Thursday, November 15, 2018

Health & Education

Saudi unemployment continues to rise

Over 900,000 Saudis are seeking jobs, 219,000 men, and 687,500 women. Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman met with Western tech giants, including the leaders of Facebook and...

Egg and sperm freezing growing among unmarried in the UAE

A growing number of unmarried individuals in the UAE are opting to freeze their eggs and sperm as the country awaits further updates on...

Saudi Arabia finally allows girls to take PE!

Saudi Arabia will allow girls to participate in physical education classes for the first time ever, a change experts say illustrates how the government...

Kuwait: Family Residence visas for expats halted

Kuwait has reportedly halted the issuance of family residence visas for the parents and siblings of foreign workers in the country. Kuwait Times cited security sources...

The 5 minute trick that helps Instagram’s CEO crush procrastination

Kevin Systrom may be CEO and co-founder of Instagram—but he’s still susceptible to procrastination. And so the 33-year-old billionaire has come up with a simple trick...

How our lives will change dramatically in 20 years – by...

By David Delahunty FollowDavid DelahuntyIn a recent interview, the MD of Daimler Benz (Mercedes Benz) said their competitors are no longer other car companies but...

Turkey’s new school curriculum drops evolution to teach concept of jihad

Turkey's new school curriculum drops Charles Darwin's theory of evolution and adds the concept of jihad as patriotic in spirit.The move has fuelled fears...

New UAE law gives hope to maids

Housemaids are desperately waiting for the new domestic workers' law to be implemented, as many claim they are overworked by their employers. The UAE Federal...

Can an app help Saudi women know their rights?

Thousands of Saudi women are turning to an app to figure out how they can get the law on their side in the deeply...

Saudi Shura “tightens screws” on early marriages

Saudi Arabia’s Shura Council has recommended four conditions to allow the marriage of girls aged between 15 and 18. The 150-member advisory body added for...
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