Global legal practice Norton Rose Fulbright has moved its London head of real estate disputes partner Charlotte Bijlani to its office in Dubai.
Patrick Bourke, head of Middle East dispute resolution and the Dubai DIFC office, said: “We are delighted that Charlotte will be j
Dubai Smart Government (DSG) Department has affirmed its readiness to comply with the ‘Smart Dubai Strategy’ to convert the emirate into a smart city.
Ahmad Bin Humaidan, Director General of DSG, said: “Dubai is witnessing the start of a new, unique and unpreced
About two dozen Iraqi women demonstrated on Saturday in Baghdad against a draft law approved by the Iraqi cabinet that would permit the marriage of nine-year-old girls and automatically give child custody to fathers.
The group's protest was on International Women's Day an
Police in Bahrain are 116 times more likely to die in the line of duty than they are in the UK. That statistic is based on the per capita death rate of serving officers over the past three years, said a report in the Gulf Daily News (GDN), our sister publication.
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Saudi Arabia has formally designated the Muslim Brotherhood as a terrorist organisation, in a move that could increase pressure on Qatar whose backing for the group has sparked a row with fellow Gulf monarchies.
The kingdom has also designated as terrorist the Nusra Front and the
Qatari MPs reacted with outrage yesterday (March 6) after the country was accused of being the source of all terrorism in the Arab world.
Egyptian MP Dr Mohammed El Buainain sparked the row when he made the claims during a session of the Arab Parliament taking place in Bahrain, r
Bahrain’s HRH Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa yesterday (March 6) hit out at the kingdom's so-called opposition for exploiting children by grooming them as terrorists.
He added his remarks to growing condemnation of the way two small boys, aged 10 an
Qatar will not bow to demands from three Gulf states to alter its foreign policy, sources close to its government said, suggesting Doha is unlikely to abandon support for Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood and Syrian Islamists.
In an unprecedented move, Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Bahr
Bahrain accused Iran on Thursday of fomenting deadly violence in the kingdom at the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva.
The charge came after three policemen were killed on Monday by a bomb at a protest in Daih, west of the capital Manama, during a procession of mourners.
One of the country's leading publishers yesterday called for Bahrain to follow Britain's lead and put human rights concerns to one side when combating terrorism.
Speaking on Channel 55, Akhbar Al Khaleej chairman and editor-in-chief Anwar Abdulrahman said some human right