Friday, November 16, 2018

People & Culture

Iran’s TV censors draw ridicule

Censorship is nothing new for the Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting (IRIB), but particularly awkward editing has recently brought the state broadcaster international ridicule.The censoring of sports events and...

Crazy lifestyles of the Rich Kids of Saudi Arabia

INSTAGRAM is littered with images of young, beautiful people flaunting their wealth — but the Rich Kids of Saudi Arabia account takes things to...

Qatar Airways to expand

Qatar Airways will continue to expand even as it prepares to announce "large" annual losses due to a blockade by neighbours, the airline's chief...

Emiratis investigate joke video of baby government employee

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) - Prosecutors are investigating a UAE government agency's release of an online video that was meant as a joke...

Philippines demands explanation as Kuwait expels envoy

 Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has alleged that Arab employers routinely rape their Filipina workers, force them to work 21 hours a day and feed...

Dubai: Porn stars turned ‘lawyer’ twins facing jail for ‘drunkenly attacking...

Twin sisters facing jail in Dubai for drunkenly assaulting a policewoman and ‘cursing Arab women’ who both claim to be ‘lawyers’ are not qualified...

Kuwait MPs furious at Filipino envoy for ‘rescuing abused maids’

Photo from Kuwait Times of Filipino maids abused by their Kuwaiti employers.KUWAIT: MPs blasted the Philippines Embassy in the country for allegedly helping Filipina...

Saudi: More than a million tourists visit heritage and cultural landmarks

The number of foreign tourists who visited the Kingdom in last year reached more than a million, said Abdul Rahman Al-Jassas, executive director of...

Saudi: Private sector staff must wear traditional dress

Prince Khaled Al-Faisal, emir of Makkah and adviser to Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, issued directives that young Saudi citizens who are employed...

Bahrain: MPs seek to replace expat staff in hospitals

Bahrain's MPs have presented a bill that seeks to compel private health institutions to employ Bahrainis over expats. First tabled by the First Deputy Speaker...
- Advertisement -

Most Recent

Stay updated with the latest INSIDER news for the Gulf

Enter your e-mail address to receive essential weekly updates. We WON'T SPAM, that's a PROMISE!

Choose which Expats section you want to subscribe in: