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Bahrain protesters, police clash near F1 circuit

Dubai, April 21: Dozens of protesters clashed with police across Shiite villages close to the circuit where Bahrain's controversial Formula One Grand Prix takes place this weekend, witnesses said...

Eye in the sky to catch land thieves

Jeddah, April 21: Thieves who illegally encroach on government lands will come under electronic surveillance by a number of government departments using aerial photos taken by satellites, local Arabic...

New electronic system to ensure UAE Labours’ rights

Dubai, April 20: The Second consultative ministerial meeting of the Abu Dhabi Dialogue II today unanimously adopted the ‘The Manila Communique’ at the conclusion of its work at the...

4 conditions laid out for job transfer

Riyadh, April 19: The Ministry of Labor has set four conditions for foreign workers to transfer their iqamas from red or yellow companies to green companies, taking advantage of the Nitaqat Saudization program.

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18 die in KSA floods

Jeddah, April 18: Civil Defense chief said yesterday that 18 people —16 Saudis and two Sudanese — died in flash floods as a result of torrential rains...

Indian boy in UAE helps save environment

Abu Dhabi, April 18: A 10-year-old Indian boy in the United Arab Emirates ( UAE) is doing his own bit to save the environment. Every...

Egypt: Violence after rejection of Abu Ismail’s candidature

Cairo, April 18: Clashes erupted near the electoral commission here following rejection of the presidential candidature of Salafist politician Hazim Abu Ismail, officials said.

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1,600 Palestinian prisoners begin open-ended hunger strike in Israeli jails

Palestine, April 17: About 1,600 Palestinian prisoners have begun an open-ended hunger strike in the Israeli jails across the occupied territories to protest imprisonment without...

Heritage comes alive at schools, malls and libraries

Dubai, April 17: Dubai will give visitors and residents a chance to get soaked in its history, culture and arts through a gamut of activities...

Haj goodwill team to Saudi not needed, says Indian Supreme Court

New Delhi, April 17: The Supreme Court on Monday favoured doing away with the practice of sending goodwill delegation to Saudi Arabia during the Haj in a phased manner, saying that the move...