Monday, November 19, 2018

Health & Education

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...

Ten Members Of Omani Family Die In Deadly Fire

Ten members of an Omani family perished in a deadly fire at a house in the wilayat of Saham, North Batinah in the early...

Salary Increase For Indian School Teachers Across Oman

Teachers in Indian schools across Oman will all get pay hikes this year, in order to bring salary levels up to international standards.The news,...

Watch: Massive Fire In A 10-Storey Ajman Residential Tower

A massive fire broke out on Saturday afternoon in a residential building in Liwara2 area.Lieutenant Colonel Raed Al Zaabi, deputy director of Civil Defence...

Saudi UN Envoy Highlights Need To Abandon Nuclear Weapons

The Saudi ambassador to the UN, Abdallah Al-Mouallimi, has stressed the importance of efforts to eliminate nuclear weapons.The international community needs to adopt existing...

Oman Plans Mandatory Health Insurance Next Year

Oman is reportedly planning to implement a mandatory health insurance scheme from next year.Local media reported that the scheme is likely to be introduced...

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...

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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