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Bahrain military court to try three for terror

Bahrain’s military judiciary is reviewing the case of three individuals, two civilians and one military, accused of plotting terror attacks against military installations and...

Dh33m bonus for Dubai taxi plate owners

Bonuses of more than Dh33 million will be paid to the Emirati owners of 6,657 taxi number plates used by Dubai taxi companies. Until the...

Safeguarding Indian Investments In Dubai

Dubai has recently passed a law permitting non-Muslim expatriates to register Wills that are not governed by the Sharia’. It is the first, and...

Saudi oil wealth attracting western leaders

Saudi Arabia has again become the favourite destination for western political leaders seeking to promote arms sales and encourage other exports to boost their...

Saudi embassy warns Saudis of Austria’s new burqa ban

The Saudi Embassy in Austria today alerted its citizens that Austria is about to impose a burqa ban, reports Al Hayat.From October 1st, Austrian...

UAE rents will fall 5-10% in 6 months, say experts

Rents are likely to fall by 5 to 10% in the next 6 months throughout the UAE according to experts. Redundancies and an oversupply...

Trump to give speech on Islam in Saudi Arabia

President Trump is set to give a major speech about radical ideology to leaders of more than 50 Muslim countries when he makes his...

Cyber attacks to intensify, warn experts in Oman

Oman should brace for more ransomware attacks; the Sultanate’s Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT) and specialists in the country have said. “The reason cyber-attacks will...

Dubai set to allow night swimming at beaches with new floodlights

Dubai’s beaches are set to shine bright at night with the installation of ‘smart poles’ providing high-intensity lighting on the shores. The first two smart...

Young Qataris favor equal rights for non-Muslim residents

Non-Muslims should be afforded the same rights as Muslims when living in a Muslim country, the majority (89 percent) of recently polled Qatari youth have...
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