Tuesday, June 5, 2018

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A 5mm bead removed from a girl’s ear that was there...

Doctors have pulled out a tiny bead from an 11-year-old's ear - after they dismissed it as wax for nine years. The girl, whose name...

All GCC countries are happier than Bahrain and Kuwait – Report

Bahrain ranked the penultimate place among Gulf States on World Happiness Index. Among 156 countries worldwide, Bahrain ranked 43 and came behind Saudi Arabia that...

Bahrain: Bahraini’s/GCC citizens to get FREE cosmetic surgery and liposuction, say...

Cosmetic surgery, liposuction, operations, dental treatment and maternity care are part of the 17 services which will be provided to Bahrainis, GCC citizens, those...

Dubai: More than 160,000 lost items at airport last year

Dubai Airport security officers found a total of 169,462 lost items in 2017 out of which 50,973 were returned to their owners and 5,998...

History in making – First ever non-stop flight between Australia and...

Passengers were preparing for the first direct flight between Australia and London on Saturday, passing a major milestone by reducing to 17 hours a...

Oman drops visa-on-arrival for tourists

More than 3 million tourists visit Oman every year, drawn in by its empty beaches, numerous dive sites, historic forts and distinctive culture among...

Dubai: British editor gets 10 years jail for wife’s murder

Francis Matthew, a British newspaper editor in Dubai has been was found guilty of bludgeoning his wife to death with a hammer and was sentenced to 10...

Outlook for salaries and bonuses in GCC for 2018

Dubai, UAE, March 26, 2018  — Informa’s sixth annual GCC Compensation and Benefits Trends Report points towards another year of conservative and cautious C&B strategies. Predicted...

British family find ‘three illegal immigrants’ in removal van

A family moving to Southampton from Switzerland were stunned to find suspected illegal immigrants hiding in the back of their removal van.At least five police vehicles...

Airlines face probe over charging families extra to sit together

Airlines face a crackdown on sneaky charges amid fears millions of holidaymakers are still being ripped off. Ministers are poised to launch an official...

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