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Friday, July 3, 2020

Game of Thrones in Saudi Arabia

The so-called corruption crackdown in Saudi Arabia over the weekend may be the beginning of a bigger power struggle by the heir apparent to...

Dh1,000 fine for driving hard shoulder in the UAE

Special warning for motorists driving on hard shoulder. Hard shoulder driving will attract is Dh1,000 fine plus six black points. Drivers caught blocking emergency vehicles...

Kerala to roll out savings scheme for expats in the UAE

The UAE houses 2.8 million Indian expats and almost half of them are from Kerala. The Kerala government is set to launch a savings scheme...

GCC need thousands of teachers in next five years

The UAE and GCC's education sector holds bright prospects for teachers and the other general administration staff as demand will grow in coming years...

China’s tech giants better suited to Saudi than Google or FB

With two-thirds of its economy under 30 and an economy it is keen to diversify away from oil dependence, Saudi Arabia offers fertile ground...

Robot “Sophia” granted Saudi citizenship has sparked backlash on social media

Women in Saudi Arabia have scorned the government’s decision to grant citizenship to a female robot who, unlike them, does not need a male guardian or...

With Prince Alwaleed bin Talal arrested, Saudi’s tech ambitions took a...

Just over one week ago, Saudi Arabian royalty paraded titans of Silicon Valley and Wall Street through the Ritz-Carlton in Riyadh as part of...

Senior Saudi royal ousted, 11 princes including billionaire Prince Alwaleed Bin...

Saudi Arabia arrested 11 princes, including a prominent billionaire Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, and dozens of current and former ministers, reports said, in a...

Egypt: British tourist ‘faces death penalty’ for having painkillers after police...

A British holidaymaker says she is facing the death penalty in Egypt for carrying painkillers in her suitcase.Laura Plummer, 33, from Hull, claims she was forced...

Lebanese prime minister resigns, saying his life in danger

 BEIRUT, Nov 4 (Reuters) - Lebanese prime minister Saad al-Hariri resigned on Saturday, saying in a televised broadcast he sensed a plot to target...
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