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As long as the world needs oil and gas, we’ll give it, says UAE climate change minister

The United Arab Emirates will continue to supply the world with energy for as long as it needs it, its Minister for Climate Change and Environment Mariam Almheiri said in an exclusive interview with CNBC

The relaunch of Dubai’s Palm Jebel Ali points to a strong economy.

Another project at the heart of the city’s identity is the Palm Jumeirah, an artificial island that now houses some of the city’s most famous hotels and valuable homes. Recently, one of its mansions sold for $82 million, the most expensive house sale in the city’s history.

One-way economy flights from Moscow to Dubai are nearly $5,000 as Russians flee mobilization call

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — One-way economy flights from Moscow to Dubai are going for as much as $5,000 and many have completely sold out in the days following Russian President Vladimir Putin’s declaration of a “partial” mobilization of 300,000 reservists to fight in Ukraine.

Moon Shaped Hotel To Be Built In Dubai

Clearly, within the most recent years, we are getting closer to the days of vacationing in outer space. Billionaires even built their own rocket ships to orbit in space for a couple of days. Before we know it, space tourism will be here to stay one day. However, in the meantime, we have Moon World Resorts ready to provide stays that are out of this world.

Expo City Dubai: UAE’s first 15-minute city & a smart city for the future

What exactly is Expo City Dubai? Chief Development and Delivery Officer, Ahmed Al Khatib explains the concept,

“It’s a combination of education, entertainment, a new way of working, work experience, and just not to mention like the amount of demand on organisations to come and move here is extremely good. A lot of people are coming here actually to dovetail with the vision and with what we are trying to achieve.

The UAE is scrapping its Covid mask requirements after 2½ years

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — The UAE is doing away with its mandatory mask requirements in nearly all public indoor spaces after 2½ years.

The National Emergency Crisis and Disaster Management Authority (NCEMA) announced the change in a televised statement, saying that it will come into effect on Sept. 28. The long-held mask rule was a pillar of the UAE’s measures against Covid-19, as well as nearly universal vaccinations and rapidly available PCR testing.

Qatar World Cup is yet to begin, but Dubai is already a winner

The UAE stands to be a winner at the Qatar World Cup if an overspill of fans floods its hotels, restaurants and planes.

With little investment the UAE, and in particular Dubai, stands to gain if, as expected, supporters opt to stay in the tourism hotspot instead of tiny Gulf neighbour Qatar during the November-December tournament.

A $5 Billion USD Moon is Landing in Dubai

Dubai might be launching a $5 billion moon-shaped destination resort designed by Canadian architectural company, Moon World Resorts Inc. The 735-foot high resort has been designed to be built within 48 months and is expected to bring in 2.5 million guests annually.

Dubai Urban Tech District unveiled: 4,000 jobs to be created at new global center

A new urban technology district has been unveiled in Dubai, which is set to create 4,000 jobs in green urban technology, education and training.

The Dubai Urban Tech District will be located on the Creek side of Al Jaddaf district in Dubai and will cover 140,000 square meters of built-up area.

New green visa shows UAE is ‘open for business’

The new five-year green visa for residents is proof that the UAE is open for business, a leading employment expert has said.

The new visa, which comes into effect on September 5, offers people the opportunity to stay in the country for longer, compared with the two and three-year limits on standard residency visas.