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UAE Islamists convicted for plotting government coup

Fifty-six of the suspects were jailed for between three and 10 years, while eight were sentenced in absentia to 15 years in prison.

Japan, UAE sign nuclear cooperation agreement

"Japan can contribute to UAE energy supplies by means of nuclear energy conservation and renewable energy," Abe said in Japanese, according to Agence France-Presse.

W Motors Lykan Hypersport is Middle East’s first supercar (VIDEO)

The Lykan Hypersport, designed by United Arab Emirates-based W Motors, can go from zero to 60 miles per hour in just 2.8 seconds and has a top speed of 245 miles per hour.

UAE opens pipeline that bypasses Strait of Hormuz

With the ability handle 1.5 million barrles of crude a day, the pipeline gives the UAE direct access to the Indian Ocean.

US sends F-22 Raptors to base near Iran, sources say

“The F-22 is unlike any other fighter in the world and our friends and potential adversaries know it,” an aviation industry executive told Aviation Week.

Dubai: abandoned $1 million Ferrari Enzo evades the grasp of eager buyers

The owner racked up thousands of dollars in unpaid parking fees before fleeing the country after the economic crash of 2009
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The new Ferrari Enzo is revealed at the Sydney International Motor Show on October 17, 2002 in Sydney, Australia. The Enzo is modelled on Ferrari's F1 race cars and is the fastest production car in the world. (Cameron J Spencer/AFP/Getty Images)
The Ferrari Enzo is one of the most expensive and fastest cars ever produced by the luxury Italian carmaker. Made of carbonbfiber, its top speed is 350 km/h, or 217 mph. Only 400 Enzos were made, but at least three have run into bad luck.

Virgin Galactic selects Abu Dhabi for second spaceport

The selection is not a huge surprise; the investment arm of the government of Abu Dhabi owns a 37.8 percent stake in Virgin Galactic.

US plans sale of bombs to UAE: reports

The United States has drafted plans to sell "bunker-buster" bombs to the United Arab Emirates, the Wall Street Journal reported.

Abu Dhabi looks to kick the oil habit

ABU DHABI — Abu Dhabi 2030 is a master plan that sees the city reborn as a dynamic financial center, with clean energy and tourism vying for top billing in the national economy.
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