Catastrophes Crashes and Crimes in the Uae

Catastrophes  Crashes and Crimes in the Uae
Author : Athol Yates
Publisher :
Total Pages :
Release : 2017-06-19
ISBN 10 : 1909339903
ISBN 13 : 9781909339903
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Like any country, the United Arab Emirates have had their share of criminals, accidents, natural disasters and downright weird incidents. Most of these events merit a few pages in the newspapers before disappearing from history. This book brings the tragic, strange and illuminating stories from the 1970s back to life in a compilation of 168 of the best, drawn from past UAE newspapers - UAE News, Emirates News, Abu Dhabi News and the Gulf Weekly Mirror. The common theme of the articles are that they have all had an impact on safety, security and stability of the UAE, and cover a vast range of topics from smuggling deaths to murders, from assassinations to plan hijackings, and from mermaid hoaxes to UFO sightings. Together, they provide a fascinating glimpse into the past, and many of the stories still resonate today.


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