At least one expatriate man was killed and nine were wounded when Saudi security forces intervened to quell a riot at a holding facility for foreign workers awaiting deportation near Makkah, Saudi media reported on Monday.
Saudi Arabia is holding thousands of foreign workers who
More than 80 prominent speakers from different parts of the world will be attending an upcoming conference in Doha conference to share their views regarding the centrality of the family and its role in the society.
The Doha International Family Institute (Difi) has announced that
A restaurant manager in Bahrain got the shock of his life when he was told he had run up a phone bill of more than BD18,000 ($46,608) in just four days.
Sajid Puliyamkot, 38, from India, says he only learned about the bill when he tried to leave Bahrain with his family on a pilgr
New Zealand’s Primary Industries and Agriculture Minister Nathan Guy is visiting Saudi Arabia, Oman and the UAE this week in an effort to boost trade relations.
“This visit is an opportunity to build on New Zealand’s already well-established relationship with ke
Robust investments in agricultural research and development from the public and private sectors are vital for the ongoing growth of the food industries in the Mena region, said an industry expert.
Investments in research, science, and technology will lay the foundation for improv
China-based Trina Solar, a global leader in photovoltaic solutions, has signed an EPC contract with Fresh Fruits Company, a food storage firm in Amman, for a 2 MW rooftop solar power plant on the company's stores and warehouses.
Under the contract, Trina Solar is responsible
More than 15,000 people flocked to the annual Bahrain International Garden Show (BIGS), which ended yesterday (March 1).
The event, now in its 10th year, was held under the patronage of His Majesty King Hamad, with the support of Her Royal Highness Princess Sabeeka bint Ibrahim A