Dubai police drops fox hunt 2 video on Hushpuppi and his gang, Ikorodu bois goes to Hollywood
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Hushpuppy: The rise, the crime and the Dubai arrest of Nigeria's biggest online fraud-star
Dubai Police have arrested and seized over $40.9m (Dh150 million) in cash and over a dozen luxury cars in the arrest of Dubai based Nigerian Instagram celebrity Raymond Olounwa Abbas popularly known as Hushpuppi. He is accused of online fraud and money laundering.
Nigerians, Cameroonians clash ‘over beer price’ in Dubai
Earlier in the week, two persons were feared dead following a clash over the price of beer between some Cameroonian and Nigerian traders in the Emirati city of Dubai.
COVID-19 cases in Africa pass 150,000, Court orders release of Orji Kalu from jail and more
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Will Egypt cut its deposit rate this week?
Doug Bitcon, a fund manager with Rasmala Investment Bank in Dubai, talks about Egypt's economy, monetary policy and bonds. He speaks with Manus Cranny and Yousef Gamal El-Din on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Middle East." SEO head: Doug Bitcon, fund manager with Rasmala Investment Bank, on Egypt's Monetary Policy,
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.