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Monday, January 27, 2020

People & Culture

What defines a place is its people and the culture they follow. Every place has its own unique culture and traditions and so do the Middle East countries. The Middle East countries have their own Arabian aura in everything. From cuisines to festivals, you can understand what they offer only if you experience it.Well, that requires you to know the recent happenings and the development in the culture and people of the Middle East which is exactly what Gulf Insider looks into! New laws, new events, and every other thing you need to know.

Lebanese pop star threatened by Egyptian authorities for wearing mini-shorts

A Lebanese pop star has been reprimanded by Egyptian authorities after wearing a pair of shorts on stage. Haifa Wehbe, 41, says she was 'called for interrogation'...

Its image at risk abroad, Qatar backs labour reforms at home

DOHA, Nov 2 (Reuters) - Qatar's decision to commit to sweeping labour reforms may head off an international investigation into its treatment of hundreds...

Why Saudi Arabia Can’t Change Too Quickly

Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman hasn’t wasted any time implementing his vision for Saudi Arabia’s future. Since leapfrogging other senior royals on the line...

Manama Shapers – Interview with Huda Al Salah

Interview with Huda Al Salah, Senior Analyst, Monitoring and Compliance Unit—Individuals, TamkeenHow does your passion for human development, training, and education translate into your...

Dubai: Briton jailed for touching man’s hip warns visitors his ordeal...

Jamie Harron arrives at Glasgow Airport after being freed in Dubai PAA Briton who was sentenced to prison for touching a man’s hip in Dubai has warned...

Saudi to let women into sports stadiums

Saudi Arabia is starting to ease restrictions on women spectators in sports stadiums.Starting in early 2018, women will be allowed into three arenas in...

Saudi to turn 50 Red Sea islands into luxury resorts ‘not...

Farasan Island, one of the almost untouched Red Sea sites which will be developed Bandar Yuosef/Creative CommSaudi Arabia hopes new Red Sea holiday zone with...

Kuwait court rejects case to cancel new Expat health fees

Manama: A lawsuit filed in Kuwait to overturn the health ministry’s decision to hike healthcare fees for foreigners has been rejected by the administrative department...

US may intervene in Qatar crisis as fears grow over long-term...

The US is concerned that the four month-long dispute involving its chief allies in the region is entrenching divisions and may end up forcing...

Saudi grants citizenship to robot

Saudi Arabia has become the first country to give a robot citizenship.The move is an attempt to promote Saudi Arabia as a place to...
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