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Bahrain: Expat Student Found Dead And Washed Ashore

A 22-year-old expatriate student was found dead and washed ashore on Bahrain Financial Harbour beach this Sunday.The deceased was identified as Prabha Subramaniyan, a student...

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...

Football fans sign petition blasting beIN Sports’ World Cup coverage

Nearly 60,000 people have signed a petition calling on FIFA to take action against Qatari-financed broadcaster beIN Sports for its “politicised” coverage of the...

Ramadan moon captured by DubaiSat-2

DubaiSat-2 captured the stunning image of the Ramadan Moon.The Mohammad Bin Rashid Space Centre's (MBRSC) remote sensing satellite DubaiSat-2 took the image after weeks...

Chocolate To Go Extinct in 40 years – Can science change...

You may love chocolate, but you should probably start preparing yourself to say goodbye to it: Scientists at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration have predicted that...

Qatar buys weapons from Russia; plans for S-400 missiles

Qatar has been holding negotiations with Russia to purchase S-400 missile air defense systems and other weaponry, says Doha’s ambassador.Qatar, which has already negotiated...

Saudi Arabia prepares to end women driving ban Sunday

Saudi Arabia will allow women to drive from Sunday, ending the world's only ban on female motorists, a historic reform marred by what rights...

Revealed: This Swiss village will pay you Dh93K to live there

Dubai: A new proposal to pay outsiders close to Dh100,000 to live in a small town in Switzerland is creating a social media frenzy.The...

Saudi Reforms To Boost Growth Despite Aramco IPO Delay: IMF

Any delay in the planned listing of Saudi Aramco, the world’s biggest oil producing company, is unlikely to dent Saudi Arabia’s overall economic growth,...

Saudi top prosecutor summons Twitter users for harming public order

A group of Twitter users will be indicted in Saudi Arabia on charges of harming public order for threatening the "safety and moderate ideology...
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