A bus from Oman has smashed into a warning sign coming off a major highway in Dubai, killing 17 people, authorities said.
Three Britons have died after a UK-registered light aircraft crashed in Dubai, authorities said.
Israel will participate in next year’s World Expo hosted by the United Arab Emirates, in another sign of warming relations with Gulf Arab states.
Regular flights between Scotland and the UAE will step up a gear with the introduction of the Airbus A380.
A mother held in Dubai over Facebook posts in which she called her ex-husband’s new wife a “horse” has said she had given up hope and “wanted to die”.
A mother held in Dubai over Facebook posts calling her ex-husband’s wife a “horse” has returned to Britain after being freed from “the most horrendous” ordeal.
A British woman held in Dubai over Facebook posts calling her ex-husband’s wife a “horse” has described her ordeal as “the most horrendous period of my life”.
Emirates has marked 15 years since arriving in Glasgow, just a week before starting a new service with an A380 aircraft.
Dubai police urged a woman who complained that a British mother called her a “horse” on Facebook to drop the case, it has been claimed.
A British woman is facing two years in jail in Dubai for allegedly using disparaging language about her ex-husband’s new wife on Facebook, campaigners have claimed.
Dubai’s government has forcefully denied a claim by R&B singer R Kelly that he had planned concerts there.
Lewis wants Aberdeen to keep building squad and end window with Scotland internationals still at Pittodrie
Keeper Joe Lewis is convinced boss Derek McInnes is building an Aberdeen squad that can deliver glory.
Spending a week in Dubai clearly does the Dons the world of good after a gruelling first half to the season.
Dons boss Derek McInnes today insisted he is working on the basis Gary Mackay-Steven will be at Pittodrie beyond the transfer window.
Sean Wallace’s Dubai diary: Youngsters would love Aberdeen to hold open training sessions closer to home
Aberdeen held an open training session at the Jebel Ali Centre of Excellence yesterday morning.
Aberdeen’s annual winter break trip to Dubai continues today with a match against a local side. Derek McInnes’ men will line up against Dibba Al-Hisn, a second-tier Emirati side, at 2pm UK time. Sean Wallace, of the Evening Express, and the P&J’s Jamie Durent, will bring you all the news throughout the day.
Teenage midfielder Lewis Ferguson is loving life at Aberdeen so much he is open to signing an extended contract.
Dons boss Derek McInnes confirmed today he will use the remaining time in Dubai to try to convince skipper Graeme Shinnie to sign a new contract.
Aberdeen are on their annual winter break trip to Dubai. The public have been given access to watch the Dons in training. Sean Wallace and Jamie Durent are in the United Arab Emirates with the team and will be keeping fans in the north-east up to date with all the news from the Dons’ camp.
Returning on-loan defender Tommie Hoban hopes to use Dubai to return from a six-month injury lay-off to face Stenhousemuir.
Another transfer window, and Dons boss Derek McInnes expects more interest and potential bids for Scotland international Scott McKenna.
Aberdeen’s training camp in Dubai continued today with open training session for ex-pat Dandies in the Middle East. Footage shows the players going through drills and practice games, as well as mingling with fans, young and old.
Boss Derek McInnes was today confident Gary Mackay-Steven will be at Aberdeen for at least the rest of the season.
With Aberdeen two days in to their training camp in Dubai, Sean Wallace and Jamie Durent reflect on Gary Mackay-Steven's choice between staying in Aberdeen or moving to New York.
Aberdeen continued their warm weather training camp at the Jebel Ali Centre of Excellence today. Here are more images from the Dons’ training in the Middle East.
Aberdeen are in Dubai during the Premiership’s winter shutdown, where they are training at the Jebel Ali Centre of Excellence. Reporters Sean Wallace and Jamie Durent give those still in the north-east a look at the facilities.
After two cancelled flights, a drone at Heathrow and a lack of busses to take us off the tarmac, myself and Press and Journal colleague Jamie Durent finally arrived in Dubai – 26 hours late.
Aberdeen are well into their Dubai training camp. These pictures from this morning’s session show Derek McInnes and his staff putting the Dons through their paces.
Aberdeen’s annual winter break trip to Dubai continues today with more warm weather training sessions. Sean Wallace and Jamie Durent are in the United Arab Emirates with the team and will be keeping fans in the north-east up to date with all the news from the Dons’ camp.
Stoke City today confirmed they have opened discussions with Luton Town's Nathan Jones over their vacant managerial position.