Monday, September 24, 2018

GCC Countries

British woman, 22, escapes Dubai despite no-fly ban

A British woman handed a three-month jail sentence for assaulting a Swedish man in Dubai avoided prison by getting a new passport and illegally...

Saudi Envoy Reveals Timing of Second Saudi-Bahrain Causeway

The construction of a new bridge intended for vehicles and trains that would connect Saudi Arabia and Bahrain will begin in 2021 and will last three years,...

Dubai: This Clock Might Become The City’s Latest Landmark

The most awaited Dubai Clock was launched yesterday by Amjad Al Haj, an award-winning architect and a clock designer, at the nineteenth edition of...

Bahrain: King Hamad Causeway Work to begin in 2021

Work on the new $4 billion King Hamad causeway connecting Bahrain and Saudi Arabia is expected to begin by mid-2021, according to Saudi Arabia’s...

Qatari Tribe Complains To UN About ‘Discrimination’ in Doha

A delegation representing the Al Ghufran tribe, one of the biggest in Qatar, handed a letter to the Office of the United Nations High...

Oman: Man jailed for forcing woman to take his phone number

An Omani man has been sentenced to six months in prison for intercepting an Omani woman and forcing her to take down his phone...

Saudi: 100,000-Year-Old Archaeological Sites Discovered

A joint Saudi-French mission to explore archaeological sites under the supervision of the Saudi Commission for Tourism and National Heritage (SCTH) has revealed sites...

Bahrain Ranks Very High In Human Development

Oman has achieved the third place in the Arab world and the 43rd place worldwide in the Human Development Index 2018 issued by the...

Saudi: Around 60,000 Expats Employed In Public Sector

There were about 60,000 expatriates working in the public sector last year, local daily Al-Watan reported on Monday quoting a statistical report by the...

Saudi reports cholera infection in southern province

Saudi Arabia confirmed one cholera infection and three other suspected cases in an area bordering Yemen, where an epidemic has killed more than 2,000...
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