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Saudi: 30% private & International schools may close

Up to 30 percent of all private and international schools in the Kingdom are expected to close down as the Ministry of Education is...

Libya Army Spokesman Says Qatar Involved in Assassinations

Libyan National Army Spokesman Ahmed Al- Mismari, Reuters The Libyan National Army Spokesman Ahmed Al- Mismari said on Thursday that Qatar single-handedly “destroyed the Arab...

The crisis is only just beginning for Qatar

When Donald Trump tweeted unmistakably strong support for the Arab coalition confronting Qatar, the final window of hope slammed shut on Doha. Qatar’s only...

UAE, Saudi Arabia, and Bahrain issues directives for families with Qatari...

UAE, Saudi Arabia and Bahrain announced measures that take into account the humanitarian circumstances of citizens who have married Qatari nationals. The move came after...

Fashion industry plans to create 2,500 jobs for Saudi women

The Fashion Designing Committee at the Jeddah Chamber of Commerce and Industry (JCCI) said it plans to create jobs for Saudi women in the...

Sales surge despite gold price rise in Oman

Retail gold sales in Muscat have surged 20 per cent in the last fortnight and are expected to stay strong until the Eid holidays,...

Kuwait deports 13,000 foreigners in five months

Authorities in Kuwait have deported around 13,000 foreigners in the first five months of the year. The reasons included mainly violation of residency and...

India assured of welfare of diaspora in Gulf

India on Saturday said it is closely monitoring the situation in the Gulf where several countries led by Saudi Arabia have cut off diplomatic...

Saudi: Soft drinks & cigarettes cost 50-100% more from today

People in Saudi Arabia are bracing to spend extra money from today (Sunday) when they want to consume soft or energy drinks and cigarettes...

Big changes for women’s rights in Saudi Arabia

WOMEN in Saudi Arabia will no longer require the consent of a male guardian to obtain state services. Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques...
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