Wednesday, November 21, 2018

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The latest news affecting  expats in the GCC.

Bahrain: MPs call to double vehicle fees for expats REJECTED

Manama : The Council of Representatives has followed the Foreign Affairs, Defence and National Security Committee in rejecting a proposal submitted by two MPs demanding...

UAE: Spreading Christmas cheer to Filipinos in need

Dubai: Philippine consulate officials and members of the community will bring Christmas cheer on Friday to the almost 200 Filipinas in need of assistance...

Pakistani filmmaker eyes Saudi Arabia for future projects

RIYADH: In a bid to promote Saudi-Pakistani relations in the film and entertainment industry, the premiere showing of the Pakistani movie “Parchi” was organized...

77% of illegal expats in Saudi Arabia are Yemeni

Manama: Yemenis make up the majority of illegal expatriates in Saudi Arabia, according to recently released police figures.Yemenis make up 77 per cent of...

Dubai International handles 88.2m passengers in 2017, retains top rank

Dubai International Airport is the busiest international airport measured by total passengers for the fourth consecutive year, as it welcomed six new carriers in...

Why Indians and Pakistanis love to call Dubai home

The lure of Dubai property has always been too good to resist for investors from the Sub-Continent. No surprise then that Indians have yet...

Saudi to issue tourist visas

Saudi Arabia is to issue tourist visas as it tries to attract foreigners to reduce its economy’s dependence on oil.Millions of Muslims descend on...

Saudi Expat found dead near Bahrain Shores

An Asian man found dead near Bahrain shore by coastguards was identified as 28-year-old Saravana Ramachandran on the evening of 5th April. According to the family members of...

VAT Cash Back For Tourists Visiting UAE

Tourists will be able to claim VAT back on goods bought in the UAE starting from later this year. The UAE Cabinet approved a plan...

Shocking! This couple forgot their 3-yr-old kid at Dubai Airport

Passengers often leave behind their luggage at airports, railway stations, bus stands, but it is rare for someone to forget their child. In a...
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