Thursday, November 15, 2018

Health & Education

Bahrain: 3 Dead, Over 40 Injured In Building Collapse

Three people have died and more than 40 injured after a residential building collapsed in Bahrain Tuesday night following a gas cylinder explosion.A large...

US Detectives Investigate Death Of Saudi Student In Florida

Authorities in the US have launched a murder investigation following the death of a Saudi student in Miami.Yasser Abualfaraj, 23, was discovered dead in...

Bahrain Records Second Hottest Temperature Since 1902

The Ministry of Transportation and Telecommunications’ Meteorological Directorate reported in their monthly weather summary that the month of September goes on record as the...

Saudi: MERS Virus Kills Ten People In Three Months

Ten people have died among 32 infected with Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) in Saudi Arabia since June in a series of clusters of...

Bahrain Airport Improves Aircraft Landing Safety & Efficiency

Bahrain’s aviation regulator, Civil Aviation Affairs (CAA), in cooperation with Bahrain Airport Company (BAC), the operator of Bahrain International Airport, has announced the completion...

Kuwait activists combat rise in banning of books

 More than 4,000 books have been blacklisted by Kuwait's information ministry over the past five years, according to local media reports, including Marquez's "One...

UAE expats and retirement: the uncomfortable truth

There are many advantages to residents putting down roots and keeping their savings in the UAE. Having a greater age range in the country...

Saudi: 10 Years Jail, SR10 Million Fine For Food Violators

The Saudi Food and Drug Authority (SFDA) has started taking stringent penal action against those who sell harmful, adulterated or banned foodstuff.Violators will be...

Saudi: Schools Ordered To Shut Down Unsafe Swimming Pools

Minister of Education Ahmad Al-Issa has issued orders to shut down swimming pools without adequate safety means in school campuses across the Kingdom.The minister’s...

Bahrain: Needles Hidden Inside Strawberries; Imports Banned

Strawberry imports from Australia have been temporarily banned due to concerns over shipments containing the fruit contaminated with needles.There were many reports in the...
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