Tuesday, November 19, 2019

GCC Countries

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.

Gulf states “fed up” with Qatar’s double standards

Analysts in Saudi Arabia and other Gulf countries have attributed the strong angry reaction to Qatar’s attitudes recently to the fact they are fed...

Saudi king earns more retweets than Trump

Donald Trump may be lighting up Twitter with strange new words (like "covfefe") and attacks on allies, but in the battle for most attentions...

Bahrain minister reclaims hacked Twitter account

The Twitter account of Bahrain’s Foreign Minister Shaikh Khalid Bin Ahmad Al Khalifa was reclaimed hours after it was hacked. His account was hacked early...

Woman arrested for stealing Dh11 million from government organisation

A 33-year-old Arab woman has been arrested for stealing Dh11 million from a government organisation, the Abu Dhabi Police announced in a statement on...

King Salman named “Islamic personality of the year”

King Salman has been named the “Islamic Personality of the Year 2017” by the organizing committee of the high-profile Dubai International Holy Qu’ran Award...

Fake news: Ministry trashes rumors of HIV-injecting employee in Oman

Rumors on social media that citizens and residents of Oman have been injected with the HIV virus by a female employee of the Ministry...

Rights office for expats opened

A new Human Rights Office has been opened at the Expat Protection Centre in Sehla. The National Institution for Human Rights (NIHR) will run...

Moody’s maintains negative outlook on Bahrain’s banking system

* Moody's on Bahrain- expect modest pressure on asset quality over outlook period, problem loans rising to about 7.0% of gross loans from 6.3%...

New crisis between Lebanon and GCC

Nothing seems to make us optimistic in Lebanon; we climb out of a hole only to stumble into another.There are signs of a new...

Female crime in Dubai on the rise, experts unsure why

Lama Younis, a criminologist, forensic psychologist and founder of Hissah Enrichment Centre, said there had been a recent increase in the number of women...
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