Tuesday, November 20, 2018

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The latest news affecting  expats in the GCC.

Saudi: Principal Fired As Student Drowns In Swimming Pool

The school fired its principal after a student drowned in swimming pool and replaced him with another immediately.Mohammad Al-Harbi, a second-grade student, drowned in...

Saudi: Foreigners Allowed To Invest In More Sectors

Saudi Arabia decided to allow foreign investors to invest in several new sectors, including recruitment offices, audiovisual services, land transport, and real-estate brokerages.The Cabinet...

Kuwait: Lawmaker Claims 30% Of Expats ‘Useless’

A senior lawmaker said that over 30% of the 3.3 million expatriates living and working in the country are “not useful”, and the government...

Dubai: Expat Driver Sets 13 Vehicles On Fire In Revenge

A man set 13 cars on fire after launching an arson attack on a fellow bus driver he claimed was costing him business by...

UAE: New Regulations For Residence & Visitor Visas

The Federal Authority for Identity and Citizenship announced that it will start implementing select decisions of the Cabinet of the United Arab Emirates (UAE)...

Omanisation Reduces Number Of Educated Expats In Oman

The number of educated expats in the country has decreased, according to figures released by the National Centre for Statistics and Information (NCSI). The number...

Dubai: Guard Jailed 5-Years For Stealing Dh73 Million Diamond

A security worker who stole a rare Dh73 million diamond from a company vault in Dubai has been jailed. The precious stone was recovered...

Oman: Illegal Activities Exposed At Expats’ House

A raid by Muscat Municipality and Royal Oman Police successfully targeted a house in Al Seeb where 'illegal activities' were being conducted, authorities announced.In...

Bahrain: Labour Camps To Be Inspected For Safety Measures

The Cabinet chaired by His Royal Highness Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa yesterday gave directives to Labour and Social Development Ministry...

Bahrain To Host 4 Major Indian Weddings In Next 4 Months

The Bahrain Tourism and Exhibitions Authority (BTEA) announced that it will be hosting four major weddings, with more than 2,000 guests arriving via Gulf...
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