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

Saudi welcomes Qataris to perform Umrah

Qataris are welcome to visit the Kingdom to perform Umrah rituals, the Ministry of Haj and Umrah in Saudi Arabia said on Monday.The ministry disclosed...

UAE: Job Visa Rules Changed; Expats life is easier now!

UAE has just announced major changes to foreign worker insurance procedures, as well as visa legislation.The Cabinet of the UAE, chaired by Sheikh Mohammed...

Saudi: More than 800 food venues shut down

Jeddah municipality has closed 879 food establishments and confiscated 16 ton of expired and rotten food as part of a campaign entitled “your food...

Oman, UAE – Staring at traffic accidents is a violation

Slowing down to goggle at traffic accidents can lead to a hefty fine, warns Abu Dhabi Police. Rubbernecking or staring at road accidents is considered...

Flight delayed for nearly 11 hours due to ‘Drunk’ pilot

A flydubai flight from Nepal bound to Dubai was delayed for nearly 11 hours on Sunday after one of its pilots was suspected to...

UAE: Many Repatriated Filipinos Are ‘Victims Of Illegal Recruiters’

Many of the Filipinos sent back from the United Arab Emirates to the Philippines were victims of illegal recruitment, the Philippine Embassy in the...

Bahrain: 4 Killed in Building Collapse; Owner To Face Charges

Four people have died while a few remain critical at the Salmaniya Medical Complex (SMC) after a building collapsed following a gas cylinder blast...
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2,900 Expats Arrested In Biggest-Ever Human Trafficking Case

In one of the most serious cases in Kuwait’s history over the past few years, related to trafficking in persons, the Ministry of the...

An Interview With H. E. Domenico Bellato, Ambassador (Italy)

On the special occasion of Bahrain’s National Day, Gulf Insider takes a closer look at relationships between Bahrain and some of its major trading...

Oman: Over 4,500 Expats Deported Due To Labour Law Violations

According to the Ministry of Manpower, more than 4,500 expats were deported and another 5,000 were arrested for violating the Labour Law in 2018,.A...

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