Tuesday, December 11, 2018

GCC Countries

First Saudi Railway Company train arrives in Hail

JEDDAH: A Saudi Railway Company (SAR) train arrived in Hail on Saturday, making its debut trip. Hail is the fourth stop from Riyadh, with...

UK’s May embarks on Saudi Arabia visit

LONDON (Reuters) - Prime Minister Theresa May will travel to the Middle East this week to lend her support to economic reforms in Saudi...

Saudi Arabia releases influential Prince Miteb

Riyadh: Saudi Arabia on Tuesday freed influential Prince Miteb Bin Abdullah, a source said, more than three weeks after he was detained in a...

Thousands of Saudi women apply for workplace support programmes

More than 8,000 Saudi women have applied for support programmes designed to help women employed in the kingdom’s private sector, according to local media.During...

Revealed: What, where and how much UAE residents eat

The UAE is home to over 200 nationalities, offering a great mix and varieties of dining out options both to the residents and tourists....

Saudi authorities detain abusive father, rescue 8 children

ABHA: The Social Protection Unit in the Asir region, which is affiliated with the Ministry of Labor and Social Development, took action to save...

Wonder blunder sees Israeli actress Gal Gadot ‘revealed’ as Mossad agent

BEIRUT: It was a case of hysterical espionage. Israeli ‘Wonder Woman’ star Gal Gadot was pictured as a Mossad agent on the front page of...

UAE oil prices to rise in December, hitting over 2-year high

In line with the rise in the global crude prices, petrol and diesel prices in the UAE will rise in December 2017, hitting 28-month...

Largest Abu Dhabi housing project to be named Riyadh City

Abu Dhabi's largest housing development will be named Riyadh City in recognition of the "longstanding ties" with Saudi Arabia.Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed, Crown Prince...

Qatar hit by fresh World Cup corruption scandal

Qatar has been hit with damaging new allegations of corruption over its controversial 2022 World Cup bid as a French news website revealed on...

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