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Cult speaks to European artists Paparazzi and The Connor Brothers to talk about their latest exhibitions in Dubai and to find out how they are showcasing work in the new Covid-19 reality.
A Gallup poll of recent years, suggests that only around 15% of the world’s full-time workers are truly engaged.
Homework, or working from home, has taken on a new meaning lately amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The aim was to turn the building into a virtual donation box.
Euronews speaks to renowned Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava, whose Museum of Tomorrow in Rio has been described as one of the best examples of sustainable architecture.
Virtual reality websites are becoming a ticket to cultural experiences for many who are currently self-isolating.
A solar plant in Abu Dhabi is set to be the largest anywhere in the world, with the cheapest prices for solar power.
Euronews' meets up with Chef Reif at his Japanese restaurant, Kushiyaki, to watch him cook a quintessential quarantine dish.
To keep up with global demand for protective equipment (PPE) the World Health Organization has strategically positioned itself to reach two-thirds of the world in a few hours.
During this unique time in history, some stock market analysts believe that the COVID-19 pandemic has the potential to change the investment landscape forever.
Business Line Dubai explores how cargo companies are dealing with the Covid 19 health crisis. The team also finds out how some big brands are adapting their advertising during the pandemic.
‘Staying at home’ and ‘self-isolating’ have become everyday terms in the UAE, whilst Zoom meetings and home workouts have become daily tasks for people in lockdown.
For the first time in its 124-year history, the Olympic Games have been delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The cancellation of sport events due to the novel coronavirus pandemic has affected many athletes worldwide. UAE athlete Yousif Mirza considers himself fortunate to be a cyclist and be able to train at home, almost achieving the full benefits of a regular training.
With long legs, a lean body, and sometimes feathered ears, the Arabian Saluki is not only considered a canine beauty, but also a skillful hunter.
The woody mangroves of Jubail Island in Abu Dhabi have become a hub for biodiversity along the UAE’s coastline.
Al Quoz was once just an industrial estate in the west of the city; now it's the beating heart of Dubai’s art scene, as well as a quirky and beautiful shopping destination.
With an uncle who served as a President of the United States, and a father who ran for office, human rights activist Kerry Kennedy has a unique perspective on the state of politics and a free press in her homeland today.
Flying on water, see if James O'Hagan manages to stay dry in Dubai when he tries out the latest addition to the surfing family: E-foiling
In Focus, Euronews talks to the food producers in the United Arab Emirates using technology to promote sustainable food production
Widespread, and seemingly drastic, actions have been implemented to curb the COVID-19 pandemic in many countries of the Middle East, which has an estimated total of 82,000 confirmed cases and more than 3,600 deaths since early April.
Chef Nobu Matsuhisa is arguably one of the most famous global names associated with high-end, innovative Japanese cuisine.
In the deep waters of Dibba Bay, in the northern emirate of Fujairah, clusters of mollusks hang like lanterns across 100-metre lines.
For decades, 73-year-old Deepak Chopra has extolled the health benefits of spiritual practices.
In some countries of the Middle East and North Africa, a type of stress relief called destruction, or rage therapy, is rising in popularity.
Decontamination is a requirement for travel to outer space by international space law.