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Thursday, July 9, 2020

In Photos: ultra-luxurious underwater homes

The $2.8 million Floating Seahorse is the product of more than 5,000 hours of research and 13,000 hours of design and engineering, according to...

Holoportation: the future of communication?

Forget Facebook, Skype and Snapchat, a professor in Dubai believes "HoloPortation" will be the new social media craze in less than a decade. The...

Many Bahraini Citizens Stranded in Iraq

Lawmakers said that there were many Bahrainis caught in unsafe places in Iraq and are unable to return to the Kingdom. They urged the government...

Kuwait: Philippines lifts ban on domestic workers

The Philippines on Wednesday lifted its ban on migrant workers heading to jobs in Kuwait, capping a diplomatic row sparked when a murdered Filipina...

Bahrain: Mega Shopping Festival To Open Next Week

Bahrain expects to receive an influx of tourists over the next month as the kingdom's largest shopping festival starts next week with a unique...

Kuwait: 7 Indians Caught Red-Handed Forging Certificates

Kuwait CID department arrested seven Indians in Kuwait forging documents of Indian embassy in Kuwait.This incident has prompted Kuwait authorities to review all the...

Bahrain: Teachers Return to Schools Today

The process of deep cleaning and disinfecting all government schools and school buses have been completed, the Ministry of Education has said. Public schools...

Saudi Arabia Plans To Build Oil Refinery In South Africa

Saudi Arabia is in talks to build an oil refinery and a petrochemicals plant in South Africa as part of a pledge to invest...

Bahraini Seriously Injured While Crossing Road

A Bahraini national was hit by a car on Al-Estiqlal Street and was seriously injured.According to the Ministry of Interior, the incident took place on...
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Omani Bus Company Mwasalat Resumes Dubai-Muscat Route

Mwasalat, the Omani government-owned transport company, has resumed its services between Dubai and Muscat in agreement with Dubai’s Road and Transport Authority.The transportation firm...
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