Tuesday, February 19, 2019

GCC Countries

Tough ‘Saudization’ process may cause 30% of gold, jewelry shops in...

JEDDAH: Hundreds of gold and jewelry shops are expected to close once the decision to nationalize gold and jewelry jobs is enforced in about...

Saudi Arabia agrees to buy $7 billion in precision munitions from...

(Reuters) - Saudi Arabia has agreed to buy about $7 billion worth of precision guided munitions from U.S. defense contractors, sources familiar with the...

Anti-Terror Quartet adds 2 entities, 11 individuals to terror list

JEDDAH: The Anti-Terror Quartet — Saudi Arabia, Egypt, UAE, Bahrain — has added two new entities and 11 individuals to the terror lists for...

Bahrain: Jewellery Arabia a shining example, says Premier

The Premier opens the expo in the presence of deputy prime ministers and dignitariesMANAMA: Jewellery Arabia has become a high-profile platform for exhibitors, said...

The first International Conference on Sustainable Futures

The Kingdom is set to host the First International Conference on Sustainable Futures (ICSF). Applied Science University (ASU) will organize the event on November 26-27,...

Women to be exempted from some traffic penalties in Saudi Arabia?

Women drivers might be exempted from being questioned by stopping their cars. After allowing women to drive in September 2017, following a royal decree issued by the...

High-speed Haramain train makes pilot trip

JEDDAH: The mega public transport project in the Makkah region on Tuesday received the first pilot trip of the high-speed Haramain train between Jeddah...

G4S PARTNERS WITH ME GLOBAL ADVISORS FOR WIBC2017

G4S Bahrain signed up as an Associate Partner in the 24th Annual World Islamic Banking Conference 2017.Held under the Strategic Support of the Central...

Expats in Bahrain could be forced to pay BD500 for a...

EXPATRIATES in Bahrain could be forced to pay BD500 to obtain a driving licence under proposed amendments to the 2014 Traffic Law. The amendments...

Hariri back in Lebanon for first time since quitting as PM

BEIRUT (Reuters) - Saad al-Hariri returned to Beirut on Tuesday for the first time since he resigned as Lebanon’s prime minister in a broadcast...
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