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  • CNBC's Phil Han reports on which international airport is winning the race to see the most passengers pass through its gates - Heathrow or Dubai?

  • OPEC Secretary General Abdullah al-Badri listens to a question at the Oil & Money conference in central London, October 29, 2014.

    The head of OPEC said on Sunday the group had no target price for oil, and urged Gulf states to continue investing in exploration and production.

  • Here's why you don't want to break the law in Dubai

    Dubai's police supercars can be seen patrolling the streets of the emirate. Here's how law enforcement deals with tourists who break the law.

  • Dubai Tourism CEO on plans to boost tourist numbers

    Issam Kazim, CEO of Dubai Tourism, says the country wants to welcome everyone, but visitors need to be mindful of the laws and cultural traditions.

  • How Dubai weathered the 2009 crisis

    Dubai was hit hard by the global economic crisis in 2009 with major projects halted, but the emirate has since bounced back with tourist numbers set to boom.

  • How Dubai lures tourist to its luxury paradise

    Once a desert emirate, Dubai has transformed itself into one of the world's top luxury holiday hotspots. But how has it been able to transform?

  • A look into the luxury nightclubs of Dubai

    Despite being a Muslim country, Dubai has one of the hottest nightclub scenes. CNBC looks at how the country operates its nightlife.

  • Shares in Dubai's Emaar Malls Group jumped 20 percent shortly after opening on Thursday as the stock started trading on Dubai's main stock exchange.

  • Dubai to be a model for smart cities?

    CNBC catches up with Hani al Hamli, secretary general of the Dubai Economic Council at the Smart Living City Dubai conference to discuss the city's ambition to become a role model for smart cities.

  • How we'll commute in future smart cities

    Dubai is investing heavily in public transport. Dr. Ryan Chin, managing director at the MIT Media Lab's City Science Initiative, discusses what kind of transport systems will operate in the future's smart cities.

  • Energy efficiency: Dubai is politically willing

    Dubai has one of the highest per capita water consumption in the world. Xavier Joseph, CEO for Gulf countries at Veolia, comments on the city's steps to be more energy efficient.

  • How to make a city smart

    Peter Hirshberg, chairman at Re:Imagine Group, comments on what makes a city smart and says Dubai's strong government is able to implement and try new technologies quickly.

  • Why Dubai is in 'a unique position'

    Anousheh Ansari, co-founder and chairwoman of Prodea System, says that Dubai's government is much more pro-active in its approach to smart cities and in the implementation of new technologies.

  • Dubai is 'already smart': Cisco

    Amr Salem, managing director of global sales for Smart Cities at Cisco, says Dubai has been investing in smart infrastructures for years and comments on the security aspect of smart cities.

  • Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, VP and prime minister of the UAE, ruler of Dubai

    If world leaders want to defeat ISIS, they will have to use more than force; they will have to win the intellectual war, says the ruler of Dubai.

  • Emaar Properties prices malls unit IPO at top of range

    Emaar Properties has priced its initial public offer of its malls unit at 2.90 dirhams per share, CNBC's Yousef Gamal El Din reports.

  • The market is fixed on Alibaba's IPO, but there's another emerging middle class creating an e-commerce giant—and in the land of Ali Baba.

  • Secretary of State John Kerry.

    Washington said countries in the Middle East have offered to join airstrikes against IS militants, but Britain held back.

  • Jumeirah Palm Island Development In Dubai.

    London and New York may be the favorite two cities of the global wealthy. But when it comes to investment returns since 2010, Dubai was your best bet.

  • 'No real concern' for Dubai real estate: CEO

    Sanjay Manchanda, CEO of Nakheel, discusses the group's debt restructuring following Dubai's 2008 debt crisis and comments on the Dubai real estate market.