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Stay updated with the Latest news in GCC Countries: Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Qatar, United Arab Emirates, Kuwait and Oman on Business, Technology and Life Style.

Saudi Shura “tightens screws” on early marriages

Saudi Arabia’s Shura Council has recommended four conditions to allow the marriage of girls aged between 15 and 18. The 150-member advisory body added for...

GCC-wide ban for deported Gulf expats agreed

Gulf Co-operation Council (GCC) countries have started applying a law that bans expatriates deported from any of the six countries from entering the rest...

You can now get a commercial license in Dubai within five...

The Business Registration and Licencing (BRL) sector in Dubai Economy has launched the "Instant Licence" initiative that enables businessmen and investors to obtain their...

Lexus recalls cars in UAE for safety reasons

Luxury car maker Lexus has issued a notification to car owners in UAE, recalling their vehicles from UAE roads.While the reason for the recall...

Federation of Indian airlines (FIA) says no to additional flights by...

The Federation of Indian Airlines (FIA) has opposed a plan by the civil aviation ministry to allow Dubai-based carriers to launch 21 flights a...

VAT to increase tax jobs in the UAE

Many businesses in the UAE are either preparing or are on the verge of starting to transform their work set up, particularly the IT and...

UAE resident jailed for threatening to publish fiancee’s nude photos

An Abu Dhabi resident has been sentenced to four years in jail for threatening to publish nude pictures of his fiancée on social media...

Six Arabs held in the UAE for Dh560,000 house fraud

A gang has been arrested for allegedly taking Dh560,000 from Abu Dhabi residents in a real estate scam. The Abu Dhabi Police said on Saturday that they...

Bahrain Shura’s family draft law to improve legal status of women...

The upper chamber of Bahrain’s bicameral parliament on Wednesday endorsed a unified family law draft that aims to improve the legal status of women,...

Saudi Arabia considers 1 million barrel a day cut on oil

Bill Farren-Price, a long-term Opec follower and consultant at Petroleum Policy Intelligence, said in a note to clients late last week that sources inside...
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