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In Isfahan, Iran, within the ancient district of New Julfa, lives an Armenian community. From Ararat supermarket to Ani cafe, everything here is reminiscent of the deep link of Armenians to their homeland.
In case you missed it, Dubai Holding has announced it will build the mother of all malls, the Mall of the World.
The Al Sufouh Tramway is a step in the right direction to alleviate the terrible traffic in Dubai.
Earlier this week the International Solar Car Federation, along with Masdar and ADNOC announced the first Abu Dhabi Challenge solar car race.
The highlight of Abu Dhabi is undoubtedly the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque--notably the small details.
Tomorrow marks the start of the Abu Dhabi Ascent, a two-day high level meeting the UN has called to push forward global action on climate change.
Defined simply, fatteh is a starch slathered with layers of goodness topped with a garnish--in our case, it was bread, hummus, yogurt, minced meat and pine nuts.
The small Armenian-populated town Kessab in north-western Syria found itself in the middle of a battle since the end of March. 99 Years after the Armenian Genocide, the Plight of Syria’s Armenians Stirs Memories of 1915.
Muscat's architecture is stunning thanks to local building codes that require buildings to reflect aspects of Arabian design. Walking along the Corniche is a start.
Dominating the skyline of Abu Dhabi, the 82 domes at the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque soar into the sky.
As you get closer to Liwa, the dunes start to rise and they are layered with stretches of green from the area’s timeless oases.
One example of Abu Dhabi’s rapid development is Al Mayrah Island, which is becoming another booming pocket of commerce and tourism.