The United Arab Emirates (UAE), or simply the Emirates, is a federal absolute monarchy at the southeast end of the Arabian Peninsula. It is one of the world’s largest exporters of oil and is home to Emirates, a state-owned airline which boasts the world’s largest fleet of A380s.
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