Preparation works for the construction of the main building for Bahrain's Ministry of Transport and Telecommunications (MTT) have begun.
Ministry of Works, Municipalities Affairs and Urban Planning assistant undersecretary for
Iraqi Prime Minister Haider Al-Abadi named Nizar Salem Al-Numan as a candidate for oil minister as part of a cabinet reshuffle aimed at combating corruption, state television said on Thursday citing its correspondent.
Oman’s Ministry of Tourism has announced its participation in this year’s 50th edition of ITB Berlin, a leading travel trade show, which will be held from March 9 in Germany.
The trade show will run for five days until March
The UAE Ministry of Environment and Water recently launched the annual Desert Protection Campaign which will be running from January to April.
The campaign will see the participation of environment-specialized entities, school and unive
The municipal council members in Bahrain have urged Education Ministry to take immediate action against claims of 'a rise in sodomy in government schools', said a report.
The members of the Southern Municipal Council alleg
InterContinental Hotels Group has signed a Memorandum of Cooperation (MOC) with the Ministry of Labour (MOL) and Amman Chamber of Commerce (ACC), to attract, train and employ Jordanians in the tourism sector.
The MOC was inked at
Bahrain’s Transportation and Telecommunications Minister Kamal Ahmed has stressed that the ministry is committed to improving the kingdom’s transportation and telecommunications infrastructure and overall service in order to delive
The UAE Ministry of Environment and Water has appointed Mariam Mohammed Saeed Hareb as the new assistant undersecretary at its Water Resources and Nature Conservation Affairs department.
She was previously the acting assistant und
Egypt's petroleum minister Tarek El Molla on Thursday named Mohamed Al-Masry as head of the Egyptian General Petroleum Corporation (EGPC), the petroleum ministry said in a statement.
El Molla himself held t
Iraq has told foreign companies developing the country's southern oilfields that they may need to slash development spending next year because it has less money to pay them due to a slump in crude prices.
In a letter dated Sep