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Sunday, June 7, 2020

Saudi women troll men with ‘You won’t drive’ hashtag

The lifting of the driving ban is one of a number of changes brought in by 32-year-old Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman in recent...

UAE: Several online gaming websites blocked

The UAE's chief government lawyer has issued an order on Wednesday blocking the websites and online platforms of certain electronic games, including My Friend Cayla, Blue...

Oman to revoke expat work permits if firms don’t hire Omanis

The issuing of work permits won’t be stopped if violating companies meet the required Omanisation targets, the Ministry of Manpower has said.The announcement comes...

Kuwait: No VAT until 2021, says parliament committee

Kuwait is set to delay its implementation of a regional 5 per cent value added tax until 2021, according to a parliamentary committee statement.“The...

Oman: 161 companies questioned for violating Omanisation law

The Ministry of Manpower has announced that it has taken action against 161 establishments employing 6,959 people for not hiring Omani nationals.The Ministry added...

Expat arrested for Dubai mall parking fire that destroyed 11 cars

The police have arrested an Asian suspect, who allegedly set one of the cars on fire after he had a heated argument with its...

UAE: Indians cause most accidents during Ramadan

According to a study conducted by RoadSafetyUAE, based on 1,651 reported accidents/claims in the UAE provided by i-Insured during Ramadan last year, motorists aged...

Saudi: Over 40,000 young Saudis employed so far this year

The Human Resources Development Fund (Hadaf) has supported the employment of 40,869 Saudi young men and women in the first quarter of 2018, according...

Emirates warns job seekers about fake job opportunities

The Emirates notified on their official website tips on how to identify a fake job from a real offer.The statement says,"It has come to...

Saudi: Traffic signs redesigned to address female drivers

Saudi social media users were widely sharing pictures of redesigned traffic signs that address both men and women drivers.The signs carried messages that read:...
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