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Oman

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Oman: HMS DEFENDER seizes 131Kgs of drugs

Her Majesty’s Ship (HMS) DEFENDER, a UK Royal Navy destroyer operating in the Gulf of Oman in direct support of Combined Task Force 150...

Oman: Indian School Student Commits Suicide

A student of Indian School Al Wadi Al Kabir jumped from the top of her building, according to a top official from the Indian...

Over 2,200 Omanis lost their jobs this year

Over 2,200 Omani citizens, from 18 main companies, lost their jobs in the sultanate this year, according to the Ministry of Manpower.The layoffs this year...

Bahrain: BAPCO Switches Crude Oil Pricing Formula

Dubai Mercantile Exchange (DME) welcomed the latest Middle East oil producer to switch its crude oil pricing formula to include the DME Oman benchmark.The...

Blockade can’t stop Qatar From Supplying the UK with gas

British orders of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from Qatar continue as scheduled, despite the GCC’s ongoing blockade against Doha, which is approaching its 90-day...

Oman: More than a thousand arrested or deported for violations

Over 500 expats were deported from Oman, while 774 were found violating labour laws and a total of 764 labourers were arrested in three...

Oman Air Cancels Around 500 Flights In April

The suspension of Boeing 737 Max operations has led to the cancellation of almost 630 flights operating into and out of Oman.Since the March...

New International Bus Route From Dubai To Muscat Launched

The Public Transport Agency of the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has opened an international bus route between Dubai and Muscat. The step aims...

Oman: No Entry Visa required for tourists from 33 Countries

Visitors from 33 countries can enter Oman without a visa, thanks to the joint visa agreement between Oman and Qatar.According to the Royal Oman...

Oman: Around 500 Expats Violate Labour Laws Every Week

According to local media reports, more than 500 expat workers break Oman’s labour laws every week, with more than 27,000 arrested for violations in...
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