Hillary Clinton will announce her second run for the presidency on Sunday, starting her campaign as the Democrats' best hope of fending off a crowded field of lesser-known Republican rivals and retaining the White House.
Flag carrier Royal Jordanian has appointed Captain Haitham Misto as the airline’s president and CEO.
Captain Misto brings with him 33 years of experience at Royal Jordanian. During his career, he held several managerial and techni
Saudi Kayan Petrochemical Company has appointed Nasser bin Abdulaziz Abanmai as president, a bourse filing said, a week after his predecessor resigned for personal reasons.
A unit of Saudi Basic Industries Corp (Sabic), one of the
Bahrain's Foreign Investors Association (FIA) has elected a new administrative board with Jordanian businessman Fadi Majali as president and American businessman Hisham Ayoub as the vice-president.
Other key officials are secr
Saudi Kayan Petrochemical Company said on Sunday that its president Mazyad Al-Khaldi had resigned for personal reasons.
The company, an affiliate of Saudi Basic Industries Corp (Sabic), said in a statement on the bourse website th
Bahraini engineering professional Dheya Tawfiqi has been elected president of the Federation of Arab Engineers.
The announcement follows the 71st board meeting of the association in Beirut, Lebanon, said report in the Gulf Dai
CFA Society Bahrain, the association for local investment professionals of CFA Institute, has appointed Mahmoud Nawar as its new president.
The society's immediate past president Lamees Al Baharna has taken on the role of the
Fifa have confirmed that incumbent Sepp Blatter, former Portugal forward Luis Figo, Dutch FA president Michael van Praag and Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein of Jordan have bid to stand for president.
Soccer's governing body said in
Former Indian president Dr APJ Abdul Kalam will be visiting Bahrain next month.
He will address the Indian community in the kingdom during a reception organised by the Kerala Catholic Association (KCA) on February 6. It will be he
Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa conceded defeat to his opposition challenger on Friday after a presidential election, ending a decade of rule that critics say had become increasingly authoritarian and marred by nepotism and corruption.