Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Travel

Scientists fly over hundreds of mysterious ancient gates spotted in Saudi...

Google EarthArchaeologists have been allowed to fly over Saudi Arabia to investigate hundreds of mysterious, seemingly ancient man-made structures first spotted on Google Earth. The...

Virgin caves could be the next big tourist destination in Saudi

The Kingdom is home to great natural caves that can be prime tourist destinations and provide economic benefits, geologist Dr. Mahmoud Al-Shanty said. Many of...

Cayetano calls for calm amid rising tensions in Middle East

Philippines: The government has prepared repatriation and quick-response programs for overseas Filipino workers in the Middle East should tensions in the region escalate in the...

Kuwait: assembly panel rejects screening foreigners at airport

The Head of Kuwait's National Assembly's Legal and Legislative Committee MP Al-Humaidi Al Subaie said that the panel rejected a draft law calling to...

Kuwait warns against passport misuse

Authorities in Kuwait have warned Kuwaitis against exchanging their passports for money from loan sharks and pay off their gambling debts. Security sources told Kuwaiti...

Gulf states advise citizens against travelling to Lebanon

DUBAI, Nov 9 (Reuters) - Three Gulf states advised their citizens against travelling to Lebanon on Thursday and asked those already there to leave...

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...

Mother, daughter force three teens into prostitution in Dubai

An Iraqi housewife and her mother - currently at large - have been charged with human trafficking and blackmailing three teens into travelling from...

Leicester man held in Dubai for rude gesture might lose his...

Jamil Mukadam, 23, an IT worker, was arrested last year at Dubai airport after allegedly flicking his middle finger at a motorist who was...

Women take a lead in UAE’s space missions

Five years ago when engineer Amel Amin joined the Mohammed bin Rashid Space Centre, there was only one female engineer employed there. But, fast...

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