That's the headline in the Wall Street Journal. I've also seen the story on Sky News.
There's a statement from Emaar:
"A leakage was noticed at one of the panel joints of the Dubai Aquarium at The Dubai Mall and was immediately fixed by the aquarium's maintenance team," the emailed statement said. "The leakage did not impact the aquarium environment or the safety of the aquatic animals."
An area is cordoned off and shops closed.
While there may not be a safety problem it's another blow to Brand Dubai. A visitor is reported by the WSJ as saying : "It seems that as they're building things here, they're crumbling at the same time."
The WSJ story is here.
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