this year, the Dubai food scene can expect to heat up with the launch of Balls, an exciting new Italian street food experience.

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  2. UAE firms score lucrative deals amid sluggish global growthRead the original story

    11 hrs ago | Xinhuanet

    Companies in the United Arab Emirates have scored lucrative deals over the week-long post-Ramadan period, despite the ongoing slump in the oil price and sluggish global economic growth. In a filing to Dubai's stock exchange Dubai Financial Market , local real estate maintenance firm Drake and Scull International said it has won an engineering contract worth 226 million dirhams to help develop Zubair oilfield in southern Iraq.

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  3. Arbitration Article Series I: Rise of ArbitrationRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | JD Supra

    The UAE has rapidly emerged as a leading financial centre, attracting large global investors and businesses. As international developers and contractors continue to invest in construction projects, there has been an increasing trend in the use of arbitration in Dubai.

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  4. Dayco Opens Sales and Support Offices in Serbia and PortugalRead the original story

    Yesterday | Modern Tire Dealer

    Dayco Products LLC is expanding its worldwide reach, most recently with the opening of sales and technical support offices in Belgrade, Serbia, and Lisbon, Portugal. In the last 12 months Dayco also has opened offices in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, and Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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  5. Marsh appoints U.S., Canada president, shuffles execs 11:47 am Marsh...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Business Insurance

    Marsh L.L.C. announced Thursday that Martin South will head its U.S. and Canada business division effective Sept. 1 and that it would realign some of its international units.

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  6. SUSE and HPE Deliver Storage Solution to Help Customers Cost-Effectively Manage Massive Data GrowthRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | PR Log

    Solution includes SUSE Enterprise Storage, powered by Ceph, on HPE storage-optimized Apollo servers and HPE general-purpose ProLiant servers July 22, 2016 - PRLog -- Dubai, United Arab Emirates - SUSEA and HPE are delivering a Scalable Object Storage Solution with SUSE Enterprise Storage, allowing customers to effectively manage their problems of data storage at massive scale. The solution is supported on HPE storage-optimized Apollo servers and HPE general-purpose ProLiant servers.

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  7. The Emirates Academy of Hospitality Management Partners with...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Hospitality Net

    Emirates Academy of Hospitality Management PO Box 29662 Umm Suqeim 3, Street 10c, bld. 69 Dubai, 00971 United Arab Emirates Phone: +971 4 3155555 Fax: +971 4 3155556 Visit Website The Emirates Academy of Hospitality Management , one of the world's leading hospitality management schools and part of Jumeirah Group, recently signed a cooperation agreement with the Hospitality Asset Managers Association of Middle East and Africa .

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  8. (Video) Sheikh Mansour's ChildrenRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Vital Football

    We in the West see very little of Manchester City owner, Sheikh Mansour, however we see even less of his family, especially his children. Sheikh Mansour's Personal Life Sheikh Mansour has two wives and five children.

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  9. Crystal Palace plot loan striker swoop as frustrating summer c...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Daily Star

    The 30-year-old spent the first eight years of his professional career in France, netting 67 goals in 218 games for Rennes, Sedan and Lille. And according to L'Equipe , he could be set for a return to Europe having spent the last year in the United Arab Emirates with Al-Ahli.

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  10. Saudi clerics to issue new ruling on Pokemon GoRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | CTV

    DUBAI, United Arab Emirates -- Saudi Arabia's senior council of clerics says it has not renewed a 2001 religious edict warning against playing Pokemon, and that the new mobile application version of the game "requires a new ruling." The council said on its official Twitter account Thursday it has not yet issued an edict, or fatwa, on the popular newer version of the game, "Pokemon Go," which sees users chase digital critters as they move about the real world.

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  11. Saudi clerics: App version of Pokemon requires new rulingRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Prince George Citizen

    DUBAI, United Arab Emirates - Saudi Arabia's senior council of clerics says it has not renewed a 2001 religious edict warning against playing Pokemon, and that the new mobile application version of the game "requires a new ruling." The council said on its official Twitter account Thursday it has not yet issued an edict, or fatwa, on the popular newer version of the game, "Pokemon Go," which sees users chase digital critters as they move about the real world.

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  12. Could building campuses offshore be the future?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Illawarra Mercury

    At Wollongong University's booming Dubai campus, thousands of students from scores of countries are studying - in English - for undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in business, finance, IT, engineering and media. Operating as an accredited university for just 16 years, UOWD is billed as one of the United Arab Emirates' "oldest and most prestigious universities" - a small sign of the pace of change in the area of transnational education - and of the market value of an Australian degree.

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  13. Yasir fit to torment England againRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Cricketer International

    Misbah-ul-Haq has admitted it was a worrying moment to see his star spinner, Yasir Shah , poleaxed in the nets when he took a blow on the shoulder on Wednesday. Yasir was sent for a precautionary scan but Misbah said he would be "okay" for a match where he is expected to have another significant impact on a ground with a history of helping spinners.

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  14. The Emirates Academy of Hospitality Management Partners with Hama MeaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Hotel Business

    The Emirates Academy of Hospitality Management , a hospitality management school and part of Jumeirah Group, recently signed a cooperation agreement with the Hospitality Asset Managers Association of Middle East and Africa . HAMA is responsible for proactively increasing asset values on behalf of hotel owners worldwide with more than 400 professionals worldwide representing an estimated 5,000 hotels.

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  15. Middle East M&A deals fall 29 per cent to $18.7 billionRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | AME Info

    The value of merger and acquisition transactions with any Middle Eastern involvement fell 29 per cent in the first half of the year when compared to the same period in 2015, according to financial data provider Thomson Reuters. The total value reached $18.7 billion during the period under review making it the slowest first six months for deal making in the region since 2014, Thomson Reuters said in its quarterly investment banking analysis for the region released on Thursday .

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  16. Could building campuses offshore be the future for Australia's universities?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Sydney Morning Herald

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  17. INTERSCHALT Expands South American NetworkRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Marine News

    INTERSCHALT maritime systems GmbH, a provider of services for communications, navigation and bridge equipment and the maker of voyage data recorder systems, has expanded its service network in South America through the addition of ITEC Electronica Maritima S.A.S, Colombia, and Telnav Telecomunicacoes Navais, Maca, Brazil. As authorized service partners, ITEC and Telnav Telecom will from now on perform the installation, commissioning, retrofitting and maintenance of INTERSCHALT VDR systems as well as conduct annual VDR performance tests in accordance with IMO regulations.

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  18. Designer upbeat on condosRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Bangkok Post

    Bangkok-based Design Worldwide Partnership is bullish about this year's revenue prospects, driven by a large number of new condo projects set to be launched in the second half. According to business development director Tinnapat Kaewmueang, many condo projects are in the pipeline after most developers focused on transferring and selling units at completed projects in the first half.

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  19. Ooredoo announces winners of 12th week of Its prepaid campaignRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Al Bawaba

    ... work. Hill & Knowlton Dubai Al Safina Building 3rd Floor, Office 312 Oud Metha Road PO Box 50653 Dubai, United Arab Emirates

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  20. Once again, fire races up a skyscraper in high-rise DubaiRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 20 | Yahoo!

    A residential skyscraper caught fire in Dubai's densely populated Marina district on Wednesday, sending thick plumes of smoke into the air and burning chunks of the building tumbling to the streets below. It was the latest in a string of dramatic infernos that have raced up the sides of skyscrapers in and around the Mideast's commercial hub, which is home to the world's tallest tower, the Burj Khalifa.

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