The front pages of today's UAE newspapers have published mixed stories ranging from national to international issues. Khaleej Times reported the government is mulling new welfare plans for expats and an unemployment insurance scheme for UAE nationals. The announcement comes...
Tuesday's papers reflect on the unfortunate death of two promising UAE footballers who died in two separate tragic road accidents within the last 48 hours, leaving the public and football fans in a complete state of shock. Gulf News said...
The surprisingly low turnout of 24 September FNC elections has got the newspapers talking. Gulf News' reported that many observers blame the lack of electoral culture among a large segment of citizens. Limited mandate of the FNC, lack of publicity...
The historic FNC elections dominate Emirati newspapers today with front pages adorned with photographs of people casting their votes. Both Gulf News and Khaleej Times have published a photograph of UAE Vice President Sheikh Mohammed casting his symbolic vote...
Today is an important day in the political history of the United Arab Emirates as around 130,000 Emiratis, 30 per cent of the population, will visit 13 polling stations across the country to cast their votes for 20 Federal...
Emirati newspapers unanimously carried the statement of UAE Vice President Sheikh Mohammad in which he called on voters to elect good and competent candidates in a civilised and democratic manner. Gulf News called the polls a 'new chapter' in UAE...
Sheikh Khalifa's call to vote in the FNC elections makes several front pages. Gulf News published an exclusive report which included part of the UAE president's message to 129,000 Emirati men and women who will vote on Saturday to choose...
Palestine UN statehood bid and the looming tension is the main story for the papers. Khaleej Times carries a photograph of Palestinian schoolchildren holding a poster of President Mahmoud Abbas at a rally in occupied West Bank town of Tulkarem....
Monday's UAE papers are quite diverse with their front page news items. Gulf News says Palestine bid is a test for Obama as the US is lobbying support from undecided Security Council members. The paper adds that the US president...
Heavy fighting in Libya and floods in Pakistan dominate the front pages of The National and Khaleej Times with big photographs of the affected people wading through knee-deep waters taking centre stage. Gulf News, however, has published a 5-column...
The papers on Saturday are dominated by the news from Libya where Gaddafi loyalists are putting on a stiff resistance. The National carried a large 5 column photograph that shows rebels carrying an injured fighter away from the battle...
A photograph of Dubai ruler Sheikh Mohammad honouring the RTA chairman on successful completion of city's Metro Green Line has featured on the main pages of today's Gulf News and Khaleej Times. The National has published a snap of...
A photograph of the President Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan receiving rulers as well as top ranking officials of the UAE features on the main pages of Khaleej Times as well as Gulf News. The National, however, has...
The front pages of today's Khaleej Times and Gulf News are dominated by a picture of former US President George W. Bush and current US President Barack Obama standing with their wives at the memorial at Ground Zero for...
The UAE newspapers widely commemorated the 10-year anniversary of the terror attacks on the US which occurred on 11 September 2001. The front page of The National on Sunday carries an image of two Black American women sobbing just moments...
UAE newspaper front pages are dominated by the opening of Dubai Metro Green Line which has been accepted in the Guinness Book of World Records as the world's longest automatic monorail project. "Metro makes a world mark" says Gulf News...
FNC poll registration ends as women, young persons dash to get registered as candidates Today's front pages of leading Emirati newspapers are dominated by the electoral activity as registration process came to an end on Wednesday. Gulf News published the photograph...