The European Professional Football Leagues (EPFL) association would back legal action against Fifa over the scheduling of the 2022 World Cup, EPFL chairman Frederic Thiriez said on Saturday.
Fifa ended more than four years of unce
Abu Dhabi’s tourism industry is embarking on a four-day, four-city roadshow in Europe next week as it looks to build on increasing inbound tourism from the continent.
Led by Abu Dhabi Tourism & Culture Authority (TCA Abu Dhabi
Dubai-based Emirates’ operations in Europe has made an economic impact of €6.8 billion ($7.59 billion) on the total gross domestic product (GDP) of the continent, according to a study.
The airline’s undertakings in the
Around 100 influential meeting planners and business events journalists from across Europe convened in Dubai for a familiarisation trip which was aimed at enhancing the city’s global status as a premier destination for international busine
The Portucel Soporcel group, a leading manufacturer of UWF (uncoated woodfree) printing and writing paper in Europe, will be at the upcoming Paperworld Middle East expo in Dubai, UAE as part of its regional expansion strategy.
The Dubai Diamond Exchange (DDE), the region’s only diamond and precious stones trading platform, has announced Herman Van Rompuy, former EU President, as the opening speaker for the Dubai Diamond Conference 2015.
The conference w
As Belgium braces for a verdict in Europe's biggest trial of those accused of fostering Islamist violence in Syria, much attention is on poor Muslim immigrant communities' struggle in a region blighted by youth unemployment.
Dubai-based Emirates plans to launch its A380 services to two European destinations: Dusseldorf (Germany) and Madrid (Spain).
For both cities, Emirates will be the first airline to operate a scheduled A380 service. The Dusseldorf route
The chemical bisphenol A (BPA), used to stiffen some plastic food containers, poses no health risk to consumers of any age, including unborn children, at current levels of exposure, Europe's food safety watchdog said on Wednesday.
Belgian, French and German police interrogated dozens of Islamist suspects on Friday during anti-terror sweeps across Europe after last week's killings in Paris and raids in Belgium in which two gunmen were killed.
Much of Europe re