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Wednesday, January 22, 2020

Lifestyle

Explore GCC lifestyle with latest updates on expat news,mega-events in and around the region with developments in telecommunication and technology.

BREAKING NEWS: All British Airways flights cancelled!

British Airways computer systems have crashed across the world, sparking chaos at airports with massive queues and delayed flights. All BA flights from Heathrow and...

UAE & UK leaders: Computers can’t replace humans

While much has been said about the risks of automation and 'thinking machines' replacing human tasks and jobs, speakers at the Global Manufacturing and...

Saudi: 4 British pilgrims killed, 12 injured in road crash

Four British Umrah pilgrims were killed and 12 others injured in Saudi Arabia when their bus collided with a fuel tanker, officials said on...

Dubai: Camel racing

The Dubai Camel Racing Club draws wealthy members from across the Arabian Peninsula, including Saudis, Kuwaitis, Bahrainis, as well as Emiratis.Camel racing is a...

PHOTOS: A volcanic mountain in the middle of Red Sea in...

An island alongide an island in the middle of the Red Sea on the Saudi Arabian side exists within the blue waves of the...

Saudi: Pakistani Woman Killed By Falling Rock In Makkah

A Pakistani woman pilgrim was killed when a falling rock hit her on the head at Al Nour mountain in Makkah on Friday.The body...

Rail dreams to become reality

Manama : Urban train travel will no longer remain a pipedream for Bahrainis. The country will build a 109-kilometre rail transit system by 2024, in five...

How to capture shared photos and videos on Snapchat without anyone...

Snapchat frowns upon user’s taking screenshots of snaps and retaliates by alerting the other party with an icon in their inbox. However, Apple's just-released developer iOS...

Raped and tortured in a Dubai prison

Scotland Yard is investigating claims by an ex-football boss that he was raped and tortured in a United Arab Emirates jail after the authorities...

secret chamber discovered in Great Pyramid

Scientists have discovered a mysterious and previously unknown “void” deep within the Great Pyramid at Giza in Egypt, using a new imaging technique based...
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