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GCC: Circular Economic Model Can Save $138 Billion By 2030

GCC countries can save almost $138 billion by 2030 if they adopt a circular economic model, corresponding to nearly 1% of the region’s cumulative...

Bahrain: Death Penalty For Imam’s Murderer Upheld

The Court of Cassation yesterday upheld the death sentence handed down to the killer of Abduljalil Hmood, the Imam of Bin Shaddah Mosque.The suspect...

FlyDubai Flight To Saudi Forced To Return To Dubai After birdstrike

A Flydubai plane flying from Dubai to the Saudi city of Jazan was forced to turn back after a birdstrike mid-air, according to reports.According...

Saudi: Woman Executed For Killing Her 6-Year-Old Stepdaughter

A Saudi woman who was convicted of murdering her 6-year-old stepdaughter by mercilessly slitting her throat two years ago was executed in the Eastern...

Diversification is working … but more needs to be done

Steen Jakobsen, Saxo Bank’s Chief Investment Officer, says higher oil prices are improving the short-term growth outlook for Bahrain/GCC but external factors will pressure...

Saudi: Egyptian Caught While Smuggling Drugs On A Jet-Ski

Saudi Border Guards have arrested an Egyptian while attempting to smuggle 31,000 Captagon pills into Saudi Arabia on a jet-skiOfficers found more than 31,000 Captagon...

Saudi: 24 New MERS Cases Detected In Last 7 Days

The Health Ministry announced the appearance of 24 new cases of the Middle East Deficiency Syndrome Coronavirus (MERS-CoV) in the Kingdom within the last...

Saudisation: Over 1000 Labor Inspections Every Day

The Ministry of Labor and Social Development has intensified inspections to enforce Saudization rules in the private sector, resulting in the closure of many...

Saudi: Mega Tourism Project In Al-Ula To Create 38,000 Jobs

Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has launched a major tourism project in Al Ula, which will include a resort designed by French...

Saudi: Around 47 Killed, 291 Crippled In Workplace Accidents

At least 47 people working in the private sector have died and 291 others have become crippled as a result of workplace accidents in...
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