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Bahrain MP’s debate law to make all banking Islamic

In a move that could challenge Bahrain's status as an international financial hub, MP's are set to debate a proposed law that will force...

Expat to be deported for bribery attempt

A Doha Criminal Court has sentenced a Bangladeshi man to three years suspended jail term and immediate deportation for attempting to bribe two policemen.Local...

Bahrain’s King on first ever state visit to Malaysia

Bahrain's King Hamad has begun a four-day visit to Malaysia, the first by a Bahraini ruler to Kuala Lumpur since the establishment of diplomatic...

Dubai get’s tough on employees taking time off for ‘sick leave’

It seems that gone are the days when employees can treat sick leave simply as extra paid holidays by their employer. Predated sick leave...

Saudi entertainment chief backtracks on comments, says he was ‘misunderstood’

Ahmed al-Khatib, the chairman of the Saudi General Entertainment Authority (GEA), clarified his interview with Reuters regarding entertainment in the Saudi kingdom and said...

Saudi’s Snapchat prank goes very wrong

A Saudi man was arrested after his prank of taking a Snapchat photo of a perfume bottle near a police patrol car went...

‘98% of cinema goers in Bahrain are from Saudi’

Religious clerics in Saudi Arabia may constantly warn of the ‘depravity’ of cinemas and music concerts, but that isn't stopping Saudis from coming to...

Banks in GCC are changing – what YOU should know

Banking in the GCC is fast changing due to improvements in technology, with greater focus on mobile banking, smart branches and social media banking.Standard...

GCC VAT implementation could be delayed

Legal experts believe that there might be a possibility of a delay in the implementation of the GCC’s Value Added Tax (VAT), which is scheduled...

MPs seek solution to Bahrain’s new traffic fines

Bahrain's House of Representatives will on Thursday hold an extraordinary session to discuss the traffic policies of the government, traffic rules and its violations....
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