A former member of Guyana’s parliament accused of plotting to blow up New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport , testifying at his terror trial, denied being a spy for Iran beginning in the 1980s.
A former member of Guyana’s parliament and an ex-airline employee may face life in prison after being found guilty of plotting to blow up fuel lines and tanks at New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport .
An ex-airport employee accused of plotting to blow up fuel lines and tanks at New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport was a “homegrown extremist,” a prosecutor said in closing arguments at his terrorism trial.
Investors who bought Emaar Properties PJSC’s convertible bonds in the midst of Dubai’s real estate crisis three years ago are triggering an exchange that would generate returns of more than 70 percent.
Pumping his fist into the Paris air, Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan, an Abu Dhabi royal, celebrated the award of the 2020 World Expo to Dubai. A Dubai counterpart returned the favor three weeks later, hailing Abu Dhabi’s role in securing the event.