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Friday, December 13, 2019

Expats

Latest updates on expats news in the GCC Countries: Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Qatar, United Arab Emirates, Kuwait and Oman.

Saudi Arabia will issue its first tourist visas in 2018

Saudi Arabia is unlikely to be on your vacation list. Its government is trying hard to change that. The kingdom already welcomes millions of Muslims...

Ties with Saudi Arabia ‘as old as Pakistan’: PM

Relations with Saudi Arabia are “as old as Pakistan is,” Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi told Arab News. As such, it was “natural” for him...

Violations in Riffa removed

Manama: Southern Area Municipality, in coordination with the Southern Governorate Police Directorate, conducted a campaign to remove road violations from several areas in Riffa. Around...

Qatar, under pressure, announces efforts to protect migrant workers’ rights

Gireesh Kumar, an engineer from the south Indian state of Kerala at a company in Qatar, is quite hopeful as the Qatari government is...

Saudi: Expats worried about their end of Service Benefits

Some expatriate workers in the Kingdom are eager to resign from their jobs to avail their end of service benefits amid of uncertainty in...

Dubai now has 15 smart Amer centres for visa transactions

Residents in Dubai now have 15 smart Amer centres to choose from to complete their visa and residency transactions under one roof. According to...

Saudi: Over 10,000 Expats Deported In One Week

In the past week, more than 10,000 people were deported in an ongoing crackdown on residency and labour law violators. The number of violators...

Saudi: Around 900 Saudi Dentists Jobless While 9000 Expats Work

More than 900 Saudi dentists remain unemployed while about 9,000 expatriate dentists work in hospitals under the Ministry of Health, according to the Saudi...

Dubai: Smart Number Plates that connect directly to Police soon to...

Dubai's authorities are planning to introduce a digital number plate capable of tracking drivers locations and informing the police of bad driving.The new plates...

Qatar court uphold’s death penalty for teacher’s killer

Badr Hashim Khamis Abdallah al Jabr, a Qatari man who was found guilty of stabbing Lauren Patterson, 24, a British teacher to death is...
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