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UAE calls for Iran talks with world powers, region
‘Escalation of tensions serves no party’s interest’
UN report finds Jordan, Turkey and UAE violated Libya arms embargo
Jordan, Turkey and the United Arab Emirates have regularly violated the UN arms embargo imposed on Libya since 2011, according to a confidential report by UN experts seen Thursday by AFP.
UAE to allow Israeli tourists next year amid Israel-Arab normalization bids: Report
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is expected to allow tourists holding Israeli passports to take part in the Expo 2020, which the Persian Gulf state’s biggest and most luxurious city of Dubai is going to host for 173 days.
UAE intel. firm recruiting Israeli military's cyber agents with lavish salaries: Reports
Israeli media reports say an Emirati cyber security company has been recruiting graduates of the Israeli military's cyber unit, offering them lavish salaries and properties.
UAE, Saudi changing approach towards Iran: Official
Saudi Arabia and the UAE have changed their approach towards the Islamic Republic, said Chief of Staff of Iranian President Mahmoud Vaezi, adding that the United Arab Emirates has recently made efforts to get in touch with Iran.
UAE has taken steps to resolve dispute with Iran
Chief of Staff of the Presidential Office Mahmoud Vaezi said on Thursday that the United Arab Emirates has taken steps to resolve dispute with Iran, and that Iran always wants friendly relations with the neighboring countries.
Senior UAE official in Tehran on unannounced mission: Report
National Security Adviser of the United Arab Emirates Tahnoun bin Zayed has paid a visit to Tehran on an undisclosed mission meant to defuse tensions in the Persian Gulf, a senior security source in the UAE told London-based news outlet the Middle East Eye (MEE).
UAE follows Saudi suit, joins anti-Iran naval mission in Persian Gulf
Copying Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates joins a US-led naval mission purportedly aimed at protecting shipping lanes in Middle Eastern waterways.
IRGC seizes vessel smuggling fuel to UAE in Persian Gulf
Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) has seized a ship carrying some 250,000 liters of smuggled diesel fuel in the Persian Gulf, detaining all crew members on board.
Yemenis call for boycott of UAE products in protest against aggression, crimes
Yemeni activists and journalists have reportedly launched a boycott campaign of products produced in the United Arab Emirates to protest against the crimes and violations committed by the UAE, a key partner in the Saudi-led coalition of aggression against Yemen.
Saudi Arabia struggles to hold Yemen coalition together as allies face off
Saudi Arabia is struggling to hold together a military coalition fighting Houthis in Yemen after local allies turned on each other in a power struggle that has strained Riyadh’s alliance with its main regional partner, the United Arab Emirates.
UAE-backed militiamen committed some 7,000 rights violations in Yemen in August: Rights group
An independent human rights group says it documented 6,978 cases of grave human rights violations committed by militiamen backed by the United Arab Emirates (UAE) against civilians in the southern Yemeni provinces of Aden, Abyan and Shabwah during the month of August.
UAE firms scout trade at Syria fair, defying US pressure
A delegation of at least 40 businessmen from the United Arab Emirates attended a state-backed trade fair in Syria’s capital, defying US warnings against doing business with the Syrian government.

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