Travel, retail and real estate experts don’t expect revenues to be dented despite safety concerns among Emiratis
British tourism chiefs are concerned at the heavy fallout from the two recent attacks on Emiratis in London
Attacks on UAE nationals have left many reluctant to visit the UK, according to a YouGov / Al Arabiya News survey
Two consecutive attacks on UAE nationals visiting London in recent weeks have left several scars
A third of Emiratis say they are unlikely to visit Britain after two armed attacks in London, a YouGov / Al Arabiya News survey finds
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An armed gang attack targeting a UAE family came less than three weeks after three Emirati sisters were assaulted in the British capital
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One of the three UAE sisters attacked on Saturday lost her eye and was left with only five percent brain function
UK Minister for the Middle East expresseses sympathy for the three Emiratis injured in the attack in the London hotel.
Police hold four suspects in custody: three men on suspicion of attempted murder, and a woman on suspicion of handling stolen goods
The women, all in their 30s, sustained serious injuries to their heads and faces during the ‘unusually violent attack’
VisitBritain announced a significant increase in visits from the GCC market it has been heavily targeting
The announcement came after the bloc’s Security and Policy Committee gave its final authorization for the visa waiver
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