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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.
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.
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.
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.
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
Chef Nobu Matsuhisa is arguably one of the most famous global names associated with high-end, innovative Japanese cuisine.
Decontamination is a requirement for travel to outer space by international space law.
While orbiting Mars, the Emirati ‘Hope’ probe will collect data that may help us understand planet Earth’s changing climate.
The UAE sets its sights on Mars with the Hope probe due to launch this Summer to unlock the secrets of the red planet's puzzling history.
Palm Jumeirah is home to some of Dubai’s most scenic excursions. From Gyrocopter flights that travel 1500 feet into the air, to Aqua Treks that navigate the depths of shark-filled aquariums the options are endless.
FinTech is changing the way we use money and Dubai is leading the way in the region. We delve further into this and what is happening over there.
The ruler of Dubai conducted a campaign of fear and intimidation against his estranged wife and ordered the abduction of two of his daughters, a British judge ruled in documents that were unsealed Thursday.
The Heart of Europe is a plush paradise home to the world's first climate-controlled resort with more than 100,000 corals and marine life and 1,500 year old Andalucian Olive trees
Business Line looks at the impact of Artificial Intelligence and Big Data on the healthcare sector, how the Covid-19 coronavirus is causing ripples on the Chinese stock market and the way India has plugged into the electric vehicle market
From some of the biggest comedy stars in the world to homegrown and local talent, we go behind the scenes of Dubai’s thriving comedy scene.
Marine biologists are growing new coral reef under these houses at The World Islands in Dubai.
It’s one of the smallest aircraft in the world consisting of a tricycle, a propeller and a paragliding wing. Paramotoring is a hair-raising way to experience a breathtaking view of Dubai
Euronews speaks to English footballer, Trever Steven who rose to fame playing for Burnley, Everton, Rangers and Marseilles and won 36 international caps for England including in the 1986 World Cup against Maradona.
From disease prevention and detection to stemming the outbreak of illnesses like the coronavirus. The 45th edition of Arab Health shows how advancements in Artificial Intelligence are transforming healthcare as we know it.
Camel milk has less fat, more vitamins and is easier to digest than cow's milk
Not only is Dubai Creek the emirate’s first major port, but it's also full of historical significance
Almost 90 million air passengers pass through Dubai each year, bringing 5,500 tonnes of plastic. But attitudes are changing.
We chat to Iris Van Herpen, the Dutch fashion visionary regarded as one of the industry’s most forward thinking creators
A round-up of the biggest business and investment stories from around the globe.