Landmarks across the UAE, as well as the Nasdaq billboard in New York’s Times Square, will light up in yellow from this evening.
No COVID-19-related deaths have been reported in the UAE in the past 24 hours.
The iconic Red Arrows are all set for a flying visit to the UAE next month.
Abu Dhabi Police are conducting a two-day drill in the Barakah Plant area, involving sirens and military vehicles.
Firefighters managed to contain a massive blaze that broke out in an auto market in Dubai's Ras Al Khor area within 44 minutes on Tuesday.
Expo 2020 Dubai's Mobility pavilion is set to take visitors on a journey through space and time, helping understand the UAE's pivotal role in advancing mobility and its various projects.
Abu Dhabi’s Environment Agency is seeking feedback from the community to help them appropriately regulate recreational fishing.
Dubai government employees will be granted paid leave of up to six days to enable them and their families to visit the mega event.
Emirates Airline will resume services to London Gatwick Airport (LGW) from December 10.
More flight options have opened up between Dubai and Poland.
Instagram is pausing work on a version for children younger than 13, called 'Instagram Kids', the photo sharing app said on Monday.
Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) has completed the bookbuild and public subscription process for the initial public offering (IPO) of ADNOC Drilling Company PJSC.
Emma Raducanu's outfit from her victorious US Open campaign will be displayed at the Tennis Hall of Fame after the 18-year-old became the first qualifier to win a Grand Slam.
England captain Joe Root hailed Moeen Ali as a role model and said he would be a huge loss to the Test side after the all-rounder announced his decision to quit the longest format of the game.
It took nothing less than a US Ryder Cup win to bring a truce to golf's biggest feud on Sunday as Bryson DeChambeau and Brooks Koepka celebrated the victory over Europe with a hug while their teammates belted out the 1970s hit, "Why Can't We Be Friends?"
SunRisers Hyderabad (SRH) won against Rajasthan Royals (RR) with seven wickets remaining on Monday.
About 25 people were taken to hospital after an explosion damaged a residential building in the Swedish city of Gothenburg early on Tuesday, public service radio SR reported.
India's drug regulator on Tuesday allowed vaccine maker Serum Institute to enrol children aged 7-11 years for its COVID-19 vaccine trial as the country prepares to protect kids from the coronavirus.
North Korea fired a missile towards the sea off its east coast on Tuesday, South Korea's military said, as Pyongyang called on the United States and South Korea to scrap their "double standards" on weapons programmes to restart talks.
A mixture of relief and disbelief greeted the guilty verdict on Monday in the trial of singer R. Kelly, the most high-profile musician brought down in the #MeToo era.
South Korean boy band BTS plans to hold live concerts in Los Angeles in November for the first time since the coronavirus outbreak, the band's management said on Tuesday.
The Rolling Stones kicked off the US leg of their "No Filter" tour with a video tribute to their late drummer Charlie Watts.
Musical "Moulin Rouge!" won the top honours at Broadway's Tony Awards on Sunday in a four-hour ceremony that promoted the return of live theatre and called for better opportunities for Black writers and performers.
Global Village has been recognised as the 'Best Family Attraction in Middle East' at The International Travel Awards 2021.
Daniel Craig thought he had wrapped up his tenure as James Bond with "Spectre", but the actor says his final fifth outing as the British secret agent in "No Time To Die" allowed him to fully complete his 007 journey.