ARAB INVESTMENT CONFERENCE IN BEIRUT
Lebanese Prime Minister Rafic Hariri, left, honors Crown Prince of Dubai and UAE Defense Minister Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid al Maktoum (right) and offers him an award at the opening session of the 10th Arab Investment and Capital markets Conference in Beirut Thursday morning June 24, 2004. The two-day conference attracted nearly 1,000 participants, including former Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad. (UPI Photo/Mohammed Tawil)
Wrap-up of thoroughbred stakes action.
Sheikh Hamdan Bin-Mohammed Bin-Rashid Al Maktoum, son of the ruler of Dubai in the United Arab Emirates, was named crown prince Friday.
Private-equity firm Dubai International Capital LLC said Monday it bought a "substantial" stake in Sony Corp.
China said it is ready to boost cooperation with the United Arab Emirates in the oil and gas sectors.
Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum, the ruler of Dubai, has announced that he will give $10 billion to help raise his nation's standards of education. In what has been labeled as one of the world's most generous donations, the Dubai ruler recently said
The United Arab Emirates is planning to give out $9 million to former child camel jockeys who had been employed in the country.
Eight horses owned by Sheik Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum, the ruler of Dubai in the United Arab Emirates, have been scheduled to run in Louisville, Ky. The horses, including a 3-year-old named Bernardini that has won six consecutive races, compete Satur
A South Carolina law firm has filed a class-action lawsuit accusing several Arab sheikhs of being involved in enslaving boys to be camel jockeys.
Grammy winner Dallas Austin made his first appearance in his hometown of Austell, Ga., after getting a pardon on Middle East drug charges.
A nameless, unraced Florida-born colt has brought a record $16 million in a hectic auction at Calder Race Course in Miami Gardens.
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