Located in the dust belt, the Arabian Peninsula is a major source of atmospheric dust. Frequent dust outbreaks and some 15 to 20 dust storms per year have profound effects on all aspects of human activity and natural processes in this region.
SatNews Publishers Here's Looking @ Earth—Aerosol Activity (Imagery) SatNews Publishers In the center of the map, dust from the Sahara and Thar deserts, the Arabian Peninsula, and the Horn of Africa shroud parts of the Middle East and North Africa,...
The National Latest exhibition by Dubai-based painter was inspired by endangered animals The National The stack of canvases building up in Matt Ryder's studio at home in The Springs, Dubai seem at first to be simply covered in contoured black paint.
The National Modern Arab historians should be given a wider audience The National Hatoon Al-Fassi's work on the history of women in the Arabian Peninsula is important. Her book Women in Pre-Islamic Arabia: Nabataea was published in English.
NEW YORK—Marking the latest and most ambitious attempt to bring stability to the region, the United Nations announced Wednesday that every single person in the Middle East will receive his or her own sovereign nation as part of a historic 317,000,00...
The National The cast of Al Ikhwa talks about their filming experience in Abu Dhabi The National Hollywood and Bollywood are not the only places taking advantage of Abu Dhabi's prime locations and 30 per cent production rebate.
The National Dubai International Airport on track to be the world's busiest by early 2015 The National Heathrow beat Dubai International to retain its position as the world's biggest airport for international traffic in the first half of this year.
3 green reasons why the UAE should be on your travel bucket list Green Prophet The United Arab Emirates has now become a very popular holiday destination, boasting dry, hot weather for much of the year.
In Qatar, the summers are long and hot. From April through October, the average high hovers between 90 and 104 degrees Fahrenheit, and there's hardly ever a drop of rain. To meet the needs of a rapidly growing population, ...
By 2010 --the year Dubai's known oil reserves will most likely be tapped out--, prince Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum is expecting to attract 15 million tourists. Here's how. (future dubai, indoor ski dubai, hydropolis dubai)