Dubai Airport Still Disrupted After Heavy Rains Kill 4  

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After killing at least 20 people in Oman during the weekend, the storm struck the UAE on Tuesday with its highest rains in 75 years. 

Dubai: Four people died in severe rains earlier this week in the UAE, flooding roads and blocking Dubai's international airport, authorities said Friday.

After killing at least 20 people in Oman during the weekend, the storm struck the UAE on Tuesday with its highest rains in 75 years.

The Manila authorities said two women and one man died in their cars during flooding. A 70-year-old Emirati man died after floods swamped his car in northern Ras Al Khaimah. 

UAE and Oman's rains are blamed on global warming. Dubai Airport, one of the world's busiest, was still clearing planes three days after the storm. 

Sunday was the last day of arrival restrictions. Dubai-bound Emirates passengers could travel regularly, however transit passengers could not check in.  

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