US-Iran tension: Exxon Mobil pulls out foreign staff from Iraqi oil field
Exxon Mobil's decision to evacuate its foreign staff from a major Iraqi oil field comes amid rising tensions between the US and Iran. The US company's employees are reportedly being flown from Iraq to Dubai.
Saudi stocks to outperform rest of emerging markets, credit Suisse says
Ahmed Badr, managing director at Credit Suisse Group AG in Dubai, talks about oil, Saudi Arabia's infrastructure projects, and the country's stocks.
Is Dubai losing its shine?
Developers are plowing ahead with new builds, but growth in Dubai has noticeably slowed. Real Estate prices are plunging and the stock market is having its worst year since 2008.
France's ill-fated queen Marie Antoinette's jewelry on display
Dubai exhibits a collection of the French queen's jewerly ahead of an auction that will be held in Geneva by British auction house Sotheby's.
Luxury liner Queen Elizabeth II reopens as floating hotel
One of the world's most famous ships is now a floating hotel permanently moored at Dubai's Mina Rashid port.
Fans queue up to say final farewell to Bollywood actress
Thousands of grieving fans have gathered outside the Mumbai home of Sridevi, the iconic Bollywood actress who drowned accidentally in a Dubai hotel bathtub.
Dubai police eye the skies with new 'hoverbike'
A flying motorcycle that can hover above traffic and be used in rescue scenarios is to become part of the Dubai police force ahead of Expo 2020.
'Qatar crisis has been in the making for years', says UAE foreign minister
The Minister of State for Foreign Affairs from the United Arab Emirates, Anwar Gargash, talked to FRANCE 24 from Dubai about the ongoing diplomatic crisis with Qatar.