Bahrain could play a key role in sending a space probe to Mars from the Arabian Peninsula.
The ambitious mission is being spearheaded by the UAE Space Agency, which plans to create an advanced industry combined with space science
Local fighters and army forces in Yemen have wrested two military bases from Houthi forces overnight, residents and officials said, building on a week of gains against the country's dominant faction.
The advances come a day af
Leading IT solution providers are experimenting with cloud-based computing solutions to help governments deliver smart city projects in the Arab world and across the globe, said experts ahead of an industry event in Dubai.
The Bahrain Society of Engineers in collaboration with the Arab Engineers Union will organise the 27th Arab Engineering Conference.
It will be held under the patronage of His Royal Highness Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman
Oman Arab Bank, a leading bank in the Sultanate, has selected NCR Aptra Activate software to deliver next generation omni-channel banking experience to its customers.
The software from the leader in consumer transaction technologi
Arab National Bank, Saudi Arabia's seventh-largest lender by assets, reported on Thursday a 6.4 per cent rise in second-quarter net profit, beating analysts' forecasts.
Net profit in the three months to June 30 was SR835.3
Leading telecommunications company Ooredoo has extended its support for the Arab Mobile Challenge, which has kicked off its third cycle for 2015-2016.
Originally launched in 2013 as a pilot programme covering five countries, the A
The Kuwait Projects Company (Kipco) has been recognised by Forbes Middle East as a ‘Top Arab Company’ for the second consecutive year in the diversified business category.
It was announced during the ‘Forbes Midd
Etisalat, a leading telecommunications operator in Middle East, Africa and Asia, has been recognised by Forbes Middle East as the number one telecommunication company in the Arab World.
The award was presented at the third edition
Coffee and chocolate sales have trebled in the Arab world in the past decade, with consumption having increased by 100 per cent in Saudi Arabia alone in the past three years, according to an expert.
Saudi Arabian nationals spend m