June 16, 1990 |
West Germany easily qualified for the second round of the World Cup Friday, beating the United Arab Emirates 5-1. Rudi Voeller's two goals sparked a persistent attack, as the West Germans showed in a 4-1 victory over Yugoslavia in their first game. He and fellow striker Juergen Klinsmann scored late in the first half before K.I. Mubarak scored a surprise goal at the start of the second half, the United Arab Emirates' first-ever goal in the World Cup.
October 3, 1991 |
The parent company of the Carl's Jr. fast-food restaurant chain said Wednesday that it will open its first Middle Eastern outlets in four countries. Carl Karcher Enterprises Inc. said Dariah Management Services Co. has been licensed to open Carl's Jr. restaurants in the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Egypt. Dariah, based in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, is one of the largest privately owned catering firms in the Middle East. The first Carl's Jr.
June 10, 1990 |
Colombia struggled for the first half before coming through with South American flair and superb goals by Bernardo Redin and Carlos Valderrama on Saturday to beat the United Arab Emirates, 2-0, in a World Cup first-round game in Group D. Redin ended Colombia's frustration in the 50th minute when he headed home a pinpoint pass from Leonel Alvarez following one of the first smooth Colombian moves in the game.
June 6, 2008 |
Iraqi officials are hoping for a new era in the country's relations with Arab neighbors following the United Arab Emirates' pledge Thursday to send the first Arab ambassador to Iraq since the 2003 U.S.-led invasion. Sheik Abdullah ibn Zayed al Nuhayyan, the UAE's foreign minister, said here that he hoped to establish a full embassy "in the next few days."
November 29, 1989 |
OPEC managed Tuesday to agree to an oil production ceiling for the first half of 1990, but the specter of cheating on the quotas arose immediately as the United Arab Emirates announced that it would do as it pleased. The 13 members of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries announced after six days of talks that a production limit of 22 million barrels of crude a day would be imposed starting Jan. 1.
August 2, 2010 |
Citing concerns that terrorists and criminals could exploit telecommunications traffic in the Arab world's financial hub, the United Arab Emirates said Sunday that it would suspend e-mail and Web browsing on BlackBerry services beginning in October. Shortly after the UAE's announcement, media reports quoted officials in Saudi Arabia as saying the kingdom would take similar steps to restrict features on the popular BlackBerry smartphones. The decisions could affect up to 1 million BlackBerry users in the region and possibly upset networking for businesspeople and tourists.
September 20, 1992 |
The United Arab Emirates has promised $5 million to help the victims of Hurricane Andrew, the American Red Cross said Friday.
April 17, 1993 |
John Hill, 59, of Britain was killed when his power boat flipped during a World Formula One event in Abu Dhabi, the United Arab Emirates.
January 7, 1991 |
Somali rebels battling to oust President Mohamed Siad Barre said today they controlled nearly all the capital of Mogadishu and appealed to his forces to surrender. "We hope that by tonight the city will be completely liberated," a spokesman for the rebel United Somali Congress said in Rome. Chaotic conditions were reported in Mogadishu, where Siad Barre's government has been under rebel siege for a week. Siad Barre's family fled to the United Arab Emirates, according to diplomatic sources.