Saturday, February 24, 2018

Expats

The latest news affecting  expats in the GCC.

What are Pakistani troops really doing in Saudi Arabia?

Pakistan's opposition parties are piling pressure on the government to reveal details about the country's troop deployment in Saudi Arabia. But the government remains...

A salesman paralysed after attack by robbers

Manama: An Indian man who was attacked by robbers sustained spinal injuries that has left him paralysed below the waist. Afsal Mohammed, 30, sustained the injuries...

Mother of suspect in maid’s death denies son’s involvement

The family of a Lebanese man in whose apartment the body of a Filipina was found is in shock, claiming: “It is impossible for...

British University to Open in Bahrain this Year

The Manchester Evening News website said that Bahrain will witness the opening of a new university "British University Bahrain" later this year, in partnership...

Large quantity of liquor seized, 21 expats arrested

Manama: The authorities have foiled an attempt to smuggle a large shipment of liquor into the Kingdom, Director-General of Criminal Investigation and Forensic Science...

Wage protection system on way for private sector employees

Manama: The Cabinet, chaired by Prime Minister HRH Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa, yesterday initiated a step to implement a system that seeks...

Nearly 4,000 Sri Lankan migrant workers return home from Kuwait

Nearly 4,000 Sri Lankan migrant workers who have been overstaying in Kuwait are getting ready to return or have returned to the island within...

130 more distressed OFWs left Kuwait

Another batch of undocumented overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) from Kuwait numbering 130 returned to the country on Sunday, bringing to nearly 1,500 the number...

Kuwait’s Ministry of Education sets July 1 deadline to terminate expats’...

KUWAIT CITY - Civil Service Commission (CSC) has set July 1, 2018 as deadline for the Ministry of Education to terminate the contracts of...

Oman’s Ministry of Manpower ends deals with 199 companies for lack...

Oman’s Ministry of Manpower has ended deals with 199 companies because they did not employ enough local citizens, national daily Times of Oman reported.According...

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