Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Health & Education

Dubai Police Gets Training To Use ‘Flying Motorbikes’

Dubai Police has started training officers to use a flying motorbike that was first showcased at the tech exhibition GITEX in 2017.According to CNN,...

Saudi: More Than 250 Tons Of Contaminated Rice Seized

A wholesale dealer of foodstuffs in Dammam was found guilty of violating the Anti-Commercial Fraud Law by possessing and offering for sale 255 tons...

Bahrain: Building Collapse Death Toll Increases To Five

The death toll from the Salmaniya building collapse last month rose to five with the death of a Bangladeshi national, who sustained major burn...

Bahrain: Doctor To Pay BD19,000 For Stealing Medicines

A Bahraini medical doctor was ordered to pay BD19,000 for medicines she had stolen from a public pharmacy by the High Appeals Court.This came after the...

Saudi: More Than 70% Expats To Lose Their Jobs

Based on the decision of the Council of Ministers, the contracts of more than 71% expats working in government jobs have been terminated, Al-Watan...

Saudi: Lightning Stikes Women To Death In Makkah

A 38-year-old woman died after being hit by lightning during a thunderstorm in Makkah on Wednesday. The Saudi national had been in No'man valley when the...

Sharjah: Bus Explodes Near Al Safeer Mall

A bus travelling northbound on Al Ittihad Street caught fire in Sharjah yesterday morning around 8.30am near Al Safeer Mall.The fire appeared to start...

Heavy Rains Damaged Around 180 houses In Bahrain

More than 180 houses were damaged in the heavy rains and flooding that wreaked havoc in the central and southern part of the island...

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...

Bahrain: Woman Abandons Two Newborn Babies

A Bahraini woman, who abandoned her two newborns was arrested by detectives. She is said to have taken the babies to remote areas, where...
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